Order your Roman Antoninianus for just €129 (PLUS FREE P&P)!

One of the main coins from the beginning of Rome was known as the Antoninianus, a small silver coin initially valued at two denarii. It was introduced by Caracalla in early 215 AD and was similar to the denarius except that it was slightly larger and featured the emperor wearing a radiate crown, indicating it was a double denomination. 

By the end of the third century it contained very little silver due to the anarchy that dominated the empire from AD 235 to AD 284, an era that saw no less than twenty official emperors, only one of which died of natural causes. The coin ceased to be used by the end of the third century, but you now have the opportunity to own a genuine Antoninianus for your own collection.

With just limited quantities available, be a part of this great history, by owning an original Roman Antoninianus.

Rest assured that you have no further commitments and your purchase is protected by The Dublin Mint Office 14 day “no quibble” guarantee. You have no further obligations.