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Roman Coin Ring of Emperor Trajan


Date: 116 A.D
Mint: Rome
Obverse. Inscription: IMP TRAIANO OPTIMO AVG GER DAC PM TRP
Reverse. Inscription: COS VI PP SPQR FORTRED
Grade: Very Fine
Weight: 15.50 grams - total weight includes ring and coin
Description: Obverse: Laureate head of Roman Emperor Trajan.
Reverse: Fortuna seated left holding rudder & cornucopiae

Size 11. This ring can be worn on any of the three fingers of your right hand. Please check your finger size before purchasing this ring. You may email me with any questions andrew@coinsoftime.com

This ancient Roman silver coin is set in a modern silver ring. It is a beautiful European hand crafted ring which is only available from Coins of Time. It is engraved with the Roman insignia S.P.Q.R which stood for Senatus Populusque Romanus (“The Senate and the People of Rome”). We will provide a certificate of authenicity with the coin ring outlining our guarantee and detailing the specifics of the coin

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History : Trajan was probably the greatest Emperor of Rome. He oversaw the expansion of Rome to its greatest extent and he built many renowned structures such as Trajan's column which is still visible today in all its glory.