wow!..never seen any of those..kool Vic...:)
Here are two of the new additions to my collection.
the first one is a VICTORIAE SARMATICAE with eagles on the turrets
You said it right. Although this guy uses all the right marketing techniques (information, guarantees, authenticity, etc.) those costs...
His appearance on Pawn Stars still cracks me up, acting like David Vagi doesn't know what he's talking about:
When a coin that sells in the $11-13 range is priced at $145 and reduced to $39.15, I probably would not be trying to buy from that...
Antoninus Pius, Æ drachm, (20.20g) Alexandria, Roman Egypt, Year 18 = 154/5 AD, Laureate head right. / Pius holding eagle-tipped scepter...
What a nice looking coin, @IMP Shogun , and with an interesting reverse type, too.
I do like an Antoninus Pius bronze!
Nice coin. @IMP Shogun .
RI Antoninus Pius 138-161 CE BI Tet Alexandria Egypt Dikaiosyne Scale
The folle you mention is from Siscia, hence a quarter-follis and the small size and weight. Nice coins @galba68 !
As, small bronze, Gallienus antoninianii, and Maximinus follis, very unusual weight, only 1.9o gr..
Well thank you, RC. That's nice of you to say.
Here's my "British Association" Faustina II RIC 1395:
Faustina II Æ As
I want to thank @Marsyas Mike for pointing out the existence of "Coins of British Association," discussed in this fascinating thread....
Some beautiful denarii on here , it’s so hard to find four of my favourites out of my collection but these are probably some that I...
Likely one of my Augustus, Tiberius or Caesar/Elephant denarii. I suppose that they're also treasured, as they're all...
Probably this one for me. Soon to have a new owner. Yeah, feelin' the blues
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