Al Kowsky Posted February 24 · Member Share Posted February 24 (edited) One of the great joys 😀 & frustrations 😖 about ancient coins is accurately attributing them. Both coins pictured below are in my collection; the top coin I won at auction about 14 years ago & the bottom coin I won at auction about 3 years ago, & both coins have been slabbed by NGC. Cyzicus Mint, 3rd Officina, Struck AD 305-308. Billon Nummus: 9.54 gm, 27 mm, 6 h. Cyzicus Mint, 1st Officina, Struck AD 305-311, Billon Nummus: 9.07 gm, 27 mm, 6 h. So here is the puzzle, who issued these coins 🤔? Many members of this website collect Diocletian era nummi / follis, so please give me your thoughts & tomorrow I'll post the auction & slab information. Edited February 25 by Al Kowsky spelling correction 16 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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