According to the Roman legend, Romulus was the founder of Rome, and Remus was his twin brother. The evil deposer, king Amulius, tried to drown the infants to remove the threat of their royal birthright. The infants, however, washed up on the bank of the Tiber River and survived with the care and nursing of a kindly "She-wolf." Although this is just a legend, it still to this day serves as the founding story of Rome, the greatest and most vast empire to ever exist!
These 1,700 year old coins feature the portrait of Romulus and Remus with the "She-wolf." They are also the first Roman coin to lack the name and portrait of the emperor. These have been certified by NGC to be authentic and from AD 330-340. This is a true piece of Roman history that you can add to your collection for less than most modern day coins would run you!
- Unbelievable history
- Stunning design
- NGC certified