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  1. Got a huge number of ancients to put up on my Ebay store.
  2. I picked up these two greek coins from an estate sale recently. I'm trying to identify exactly what they are. This one is a silver stater coin from Phaistos from what I have found online. Looks like it is Talos on one side and a cretan bull on the other side. It weighs 10.5 grams with the bezel. I am planning on having it tested, does anyone know what the alloy breakdown should be if it is authentic?? Any information would be amazing! Thanks!!
  3. Hi all, could I please ask for help identifying attached? I've looked everywhere on the net, but no luck. Horse/ horseman on both sides, 2.4cm diameter, 10 grams, possibly Greek or Celts or fake. Coin is upset on each side by 180 degrees- stamped upside down on one side. Thanks for any help.
  4. Hey Guys! Me and my dad don't talk much, but.......... together we've collected coins for the past 20+ years Does anyone know how I can get some of the coins valued??? I heard amazing things about this site, let me know if you can help. Peace out Jay
  5. Numismatic literature - especially auction catalogs of Ancient and Russian coins - offered at my website www.rnumis.com While I specialize in older catalogs, I do carry a wide range of dates and have a lot of additional material not listed on the website. So, if you are looking for something or would like to be added to the mailing list, please send me a pm, or contact me at info@rnumis.com Please take a look. Thank you, Steve
  6. Hi there, Back home for Christmas and I ran across my childhood Roman coin collection. I'd be really grateful for some details on these coins if you have any clues! Best 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
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