Definitely an awesome find but also definitely not revalued. Here is an Ostrogoth example I was able to pick up on the cheap, the seller thought...
I think he is mistakenly referring to the hair showing beneath the hemet.
Here is my favorite group 1, plain throne type. In hand the obverse corrosion is hardly noticeable.
Excellent pick up David, always a desirable type! This is definitely one of my favorite sestertii.
I have too many of these, this one is my favorite.
That's a fantastic coin! Vespasian's dynastic types are definitely favorites of mine.
You don’t need to supply proof, simply request a return through EBay, the reason is that the item is a fake and that should be that.
Fantastic didrachm David! Here's my favorite Mt. Argaeus.
Silver drachm, Caesarea mint
Obverse TIBERIOS KAISAR SEBASTOS,...
I would greatly appreciate having @Barry Murphy alert me that there is a fake in my collection! :)...
Awesome coin with beautiful patina!
My favorite Salus is easy.
AR Denarius, Rome mint, 73 AD
O:Head of Titus right, laureate, bearded;...
Some beautiful coins in this thread. I recently upgraded the Pupienus denarius in my Crisis and Decline set.
Great coin David. Here's one of my favorites from the mystery mint.
Titus Æ Sestertius. Uncertain Eastern Mint (Thrace?) AD 80-81.
Nice catch David, beautiful patina on that one as well. Here's the sister type.
TITUS, as Caesar. 79-81 AD. Æ As 28mm 8.6 gm. Struck 74...
Awesome example! Again, the countermark is in exactly the same spot!
David, your coin has one of the clearest imp ves countermarks I’ve seen, an awesome example!
I have wanted a Vespasian denarius with a Vespasian countermark for quite a while.
It's an interesting error when a coin of Vespasian is...
It’s blurry but it’s a 100% match to a common fake.
This one is from Forum fake reports.
One of the most faked coins you can find.
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