Tacitus 275-276AD Antoninianus Coin Fine-Very Fine

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Tacitus 275-276AD Antoninianus Coin Fine-Very Fine

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  • An Ancient Roman coin, issued during the brief reign of the Emperor Tacitus.
  • A rare emperor – with Tacitus reigning for about nine months, his coinage is very scarce.
  • Guaranteed to be a genuine, original coin of the Ancient Roman Empire.
  • Offered in highly collectable Fine to Very Fine condition.
  • Just a few Emperor Tacitus coins available! Click add to cart now!

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Tacitus was declared emperor of the Roman Empire after the murder of Aurelian in 275AD, and after the brief interregnum during which Aurelian’s wife Ulpia Severina is likely to have held sole power.

Unfortunately, a relatively elderly man at the time of his elevation to the throne, he could not withstand the rigours of a military campaign against the Goths, and died after just nine months in charge.

With coins from his brief reign naturally scarce, do not miss the chance to a genuine, original Tacitus Roman bronze coin in Fine to Very Fine condition. Click add to cart now!

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Year of Issue275-276 A.D.
DenominationAntoninianus
GradeFine to Very Fine
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