New purchase and Tiberius after cleaning

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  1. galba68

    galba68 Well-Known Member

    Julia Mamaea, denarius, 3.2o gr., and Tiberius as...

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  3. Roman Collector

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    Nice additions to your collection. Tell us more about that Tiberius!

    As you know, I have developed a bit of a Julia Mamaea fetish of late. Here's my VENVS VICTRIX denarius:

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  4. Mat

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    Very nice Mamea and I like the patina on the Tiberius.
     
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  5. galba68

    galba68 Well-Known Member

    Hi RC..I found Tiberius as ten days ago..I cleaned it, but its not so good..
     
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  8. joecoincollect

    joecoincollect Well-Known Member

    how did you clean it? Hard to see it. Did you put in distilled water, then brush it? It looks ok, but I miss the green color that disappeared, but it could be worse (e.g., scratches from cleaning, potholes etc)
     
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  10. Herodotus

    Herodotus Well-Known Member

    Perhaps this might give you a tingle down your leg..
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    JULIA MAMAEA AE Sestertius. Rome Mint 222-235 AD

    O: IVLIA MAMAEA AVGVSTA, diademed bust right.
    R: VENVS VICTRIX, Venus standing left holding helmet and sceptre, with shield at her feet; S-C across fields.
     
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