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 51 
 on: Today at 04:38:53 am 
Started by Rosa S - Last post by Rosa S
Many say it exactly that with modern techniques, these metals disappeared from which gold becomes pure,but when these metals remain, there is no way to obtain a high purity gold ..
Best Regards
R.S.

 52 
 on: Today at 04:28:19 am 
Started by Rosa S - Last post by Rosa S
Hello
This is very good information from purity gold...

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fineness

986 gold is 97.80 porcente but not 99...

Analyses gold roman aureus is 94-97porcente purely gold..

Best Regards

R.S.

 53 
 on: Today at 03:38:12 am 
Started by Bradley S - Last post by benito
Maximianus. Any PAS authority can give you exact details.

 54 
 on: Today at 03:33:54 am 
Started by ancientdave - Last post by FlaviusDomitianus
Nice coin, I've sold mine (as any other non Flavian coin) a while ago.

Alberto

 55 
 on: Today at 03:00:54 am 
Started by caes k - Last post by caes k
Good day, please help with coin attribution.

 56 
 on: Today at 02:24:31 am 
Started by Bradley S - Last post by Bradley S
Hello Everyone,
I am trying to identify the person on this coin and possibly date the coin as well. it is 25mm in diameter and is bronze. It was found in Northern England in the Richmond area and possibly near Hadrian's Wall. I would have guessed it to be Roman but the nose on this person does not look Roman at all.

Any insights would be much appreciated.
Brad.

 57 
 on: Today at 01:20:03 am 
Started by mlkrt - Last post by mlkrt
Thank you gallienus1 and quadrans! I like the insightful comments, Steve - you should be a coin critic!

 58 
 on: Yesterday at 11:38:17 pm 
Started by mlkrt - Last post by quadrans
I agree all of above ... Thumbs Up

Beautiful coin .... Shocked

  Thumbs Up

 Q.

 59 
 on: Yesterday at 11:35:01 pm 
Started by quadrans - Last post by quadrans
Excellent addition quadrans!  An argenteus of Galerius is a wonderful example of Roman proper gander. But beyond that, I believe Galerius is of far greater historical importance than better known emperors such as Caligula.  At a time of imperial crisis he and Diocletian defeated the Sassanid Persians, sacking their capital Ctesiphon in 299. He also stabilized the northern frontier, defeating the Carpi in 297 and 300. And although hated by Christian historians for his earlier persecutions, he issued an edict of toleration in 311 helping to set the stage for a Christian empire under Constantine. I wish I had one of his silver coins!

Best regards,
Steve

 H Steve,

 Thank you very much, your nice explanation and comment..

 Galerius one of my favourit emperor after Marcus Aurelius and Probus ...

 Regards
 Q.

 60 
 on: Yesterday at 11:31:42 pm 
Started by quadrans - Last post by quadrans
Hi Steve,

 Thank you your interest.. Smiley

 I hope you have a success..  Smiley

 Best regards
 Q.


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