@sand You are correct. I have just had it confirmed. Thank you.
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Can banknotes from the same country, with the same denomination, from the same 'series', have the same...
If the letter 'S' before a number can mean reference Sear catalogue then what does 'SB' before a number refer to, please?
Some of mine, too. (Some with countermarks)
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My most recent purchase is this Ptolemy IV.
I saw this coin for sale, by a dealer, without an attribution. Curiosity caused me to 'research' it...
The first one is (literally) MOSC-IWN
Antoninus Pius AE17 of Caesarea, Cappadocia. 139-161 AD.
Obv: ANTΩNINOC CEBACT, laureate head right
Rev: ET (and year), modius...
A more 'in focus' photograph of the obverse might assist.
165-169 A.D. Denarius AR19 mm., 2.08 gm.
OBVERSE; LVCILLA AVGVSTA - Draped bust right.
REVERSE; VENVS - Venus standing left,...
and . . .
Separate names with a comma.