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By: DVR
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Ancients & Medievals
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Metallic brown

6 days ago
Post: 4237
Rome (ancient empire)
Ancient
Questions: Identification? Value?

FAUSTA wife of Constantine I the Great 325AD usual id and valuation thanks

 
By: Joshua
Of: anciencoins.com
Web reference:
1. [www.forumancient]
6 days ago
Post: 4238
The link to the left would have more details about such a coin.

It would be a bit more rare then the usual bronze Roman coin, I would estimate it to be around $20-60 USD, the price varies due to it being not such a usual item seen on eBay.
 
By: DVR
6 days ago
Post: 4239
Fantastic nice to have a rarity
 
By: Joshua
Of: anciencoins.com
Web reference:
1. [www.ebay.com]
6 days ago
Post: 4241
Do you have the actual coin in your possession, or just one you saw online?

Not the best looking one, but seeing as I haven't seen such a design even browsing on eBay or sorting out large lots, I would say it is defiantly more rare then the usual bronze coins by Constantine and sons.

I included a link to one selling on eBay, while I doubt you could get such a price for your one due to the guy's greater experience and reputation as a dealer, and of the coin's lower quality, it should be quite a nice item to have.Even I would consider buying it, if it was cheap, and I had more funds.

 
By: DVR
6 days ago
Post: 4242
It will be in my hands maybe as soon as next week:)

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