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Identification Help / identify coin
« Last post by Stephen H3 on Today at 02:04:48 pm »
coin is 12mm diameter.  apears to be bronze.  perhaps egyptian?
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Identification Help / Re: Unknown ?
« Last post by shanxi on Today at 01:56:07 pm »
There is a quadrans with such a reverse, but without a size or a obverse, it is only a guess:

https://www.acsearch.info/search.html?id=3223049
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Identification Help / Unknown ?
« Last post by Jon J on Today at 01:48:24 pm »
Greeting,

If it is possible, please help with the identification of this coin. I don't have the dimensions or the other side of the coin.  I put it under Roman coins, although I doubt that it is Roman. Maybe Greece? Any guidance is appreciated : )

Thank you
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Roman Provincial Coins / Re: antoninus Pius
« Last post by AlfaOmega on Today at 01:39:33 pm »
Thank you,
 
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Roman Provincial Coins / Re: antoninus Pius
« Last post by Pekka K on Today at 01:29:16 pm »

Please submit your coin to RPC, as there is no picture if this type.

Pekka K
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Roman Provincial Coins / Re: antoninus Pius
« Last post by Vladimir P on Today at 01:03:58 pm »
Hi,
Please check for Cerasus.. maybe https://rpc.ashmus.ox.ac.uk/coins/4/5334
but I'm not sure

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Thank you so much Pekka!
 
I have also reached this below. Might be helpful for someone in the future.

Arcadius AE2- 22 mm, 5.8 grams, Constantinople.

Obverse: DN ARCADIUS PF AVGVSTVS, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right.
Reverse: VIRTVS EXERCITI, Arcadius standing right, left foot on
captive, holding labarum and globe.
Cross in left field.
Mintmark CONS Gamma in Exergue
RIC IX Constantinople 83c
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Ancient Coin Forum / Re: Yehud coins rarity
« Last post by Jay GT4 on Today at 11:32:06 am »
You did good buying the 5th edition instead of the 6th.  Cheaper.  They're probably 95% the same except of course the reference numbers are all different now.  I got him to sign mine ;D
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Identification Help / Diocletian/Maximian antoninuanus?
« Last post by Daniel V on Today at 11:31:23 am »
This is not only my first post but also my first time in collecting and cleaning coins. So I got four small bronze coins in total, but this one gives me some trouble for identification. I think it's the type "concordia militum" but I am not sure. Also the emperor depicted, I think it might be Diocletian or Maximian, but again, the coin is in very poor condition even after cleaning, but I am not entirely sure who can this emperor be.
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