I sure do remember the 'Crystal Radios'.
I used to go to the "War Surplus" shops to buy the parts (no Radio Shack in those days), and I used to build...
I remember them well. Before we had that 'phone, we had one on the wall that we used to turn the handle to call the operator.
We had a 'party line'...
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Looking for help - IF these two coins are 'cast' bronzes (note 'gate' on first coin), are they Aes Grave?
Thanks for that. I thought that it was 'struck', but I wasn't sure.
In that case I have an 'AES Rude' but no 'AES Grave'.
Does this qualify as an AES Grave?[ATTACH]
I really like Siliquae, but the budget gets in the way.
Nevertheless, I have two. One (gratefully) given to me by another member, and another, my...
These medals were presented to my (great) "Uncle Fred" for his service in 'W.W.1.', (although they could have been presented to any of the millions...
Thank you Victor. One thing less to be on the lookout for when attributing coins.
My reference for this Probus coin is RIC Vii 818.
However, I notice that the reverse legend break on the example shown on...
@Xodus - Thank-you. I will try there.
This link to "Obverse Legends" (on Roman coins) seems to work no longer.
Can anyone provide me with a...
@Roman Collector , @dougsmit , @cmezner
Thank you for the replies, and the advice. When I started my 'collection' I opted to use RIC numbers to...
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