MA-Shops: Romae Aeternae Numismatics
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Founded in 2008, Romae Aeternae Numismatics has served tens of thousands of customers across the globe with the wonderful numismatics of the ancient world.
At Romae Aeternae Numismatics we believe that ancient coin collecting is not only an entertaining hobby and a good investment, but also a way to preserve the history and memory of the civilizations that minted them.
We’ve made it our mission to offer coins that you, the collectors and history buffs will want to own, enjoy and preserve for generations to come. To this end, we offer both entry level and high-end coins that are fit to start, build or complete a collection. With an eclectic variety of Roman Imperial, Roman Republic & Imperatorial, Roman Provincial, Greek, Judean, and Byzantine coins there is surely something to pique your interest.
Founded in 2008, we’ve served tens of thousands of customers across the globe with coins of the ancient world. As our specialty, we have an affinity for offering an extensive selection of interesting, unusual, and beautiful Roman Imperial and Republic coins.
Check this nice Greek coin
Tetradrachm Greek Attica, Athens
Weight: 16.90 g – Diameter: 24.00 mm
Obverse: Helmeted head of Athena right, slight smile.
Reverse: AOE, owl standing right with large rounded body, head facing but tilted downward slightly; olive branch and crescent behind.
Extensive selection of Greek and Provincial coins
We also offer an extensive selection of Greek and Provincial coins as well. A diverse cross-section of virtually the entire Greek world can be found in our store. While we do offer a variety of typical types, our inventory contains some extremely rare and highly desirable specimens.
It is an incredible honor to hold a genuine piece of history in your hands. As a tangible link to the ancient past it is assuring to know that that the coin you are holding has been examined by a professional in the field, which is what you get with each and every coin that we sell.
Along with a Lifetime Guarantee of Authenticity that comes with all coins, we also send a Certificate of Authenticity with a color image of the coin that you’ve purchased, printed on archival safe acid-free paper.
In an effort to aid you in preserving your coins, we also send all coins in a PVC-free archival safe flip that’s suitable for long term storage.
Whether you are a first-time client with Romae Aeternae Numismatics or you’ve been with us for years, we welcome and look forward to doing business with you soon!
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Sestertius Nero “Roma Seated on Arms”
Weight: 23.31 g – Diameter: 35.00 mm
Obverse: IMP NERO CLAVDIVS CAESAR AVG GER PM TR P P P Laureate head right with slight drapery on shoulder.
Reverse: Roma seated left on pile of arms, holding spear and victory: S-C to sides; ROMA in exergue. RIC: 336 corr (RIC does not note the drapery on shoulder)
Numismatic Notes: Gorgeous natural brown-green patina and a very rare variety! This issue is rare because of the obverse legends, which include the entire “CLAVDIVS” name. RIC does not list the slight drapery on the shoulder, but I believe that this was probably extant on the scant specimens that RIC observed, but was not noted.
Drachm Greek Corinthia
Weight: 2.40 g – Diameter: 16.00 mm
“Pegasus & Aphrodite, Retrograde Sigma”
Obverse: Pegasos flying left, Koppa below.
Reverse: Head of Aphrodite left, wearing sakkos, pendant earrings and necklace; Retrograde sigma behind, uncertain object in lower left field.
References: BCD Corinth -; SNG Copenhagen -; BMC
Professional Numismatic Notes: Choice EF with a beautiful old-collection tone! These controls are unpublished as far as I have seen and extremely rare! Exceptional state of preservation for these!
Weight: 28.15 g – Diameter: 33.00 mm
Obverse: IMP CAES DOMIT AVG GERM COS XV CENS PER P P Head of Domitian, laureate, right.
Reverse: S C Domitian standing left, holding thunderbolt and spear, being crowned by Victory left.
References: RIC 703.
Numismatic Notes: Awesome patina and tone! A shade lighter in tone in hand. An exceptional piece!
Domitian & Wife Domitia AE24
“Vis-a-Vis & Two Aplustres” Cilicia Aegae
Weight: 9.47 g – Diameter: 24.00 mm
Obverse: Laureate head of Domitian right vis-à-vis draped. bust of Domitia left.
Reverse: AIGEAIWN ELR HLIAODWROU & two aplustres within wreath.
References: RPC 1772, SNGFr 2322, SNGLev 1709
Numismatic Notes: Very rare with exceptional portraiture! Beautiful dark-brown patina!
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