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Taurische Chersones, Pantikapaion, Bronze um 300 v.Chr., ss+: Bronze 17 mm um 300 v.Chr. Kopf des Pan l. / Stierkopf l.… #coins #numismatics

Taurische Chersones, Pantikapaion, Bronze um 300 v., ss+: Bronze 17 mm um 300 v. Kopf des Pan l. / Stierkopf l.

Картинки по запросу Roman coins used as tokens for entrance in Roman brothels

Roman coins used as tokens for entrance in Roman brothels ile ilgili görsel sonucu

Reverse of a Celtic coin (potin), Paris region, 1 c. BC

A rather bizarre scene of a dog savaging a humanoid creature, depicted on the reverse of a Celtic coin (potin), Paris region, 1 c.

Classical Greece, Ancient Jewelry, Rare Coins, Ancient Art, Ancient History, Coin Collecting, British Museum, Ancient Greece, Silver Coins

A bronze coin struck by Aulus Hirtius in Gaul, 45 BC

A bronze coin struck by Aulus Hirtius in Gaul, 45 BC (RPC Coins at Warwick

Rare Celtic ‘Dancing Manikin’ Coin, 65 BC - 1 ADAccording to its weight, this odd little Celtic silver coin is a quinarius. After the charming depiction on the obverse, it is known as the “quinar with...

Rare Celtic ‘Dancing Manikin’ Coin, 65 BC - 1 ADAccording to its weight, this odd little Celtic silver coin is a quinarius. After the charming depiction on the obverse, it is known as the “quinar with.

Römische Kaiserzeit, Constantinus I., Follis 309-310 n.Chr., ss: Constantinus I. 307-337. AE-Follis 24 mm 309-310… #coins #numismatics

Römische Kaiserzeit, Constantinus I., Follis 309-310 n.Chr., ss: Constantinus I. 307-337. AE-Follis 24 mm 309-310… #coins #numismatics

Römische Kaiserzeit, Constantinus I., Follis 336-337, vz: Constantinus I. 307-337. AE-Follis 18 mm 336-337… #coins #numismatics

Römische Kaiserzeit, Constantinus I., Follis 336-337, vz: Constantinus I. 307-337. AE-Follis 18 mm 336-337… #coins #numismatics

Stater. Kyzikos (Turkey) Date: 410 - 330s BC 1998 - 2015 The State Hermitage Museum.

Stater, Asia Minor, City of Kizik. Date: 410 - BCE, Material: electrum (a natural alloy of gold and silver, The State Hermitage Museum.

009 MEROVINGIENS, AR denier, vers 670-750,Anglo-Saxons, Secondary Sceattas. Circa 720-740.

Coining technology – Part Middle Ages – from barbaric imitations to a penny.

Calabria, Tarentum/Taras. Gold Half Stater (4.26g) struck ca. 334-332 BC. TAPANTINΩN. Head right of Hera, wearing stephane, triple-pendant earring and beaded necklace, hair falling in waves down her neck; to left, E. Reverse: TAPAΣ. Naked Taras riding dolphin left, holding a small dolphin left on his outstretched right hand, trident in left.   Natural honey color toning. A magnificent example of the finest style. Superb Extremely Fine.  15,000 - 20,000.  "E" is probably a signed master die.

Calabria, Tarentum/Taras. Gold Half Stater (4.26g) struck ca. 334-332 BC. TAPANTINΩN. Head right of Hera, wearing stephane, triple-pendant earring and beaded necklace, hair falling in waves down her neck; to left, E. Reverse: TAPAΣ. Naked Taras riding dolphin left, holding a small dolphin left on his outstretched right hand, trident in left. Natural honey color toning. A magnificent example of the finest style. Superb Extremely Fine. 15,000 - 20,000. "E" is probably a signed master die.

GRIECHISCHE MÜNZEN   THRAKIEN   AINOS     Bronze, um 280. Kopf des Hermes mit Petasos nach rechts. Rs: A-I/N-I/O-N. Kerykeion, am Schaft rechts Beizeichen Ähre. AMNG II/1, 192 Nr. 380; SNG Cop. -. 7,99g. Selten. Vorzüglich.

GRIECHISCHE MÜNZEN THRAKIEN AINOS Bronze, um 280. Kopf des Hermes mit Petasos nach rechts. Rs: A-I/N-I/O-N. Kerykeion, am Schaft rechts Beizeichen Ähre. AMNG II/1, 192 Nr. 380; SNG Cop. -. 7,99g. Selten. Vorzüglich.

Römische Kaiserzeit, Constantinus I., Follis 323-324, ss-vz: Constantinus I. 307-337. AE-Follis 18,6 mm 323-324 Trier.… #coins #numismatics

Römische Kaiserzeit, Constantinus I., Follis 323-324, ss-vz: Constantinus I. 307-337. AE-Follis 18,6 mm 323-324 Trier.… #coins #numismatics

D'après une monnaie gauloise en or, cheval et soleils, IIe-Ie siècle avjc, Rouen, France. (Marsailly/Blogostelle.)

D'après une monnaie gauloise en or, cheval et soleils, IIe-Ie siècle avjc, Rouen, France. (Marsailly/Blogostelle.)

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