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Home > Fake Coin Reports > Fake Roman Imperial Coins: Adoptive Emperors: Nerva - Commodus: AD 96 - 192

Last additions - Fake Roman Imperial Coins: Adoptive Emperors: Nerva - Commodus: AD 96 - 192
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Aelius Caesar, Denarius2 viewsObv:- AELIVS CAESAR, bare head right.
Rev:- TR POT COS II, Spes advancing left, holding flower in right hand and raising skirt with left hand.

Fake from modern dies. Sold as a replica
maridvnvmJul 30, 2021
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Sabina As Dupondius - cast fake14 viewsSabina As or Dupondius
CONCORDIA

Sold by auction houses:
1) InAsta (2021)
2) Bertolami (2017)
3) Roma (2020)
4) CNG (2020)
kcJun 30, 2021
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Identification help with possible fake Roman12 viewsThe coin is 32mm and 24 grams, it seems to have a pearl near the bottom of the Emperors neck and has a brassy look to it, there is no seam mark on the edge and does not look soapy. Any help appreciated.Darren L2Jun 23, 2021
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10 viewsDarren L2Jun 23, 2021
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Fake roman Coin ? Identification help11 viewsthe coin is 32mm and 24grams, seems to have a pearl on the neck of the emperor and has a brassy sheen to it. there is no seam mark on the edge and does not look soapy. any help appreciated.Darren L2Jun 23, 2021
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7 viewsDarren L2Jun 23, 2021
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7 viewsDarren L2Jun 23, 2021
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4 viewsDarren L2Jun 23, 2021
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4 viewsDarren L2Jun 23, 2021
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3 viewsDarren L2Jun 23, 2021
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4 viewsDarren L2Jun 23, 2021
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4 viewsDarren L2Jun 23, 2021
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3 viewsDarren L2Jun 23, 2021
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9 viewsDarren L2Jun 23, 2021
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Hadrian9 views
Ebay June 2021 by known fake seller io-560
okidokiJun 17, 2021
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Hadrian6 views
Ebay June 2021 by known fake seller io-560
okidokiJun 17, 2021
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Hadrian 8 views
Ebay December 2020 by known fake seller io-560
okidokiJun 17, 2021
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Hadrian7 views Fake Denarius (17mm, 3.81g, 6h).okidokiJun 15, 2021
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Commodus denarius Hercules15 viewsCommodus denarius, 191-192, RIC III 251, Av: Head of Commodus, wearing lion-skin, right; L AEL AVREL COMM AVG P FEL. Obv: Club of Hercules with legend to either side in 3 lines within wreath, HERCVL ROMAN AVGV.

Modern cast. Withdrawn from polish coin shop.
Pawel KMay 29, 2021
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Hadrian, Aureus7 views
7.2 gr

Ebay April 2021 by known fake seller marsego17
okidokiApr 21, 2021
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Marcus Aurelius / Venus36 viewsMarcus Aurelius head bare r.
AVRELIVS CAES ANTON AVG PII F

Venus standing r. holding helmet and transverse sceptre, leaning on column.
VENVS AVGVST

(Reverse of Julia Titi)

4.6 gr
Pekka KMar 23, 2021
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LUCILLA AE22 viewsOn sale as sestertius but can be and dupondius, since we dont have size and weight.VonDrobacMar 22, 2021
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Rome26 viewsTrajan AE AS RIC II 492.
AV/IMP CAES NERVAE TRAINO AVG GER DAC PM TRP COS II PP
RV/S.P.Q.R. OPTIMO PRINCIPI
9.54 gm/26mm
Very good quality copy, cast. Sold on ebay in March 2021
Julek CMar 20, 2021
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Nerva, Denarius, Denar22 viewsCast fakes, same dege cracl on obverse, centering, wear, flanshape

Nerva. AD 96-98. AR Denarius (17mm, 2.51 g, 6h). Rome mint. Struck AD 97. Laureate head right / Aequitas standing left, holding scales and cornucopia. RIC II 25; RSC 9. Lightly toned, porosity, struck on a lightweight flan
Feb 26, 2021
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