Don't you think it could be a Victorinus left facing ?
Maybe it could be a Victorinus left headed ??
IMO, "in hand" could also refers to other characteristics than the visual ones; for instance the shape, the contact with the hand and the density...
They have mixed Khavad with Covid !
Thank you so much for your interest on these small guys
Surprisingly the third one on the right seems to have some silvering remains !
Actually LRB stands for Late Roman Bronze ..
Hi Folks !
Since i have not been posting for a long time, i will propose the famous couple Gordy/Tranq with in bonus an architectural depiction !...
It's always "better in hand" :D
:hail: Here are some news
The last one came out from DW and some brushing :
On the obverse, the facing head of Constans II ( maybe you...
It is an old ottoman coin ( from the Turkish empire, XVIII th or XIX th century )
I think you are right: the date should be AH 1255 so AD 1839 and the coin a 20 piastres coin from the Sultan Abdulmejid !
This is an Ottoman coin minted in Constantinople
It worths at least it's silver content. It looks like a 20 Kurush coin. It is not a token...
yeah thanks !
Nice buy with the Augustus denarius :yes:
Thanks for the report !
Good luck for this premiere !
Don't hesistate to pick up some ancients ( at least some pics :) )
I think it is from the Qing Emperor QianLong (1735 - 1796 )
[IMG] thanks Wiki
it looks genuine to me
Too bad the mint mark on the reverse is...
ca 10% of my uncleaned roman coins from the 4th century are attracted by a magnet :) ( not kidding )
I just wanted to contribute with this one before he leaves home :
Severus Alexander with Spes reverse lifting her skirt :)
I hope they don't mean " we are fake" :devil:
It is a Kushan coin
with a depiction of the king in the obverse ( Vidma Kadphises or Kanishka ) and a deity on the reverse
minted ca 150 - 250 AD
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