Julian II----need glasses!

Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by Steven Michael Gardner, May 31, 2020.

  1. Steven Michael Gardner

    Steven Michael Gardner Active Member

    I'm sorry to have to ask so much, but I am a stickler for trying my best
    to get things properly ID'ed...
    This coin making my eyes go cross eyed trying to figure out the exergue
    so that I may find a proper ID for this coin, yes I have several guesses
    however I am hoping yours will be better than mine..??
    I was also wondering what the maker was thinking with the "M" on the
    reverse, can it be more of an N..?
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  3. Victor_Clark

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    Your mintmark looks like palm branch TESB palm branch. I also seem to be able to make out part a star in the lower part of the wreath (maybe) which would make it
    RIC VIII Thessalonica 228. I have attached an example from the first workshop.

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