Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by Kentucky, Jun 21, 2021.
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It means "unidentifiable 4th century AE4."
...Well, wait; reminds me of the ads for phoney medieval, etc. coins at the back of comic books in the late '60's and '70's. The last two words were always, "Genuine replica." (Nope, knew what that meant.)
[Edit:] And we wonder why so many people think all ancients are fakes.
The "widow's mite sized" AE4's are deceptive, but I especially get a chuckle when I see a cull broken Gallienus in a slab marked Constantine the Great era
So what's not to understand?...........it took a long time for the old woman to find them..........sheesh.
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