Pretty cool example, indeed. Nothing to be bored with IMO
Fantastic find !
Not as far back as 2000 years ago, but when the Vasa was re-discovered half a century ago in Stockholm harbor, they found with it...
Welcome to the club @Mat !
ATTICA, Athens. Circa 454-404 BC. AR Tetradrachm
Helmeted head of Athena right, with frontal eye
That's a good one !
My last attempt at crocodile hunting
Augustus & Agrippa, AE Dupondius Nemausus mint, after AD 10
IMP DIVI F...
A really nice coin I would welcome in my trays any day
My opinion too, and keep in mind the dealer you bought the Brabant coin from are usually very expensive : you might be ending up overpaying two coins...
Nice OP tet (those are lovely big chuncks) and others
Elagabalus, Tetradrachm Antioch mint
AUT K M A ANTWNEINOC CEB, laureate bust right,...
Sweet OP tetradrachm from Alexandria @Mat
I've nothing similar to show, but a couple of Volusians
Volusian, Antoninianus Rome mint AD 252...
Yes, well done @Sallent !
Vitellius, Denarius Rome mint, July - December 20, AD69
A VITELLIVS GERMAN IMP TR P, Laureate head of Vitellius...
Very good reverse, indeed
Macrinus, Bronze struck in Nicopolis
AVT KM .... H MAKRINOC, Laureate and cuirassed bust of Macrinus right
What a gorgeous portrait !
Sadly, the only sestertii of the period I could show are for Sev. Alexander and Julia Mamaea....:(
Nice pics of beautiful coins.
I've just bought a new camera myself (still waiting for it to arrive in the mail) and am looking forward to seeing how...
Coin A any day even though the king is just "one eyed"
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