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 on: Today at 01:07:40 pm 
Started by casata137ec - Last post by quadrans
Happy Birthday  wileyc  Thumbs Up

Q.

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 on: Today at 12:22:53 pm 
Started by ecoli - Last post by curtislclay
So you already have coins of both of her marriages: a denarius from her first marriage and an Alexandrian tetradrachm from her second.

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 on: Today at 12:15:02 pm 
Started by ecoli - Last post by ecoli
Thank you for the great information!  Here is my Concordia standing from AQS

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 on: Today at 11:50:00 am 
Started by ecoli - Last post by curtislclay
While inspecting your nice set, a thought crossed my mind: maybe Aquilia should be represented by two coins, one for each of her marriages to Elagabalus, first before and then after Annia Faustina?

In that case, at Alexandria, you have Year 5 for her, that's her second marriage. You could add a Year 4 for her first marriage.

At Rome, most of Aquilia's coinage is from her first marriage: her two CONCORDIA types, with either Marriage scene (rare) or Concordia standing (comparatively common). Only her very rare LAETITIA standing type is from the time of her second marriage. It would take patience and good luck to acquire that type; it's probably almost as rare as a Rome-mint denarius or sestertius of Annia Faustina!

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 on: Today at 11:37:15 am 
Started by ecoli - Last post by quadrans
Great mini collection

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Congratulation

Q.

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 on: Today at 11:33:37 am 
Started by quadrans - Last post by quadrans
Thank you Kim,   Smiley Thumbs Up

Regards

Q.

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 on: Today at 10:42:20 am 
Started by The Red Dragon - Last post by The Red Dragon
Went to look at some goats today. Cool We need help keeping the nettles and brambles at bay. Roll Eyes
With regard my first picture of the coin: the ears, neck and snout are all wrong.
And as for hippocamps, I collect Celtic coins.  Where's the funny bit on the end of the tail?
Many thanks for all your input Thumbs Up

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 on: Today at 10:32:09 am 
Started by ecoli - Last post by Jochen
Nice. Especially Annia Faustina is hard to get.

Jochen

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 on: Today at 10:12:09 am 
Started by ecoli - Last post by Kim B. N
"All the single ladies, all the single ladies! Wait what? Ah geez, lovely coins E  Smiley Thumbs Up

Cheers Kim.

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 on: Today at 10:10:02 am 
Started by Masis - Last post by Masis
Hello all,

This coin was in a lot I purchased over a year ago.
Certainly this is Kushan but other than that I have not been able to identify the king let alone find a reference for this.

Obverse: Greek legend, king seated cross legged, hands clasped (?).
Reverse: Greek legend in right field, deity standing facing left, saluting with right hand, Tamgha of Huvishka (?) in left field.
Dimensions: 20.6 x 20.1 x 2.9 mm
Weight: 7.82 g

I am grateful for any identification or reference that can be found for this coin.
Thank you,
Masis

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