Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by kolyan760, May 30, 2020.
i dont need your opinion on this .. just sharing
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OBVERSE: IMP NERVA CAES AVG P M TR P COS II P P Radiate head right
REVERSE: FORTVNA AVGVST S-C, Fortuna standing left, holding rudder and cornucopia
Struck at Rome, 96AD
Too bad. How'd you end up with that?
Edge damage never really bothered me, since I don't look at the edge much. Here is a somewhat scarce Lucius Verus with a loop that I got cheap. I've since busted off the loop. Unless you're looking for it, the damage is not noticeable.
Lucius Verus Æ Dupondius
L AVREL VERVS AVG ARMENIACVS, radiate head right / TR POT V IMP II COS II S C, Mars, helmeted, nude, walking right, carrying spear and trophy.
(12.00 grams / 25 mm)
it is fake "coin" - came from australian-numismatic-company ...
i dont think single ancient coin from their inventory is genuine
it is a fake ...
fake patina and fake pitting sir
pretending ?? you make no sense sir
Maybe your specific coin was fake - everybody makes mistakes. One bad apple doesn’t make the entire company a fraud
like i said before .. check their ancient inventory and let me know what you think >>
I think the burden of proof lies on you to prove that they are actively selling fakes. I have never heard of them before, so I have no dog in this fight.
I'm just trying to get to the root of this.
1. They have a single negative feedback in the last year which is for an item non-receipt.
2. I looked at about a dozen coins and didn't see anything that screamed fake. At least one appeared to be tooled, but that's not the same as counterfeit.
3. Please post several coins you believe are fake and tell us why.
4. The ancient community will really appreciate if you can prove they are selling fakes.
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