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Ancients & Medievals
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Dark metallic

2 months ago
Post: 2835
Rome (ancient empire)
Ancient
Questions: Value? Variety?

Hi Joshua can you give me any additional info on this coin and a valuation. Thank you

 
By: Joshua
2 months ago
Post: 2836
I believe the coin depicts Pax, the personification of peace. The coin is from the Gallic Empire, ( Part of the Roman Empire based in Gaul/France )

Est value for the coin alone: $5-10

Est Value in its current state, $20-40. Slabbed coins are quite hard to given an estimate, so this is the price that I believe buyers would have in mind.




 
By: DVR
2 months ago
Post: 2837
Okay thanks Caesar Joshua
 
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2 months ago
Post: 2839

Here is another please valuation for it Joshua, thanks

 
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2 months ago
Post: 2840

Its slabbed to

 
By: Joshua
Web reference:
1. [www.ngccoin.com]
2 months ago
Post: 2841
A nice one, it is of Trajan, and as described. I checked with NGC Verify with the code shown, and it appears to be the same as registered in their database.

Est for the coin alone, $30-50.

In its slabbed condition, it should sell for an odd $150 to $300. My assumption is based upon on my first impression of the coin.
 
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2 months ago
Post: 2858

Hi Joshua can you tell me more about this Commodus coin inc valuation etc thanks in advance

 
By: Joshua
2 months ago
Post: 2865
Tricky one as most of the inscription is wiped off, but I recall it is of Annona, the personification of grain supply. Callum helped a lot as he is used to recognizing the figures on coins even if most of the inscription is gone.

The Romans personified a lot of stuff.

Est: $25-30.
 
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2 months ago
Post: 2884

any ideas on this one Joshua?

 
By: Joshua
2 months ago
Post: 2885
It is a coin from the Late Roman Empire, from the Constantinian Era. I think the portrait looks to be of Constantius II, and having a design of Two Soldiers with Standards.

One of the more, or even the most common Roman coin design to be see.

Est: $5-10.




 
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2 months ago
Post: 2906

A few more coins to look at please Joshua, will post all below thanks in advance

 
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2 months ago
Post: 2907

Thanks

 
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2 months ago
Post: 2908

Next one

 
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2 months ago
Post: 2909

as much info on all the above coins inc valuations please Joshua

 
By: Joshua
Web reference:
1. [www.ebay.co.uk]
2 months ago
Post: 2910
Link to the left shows one selling online.

It is a Byzantine coin of Justin II, of the PENTANUMMIUM denomination, and has a monogram depicted.

Est: $5-10

I don't particularly specialize in Byzantine coinage, so my estimated prices may be a little shaky.
 
By: Joshua
2 months ago
Post: 2912
The rest, accordingly to weight provided, are the descriptions below:

0.42 Grams - A Medieval silver Schilling from the city of Riga. Of Queen Christian. 1600s. Est $2-5. These ones don't sell quite well, I still have a similar bunch of them from the the 1600s.

1.5 Grams - The only info I received was that it was of Suleyman II, 1099-112H, or 1687 to 1691 AD. AE Mangir. Ottoman Empire coin. I have very little knowledge of this coin, so I had this info given to me by an associate.

4.28 Grams - No idea what it is. Possibly a Celtic coin depicting a horse. Even less proficient in these coins. They sell oddly for around $2-10, though without identification, this would be a rough price range for it.

 
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2 months ago
Post: 2936

Nice silver coin of TRAJAN 107AD Joshua what is the valuation for it please?

 
By: Joshua
2 months ago
Post: 2937
Hi,

I would put its estimated value, at least for me personally, around $35-45 USD.




 
By: DVR
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1. [www.ebay.co.uk]
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2 months ago
Post: 2964

ROMAN SILVER DENARIUS OF EMPEROR VESPASIAN

Joshua is this coin real see sellers negative feedback? If so value please?

 
By: Joshua
2 months ago
Post: 2977
Hi,

Authentica ting coins through photos isn't an easy task, plus the fact that I am not an expert in authentication.

Although, my opinion is that based on the sellers feedback, and some of the other coins he is selling, I recommend avoiding it overall. Plus, the coins that were claimed to be a fake do not have records in his feedback page for me to view, so I also have no idea of what he had sold that was claimed to be a forgery as well.

Even if the coin is real, it be roughly worth somewhere around $30 or so, and for the trouble it has, best to look into another coin instead.

 
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2 months ago
Post: 2987

How about this one Joshua, id, value other info please

 
By: Joshua
2 months ago
Post: 2991
The coin is from Severus Alexander, and depicts Mars, the Roman god of war.

Est: $30-40 when resold.
 
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2 months ago
Post: 3005

Hi Joshua please let me know all you can on this Commodus coin, thanks

 
By: Joshua
2 months ago
Post: 3017
Your coin is a silver denarius of Commodus, depicting Felicitas, the Roman divine force of good fortune. Or, in other words, a good luck charm-god.

