Sabina. AD 117 to 136. Silver denarius.

Ancient Coins - Sabina.  AD 117 to 136.  Silver denarius.
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Sabina was the wife of Hadrian.  She was not given the title of Augusta until AD 128, and all of her coins were struck after that date.  She died in AD 136, two years before Hadrian.

Denomination : Silver denarius.  Mint : Rome.

Date : Issue of AD 134.

Reference : RSC-43.  S-3921.  RIC II, #395a.

Size : 17.0 x 17.6 mm.  Weight : 2.88 grams.

Grade : good Fine / Fine, with a scratch on Sabina's head and some light scrape marks on Juno's legs.

Obverse : Diademed head of Sabina right, with SABINA AVGVSTA around.

Reverse : Juno standing left, holding a sceptre and patera, with IVNONI REGINAE around.

Price SKU: vcoin5557
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Rates for: 04/20/18

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