Those feet and the tail make me feel grateful that the counterfeiter didn't bother to research the type.
Ten thousand?! Holy cow. :nailbiting:
The second one reminds of the 17-19th century Turkish coins.
Legionary centurions did. I imagine that the Praetorian officers made even more.
I'm afraid that's a fantasy piece made by someone who didn't really know how helmets worked :)
Thank you, @Mat !
What is the brand? I'm having trouble finding them. Thanks!
Nice! Looks like it should clean up very well.
Could you point out the tooling areas?
I'm only seeing some smoothing on the obverse.
So my 2c: it looks genuine to me.
As far as I remember, eBay doesn't let you leave negative feedback: if you try giving a seller fewer than three stars, eBay will prompt you to...
I met a guy last week who turned out to "like coins" too, and then it turned out that he was an "investor".
He started with the Morgans a couple...
I'm lucky enough to not need any portion of the stimulus, so I guess I'll spend whatever I get on a coin or two (not sure though - just watched a...
Thank you, all, the bust does look 300-450-ish.
I think I'm also seeing some letters on the reverse: IRAV or something.
Zoomed out and rotated:...
Great! Thank you, @tenbobbit and @Marsyas Mike.
I'm not familiar with the Byzantine coinage and the rest of the coins in the batch were from...
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