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Looks like an ancient Roman coin, not sure though. You can try your luck by browsing through this numismatist coin gallery. And yes, the pictures are taking l-o-n-g time to load. I’m unable to make out whether the coin is legit, however if this coin has a strong collector base like Silver Morgan Dollar , I’d suggest you get it assayed from a reputed company.

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Thank you - though the new pictures are a bit small to clearly identify it, it appears to be a "campgate" AE3 type from the early 300s (310s-320s AD), from the Constantinian dynasty.


Can't really say for sure from the pictures, but it's not a type I'd expect to encounter a fake of, though it is in what appears to be rather nice condition for the type.

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