Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by furryfrog02, Mar 25, 2021.
Good thing it is over.
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My skin still hurts. And I've got a bit of vertigo but I think the worst is over.
I need to get my second Shingrix shot (Shingles) but I'll wait for the COVID shot to completely do its thing -- 2 more weeks.
I am so sorry. But glad that the worst is over. The bright side is that it shows that you had a strong immune response, following the pattern among people I know of strong reactions to the second shot for younger people, and minor reactions for those over 60.
Megan, welcome to CT! Just wanted to say I love your "avatar"!
Does that mean I can't buy a Victory Coin?
Welcome to the two shot club!
My second shot knocked me on butt the next day. 100'4 fever, chills and a sore arm, shoulder, and side of neck. Still worth it!
I went though the same. 14 years in the SEABEE's
It sure was great to be able to hug and talk face-to-face with our family members and friends after a year of house quarantine!
I wish you all good health and freedom from worry!
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My “Winged Victory (over COVID-19) coin”
Thanks, everyone, for getting vaccinated!
I'm sure I have some Victory coins, but just to be different I'll post this Roman Provincial of Geta, issued by Pautalia in Thrace, featuring the healing god Aesculapius on the reverse:
I've been a member for years. Always with a beer chaser.
Roman Imperatorial period AR denarius(4.04g, 18mm), L Hostilius Saserna, moneyer, 48 B.C., Rome mint. Female head(Pietas or Clementia?) right, with head covered by oak branches / Victory advancing right, holding winged caduceus and trophy. Crawford 448/1a; Sear HCRI 17; Sydenham 951.
Ex Dr. Lawrence D. Sporty Collection, ex CNG e-auction 259, July 6 2011, lot 287
Haha thanks its the only one i felt would be a fair warning to everyone.. And the only one the page didnt yell at me for being to large
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