The legends and the designs only match Sestertii.
The hairstyle for #2 was only used by Domna. Also the "PIA" in the legend is visible. Although...
I joined the other forum and started to be active there. The only reason is that Ancient section has been severely depopulated.
I have nothing...
I provided the full attributions earlier. First is Julia Domna - sestertius RIC 585b. Fourth is Severus Alexander also sestertius RIC 592.
I sometimes buy from an auction house that makes some silly errors. They attribute coins with plenty of details ... but for some reason they are...
They are not meant to deceive anyone, as already advised.
I wouldn't buy something like this - if I want a type I can't find/afford, I will wait,...
My grandfather had 2 brothers who died in WW2, Battle of Voronezh (1942)
Here is my Trajan Decius coin.
Yes. And many examples I have seen in past auctions (including coins in excellent condition) have the eagle completely missing. Or in the better...
Here is one of my favorite designs in my collection.
Papius. L. Papius Celsus 45 BC. Rome. Denarius AR. 17 mm, 3,70 g
Obv: Head of...
Here is the Diocletian version of the coin
Diocletian AD 284-305. Ticinum
26 mm, 9,57 g
AD 300 - AD 303
IMP C DIOCLETIANVS P F...
Great coin (and coins) - I need to get a few Severan bronzes too.
Here is my only SAECVLI FELICITAS coin, a Maesa denarius
A coin I bought this month. Impulse purchase. I liked the portrait and the reverse.
(1.56g 14mm Silver) CAPPADOCIA, Caesaraea-Eusebia....
Fully agree with the attribution - the coins are not rare indeed, but the condition for both is well above average.
PISIDIA, Antiochia. Julia Domna. Augusta, AD 193-217. Æ 23mm . Draped bust right / Tyche standing left, holding rudder and cornucopia....
Anonymous 215-212 BC. Rome
29 mm, 16,32 g
Head of Mercury right, wearing winged petasus; •• (mark of value) above / Prow of...
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