An ancient silver antoninianus produced c. 240 A.D. in the Roman Empire under Emperor Gordian III (r. 238-244 A.D.). The coin has light wear, a very strong strike, is well-centered and has a light grey patina. The coin measures 23mm in diameter, weighs 3.3g, and is made of silver. This listing is for the exact coin pictured.
The coin's obverse features Gordian's portrait, while the reverse features the Roman goddess Providentia holding a globe. The antoninianus was a denomination equal to two denarii.
As with all coins I sell, I guarantee this coin's authenticity for life. This listing is for the exact coin pictured. The coin will be shipped in a archival-quality Mylar flip, secured in a corrugated cardboard safety mailer. Free shipping via USPS First Class - arrives in 2-5 business days.
If you have any questions about the coin (or about coin collecting in general), please send me a message and I'll be happy to respond.