Id help Cartago?

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  1. paschka

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  5. paschka

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    And why did you not appreciate the mistake of coinage of this coin? There are also traces of the fact that the workpiece was apparently cast ... There are tracks from the connection with another workpiece which is also lilies in metal form ..... This is very interesting
     
  6. 7Calbrey

    7Calbrey Well-Known Member

    It looked like remains or traces of a hurricane. Sad indeed. Don't like cast..
     
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  7. paschka

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    So you think it's a fake coin?
     
  8. 7Calbrey

    7Calbrey Well-Known Member

    Carthage is a great name. You said that it's apparently so..cast. Don't know without clear, professional and beautiful pictures.
     
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  9. paschka

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    The procurement of this coin was at the beginning of casting, and then there was chasing. Or there was no coinage at all, but it was flax and this is a cast coin .... or am I mistaken?
     
  10. Pavlos

    Pavlos Well-Known Member

    Looks to me a nice authentic coin, it is casted like this, that is why there is still a remain of casting attached to the coin.

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  11. paschka

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    Thank You very matsch Pavlos
     
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