Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by midas1, Oct 30, 2020.
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I imagine that it will be shipped by Brink's or a similar service. The same way that a diamond of that value would be shipped.
), I go in person to have the coin delivered
Marcus Junius Brutus, two daggers and the Ides of March.
Fascinating to me.
According to the auction house, there are three examples known. In addition to the piece sold yesterday, there is one on "long-term loan" to the British Museum and one in the Deutsche Bundesbank collection.
I know nothing but the above link includes this piece:
Where do you want to go with your own collection?
I believe that private collectors should open their collections to the public and to the academic community. Otherwise, it becomes a selfish exercise.
I have two pieces on loan to the Ashmolean Museum [in Oxford] at the moment.
Obviously my intention in the long term would be to open a small museum somewhere, perhaps in London. That would be my endgame.
Whoever it is, I hope they share that philosophy.
Second, the example presently on loan to the British Museum.
Does it matter they appear to be struck using different dies.
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