Empress Julia Domna Roman Empire silver denarius coin.
Minted at the Laodicea ad Mare mint between 196 to 202 CE during the reign of her husband Emperor Septimius Severus.
Mature portrait of the Empress.
Approx. 19mm, 3.03g, RIC 637 var.
Apparently UNPUBLISHED reverse variant were Concordia is holding a single Cornucopia, not a Double Cornucopia!
Certified by NGC to Ch VF.
Obverse: JULIA AVGVSTA, draped bust right with hair braided in waves and tucked into a large chignon.
Reverse: CONCORDIA, Concordia seated left holding patera and SINGLE cornucopia.
Concordia was the goddess of harmony and concord. She was a daughter of Ares and Aphrodite and as such presided over both marital harmony, soothing strife and discord, and harmonious action of soldiers in war.