I think there’s a distinction as one was likely involved in many transactions amongst the populous of the time and one wasn’t.
BTW I think what you said about marketing overhype also applys big time to the "Biblical Widows Mite"
If I were to buy it should I clean it and if so how should I go about it?
(Also I think that the sellers pictures may not do it's condition full...
I am considering picking up this prutah from Pontius Pilate and want to know what peoples opinions are on what I should expect to pay....
I paid 15, do you think that was more than it’s worth?
[ATTACH] [ATTACH] Picked this up today and was just wondering how much people thought it was worth. It has issues but how much does that effect...
Does anyone know what it means if my Agrippa Caligula coin is a prototype and not an imitation?
I think mine is the same as yours.
3.Roman Provincial Antoninus Pius Laodicea ad Mare, Syria
6.Struck under Caligula
7.Still having trouble but my guess is Ptolemy IX but difference...
Here’s what I’ve got, any help filling in the two holes or additional info on the others is appreciated.
1. Sicily Syracuse Agathokeles 317-289...
I figured out Claudius and I think one is Ptolometic but for the others I’m not sure we’re to start.
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[ATTACH] [ATTACH] I have 6 Greek coins and one Claudius coin here. Any...
It’s the sellers photo and I only have the one.
I am having trouble telling if this is Vespasian or Titus (although I lean towards Titus). What do you think?
Any help is much appreciated!
I’ve been looking recently for a Elizabeth I shilling. Some of the nice ones here may convince me to get one. Totally different question but we’re...
Take a look at the link to this Bohemian Groschen, I'm not sure.
The cracks on the reverse look suspicious....
Ok thanks, that clears things up. I was confused when researching exactly where it was meant for circulation.
What would be the best way to describe it then, just as Aquitaine?
Separate names with a comma.