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
✯ Celtic Coins ~ At the farmer’s field located in the Channel Island of Jersey UK, archaeologists have discovered a treasure-lovers, numbering from 30 to 50 000 Celtic coins of the total estimated 3 to 10 million pounds (4 to 15 million dollars), which may be the largest in the history of Europe. The cache turned out to be tens of thousands of gold and silver coins.✯
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Silver coin. Minted in Ephesus - Greek. | The British Museum
In Luke 20:23-25 Jesus requested a coin and then asked the crowd whose image was on it. They replied that it was “Caesar’s.” Several types of coins were in circulation at that time that showed an image of Caesar, with the one displayed here being a typical example. It contains the image of Tiberius Caesar who reigned 14-37 AD, the time of the ministry of Christ. The text on the silver platted coin is written in Latin.
Greek Coin Showing Persephone 310/307 B.C. silver tetradrachm view reverse The Art Institute of Chicago
Knife-money. How convenient, a coin that doubles as a pocket knife! Gold, bronze, China, 7, Xin dynasty, under authority of Wang Mang.
LARGE OLD SPANISH COIN 1605 PIRATE TREASURE 8 MARAVEDIS COB!
Aztec Gold Coin. We love coins at Renaissance Fine Jewelry in Vermont or at www.vermontjewel.com. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please support and be a member of the American Numismatic Association.
The picture is of a Roman Republic silver denarius. This was the dominate currency of Rome during the Republic.
COIN FROM EDWARD THE CONFESSOR'S REIGN / Edward the Confessor, son of Æthelred the Unready and Emma of Normandy, was one of the last Anglo-Saxon kings of England and is usually regarded as the last king of the House of Wessex, ruling from 1042 to 1066.
Tetradrachm. Nick with a Scepter and Pipe Standing on a Ship , 306-283s BC Ancient Greece
Ancient Silver Coin Of Emperor Nero Tetradrachm of Egypt
Antonia Minor. Silver Denarius (3.85 g), Augusta, AD 37 and 41. Rome, under Claudius, ca. AD 41-45. ANTONIA AVGVSTA, draped bust of Antonia right, hair tied in short queue at back of neck, wreathed with grain ears. Reverse : CONSTANTIAE AVGVSTI, Antonia, as Constantia, standing facing, holding long torch and cornucopiae. RIC 66; BMC 111; RSC 2. Goldberg Coins and Collectibles