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  1. Alegandron

    Alegandron "ΤΩΙ ΚΡΑΤΙΣΤΩΙ..." ΜΕΓΑΣ ΑΛΕΞΑΝΔΡΟΣ, June 323 BCE Supporter

    SELLWOOD PLATE COIN

    Thank you @Sulla80 for spotting it!
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    Sasanian Shapur I 240-272 CE AE Tetradrachm 10.78g 27mm Ctesiphon mint phase 1a mural crown korymbos - fire altar type 2 SNS IIa1-1a
     
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  3. Orfew

    Orfew Draco dormiens nunquam titillandus Supporter

    Nice one Brian!
     
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  4. Edessa

    Edessa Supporter! Supporter

    Henry II, AD 1154-1189. AR Penny (20mm, 1.44g). Cross and Crosslets (Tealby) type; Class C2. Lincoln mint, Raulf moneyer. Struck circa AD 1162-1167. Obv: Crowned facing bust, holding scepter. Rev: Cross pattée, with crosslet in angles. Ref: SCBC 1339. Mossop Plate XC, #26 (this coin). Ex Elmore Jones collection. Photo courtesy Calgary Coin Gallery.

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  5. robinjojo

    robinjojo Supporter! Supporter

    It took a little time to find a plate and a coin, but I succeeded, so here it is. Ketchup anyone?

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    What? Oh...I guess a coin that appears in a reference is more appropriate.

    Okay...

    Over the past couple of years I've purchased Celtic coinage that is listed in Lanz's reference: Kelten im Osten. Gold und Silber der Kelten in Mittel und Osteuropa. Sammlung Lanz. (München, 1997).

    Here is one of the purchases, Lanz 768:

    Celts in Eastern Europe AR Tetradrachm. Kapostal Type. Circa 2nd - 1st century BC. Celticised, laureate and bearded head of Zeus to right / Stylised rider wearing crested helmet on horseback to left; crescent before, horizontal figure-of-eight below. Kent/Mays, BMC I pl. 22, S93 (same dies); cf. Göbl, OTA pl. 39, 484/1 var.; Lanz 768 (this coin). 13.17g, 26mm, 12h.

    Very Fine. Rare.

    From the Hermann Lanz Collection; this coin published in M. Kostial, Kelten im Osten - Gold und Silber der Kelten in Mittel- und Osteuropa - Sammlung Lanz (Staatlichen Münzsammlung München, 1997).

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  6. eparch

    eparch Well-Known Member

    I agree, and have also bought a few plate coins from his site

    Constantine I A.D. 313 – 314
    AE Nummus 3.58 g. Plate coin Mint mark * PLN
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    IMP CONSTANTINVS P AVG Laureate bust right, cuirassed


    SOLI INVICTO COMITI Sol left, right hand raised, holding globe in left hand

    Licinius I A.D. 314
    AE Nummus 3.57 g. Plate coin Mint mark S F MLL


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    IMP LICINIVS P F AVG Laureate bust right, cuirassed


    GENIO POP ROM Genius standing left holding patera and cornucopia


    Constantine II as Caesar A.D. 317
    AE Nummus 3.1 g. Plate coin Mint mark S P PLN



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    FL CL CONSTANTINVS IVN N C
    SOLI INVICTO COMITI Sol left, right hand raised, holding globe in left hand
     
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  7. Orfew

    Orfew Draco dormiens nunquam titillandus Supporter

    The coin arrived today! Excellent, fast shipping from GB to Canada!

    I was floored when I actually held the coin in my hand. It is an excellent example.

    The brown patina is amazing.

    Constantine the Great
    (20.97mm 3.32g)
    312-313
    London mint PLN Mintmark
    RIC VI 283
    Purchased from Lee Toone July 30th
    Published in Cloke, H.J, & Toone, L. The London Mint of Contantius & Constantine. This coin is plate coin 8.01.009
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