Well done, Carausius!
Thanks for showing it!
Thank you, TheRed. I fully agree on that mint!
Yes, that was me. I lived in Annapolis for 14 years. I have had this coin since the early 1970s time frame.
Thank you very much for your assistance!
Also, I wonder why it says the anchor is “flukes up”, when that is not the case....I think?
What am I missing?
Thank you, David! Wonderful!!!
Does 10b explicitly say “Qazvin 30”?
I would appreciate some help from someone with access to the referenced book(s).
The coin below is apparently listed in SC: SC 202.10c, Ekbatana...
The horn silver deposits tell me that it is authentic.
I have a COSIII:
Vespasian. 69-79 AD. AR Denarius. (17mm; 2.93 gm;12h). Ephesos mint. Struck 71 AD. Obv: IMP CAESAR VESPAS AVG COS III...
The magistrate seems to be Maternus and possibly struck at Pautalia. That’s a guess, since the legends are so spotty.
Plugged and, on the reverse, tooled plug.
Separate names with a comma.