Roman Empire Coin Series

Roman Empire Coin Series

Exclusively from 7k Metals: A 12 coin series featuring prominent historical figures from the Roman Empire.

Roman Empire Coin Series

Exclusively from 7k Metals: A 12 coin series featuring prominent historical figures from the Roman Empire. Check out the preview below.

Coin #1: Julius Caesar

The life and times of Julius Caesar are of such historical significance that you can find references to him all throughout our modern society. From "Caesarian sections" to Little Caesar's pizza; this iconic figure has been portrayed in films, plays, festivals and even video games. Now the power-hungry dictator even has his very own 7k exclusive coin--the first in our Roman Empire Series.

Year of Issue : 2021
Country of Issue : Cook Islands
Face Value : 5 Dollars
Coin Weight : 1 Troy Ounce
Metal Purity : .999
Metal Composition : Fine Silver
Mintage : 500

2021 Roman Empire Julius Caesar 1oz Silver Coin MS70
2021 Roman Empire Julius Caesar 1oz Silver Coin MS70
Who Was Julius Caesar? Hero or Villain?
Who was Julius Caesar? Hero or villain?
Learn more about Julius Caesar here

Coin #2: BRUTUS

Et tu, Brute? We don’t know if Julius Caesar really said that to his supposed ally Brutus as he was being murdered, but it makes for a pretty gruesome (and notorious) story. This coin is a replica of the famous Denarius minted in memory of Caesar’s assassination on the “Ides of March” in 44 BC. Only about 60 of the original coins still exist, but now you can own a piece of history for yourself.

Year of Issue : 2021
Country of Issue : Cook Islands
Face Value : 5 Dollars
Coin Weight : 1 Troy Ounce
Metal Purity : .999
Metal Composition : Fine Silver
Mintage : 500

2021 Roman Empire Brutus 1oz Silver Coin MS70
2021 Roman Empire Brutus 1oz Silver Coin MS70

Coin #3: TITUS

Although Titus was the Roman Emperor for only 3 years (79-81 AD), he was a renowned military commander under his Emperor father, Vespasian, for years prior. He is known for leading the campaign to defeat and capture Jerusalem, the completion of the famed Roman Colosseum, opening it with ceremonies lasting more than 100 days, and giving aid to Campania after the eruption of Vesuvius. He was called “the darling of the human race” due to his incredible good looks and likeability. He’d probably be pretty proud to be featured on this coin.

Year of Issue : 2021
Country of Issue : Cook Islands
Face Value : 5 Dollars
Coin Weight : 1 Troy Ounce
Metal Purity : .999
Metal Composition : Fine Silver
Mintage : 500

2021 Roman Empire Titus 1oz Silver Coin MS70
2021 Roman Empire Titus 1oz Silver Coin MS70
Who Was Titus?
Emperor for only 2 years, 2 months, and 20 days, Titus presents somewhat of a mystery to history. His military career hardened him like most other leaders before him, and he gained a pretty rough reputation among the Roman people before he was ever elected emperor. However, during his reign
Learn more about Titus

Coin #4: TRAJAN

Considered one of the so-called “Five Good Emperors” of ancient Rome, Trajan was known for his efforts to expand the Roman Empire to the East during his reign from 98-117 AD. A very successful soldier/emperor, Trajan also sought to improve the lives of ordinary Romans through social welfare programs. After his death Roman Senators would honor new emperors with the saying “be luckier than Augustus and better than Trajan.”

Year of Issue : 2021
Country of Issue : Cook Islands
Face Value : 5 Dollars
Coin Weight : 1 Troy Ounce
Metal Purity : .999
Metal Composition : Fine Silver
Mintage : 500

2021 Roman Empire Trajan 1oz Silver Coin MS70
2021 Roman Empire Trajan 1oz Silver Coin MS70

Coin #5: Romulus & Remus

Depicting the legend of Romulus and Remus, is our replica of the original Romano coin. In Roman mythology, they were twins born to a mortal daughter of a king and the god, Mars. Their story involves being suckled by a she-wolf, raised by a shepherd, returning to conquer their evil uncle and restore their grandfather to his throne, then eventually Romulus kills Remus and founds the great Roman civilization. Busy boys!

Year of Issue : 2021
Country of Issue : Cook Islands
Face Value : 5 Dollars
Coin Weight : 1 Troy Ounce
Metal Purity : .999
Metal Composition : Fine Silver
Mintage : 500

2021 Roman Empire Romulus & Remus 1oz Silver Coin MS70
2021 Roman Empire Romulus & Remus 1oz Silver Coin MS70

Coin #6: Marcus Aurelius

“Waste no more time arguing about what a good man should be. Be one.” Marcus Aurelius Antoninus, Roman Emperor from 161-180 AD, was the last of the so-called Five Good Emperors. He has been nicknamed “the philosopher” by contemporary biographers for his highly praised philosophical writings. During his reign he sought to improve the Roman Denarius by purifying the silver content from 77% to 80%. He’d be proud of this .999 pure silver coin bearing his image!

