Most expensive roman coin ever to come to market

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  1. gareth blackett

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  3. paddyman98

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    For members who don't want to open up the link..

  4. hotwheelsearl

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    The first paragraph has an error:

    “Over two millennia old, the token is one of three of the same design known to have been cast in gold,”

    then it corrects itself by correctly stating that it’s a minted (Struck) coin
    As far as I know the Romans never casted any gold coins, did they?
  5. AncientJoe

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    This is likely just a colloquial phrase: I doubt anyone outside of coin collectors would understand/care about the difference between striking and casting a coin.
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