Roman Coin, Constantine The Great, silver metal. Roman collector coins are the most collected ancient currency. These coins are all guaranteed authentic. The silver used in Roman coins varies from 95-98% pure silver.
Roman coins begin with the first old coins when Rome was ruled by its senate from 508-27 B.C. The original coins were cast bronze coins. Before long hand struck coins of various metals including Gold, Silver, and Copper were created.
These coins included the Gold Aureus, Silver Denarius, bronze Sestertius, bronze Dupondius, and copper which normally depicted mythological figures.
Julius Caesar financed his overtaking of Rome by striking Silver Denarii. This hand struck silver coin was produced between 154-41 B.C.