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PENDANT ROMAN COIN EMPEROR AGRIPPA IN 18KT YELLOW AND WHITE GOLD

€4,200.00
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Roman Coin Set in a Frame of 18 Kt Gold, Made By Hand to Fit the Exact Size of the Coin. The Coin is a Bronze Denarius, and Belong to Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa, (born 63 bc ―died March, 12 bc, Campania [Italy]), powerful deputy of Augustus, the first Roman emperor. He was chiefly responsible for the victory over Mark Antony at the Battle of Actium in 31 bc, and during Augustus’ reign he suppressed rebellions, founded colonies, and administered various parts of the Roman Empire. Of modest birth but not a modest man, Agrippa was disliked by the Roman aristocracy. In his own interest he scrupulously maintained a subordinate role in relation to Augustus, but he felt himself inferior to no one else.

Mint: Struck at the mint of Rome Bronze Denarius Coin in 18kt Gold pendant.

Pendant Size: 3,10 cms x 3,10 cms =  1,24 inches x 1,24 inches without the link

  • Category : Coins
  • Coin Date : 45 - 12 B.C
  • Grade : Excellent
  • Material : 18kt gold
  • Made in Italy
  • Measures : 3,10 x 3,10 cms | 1,24 x 1,24 "
  • Reference: RC12
RC12

Data sheet

Category
Coins
Coin Date
45 - 12 B.C
Grade
Excellent
Material
18kt gold
Made
in Italy
Measures
3,10 x 3,10 cms | 1,24 x 1,24 "

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