Sort of looks like some coins attributed to trebizond and has the same flan cut edges as a lot of them...
yes, book appears legit,
but I still don't see how someone who wrote a book on these would randomly sign up to a forum to claim that that the two...
Guess but it seems likely..
-expert happens to have his first post detecting OPs ultra rarity
-I would think if it was actually an expert he...
you made an account posing as an expert to post in your thread to convince people your bulgarian trachy was a super rare byzantine emperor...
nice + imo easily one of the most interesting ancient coins..
+ they used the dies so much that the obverse was eventually too worn...
So where do the coins hoards from Auctions houses come from? Do you think most are dug up and exported legally?
the buyers premium is 20% when shipping outside the EU,
It’s a 20% buyers premium not the shipping cost ( same as Most auction houses… cng etc..)
“”AH301 - 421 but when I read about the Samanid Empire it was much late””
Ah 301 =923 AD
Another coin that came in the group lot of "plated" coins that just arrived..
Maybe thrown into the group lot since it was assumed to be...
Yes, I think there was only 1 die I could find on acsearch with spes + the same obverse legend
A new Aureus which came in a group lot of "plated" coins
doesn't appear to be plated, with no core showing even with a deep scrape on...
the ebay listing wasn't selling it as genuine
"Roman 289 -245 BC Republic. Aes grave, type of, repro Janus/ Mercury head. Copying the type T&V I...
yeah, from this group lot.
I was going to try to put my top 10 up earlier, but at least there are still a few hours left in the year :angelic:
this one and the...
Arabian or some other imitation maybe?
as a seller on eBay what I have found is that basically anytime someone asks any question whatsoever before shipping, you should probably just...
It’s an overstrike, with a romanus iii overstruck on an earlier coin, but the obverse portrait didn’t get struck well..
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