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  Amentia 22. Mar. 2019, 08:45

Becker forgery die match to Hill 34 and the weight of 16 g is much too high and so impossible !
Forgery published in :
"Becker the Counterfeiter: Sir George F. Hill"
There forgery number 34
  Amentia 22. Mar. 2019, 08:45

Becker forgery die match to Hill 34 and the weight of 16 g is much too high and so impossible !
Forgery published in :
"Becker the Counterfeiter: Sir George F. Hill"
There forgery number 34
  joha2000 18. Mar. 2019, 00:09

this coin illustrated in J.-M. Doyen, S. Genvier, "A propos d'un antoninien rare de l'empereur Victorin (269-271)" in Gazette numismatique suisse 32/1982 - cahier 126, p.38-39. Former collection of Stéphane Genvier. Illustrated in Mairat "The Coinage of the Gallic Empire", 2014 coin 663.18
  meulema 17. Mar. 2019, 19:05

and CAES instead of CAE
  meulema 17. Mar. 2019, 19:04

is RIC 355
  Solachon 11. Mar. 2019, 13:43

I have found it often difficult to decide whether a coin from an old catalogue is the same as one from a recent one or a coin in front of me; particularly so if casts were photographed. It would be interesting to find a publication on the techniques previously used for coin photography.
  joha2000 8. Mar. 2019, 22:56

coin illustrated in Alfred Prüm "die constantinische Follesprägung ohne Legende", Trierer Petermännchen Vol. 13, 1999.
  rorey36 8. Mar. 2019, 14:00

Forgery.
IBSCC ID 2220
  JanB 7. Mar. 2019, 05:22

The identification of this (magnifficant) coin as lot 2091 in the Vierordt sale is wrong. The image of lot 2091 on Plate L in the catalogue of the Vierordt sale shows a different coin, although of the same type.
  severus 4. Mar. 2019, 00:11

Most likely an early Lombard issue.
  BlakeSDavis 2. Mar. 2019, 23:27

...meaning that Plautianus was not exiled but killed right in front of Septimius right after being accused -
  BlakeSDavis 2. Mar. 2019, 23:20

Wrong Plautilla’s father, per Cassius Dio, was killed by Caracalla’s henchmen when it appeared that Caracalla’s phony scheme to accuse him of conspiracy was going to fail. According to Dio Caracalla has some of Plautisnus beard cut off and shown to Plautilla. What is written above is clearly wrong and I do not think CNG would make this mistake!
  Denia 2. Mar. 2019, 12:31

Esta moneda es falsa.
  siliquae 24. Feb. 2019, 06:10

Une imitation (poids inférieur de 30% à celui des siliques de la période). Légende du droit non pertinente et jamais utilisée pour Julien II.
  siliquae 23. Feb. 2019, 15:39

RIC 146-V (exergue AQ• in place of AQ*)...
Siliquae
  siliquae 22. Feb. 2019, 07:24

This is not a #RIC175 of mint of Treveri.
This mint mark is "R", for the mint of ROMA.
This is the #66 (Cs6 bust of Constantius, 340-350).
(see the B.M. siliqua :
http://www.britishmuseum.org/research/collection_online/search.aspx?searchText=CGR138511)

SIliquae
  siliquae 21. Feb. 2019, 08:26

RIC 1711 (chaise curule)
  siliquae 21. Feb. 2019, 08:26

RIC 1711 (chaise curule)
  siliquae 21. Feb. 2019, 08:26

RIC 1711 (chaise curule)
  siliquae 21. Feb. 2019, 08:26

RIC 1711 (chaise curule)
  cebolar 19. Feb. 2019, 13:38

übles schnitzwerk, der preis eine unverschämtheit!
  joha2000 11. Feb. 2019, 23:01

sold on ebay (132881183409) on 2018/12/10
  cippal 8. Feb. 2019, 19:54
  cippal 8. Feb. 2019, 19:53
  SleepyGiraffe 4. Feb. 2019, 18:33

Потрясающая медаль. Очень красивая.