Reproduction As

As
The as (plural asses) was a bronze, later copper, coin used during the Roman Republic and Roman Empire. The as was introduced in ca. 280 BC as a large cast bronze coin during the Roman Republic. Over a period of time its size and weight was reduced.
 
Following the coinage reform of Augustus in 23 BC, the as was struck in copper, instead of bronze.
 
Our reproduction and replica As coins include As of Augustus, Tiberius and Claudius.
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As of Augustus - Lugdunum Alter
Obverse: Laureate bust of Augustus right. Text to left, CAESAR, to right PONT MAX. Counter strike..
£4.50
As of Augustus and Agrippa - Crocodile Palm
Obverse: The heads of Agrippa to left and Augustus to right, back to back. Agrippa wearing combin..
£4.50
As of Augustus with Agrippa - Crocodile
Obverse: The laureate heads of Augustus right and Agrippa left, back to back. Text above IMP, tex..
£4.50
As of Tiberius - Lugdunum Alter
Obverse: Bust of young Tiberius left. Text around TI CAESAR AVGVSTI F IMPERAT V. Reverse: Fr..
£4.00
As of Claudius - Minerva
Obverse: Bare head of Claudius left. Text around TI CLAVDIVS CAESAR AVG PM TRP IMP PP. Rever..
£3.50
As of Antoninus Pius - Britannia
Obverse: Laureate head of Antoninus Pius right. Text around ANTONONVS AVG PIVSPP TRP XVIII. ..
£4.00