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  1. Roman Republican Coinage, Anonymous, Sicily mint,staff,seriesDenarius, 209-08, head of Roma right wearing winged helmet, x behind, rev. Dioscuri riding right, staff and roma with linear frame below, 4.05g (Craw. 78/1; BMCRR 300ff; RSC 20bb). Next: a quadran
  2. A minty Marcus Aurelius upgrade. Marcus Aurelius, (A.D. 161-180), silver denarius, Rome Mint, issued A.D. 172-3, (3.17 g), obv. laureate head of Marcus Aurelius to right, around M ANTONINVS AVG TR P XXVII, rev. around IMP VI COS III, German captive seated right at foot of trophy, shield behind, (cf.S.4911, RIC 278, RSC 297). Nearly extremely fine - extremely fine and scarce. Ex Dr Hugh Preston Collection. Previously Harlan Berk August 1997, lot 358.
  3. If not allowed please remove this post. Have no real luck finding one for sale on auction or for a sensible price retail. 😄
  4. All are Antony legionary denarii with a denarius of Titus and a drachm of Trajan that came with it.
  5. Link: eagle Messambrian Tetradrachm
  6. Toothpick,needle and lemon juice. Thanks 😃.
  7. Bought this encrusted Gallienus ant for a cleaning project. First time I attempted to clean a coin and the result is quite good 😄.
  8. Upgraded my column 😄.
  9. Another batch of culls 😄.
  10. Cnut (1016-1035), Penny, short cross type, York, moneyer Thulnoth, diademed bust left holding sceptre, +CNVT RECX, rev. small voided cross, +DVLNOÐ ON EO:, 1.06g
  11. SERIES J 37 [c.710-60] silver sceat- secondary series obv. facing heads with cross between; rev. 4 birds clockwise. Found: Driffield, Yorkshire, 2021.
  12. Managed to win 2 migration period denarii imitations of Antoninus Pius and Marcus Aurelius. Not beautiful but quite interesting.
  13. It allegedly was found in Belgium. I'm not sure how easy it is to fake these so it might be a fake for all I know. Bought it back when I was nooby and found it nice for display but I always felt a bit uncertain over it. It can be much newer and maybe even medieval but I always found veins of the blade giving me ancient vibes but who knows 😛
  14. Very nice! It does seem to be somewhat in the same style. Is your socket the same as mine ?
  15. Auction was a bit more succesfull then I wanted :P. Nero & Drusus Caesar, died 31 and 33, respectively. Dupondius,Rome, struck under Gaius (Caligula), 37-38. NERO•ET•DRVSVS•CAESARES Nero and Drusus riding on horseback to right, their cloaks flying behind them. Rev. C•CAESAR•AVG•GERMANICVS•PON•M•TR•POT• around large S•C. Gaius (Caligula). AD 37-41. Æ As Rome mint. AD 37-38. C • CAESAR • AVG • GERMANICVS • PON • M • TR • POT, bare head left / VESTA, Vesta, veiled and draped, seated left on ornamental throne, holding patera in outstretched right hand and transverse scepter in left; S C flanking. RIC I 38; BMCRE 45-8; BN 54-71. Tiberius. AD 14-37. Æ As . Rome mint. Struck AD 21-22. Bare head left / Legend around large S • C. RIC I 44.
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