Discussion in 'World Coins' started by lordmarcovan, Jul 6, 2017.
My Gothic florin is holier than thou.
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Roman Numerals Cont...
A nice 21 at the bottom of the reverse.
XII Heller from Aachen. I have a stack of these, also some IIII Heller coins.
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Roman numerals from Italy! Good theme, lets keep going with it.
US, 1988 1/2 oz:
With a Gothic green glow...
Wow. What a neat design. Wasn't on my radar at all. Is now.
Great Britain (England): silver 4 pence (groat) of James II, 1688
Continue Roman numerals, if you like, or switch to deposed monarchs.
OK - Crown of James II - he was deposed and replaced by William and Mary in 1688:
Caligula was deposed the way many subsequent Roman emperors would be - at the pointy end(s) of one or more bladed weapons.
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Maurice Tiberius was deposed and murdered by Phocas ten years after this coin was minted, in 602, while Phocas was deposed by Heraclius eight years later. This follis is from Nikomedia, and I want to tell these die engravers to “just phocas”
And I want to say that to my photo of the reverse! I guess I’ll be rephotographing that soon.
You need a camera with autoPhocas.
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