How to collect the middle emperors?

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  1. ancient coin hunter

    ancient coin hunter Basileus Megalos

    Really nice coin of Phillip (either I or II)
     
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  3. octavius

    octavius Well-Known Member

    selection of some third century. If you keep an eye out, there are plenty of attractive , collectable coins...

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  4. Orange Julius

    Orange Julius Well-Known Member

    Wow, those are some amazing coins. While some like portraits, I'm drawn to those architecture reverses. I really like that last Volusian. I have a sestertius of the type but it is uuuuuugly.

    I bought the below Volusian on Jan. 3rd... it was shipped the next day from California... and it was lost, for nearly two full months. The tracking ended on Jan. 4 somewhere in California. After a few missing mail cases, it all the sudden showed up this week like nothing had happened. Anyway, glad it's here and for $32, a great buy.

    There are tons of middle empire coins available usually at good prices. Lately though... even these relatively common coins have been going for crazy prices in good condition.
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    Volusian - Rome - RIC IV 179 - PAX AVGG
     
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