125 BC – M. Porcius Laeca Roman Republic Denarius

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Moneyer: M. Porcius Laeca

Babelon: Porcia 3

BMC # 1023

Sydenham 513 / Crawford 270/1

125 BC.

Obverse: Helmeted head of Roma right, X below the chin, LAECA behind.

  • The Head of Roma is the personification of the city of Rome.
  • Roma’s image symbolizes the strength, valor, and divine protection of the city of Rome. This depiction is common in Roman coinage, reflecting the pride and importance of the city to the Roman Republic.

Reverse: Libertas in quadriga right crowned by Victory, M PORC below horses, ROMA in exergue.

  • Libertas, the Roman goddess of liberty, represents the political liberties enjoyed by Roman citizens. The quadriga is a symbol of victory and triumph, often used to celebrate military successes. The depiction of Libertas on the coin could be interpreted as a celebration of the Roman Republic’s democratic values and the liberties it provided to its citizens.

Diameter: 18 mm

Silver-plated lead-free metal, hand-crafted in the USA

Packaged in a coin collecting flip with the description of the coin printed on the flip insert.


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