Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by Inspector43, Jan 18, 2022.
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Thanks, that helps a bunch.
Tiberius - Rome - RIC I 83
Thanks, I appreciate this. I had no idea what the reverse should look like.
@Parthicus @Orange Julius When I have a coin attributed as best it can be I find a representative photo and description. I copy those and include them with photos of my coin. I put the coin and the descriptions in my album. This will serve to help my grandkids to understand the coin and give some sort of authenticity to it.
I have permission to use photos out of Wildwinds. I can't find a photo or description of this coin in Wildwinds, but with the help here I did find it in Sears. I don't want to copy any of that information.
So, after all that, I would like to ask if I may use the photo from Orange Julius and the description from Parthicus in my album. Attached is a sample of what I do with the information.
You can also find listing for this coin by searching acsearch, CNG or other resources.
@Inspector43 : Of course, you are welcome to use my description in cataloguing your collection, or whatever other purpose you want. Glad I could help!
Thanks, I got it.
Thanks. As usual I will post the finished page.
Divus Augustus Pater
Reference Coin Image
Ref Divus Augustus AE As, RIC 83 [tib], Cohen 249 [aug], BMC 157
Divus Augustus AE As. Struck 34-37 AD by Tiberius. DIVVS AVGVSTVS PATER, radiate head left / S-C, winged thunderbolt. RIC 83 (Tiberius); Cohen 249.
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