Numisnewbie Posted December 8, 2022 · Member Share Posted December 8, 2022 I hope it isn't improper to post an auction listing (if it is, feel free to remove this post), but CNG has this Vespasian Sestertius with a 15th century provenance from the d'Este collection that was started in the early 1400s. I've never seen a provenance going back that far, so it caught my eye. The listing has a long write-up about it. https://auctions.cngcoins.com/lots/view/4-85Z9YY/vespasian-ad-69-79-sestertius-33mm-2401-g-6h-rome-mint-struck-ad-77-78-host-coin-vf-inset-good-vf What is the oldest provenance in your collection, or what is the oldest provenance of an ancient coin that you know of? 8 2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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