Roman Coin Emperor Maxentius, Frame 925 silver and 18kt yellow gold

Roman Coin Emperor Maxentius, Frame 925 silver and 18kt yellow gold

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This coin pendant , bearing the image of the Emperor Maxentius , Reigned from 306-312 A.D , the coin was struck in bronze Set in a Frame of 925 Streling Silver and 18 Kt Yellow Gold . Marcus Aurelius Valerius Maxentius was born in 278, the son of Maximian and later the son-in-law of Galerius. While he was regarded as his father's crown prince during his reign as Roman emperor, Maxentius never held any military posts under either his father or Diocletian. In 306, he rebelled against the rule of emperor Galerius in Italy and took power as emperor in Rome, becoming sole emperor on Galerius' death in 311. He styled himself Princeps invictus ("Undefeated prince") . 

Mint: Struck at the mint of Rome Bronze Denarius Coin in 925 Sterling Silver and 18 kt gold Pendant

Pendant Size: 2,5 cms x 2,5 cms = 1 inches x 1 inches without the link

  • Category : Pendant
  • Coin Date : 306 - 312 A.D
  • Grade : Very good
  • Material : 18kt gold and 925 silver
  • Made in Italy
  • Measures : 2,5 x 2,5 cms | 1 x 1 "
  • Reference: RC42
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RC42

Data sheet

Category
Pendant
Coin Date
306 - 312 A.D
Grade
Very good
Material
18kt gold and 925 silver
Made
in Italy
Measures
2,5 x 2,5 cms | 1 x 1 "

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