|*GA* CLAUDIUS honoring his mother ANTONIA Dupondius|
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YES This is a 100% AUTHENTIC, ANCIENT COIN! *GA* CLAUDIUS honoring his mother ANTONIA Dupondius Claudius Caesar AD 41-54 AE Dupondis Honoring his mother, Antonia Obv: ANTONIA AVGVSTA ? Bareheaded bust of Antonia, draped and to right. Rev: TI CLAVDIVS CAESAR AVG PM TR P IMP S-C ? Claudius, veiled, and togate, standing left, holding simpulum. Rome mint AD 41-50 = RIC I, p. 127, 92; BMC 166, D. Sear I, p. 375, 1902 (F $200 - VF $480 ? EF $1440) , 10.71 g.
|Ancient Coin From The Roman Empire (27 B.C.To 378 A.D.)|
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One Ancient coin from the Roman Empire.The Roman Empire continued to mint coins even as its civilazition moved toward ruin ( 27 B.C. To 378 A. D. ) They made leaders of the heroes of the battlefield and heroes of their leaders by stamping their likeness on each coin. Each is authentic and hand struck: causing it to have its own unique shape.
|UNOPENED LOT 1000 UNCLEANED ANCIENT RELIC ROMAN COINS|
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Uncleaned lot of Roman coins ROUGHLY 1000 ROMAN COINS!!! WE HAVE BEEN VERY LUCKY TO FIND A EXAVATOR IN EUROPE WHO SELLS US THESE COINS DIRECT WE BUY THEM SEALED IN LOTS JUST LIKE IN PICTURE WE DONT OPEN THEM!! WE WILL SHIP THEM DIRECTLY TO YOU!!! WE ARE TOLD EACH LOT CONTAINS ROUGHLY 1000 COINS BUT SINCE WE DONT OPEN THEM WE CANT PROMISE EXACTLY 1000 MABE THERE ARE MORE THEN 1000 OR LESS? We offer you uncleaned roman coins. We buy them directly from the excavators in Europe, so there are no other dealers between. HUGE LOT OF 1000 UNCEANED ANCIENT ROMAN COINS VERY RARE TO FIND SUCH A LARGE LOT AT THIS PRICE
|*GA* Philip I Ant “PM under bust” RARE|
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YES This is a 100% AUTHENTIC, ANCIENT COIN! *GA* Philip I Ant ?PM under bust? RARE Philip I "the Arab" AD 244-249 Silver Antoninianus "(with peace being concluded with the Persians); Hope for a happier world" Obv: IMP M IVL PHILIPPVS PF AVG - exe: PM - Radiate bust right, draped and cuirassed: ?PM' under bust. Rev: SPES FELICITATIS ORBIS - Spes standing left, holding flower and raising skirt. Antioch mint: AD 244 = RIC IViii, p. 77, 73 (r) Rare; Cohen 220, 3.81 g.
|*GA* Philip I the Arab Antoninianus AEQVITAS|
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YES This is a 100% AUTHENTIC, ANCIENT COIN! *GA* Philip I the Arab Antoninianus AEQVITAS Philip I the Arab AD 244-249 Silver Antoninianus "Our emperor is a fair and just ruler." Obv: IMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVG - Radiate bust right, draped and cuirassed Rev: AEQVITAS AVGG- Equity standing left, holding cornucopia and scales. Rome mint AD 246-247 (5th & 6th Issues, 2nd Officina) = RIC IViii, p. 71, 27b; Cohen 9. , 4.73 g.
|Roman Imperial jeta 3 tetradrachm silver coins Xf FDC|
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rare authentic 100 %
|Roman Imperial 2 nice tetradrachm silver coins Xf|
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rare authentic 100 %
|Roman 12 coins FDC coins tetradrachm bronze MIXER KIng|
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Roman 12 coins FDC coins tetradrachm bronze coins Xf MIXER KINGS nice coins found in Turkey inside jar ,and they are uncleaned , myb coins silver plated ,but it show me bronze size coins is about 24 to 26 MM
|UNSEARCHED ROMAN COINS - LOT OF 50 - ANCIENT TREASURE|
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Our coins represent a mixture of ancient Roman coins from all areas and time segments of the great Roman empire, with coins originating from Central Europe, Southern Europe, and the Middle East. This will not be a lot of tiny Roman Coins, but a nice mixture of all sizes. Coin sizes range from the size of an eraser to the size of a United States Quarter. Since the coins span a time frame of hundreds of years and originate from a huge geographical area, who knows what kind of treasure you might find. These coins are unearthed in excavations by the thousands, and they are never searched. The potential exists for some of the coins to contain silver. The potential exists for gold as well, but the odds are small. All these coins are uncleaned and are up to 2,000 years old. We haven't searched through any of them. As our coin origins cover a huge geographic are, please be advised, that the potential exists for an occasional Greek, Islamic, or Roman Byzantine coin to be included in the mix.
|Ancient Coin Roman Empire Philip I, AD 244-249, Ref #63|
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Title: Philip I Period: AD 244-249 Type: Silver Antoninianus Mint: Rome Obverse: Radiate Bust To Right Around IMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVG Reverse Design: Annona Standing To Left Holding Cornears & Cornucopiae And Modius Before; Around ANNONA AVGG (S.2553, RIC 28c, RSC 25) Condition: VF (Some Original Encrustations) Diameter: Approx 24mm Mass: 4.32g