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Author Topic: PHILIP I Head to Head [Contest over, winner declared]  (Read 222 times)

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PHILIP I Head to Head [Contest over, winner declared]
« on: June 16, 2021, 05:02:43 am »
Here is the first post software update head to head and we have two Aequitas Antoninianii of Philip I in competition this time. Both of the coins have been attributed as RIC 27b.

CAST YOUR VOTE BY CLICKING ON BOTH COINS AND RATING EACH ONE

Sam:


Anonymous:


This contest ended on the 1st of July.

Please note that the names of persons who have uploaded coins to the BOT gallery but are no longer members of FORVM have now been deleted. Their coins will however remain in the gallery, and from now on any such coin which is involved in a head to head contest will simply appear here as "Anonymous". That is the case with this head to head contest.

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Re: PHILIP I Head to Head [Contest over, winner declared]
« Reply #1 on: July 02, 2021, 09:36:52 am »
This Contest is now over and Sam's coin is the winner.

Congratulations Sam, and many thanks for uploading your coin to the BOT gallery.

I have moved the other coin to the "Coins from Members' Personal Ancient Coin Galleries" gallery.

Although votes cast after the closing date are not counted as far as the head to head contests are concerned, please feel free to rate any of the coins in the "Best of Type" gallery at any time.

Thank-you to everyone who took part in this contest, your participation is much appreciated.

*Alex

 

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