JayAg47 Posted February 11 · Member Share Posted February 11 (edited) While it's no NYINC, it's still a humble show where I could get gems like these, I was rummaging through a dealer's ancient unattributed junk lot and came across this coin, at first I thought it was one of those late Roman bronzes, but noticed some silvery deposits, so I took a chance and bought it for 20 bucks. At first I cleaned it with baking soda, and then treated with sodium thiosulfate to remove some horn silver, although I didn't clean it thoroughly as to leave a little deposits for some contrast. Before After DN CL IVLIANVS AVG VOTIS V MVLTIS X TR (Treveri), Palm branch next to mint mark, 360-363 AD, 1.70g. I'm glad all the legends are present on both sides given how these siliquae were extensively clipped! Please share your coins of the last apostate! Edited February 11 by JayAg47 16 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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