In its current condition, I estimate it to be around $25-35.
 
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2 months ago
Post: 3023

What is the depiction and valuation for this please Joshua

 
By: DVR
2 months ago
Post: 3029
What happened to the start of this thread? It seems to have been cut off and I needed the info on the four coins in one group Joshua identified, I can't seem to go back further than posts five days ago?
 
By: Joshua
Web references:
1. [coinquest.com]
2. [coinquest.com]
3. [coinquest.com]
2 months ago
Post: 3035
Hi Duncan,

Here are your previous posts, they went into archive after inactivity for some time.
 
By: DVR
2 months ago
Post: 3036
Thanks Joshua I since found them in the archive section to
 
By: Joshua
2 months ago
Post: 3037
For your latest requested coin, it is of Commodus, and depicts Liberalitas, the Roman virtue of generosity.

Est: $15-25
 
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2 months ago
Post: 3116

Hi Joshua this one looks old any ideas?

 
By: Joshua
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1. [www.coinarchives]
2 months ago
Post: 3121
That coin is of Julius Caesar from Ancient Rome. Unfortunately, the portrait shown is of the goddess Venus, whom is methodologically claimed to be Caesar's ancestor. The design shown is of Two Captives seated.

The link to the left shows a similar one, and with full description.

For pricing, this piece is a bit more of a controversial one. The portrait of Venus is of greater quality then some usual ones seen around, but the fact that the other side of the coin is nearly gone, and that it is a fouree lowers the price. Still, as it is from a 'famous person', the price should sit somewhere around $30-70.
 
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2 months ago
Post: 3127

Two coins here please Joshua and two more to follow. All need valuation and id thanks

 
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2 months ago
Post: 3128

and here are the other two many thanks in advance

 
By: Joshua
2 months ago
Post: 3142
6.50 Grams:

Justin II
AD 565-578
OBV: DNIVSTINVSPPAV
Justin left, and Sophia enthroned. Both hold a sceptre between them & another smaller sceptre
REV: ANNO
Large M to right of ANNO, cross above, ??? below.

0.47 Grams:

George Wilhelm
AD 1625
OBV: GEORG.WILH. MAR.BR.S.R.I.EL.
Crowned Prussian eagle with 'S' on breast.
REV: SOLIDVS PRVSSIAE 1625
GW monogram within circle.
MINT: Brandenburg
 
By: Joshua
2 months ago
Post: 3143
0.42 Grams:

Christina I
AD 1632-1654
OBV: CHRISTINA D:G:R:S
Crowned C with Vasa arms within inner circle.
REV: SOLIDVS LIVONIA
Arms in cartouche within inner circle.
MINT: Riga, Livonia

0.29 Grams:

No idea, though I would agree with the expert I consulted with that it would most likely be some sort of coin from Europe during the 1200-1400s.

Also, the Byzantine coin I mentioned previous, according to the same expert as above, thinks that it may be an Ancient imitation, as the quality of it is slightly crude.

 
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2 months ago
Post: 3196

Joshua 10 coins on here to ID thanks posting others below 2 at a time, thanks as always

 
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2 months ago
Post: 3197

Next to please value all to thanks

 
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2 months ago
Post: 3198

2 more thanks

 
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2 months ago
Post: 3199

Thanks

 
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2 months ago
Post: 3200

last two in this lot thanks Joshua, id and valuations please for all

 
By: Joshua
2 months ago
Post: 3201
Hi Duncan,

I had already identified all these 10 coins previously. Would you still be able to find them? Some of the 10 coins I had just identified yesterday or the day before in this same post.




 
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Last month
Post: 3313

Couple of new ones here for you to look at Joshua, thanks

 
By: Joshua
Last month
Post: 3315
Hi Duncan,

I am undertaking a few developmental projects for my odd business at the moment, so my replies may be slightly shorter or delayed then usual, though I still have quite a lot of time to help you out.

2.0 g - 1808 1/12? Skilling Swedish coin, Gustav IV. Est, $5-10.

1.39 g - Judean Prutah of Herod Agrippa? Or one of the Judean coins from that time. Est $5-15.
 
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Last month
Post: 3347

Next to here, no hurry Joshua

 
By: Joshua
Last month
Post: 3360
0.57 g - European Medieval coin? Crest or coat of arms seen. $1-5, as it is most likely a typical one from Eastern Europe, Germany, Poland, Austria area.

10.91 g - Swedish Skilling, of Charles XIV John. Est, $5? Denomination inscription has been too damaged to see.
 
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Last month
Post: 3377

Two more here thanks Joshua

 
By: Joshua
Web reference:
1. [coinquest.com]
Last month
Post: 3398
9.20 g - Half Penny from Queen Victoria, dated 1854. Est $15-25

1.10 - Arabic silver coin. Est $7-25, presuming it is just a common one. Though it is in quite a good condition. Unfortunately, I can't read the Arabic inscriptions for you.
 
