Good price?

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  1. cplradar

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  3. cmezner

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    thanks - it doesn't help me know what makes one better than another though or gage the market. But that is a very nice and useful tool
     
  5. robinjojo

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    I not really familiar with the bronze coins of the first revolt, but to give you a relative gage in terms of grade and price, here are a couple of links that might be helpful. I have bought from this seller before and have had no issues with his service or coins (virtually all tetradrachms). I have purchased only one Judaic coin, of the Bar Kokhba revolt, from this seller.

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/265134297441?hash=item3dbb3c5161:g:tqAAAOSwPqhggmQM

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/265134298978?hash=item3dbb3c5762:g:F1oAAOSwo5tggmSM

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/265134309688?hash=item3dbb3c8138:g:IuYAAOSwupFggmct

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/265134308001?hash=item3dbb3c7aa1:g:MBMAAOSwSCFggma6

    As with any other ancient coin, the price is determined by the clarity of detail, state of preservation, centering and the presence of legend, characters and numbers. Also, a "good price", while driven by these factors, also encompasses the price you are willing to pay for a particular coin. If you are collecting one for type, I would suggest that you look for a nice coin that you will be pleased to own. Compare the coins - you must be the judge.

    Good luck!
     
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