Year of Issue: 2021
Country of Issue: Cook Islands
Mint: Mayer Mint
Face Value: 5 Dollars
Coin Weight: 1 Troy Ounce
Metal Purity: 0.999
Metal Composition: Fine Silver
Mintage: 500
Features: Ultra High Relief

2021 Roman Empire Marcus Aurelius 1oz Silver Coin MS70
2021 Roman Empire Marcus Aurelius 1oz Silver Coin MS70

Coin #7: CONSTANTINE

Constantine the Great, who was Roman emperor from 306-337 A.D., earned this illustrious title because of the many reforms he enacted to strengthen the empire. He introduced the solidus, a gold coin that became the standard for Byzantine and European currencies for over a thousand years. And he took back territories that had been abandoned by his predecessors. He was also known as the “First Christian Emperor” after his conversion to Christianity during his reign.

Year of Issue: 2021
Country of Issue: Cook Islands
Mint: Mayer Mint
Face Value: 5 Dollars
Coin Weight: 1 Troy Ounce
Metal Purity: 0.999
Metal Composition: Fine Silver
Mintage: 500
Features: Ultra High Relief

2021 Roman Empire Constantine 1oz Silver Coin MS70
2021 Roman Empire Constantine 1oz Silver Coin MS70
Constantine The Great
So Ancient Rome...what the heck happened? From what we always heard, the Roman Empire was strong, proud, and kinda vicious...until they weren’t. While they are still known as one of history’s greatest empires, the fall of Ancient Rome shook the planet. One leader, however, gave saving
Learn more about Constantine

Coin #8: Romulus Augustulus

You thought your teen years were rough? Get this. At about 16 years old, Romulus Augustulus’ dad overthrew the emperor of Western Rome and appointed him emperor. None of the adults supported him, so they made up nicknames like “little disgrace” and “little Augustus” to mock him. Then nine months later his dad was killed and he’s forced to abdicate the throne and live the rest of his life in exile with relatives.

Year of Issue: 2021
Country Of Issue: Cook Islands
Mint: Mayer Mint
Face Value: 5 Dollars
Coin Weight: 1 Troy Ounce
Metal Purity: 0.999
Metal Composition: Fine Silver
Mintage: 500

2021 Roman Empire Romulus Augustulus 1oz Silver Coin MS70
2021 Roman Empire Romulus Augustulus 1oz Silver Coin MS70
Who Was Romulus Augustulus?
What’s more ironic than one of the world’s greatest empires having been “ruled” by its WORST emperor during its fall? Romulus Augustulus wasn’t what we would call a role model by any means. His father, Orestes, was the Commander of the Roman military for Romulus’s predecessor,
Learn more about Romulus Augustulus... poor kid

Coin #9: Valentinian III

Valentinian III may have been a momma’s boy, but that shouldn’t entirely define the last emperor of the renowned Roman Empire. From the struggle to preserve a dying dynasty’s culture, to the fight to save the financial state of his empire, Valentinian has earned a place with the other stars of the 7k Roman Empire coin series.

Year of Issue: 2021
Mint: Mayer Mint
Country Of Issue: Cook Islands
Face Value: 5 Dollars
Coin Weight: 1 Troy Ounce
Metal Purity: 0.999
Metal Composition: Fine Silver
Mintage: 500
Features: 7k Logo

2021 Roman Empire Series Valentinian III 1oz Silver Coin MS70
2021 Roman Empire Series Valentinian III 1oz Silver Coin MS70

Coin #10: Tiberius

One of Rome’s least popular, Emperor Tiberius was forced into leadership, but spent much of his time living remotely on the island of Capri. In his early years as Emperor, Tiberius’ reign ran smoothly. He avoided any major conflicts, wars and campaigns, and even maintained the city’s borders and finances well. But unfortunately, his sour demeanor, paranoid outlook and unusual behavior sullied his reputation for eternity.

Year of Issue : 2021
Country of Issue : Cook Islands
Face Value : 5 Dollars
Coin Weight : 1 Troy Ounce
Metal Purity : .999
Metal Composition : Fine Silver
Mintage : 500

2021 Roman Empire Tiberius 1oz Silver Coin MS70
2021 Roman Empire Tiberius 1oz Silver Coin MS70
Who Was Tiberius?
The story of Tiberius Julius Caesar, formerly Tiberius Claudius Nero, is a sad one at its core. Born to an exiled father and controlling mother, his home life wasn’t ideal. He was pushed upon from both sides, and the views that each of his parents held in esteem were
Learn more about Tiberius

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