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Fake Coins and Notorious Fake Sellers / Re: Fake Etsy Sellers?
« Last post by glebe on Yesterday at 06:20:46 pm »
Poor Warren, you don’t exist anymore !
DT

I agree with Warren - Forum posts are picked up by Google.
The post titles need to be corrected, as I have done.

Ross G.
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Thanks Pete B and djmacdo, you are very kind.
Greeting
Mario
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I need help Identifying a coin; hopefully we can find the country of origin at least. I know very little about coins so it may be a fake, I'm not sure. The coin weighs ~10.5g and has dimensions of: 19mm dia. and 4mm thickness.
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Other Metal Antiquities / ID for X-shaped artifact, please
« Last post by Mayadigger on Yesterday at 03:07:12 pm »
Ave!

Copper alloy; 40mm/11.1

Looks to be Roman...but what is it?  ??? ??? ???

Thanks in advance,

Kevin
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Ancient and Medieval Finger Rings / Re: Seljuk ring?
« Last post by Mayadigger on Yesterday at 02:58:55 pm »
Ave!

Ottoman Empire, Dome-shaped, ca. early mid 16th Century
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Byzantine Coins / Byzantine trachy to ID #4
« Last post by DagonX on Yesterday at 02:42:53 pm »
Hello! :)

Please help with identyfication of this byzantine trachy.

Diameter: about 20,5-23,8 mm
Weight: 1,59 g

Thanks a lot!
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Byzantine Coins / Byzantine trachy to ID #3
« Last post by DagonX on Yesterday at 02:41:57 pm »
Hi!

I appreciate any suggestion about this byzantine trachy :)

Diameter: about 14-15,8 mm
Weight: 0,96 g

Thanks!
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Byzantine Coins / Byzantine trachy to ID #2
« Last post by DagonX on Yesterday at 02:40:37 pm »
Hi!

Any ideas about this coin?

Diameter: about 16,6-17,8 mm
Weight: 1,20 g

Thanks for help! :)
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Byzantine Coins / Byzantine trachy to ID #1
« Last post by DagonX on Yesterday at 02:39:18 pm »
Hello! :)

I hope you can help with identification of this byzantine trachy.

Diameter: about 20,2-24,4 mm
Weight: 2,42 g

Thanks for help! :)
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Roman Coins / Constantius II reduced nummus
« Last post by Flav V on Yesterday at 01:28:59 pm »
Hello,

With only 1 standard this coin wolud be reduced nummus. But there is two standard and the size is 14.00 mm for 0.88 grs. The coin has imitative style but looks realy nicely made if its imitation. We can only distinguish S ant end of exergue.
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