Gotta just love that Hogmouth! Even though I don't collect Austrian or Hungarian coins, I would like one of these just for the novelty value....
Vespasian Denarius 76 AD Rome (seller photo) Sear 2287
Cheers mate, appreciate it.
Love a good galley coin, though I don't as yet have any.
A great selection and a credit to your good taste. It is truly satisfying acquiring a coin that you have wanted for decades.
I've never heard of black raspberries being available in my neck of the woods but I do so like a good feed of boysenberries and boysenberry ice...
Now, if it was a 1935 thruppence that would be truly tragic!
Well, that recommendation is good enough for me. I've just bought the first three in the series as a bundle on Kindle.
Have to agree with you Bing. I love history but learn it most enjoyably through well researched historical fiction. It puts you there. I've just...
I love history and this hobby lets me hold history in my hand. For me it is about spending money, not making money.
When my late dad once asked...
Trajan denarius - Pax Cos II - 98-99 AD.
Thanks for the information about the retrograde inscriptions. That would have had me scratching my head otherwise. Unless there was widespread...
The OP photos are incredible.
A ton of character in these coins and if we go back far enough, in many cases, a shared history. So glad to have an early 9th century Northumbrian...
Depends on which direction you're going!
Gotta love those galleys, Bing. Still working towards getting my first. It will have to be good though because there will probably be only one.
At least you've got bigas @Cucumbor. I've just got two dudes on horses!
L. Cupennius Castor and Pollux Dioscuri 147 BC
Oops. Re-sent the message in reply to my own post! The computer is on a bit of a go slow. Deleted, you haven't missed anything.
I've been messing about a bit this weekend with the Samsung A8 cell phone. I'm pretty happy with the results I'm getting - well a huge improvement...
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