Macedon Roman Coin Monogram Bust Of Artemis Daughter Of Zeus
Coin of Philip II of Macedon, Greek, minted in Madedonia, 359-336 B.C.E.
Japanese old coin
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Gold seal , the pointed oval mount set with a red jasper intaglio of two hands clasped in friendship, surrounded by a Latin inscription in Lombardic script: + SUM SINGUM AMORIS, translating I am the sign of love. At the back of the mount, behind the cross marking the beginning of the inscription there is a suspension loop. Mount and gem 13th century.
The coin of Alexander the Great. Made in 325-323 B.C., the coin is said to display the face of Hercules on the front and his father Zues on the back. According to coinsoftime.com, the word ALEXANDROU is inscribed on the back of many coins that were found in the mainlands of Greece, some coins have been found with the inscription ALEXANDROU BASILEWS, or Alexander the King, however you would not find these in mainland Greece because the people did not want to be controlled by a king.
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*Late 1930's - German, Austrian and Czechoslovakian children of Jewish descent were permitted to leave their countries and families on the Kindertransport; a train bound for Britain. These children ranged in age from infant to 17 and were placed with families in Britain. Many never saw their parents again.
Coin issued under Claudius celebrating young Nero as the future emperor, c. 50.