Trajan silvered?

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  1. Thomas c

    Thomas c Veni, vidi, vici, Julius Caesar

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    KIWITI Well-Known Member

    Most likely it´s a fourree.
  4. Roerbakmix

    Roerbakmix Well-Known Member

    I agree - likely a fourree that has been heavily cleaned.
  5. Marsyas Mike

    Marsyas Mike Well-Known Member

    Trajan did have fourree's - here are 2 of mine:

    Trajan fourree 2017 (2).JPG

    Trajan Fourree denarius May 19 from lot (0).jpg
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  6. Inspector43

    Inspector43 70 Year Collector

    I think this may fall into the same category. Different ruler I guess. Acient Silver 1.jpg Ancient Silver 2.jpg Acient Silver closer.jpg
  7. gsimonel

    gsimonel Supporter! Supporter

    FYI for any newbies, a fourree is a coin with a thin layer of silver covering a copper core. They were usually made by counterfeiters who would try to pass them off as legitimate silver denarii. The assumption is that they were more or less contemporary with the coins they are imitating.
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