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 on: Today at 03:44:51 pm 
Started by Rafael Augusto De Mattos F - Last post by otlichnik
Yes, Julian as Caesar.  No diadem and the legend ends in NOB C.

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 on: Today at 03:15:08 pm 
Started by Rafael Augusto De Mattos F - Last post by Rafael Augusto De Mattos F
21mm diameter and 3,5grs weight.

Maybe a provincial coin with the heads of two Julio-Claudians. Weight and size would help.



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 on: Today at 03:13:50 pm 
Started by Rafael Augusto De Mattos F - Last post by Rafael Augusto De Mattos F
Thanks a lot Shanxi!

What about Claudius Gothicus, and Annona Huh

http://www.ric.mom.fr/en/coin/611

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 on: Today at 03:07:45 pm 
Started by Rafael Augusto De Mattos F - Last post by Rafael Augusto De Mattos F
Diameter 23mm, weight 4,5gr
Maybe Rhometalkes and Augustus?
... but the size and weight help ...


Q.

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 on: Today at 03:06:13 pm 
Started by Rafael Augusto De Mattos F - Last post by Rafael Augusto De Mattos F
Thanks guys!

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 on: Today at 03:03:51 pm 
Started by Rafael Augusto De Mattos F - Last post by Rafael Augusto De Mattos F
Thanks Shanxi!

City name ends on ..OΠOΛITΩN

A common possibilty would be Nicopolis, e.g. this Septimius Severus. But I'm nor sure about the emperor.

https://www.acsearch.info/search.html?id=347389



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 on: Today at 02:55:41 pm 
Started by FEDERICO D - Last post by JBF
I think you skip a few steps.  Maybe if you went back and filled in those steps, it would be more clear, if you can fill in those steps, such as those that would explain how each monogram (with loops and tails, etc) are really letters used in the Milesian system.

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 on: Today at 02:23:47 pm 
Started by archivum - Last post by archivum
Thanks for your insights and input, Klaus. Not sure how much you see as a sizeable sum of money  -- major peanuts for #1 anyway! https://cngcoins.com/Coin.aspx?CoinID=298517

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 on: Today at 12:57:17 pm 
Started by FEDERICO D - Last post by PtolemAE
If, on the other hand, we liquidate everything with a generic "we don't know", "it is not possible to know or hypothesize it" let's close these discussions on the forums, let's limit ourselves only to "what is it worth?" and we leave numismatics immobile where the Jesuit Joseph Hilarius Eckhel theorized it.


That this 'theory' is incomprehensible should not cause anyone to fear the collapse of the field of numismatics. It takes courage to admit what we don't know. It will be a pleasure to be proven wrong about either of those assertions.

PtolemAE

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 on: Today at 12:53:45 pm 
Started by archivum - Last post by dwarf
Two coins with identical dies having the same flan crack is in my opinion impossible.
I suspect coin#3 being a cast from coin#1

Coin#5 has been reworked too much for any decent statement

The reverse of coin#4 puzzles. It has the usual beaded border and a ghost rim. The obverse seems OK

Judging just from the photos the patina of all coins cast no doubts.

I cannot make up my mind - especially as we are not talking about a lot of money.
The coins were sold for "peanuts"

Regards
Klaus


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