Faustina Senior Roman Empire silver denarius coin.
3.65g (heavy flan), RIC 339A (rated as Scarce), RSC 219.
Very scarce "lifetime" issue, 138-140/1 AD, issued by her husband Emperor Antoninus Pius.
Reverse features the pulvinar of Juno (throne) & peacock with tail spread out.
Certified by NGC to XF.
Obverse: FAVSTINA AVGVSTA, draped bust right with hair waved and coiled.
Reverse: IVNONI REGINAE, Throne against which rests scepter, below, peacock with tail spread out. An appropriate type for this Empress!
Juno is known for her various roles as a goddess protecting the Roman people, and she was a part of the integral triad on Capitoline Hill along with Jupiter and Minerva, Juno is most famous for her role as the goddess of marriage and childbirth.