Silver Roman Coin Id

TheCaribbeanDigger

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Howdy folks. I?m about to buy this silver roman coin. The guybis selling from an estate find aparently so he doesn?t know much about it. Can somebody let me know what emperor or era this coin might be? Is there a forum for roman coins? Thanks in advance!
 

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I agree with the ID. This one even has the pellet in the exergue.

Hadrian, AR Denarius, Late 125-Early 128, Class B, Rome
HADRIANVS-AVGVSTVS
Laureate bust right, drapery on left shoulder
COS-III
Roma seated right on cuirass and shield, parazonium in left hand, vertical spear in right
Pellet in exergue
18mm x 20mm, 3.42g
RIC II, 163 (C)

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TheCaribbeanDigger

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I bought it for $41.26 including s/h and taxes. I think i had a good bargain, whatbyou guys think?
 

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