Fantastic presentation of one of the great wonders of the ancient world VK, and congrats for picking up such an important, historical coin. I have...
Genuinely nice indeed, and great right up, congrats your collection seems to go from strength to extra strength.
Bronze semis. Circa 90-44 BC.
Obv: Female head right; MINEIA • M • F behind.
I picked up this Athens? Obol the other day 8mm Dia and 0.8 gm, and notice the owl seems to stand a bit more upright than most I've seen, Athena's...
Great coin David, part of a remarkably interesting series.[ATTACH] [ATTACH]
Claudius Restoration issued under Domitian AE AS, Rome Mint, Ca. 81-82...
Another great pick up David, I have an oval rudder and globe.[ATTACH]
Love those castles on these tokens, visited Craigmiller castle in Scotland a few years back and intrigued to see others on tokens can't wait to...
Great start, congrats.
My Valerian bridge type had BD in the past and has left a couple of craters.[ATTACH]
CILICIA. Mopsuestia-Mopsus. Valerian I (253-260)....
Very nice indeed, one of my favorite coins.
I picked up these two recently,[ATTACH]
Lancanshire Lancaster Penny Token 1794 A Seward D&H 2 In White metal.[ATTACH]
Great token, VERY pleasing to the eye's.
That pitting, looks like the aftermath of bronze disease in the past. Besides that good detail.
Nice one Bing.[ATTACH]
GAUL, Nemausus. *Augustus, with Agrippa. ***27 BC-AD 14. Æ As (25mm, 12.2g, 10h). Struck circa 9/8-3 BC. Heads of Agrippa...
Separate names with a comma.