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Last month
Post: 3445

A couple more thanks Joshua

 
By: Joshua
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1. [coinquest.com]
Last month
Post: 3448
Uh, both of these coins look to be the exact same coin? Perhaps it is the literal same coin, an error?.

Anyways, both of them are a Prussian 2 Pfennig 1821. Est $5-7? The link to the left is to a page about them.
 
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Last month
Post: 3449

Sorry abt that here is a better coin to id and value thanks

 
By: Joshua
Last month
Post: 3455
That would be a silver Antoninianus of Gordian III, depicting Concordia seated left.

Est: $35-65
 
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Last month
Post: 3459

Thanks J what have I got here and what is the value? What metal is it made of?

 
By: Joshua
Last month
Post: 3464
That would be a Greek coin, most likely of Alexander III of Macedonia, or Alexander The Great.

Anyways, the design would be a club and quiver on one side, and on the other head, the head of Hercules/Alexander facing left.

Not a bad looking one in my opinion, it should sell for an odd $15-25 to a typical collector. Though copper coins of this design aren't that well preserved anyways, or at least the usual ones seen on eBay, so in light of that, it seems 'nice enough'.
 
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Last month
Post: 3491

This one must be CONSTANTINE I the GREAT Joshua can you give any further details and a valuation? Thanks in advance

 
By: Joshua
Last month
Post: 3497
It would be a coin by Constantine I, and on the other side, having a votive design. Probably at most, it would sell from $10-20. Not worth much and less collected in my opinion in contrast to designs such as the campgate one.
 
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Last month
Post: 3509

Okay thanks and what about this coin, bronze? What have I got here?

 
By: Joshua
Last month
Post: 3510
It would be a bronze coin by Augustus, from Colonia Patricia, depicting an Apex and Simpulum

Est $20-40
 
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Last month
Post: 3516

Hi Joshua is this Justin II and Sophia? What is the metal and value?

 
By: Joshua
Last month
Post: 3519
It would be a Byzantine copper or bronze coin, I don't specialize in Byzantine coins, but the description sounds correct. It would be minted in Nicomedia.

Byzantine coins are harder to price for me, but I would say it can sell from somewhere around $15-35 USD.
 
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Last month
Post: 3574

Silver coin, need id and valuation please Joshua

 
By: Joshua
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1. [www.facebook.com]
Last month
Post: 3579
Actually, that would be a silvered coin, not silver. I am told that Late Roman Coins, when they were minted contained a very light 'wash' of silver, which for the most of them that are found, have been gone.

That one seems to be quite a nice piece, I would estimate it that you could have it sold around $20-30 USD.
 
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Last month
Post: 3584

Thanks Joshua. LICINIUS I 308-324 what is the metal,info and valuation for this coin please.

 
By: Joshua
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Last month
Post: 3591
It would be of Licinus I as you pointed out, with a radiate head facing right, and on the other side, the Roman deity Jupiter.

Est $15-25
 
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Last month
Post: 3794

Hi Joshua, here is another I don't think I've posted yet, silvered coin please give remarks on the detail and valuation. Thanks in advance

 
By: Joshua
Web reference:
1. [www.vcoins.com]
Last month
Post: 3798
Hi Duncan,

It would most likely be an Antoninianus of emperor Tactius, with its description below.

IMP C M TACITVS P F AVG, radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right.
FELICITAS SAECVLI, Felicitas standing left by altar, holding patera and caduceus; C in left field; star in right field.

Your one seems to be in a condition where quite a large amount of the silver content is visable, as quite alot of them are more copper looking. I would think that you might be able to have it sold for an odd $50-100 USD.
 
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28 days ago
Post: 3874

Roman Silver Coin Denarius Unresearched. Hi Joshua can you id and give details of the coin plus valuation. Thanks

 
By: Joshua
Web reference:
1. [www.ebay.co.uk]
27 days ago
Post: 3880
Hi,

It would be a denarius from the Roman Republic, possibly the one in the link I supplied, or at least on one side, a unidentified deity facing right, and on the other side, a quadriga [chariot with 4 horses].

Est: $25-45 I would guess, as while it can be identified, it is quite worn as well.
 
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27 days ago
Post: 3888

Thanks again Joshua here is another Alexander 223AD Ancient Roman Coin. Any detail and valuation appreciated

 
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22 days ago
Post: 3958

CONSTANTINE I the GREAT 320AD Genuine Ancient Roman Coin
Hi Joshua can I get more information of the details in this coin and valuation, thanks

 
By: Joshua
Of: anciencoins.com
22 days ago
Post: 3961
This should be the description for such a coin: Est: $15 to $30

Constantine I

OBV: CONSTANTINVS MAX AVG.
Diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right.

REV: PROVIDENTIAE AVGG / ASIS (double crescent).
Campgate with two turrets; star above.

Mint: BSIS [ Siscia ]
 
By: Joshua
Of: anciencoins.com
22 days ago
Post: 3962
Duncan,

Also, please do start a new post, as this one seems to be getting quite full already.

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