UNC5. Never-Ending Cleaning Contest Entry, Never-Ending Cleaning Contest Entry, 5 or more uncleaned ancient coins selected from various lots, prizes awarded to winners, see the bottom of the page for basic instructions; $33.00 (€25.41)
10 "Serbian" Uncleaned Ancient Coins
Reported to have been found in Serbia.
UN59311. Bronze uncleaned coin lot, 10 "Serbian" uncleaned ancient coins, late Roman AE3s, AE4s, folles, antoninanii, provincial, Greek, Byzantine and perhaps other types, the coins in the photo are a random sample from the lot; 10 coins; $28.00 (€21.56)
The Handbook of Roman Imperial Coins
First published in 1991, Van Meter's Handbook of Roman Imperial Coins (HRIC) quickly became a cult classic among collectors. In 1999, used copies were trading in excess of $100 on eBay. This was no surprise, really...the book remains the most comprehensive, and yet easy-to-use one-volume reference on Roman Imperial Coins! With over 330 large-format pages, and 1000 illustrations, the HRIC provides the collector with both an expansive overview of the history of the coinage, and a particularly thorough catalogue of the coin types. Numerous charts, tables, and a lexicon make identifying, attributing and understanding your coins a pleasure. This book is quite simply the best value in reference literature on Roman Imperial coins!
Special Offer: Order The Handbook of Roman Imperial Coins and a coin at the same time - $10 will be automatically deducted from your order at checkout!
BKBHRIC. Handbook of Roman Imperial Coins by David Van Meter, $34.95 (€26.91)
Roman Base Metal Coins - A Price Guide
Roman Base Metal Coins - A Price Guide by Richard Plant
A slim 80-page paperback generously peppered with more than 640 line drawings depicting almost every Roman emperor who ever donned a purple toga.... - Current market values in Fine or Very Fine grades from 241BC - 498AD - Hundreds of accurate line drawings of most coin types - A list of 3rd - 6th Century Mint town markings - Historical notes of coinage changes and metal types - Values for common barbaric types - Information on Roman coin grading
BKBRBMC. Roman Base Metal Coins - A Price Guide by Richard Plant, new updated 4th Edition; $10.00 (€7.70)
SUGRING1. Gringott's Mix #1, 8 Oz Bag, use for long-term soaking and for bronze disease treatment - dissolve in hot de-mineralized or distilled water, for bronze disease treatment scrub and change solution every 24 hours, soak 72 hours plus; $9.95 (€7.66)
SURENW. Renaissance Wax, 1/2 oz, safe for coins, produce a barrier that excludes moisture and oxygen from the metal surface, apply a very small amount thinly over the surface, then lightly buff with a smooth lint-free cloth to give a sheen; this small container is enough for dozens of coins; $7.00 (€5.39)
Nic-A-Brush, 2 pack
SUS681. Nic-A-Brush, 2 pack, soft brass coin cleaning brushes, specifically designed for cleaning coins; $5.95 (€4.58)
Stainless Steel Dental Pick
SUS167. Stainless Steel Dental Pick, a very useful tool for removing hard encrustations, type may vary from the photo; $3.50 (€2.69)
SUPB. Stainless Steel Dental Pick and Nic-A-Brush, one of each, useful for cleaning coins, types may vary from the photo; $6.85 (€5.27)
SUGRINGC. Gringott's Conservator Mix, 8 Oz Bag, a stronger mix (but no lye) for removing hard dirt and clay - boil coins in solution for 3 minutes, soak for 12 hours and scrub; $9.95 (€7.66)
JOIN OUR NEVER-ENDING ANCIENT COIN CLEANING CONTEST A. YOU MUST BE A REGISTERED MEMBER OF FORVM'S DISCUSSION BOARD TO PLAY. B. PLACE AN ORDER FOR A CONTEST ENTRY. C. AFTER RECEIVING YOUR COINS AND BEFORE CLEANING THEM, POST A BEFORE SCAN OR PHOTO OF YOUR COINS ON FORVM'S DISCUSSION BOARD IN THE NEVER-ENDING CLEANING COMPETITION. D. AFTER CLEANING YOUR COINS, POST AN AFTER SCAN OR PHOTO OF YOUR COINS ON FORVM'S DISCUSSION BOARD IN THE NEVER-ENDING CLEANING COMPETITION.
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