Anonymous 280-10BC Silver Quadrigatus Very Fine
- Among the first minted coins of Rome!
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A major development in the history of Roman currency, the Republic began minting silver coins in the 3rd century BC – including the quadrigatus.
Issued in large quantities from 235BC to around 210BC, this scarce Roman type features what is either a young Janiform bust or the Dioscuri on the obverse, with Victory and a quadriga on the reverse.