The 2nd have more eye appeal. However, you really can find a 3rd with a better face, keeping the details and centering.
Fantastic coins, Mr. @jamesicus ! As always!
Welcome, Macrianus! Eugenius I have only none...still looking for. It's on my wish list.
BTW, congrats! Neat coin!
At least you already have a clue about the pedigree. Much worse when the only information is “from a collection of a gentleman from New York”.
Lovely coin box!
Here’s a picture of my pennies:
I also have an As, already posted here in a thread about 2 years ago, but it...
Great “great” coin, @rrdenarius!
This is an area within the Roman republican numismatics that I like to study and to collect. Unfortunately, they are...
Congratulations for all!
The medieval coins of Metz are always made with na artistic content of excellence, higher than the other coins of the same...
One only coin (even if it’s the dream coin), is not a collection. It’s only a coin.
Apa kabar, @zumbly!
I love all. But if I had to choose one, I would take the 7 and then, the 5.
Wat een ontzaglijk muntjes! Ik heb allemaal nodig, Pellinore!
Here is a provincial that I really like, from Caesarea Eusebia. The portraiture here was that made me to buy it, at first glance!
Titus as Caesar:...
That overstruck is really very interesting and peculiar! I really liked! Congrats, and happy 2019, @red_spork
Hello, TIF! I was really looking forward to what you had to show us and gift us. I was practically thinking you'd given up. How could I have such...
Oh my goodness, @Alegandron!
Ten times you post these marsic denarii, ten times I must congtatulate you!
That’s true! But they probably had no idea of the metal's toxicity. It is enough to remember that until the end of century XIX - beginning of...
Excellent coins, Justin! To me, Tacitus rules! Happy 2019!
Oh, wow! I’m impressive with this denarii parade!
My two denarii posted on this wonderful thread are not my beautiful or favorite, but both are my...
Definitively, an excellent portrait!
I really love these uglies. My radiate of the day:
Tetricus I - Bronze barbarous radiate 2.08g, 17mm, unofficial mint, c. 271 - 284 A.D.;...
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