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Denarius Silver Coin Rare Relic Ancient Roman Genuine
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One original ancient Greek autonomous issue, late 3rd century BC. Greek city of Pergamon, Mysia. SNG Cop 392 (these monograms) Original brown patina. Bronze. Rare and interesting coin. Authenticity guaranteed. Certificate of Authenticity included!
Obverse: ead of Athena right wearing Corinthian helmet decorated with star.
Reverse: H AΘHNAΣ NIKHΦOΡOY, above and beneath owl standing facing on palm branch, wings spread. TK monogram in left field, ΠΛ monogram in right field.
Size: 0,7 inch (16-17 mm). Weight: 0,08 oz (2.11 g).
Pergamon was a city of uncertain origin and of no great importance before the time of Alexander the Great. In the 3rd century B.C. it became the center of the independent kingdom ruled by the Attalid dynasty founded by Philetairos. The city was extended and beautified as the prosperity of the kingdom increased, and by the late Hellenistic times Pergamon ranked as one of the great cultural centers of the Greek world. After the end of the kingdom, 133 B.C., Pergamon became capital of the Roman province of Asia.
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Denarius Silver Coin Rare Relic Ancient Roman Genuine

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0487: Denarius Silver Coin Rare Relic Ancient Roman Genuine
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Est. $1,960 - $2,450Starting Price $490
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One original ancient Greek autonomous issue, late 3rd century BC. Greek city of Pergamon, Mysia. SNG Cop 392 (these monograms) Original brown patina. Bronze. Rare and interesting coin. Authenticity guaranteed. Certificate of Authenticity included!
Obverse: ead of Athena right wearing Corinthian helmet decorated with star.
Reverse: H AΘHNAΣ NIKHΦOΡOY, above and beneath owl standing facing on palm branch, wings spread. TK monogram in left field, ΠΛ monogram in right field.
Size: 0,7 inch (16-17 mm). Weight: 0,08 oz (2.11 g).
Pergamon was a city of uncertain origin and of no great importance before the time of Alexander the Great. In the 3rd century B.C. it became the center of the independent kingdom ruled by the Attalid dynasty founded by Philetairos. The city was extended and beautified as the prosperity of the kingdom increased, and by the late Hellenistic times Pergamon ranked as one of the great cultural centers of the Greek world. After the end of the kingdom, 133 B.C., Pergamon became capital of the Roman province of Asia.
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