Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by Clonecommanderavgvsvs, Dec 3, 2019.
pontius pilate prutah
Visigoth nummus hispalis
Roman republic Janus as
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to see if you can tell if you have a the coin from 152 BC, Cr 204/2, with L.SAVF below the crescent or the older coin from 208 BC, Cr 57/3. I think your coin looks like a Cr 204/2.
@rrdenarius on me fav...
That Hilderic Nummus is really exceptional.
Sorry, I just got confused because there's only a photo of one side - it's the second photo? The type I'm familiar with is a cross with S P... I guess I need some guidance (and the other side?) to figure out your coin.
Oh I’m sorry the other side is mostly smooth with a faint outline line of a portrait
@Clonecommanderavgvsvs . Much like most others who voted I had to go with the Janus as my favorite.
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