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Portrait comparison may aid in identification, especially for heavily worn coinage. Ideal portraits are presented in gold, silver, and bronze (when available), ...

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Moushmov Online - extended translation of Ancient Coins of the Balkan Peninsula ... to precisely identify your Roman (and some Greek and Provincial) coins.

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How to identify roman coins. ... you the word "slice" as it is obvious, but I still talk about it because yes, you may have to talk about the slice of an ancient coin.

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... tools, and more. FORVM's Ancient Coin Discussion Board - Join in and discuss ancient coins ... Identifying Common Late Roman Bronze Coins Uncleaned ...

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Tetradrachm Identification · Harry G, 1, 58, Yesterday at 01:17:12 am by shanxi · Can anyone help me identify this small, bronze, provincial/greek coin?

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This series is designed to aid the user in the quick, accurate, and relatively painless identification of Greek coins, while providing a cross-reference for each entry ...

https://www.ancient.eu/Roman_Coinage/

Roman coins were first produced in the late 4th century BCE in Italy and continued to be minted for another eight centuries across the empire...

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VISUAL CATALOGUE: Study of the late roman bronze coins covering 247 types of reverses of the period A.D. 313 - 498 (RIC VII - X).

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How to identify the Roman coins. The coins. From Augustus to Diocletian 27 BC- 286 AD. It is very important that after you properly identify the issuer of the coin ...