Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by monetarium, Jan 18, 2021.
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Thank you very much Roman Collector!
Thank you so much, Victor-Clark!
Careful with the term counterfeit; while some imitations were meant to defraud the general public, many of them filled the gap that the officials were unable to - in other words. many barbaric imitations served the same purpose and value as regular coinage.
Good point, hotwheelsearl. I should have used quotation marks for counterfeit... But still, those barbarians!
in Museum Notes 30, American Numismatic Society, New York, pp. 143-177 and pls. 41-44.
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