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  1. Sallent replied to the thread Buying Spree~~~.

    @Bing I am going to make color coded labeled dividers for each category of coin (ie. Roman Republic, Roman Provincial, Greek, Medieval,...

    Apr 26, 2017 at 8:32 PM
  2. Sallent attached a file to the thread Buying Spree~~~.

    There are many ways to properly store a coin collection. However, I find it more economical to either store them in paper envelopes, or 2/2...

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  3. Sallent attached a file to the thread Gordianus Pius Sestertius.

    A great OP coin. One can never have too many Gordian III coins. [ATTACH]

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  4. Sallent liked Bing's post in the thread Rarities according to you.

    What I consider my rarest (and most expensive) coin in my collection: [ATTACH] CALIGULA AR Denarius OBVERSE: C CAESAR AVG GERM P M TR POT,...

    Caligula 4.jpg Apr 26, 2017 at 9:32 AM
  5. Sallent attached a file to the thread Rarities according to you.

    This Gordian III provincial of Hadrianople is a proper rarity, or at the very least a very scarce coin.. [ATTACH]

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  6. Sallent replied to the thread Longest e-auction ever!.

    A quick look at the auction and you'd know that was a typo. It closes in 9 days. While I'm glad he is getting into the auctions game, I...

    Apr 26, 2017 at 9:26 AM
  7. Sallent liked David Atherton's post in the thread A Tiny Detail On a Titus Denarius.

    I purchased my latest coin because it has a minor variant I find pretty interesting. It goes without saying this variant is mostly...

    T124.jpg Apr 25, 2017 at 7:31 PM
  8. Sallent liked Okidoki's post in the thread A Tiny Detail On a Titus Denarius.

    Salus draped standing left, feeding serpent, who is wrapped round an altar, out of patera with right hand and holding sceptre. (sometimes a...

    794Hadrian RIC138.JPG Apr 25, 2017 at 7:31 PM
  9. Sallent liked dougsmit's post in the thread A Tiny Detail On a Titus Denarius.

    I used to consider myself a fan of minutiae but now I reserve my admiration for things that I see even a slight chance were considered...

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  10. Sallent liked dougsmit's post in the thread A Tiny Detail On a Titus Denarius.

    Denarii of Julia Domna from Rome with Venus shown from the rear have three variations separated by the trailing end of drapery wrapped...

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  11. Sallent liked Okidoki's post in the thread A Tiny Detail On a Titus Denarius.

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  12. Sallent liked David Atherton's post in the thread A Tiny Detail On a Titus Denarius.

    I'm quite taken with this style of portraiture on Titus' denarii. Some of his finest dies have it. As a matter of fact, the first Titus...

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  13. Sallent attached a file to the thread A Tiny Detail On a Titus Denarius.

    As far as minor variance, this is the one coin that would qualify. Unlike a hundred other Augustus denarii of the same type, this one has a...

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  14. Sallent liked Valentinian's post in the thread Zeus Ammon.

    We normally think of Zeus Ammon as on coins of Egypt. Here is Zeus Ammon on a cute hemiobol from Caesarea in Cappadocia. It is 16-15 mm....

    TrajanHemiDrachmCaesarea.jpg Apr 25, 2017 at 7:24 PM
  15. Sallent liked ChasPay's post in the thread Show Your Rarest Roman (according to the ERIC II tabel).

    I really like your coin Sallent. I love the crispness of it. I can make out the lettering clearly. As coin collecting proves over and over...

    Apr 25, 2017 at 7:24 PM