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After a cursory glance, this looks like an EXCELLENT job and a great resource. I've always been intimidated by ancient coins and this will surely prove to be helpful.



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Had a better chance to look over the site. I really like it. :ninja: The art work for the obverse and reverses are great. Very easy to navigate and ID coins. A lot of hard work went in there. Very well thought out.

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For those who understand French:


A growing database (plus forum) for later Roman coins and related barbs issued 313-476 AD.:




They are always looking for contributors and will help to identify and catalog your material.




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Tesorillo is a great site for ancient coins. There is even a good amount of information to be found to increase your skill in iodentifying fake ancient coins. There is a mechanical facility for translating from Italian into English, just click onto the British flag on the right hand side of most lead pages.

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