Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by johnmilton, Aug 27, 2019.
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What are these "images" you speak of?
It's in the link which is to a "safe" auction site. They won't let me download the photos. I would if I could.
If you need to take a picture in the future where the website does not allow downloading, screenshots and a snipping tool are two good options.
If you use Windows, these links should help explain each process (it is a bit different for Apple)
I agree that the coin in question has an edge flaw, probably as a result of a small planchet lamination. Here is a Faustina denarius with a more dramatic example of this:
That is a good theory. The prevalence of Chinese chopmarks on Spanish silver dollars (and US Trade Dollars, etc.) would fit in with this theory - they circulated in China based solely on their weight. There was no "fiat" aspect to these coins, just their bullion value.
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