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That´s bulk material in average conditions. The Romans produces tons of these types and modern metal detectors lift them to the market.

 

The exact determination of each piece excludes the chance to get some rare issues.

 

Better try to get some less- or unscreened bulk material (uncleaned and undetermined).

 

 

Regards

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It's possible to ID a Roman coin that is in such miserable shape that nobody would want to collect it. The fact that only a handful of coins were shown (and that the ones shown were in average to below average condition) is concerning. I would steer clear. You can get lots of coins in that condition for less than $1 per coin, and you can get individual coins that aren't a "sight unseen" auction for about that price.

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