Mine goes like this:
world coins-> world coins/bank notes-> mostly American and Australian coins-> silver US/Aus/world coins-> bullion stacking->...
Punch mark coin from the Mauryan empire, under Ashoka, 268 – 232 BCE.
next, a square shaped coin from Europe.
Elagabalus, Summus Sacerdos. Emperor sacrificing over a fire altar under a star. [ATTACH]
To me both constitutional and junk silver are the same!
I thought we are following anything that last coin has, so I took the fire altar in the Sassanian coin as the lead!
Chalukyas of Gujarat- ‘Gadhiya Paisa’, anonymous ruler. 950-1050AD.
This coin has the degenerative design inspired from the earlier Sassanian...
Domitian as Caesar under Titus,
Garlanded fire altar.
Chinese cowrie shell imitating bone 'money'.
Circa 1200-700 BC!
Next, a non base metal coin from east Asia!
I wonder if people later in the years knew that they were holding a coin made during the significant turning point of their civilization, or did...
Umayyad Caliphate, Wasit mint dirham. Dated 714 AD.[ATTACH]
Next, a coin from a Caliphate minted in Africa!
A legionary denarius I got last year, also my first Republican coin, LEG-XX. It only cost me 25 bucks, so can't complain!
Orodes I, from ‘Parthian dark age’ 80-75 BC.
Next, a coin from Persia.
Ooh a group shot pile-on!
Here’s my shot of favourite coins I post a while ago!
and the other side ;)
[ATTACH] The coins are Australian 1988 $5 commemorating the opening of our second Parliamentary house.
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