4 th century ad roman bronze coins

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  1. coinman2

    coinman2 Member

    I don't know much about ancient coins I just wanted to know if there worth anything. Here are 3 of them. 15762932434245978119942820233702.jpg 15762932072452445222754532458715.jpg 15762931812442943065290030711240.jpg 15762931260472074741144363691023.jpg 15762930695453321754656075062969.jpg 15762930070471788097613635873719.jpg 15762930070471788097613635873719.jpg 15762930695453321754656075062969.jpg 15762931260472074741144363691023.jpg 15762931812442943065290030711240.jpg 15762932072452445222754532458715.jpg 15762932434245978119942820233702.jpg
     
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  3. Bing

    Bing Illegitimi non carborundum Supporter

    I would say that these are a dime a dozen, but that would be cheeky. Instead I will say they are common Late Roman Bronzes that were struck in the 10's of millions. These might get $5 each or a good cup of coffee.
     
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  5. Orange Julius

    Orange Julius Well-Known Member

    If you want to know what you’ve got... which is more interesting...

    Valentinian II
    Theodosius II I think... maybe Theo I
    Arcadius

    I can’t tell which reverses go with which coin. So that’s about it unless you want to pair up the obverses and reverses for a better ID.
     
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