Authentic Ancient Roman coin, 18mm, Romulus and Remus, 330 AD (c121082)

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Ancient Roman Coin, Romulus and Remus

Approx size: 18 mm, 1.5 mm thick. Weight: 1.6 grams

Obs: Romulus and Remus/Urbs Roma AD 330-334 she-wolf facing left, suckling Romulus and Remus 2 stars above. Rev: VRBS ROMA, helmeted cuirassed bust of Roma (female personification of Rome) . Good condition.  I clean coins to remove the 2000 year old dirt and make them presentable for jewelry. 

To celebrate the establishment of the new capital Constantinople, Constantine the Great issued these bronze coins to honor the old capital of Rome – which by legend was founded by twin sons Romulus and Remus, who were suckled and raised by a she-wolf.

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AUTHENTICATION:This is my info on authenticating an ancient coin. If a dealer gives you a certificate on an inexpensive coinit may only be a gimmick to help sell their coin. If you have a report on the coin that states all the particulars of the coin and attests to the authenticity, shows digital  pictures of both the front and back, that report would have cost a minimum of $40, it is not easy to evaluate each and every coin. I can see the necessity if the coin is of a great value, but not inexpensive coins (coins under $200).

I got my coins in auction from respected dealers that guarantee they are authentic, they get them from licensed excavators in foreign countries. Most times I only have to remove the dirt and the coins are ready for jewelry. I then research them on the internet and in books in order to identify them. If your worried about counterfeit or copies, counterfeit coins have been identified from as far back at the time the originals were made, even for experts they would have a hard time identifying these coins as fakes, most copies are poorly made and are easy to identify and there are some Internet sites that list many coins as copies and fakes. We try and sell only authentic coins, in the unlikely event that a coin I sell is later deemed by an expert (one who has credentials) to be a fake or counterfeit, I will refund your cost of the coin, including shipping, and I will forward their info on the coin to several sites on the Internet that list and show coins that are fakes or counterfeit.