Qcumbor Posted May 24, 2022 · Supporter Share Posted May 24, 2022 Two actually, but you will have to wait for the second one Last week was the Lugdunum (Lyon) annual coinshow. For Covid reason it's not been organised in 2020 and 2021, thus it was my first coinshow in three years. What a pleasure to be able to hold coins in the flesh rather than on a screen, even though they are ridiculously small 🙂 But since I've had my two cornea transplants I can now see them just like when I was 25 yo !! Anyway, I found two coins, not the top of the pops in terms of quality, but good enough for the purpose of adding nice specimens to the RR tray C. Coelius Caldus, Denarius - Rome mint, 104 BC Helmeted head of Roma left Victory in biga going left. CALD under the biga and [control mark] at exergue 3.94 gr - 18,5 mm Ref : RCV # 196, RSC, Coelia # 1, Crawford # 318/1 Please, feel free to pile on with anything you find relevant. Comments and corrections are welcome Q 30 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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