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    Help with identification

    I think the coin bilon silver, weighing 41.1 g. 23mm./4-5mm size.
    The coins were found along the river, metal detector Caesar at depth 40cm.
    I'm interested in the age and value of these coins.
    Thank you.
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    Sorry an error coin weighing 14.1 g.

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    While I could in no way identify the coins, there are others here on TNnet that more than likely can pinpoint the years they were produced, origin and subjects. However, they would need a little information on where the were found (i.e. Country, Region, etc.). You don't have to give an exact location which would give away your' find site. Corrected: I believe that they may be Celtic in origin and believe that CRUSADER as some others can identify them!


    Frank
    Last edited by huntsman53; Apr 17, 2014 at 10:01 AM.

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    It is the Eastern Serbia, I think the coins were of Celtic origin, there were close to several pieces were damaged, but the fire-damage. Beside them was found a little more cases but it will in another post.

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    An unidentified coin is a piece of metal. An identified coin is a piece of history.

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    They appear to be similar to this one:
    acsearch.info - The ancient coin search engine
    Don.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mackaydon View Post
    They appear to be similar to this one:
    acsearch.info - The ancient coin search engine
    Don.....

    nice spot

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    They look like Tetradrachm, 2nd-1st cent. BC. Obv.: Laureate head of Zeus r. Rev.: Rider l. The weight is about right, but I don't like the colour.

    SS
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    They are drawn from such countries and only washed with water, not cleaned or polished.

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    Still in the same field
    Two spears, axes, horseshoes, serrated sickle and lead probably part of the tube.
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    The same location, a mining tool, a chisel and a bronze ring probably from the shackles of the second ring and the chain broke.Click image for larger version. 

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    Three arrows and a spur
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    Quote Originally Posted by crni1 View Post
    The same location, a mining tool, a chisel and a bronze ring probably from the shackles of the second ring and the chain broke.Click image for larger version. 

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    Three arrows and a spur
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    Great finds, the contex of these will mean that your coins are more than likely the real deal...do you need any help doing that area

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    On the same ground 50 meters away and a Turkish sword, mace with 10 pens and this third is likely to carry the flag (above Alka has a down hole as a hoist).
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    I image dart that I promised various forms.
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    is this an historical battle site?

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    Quote Originally Posted by unclemac View Post
    is this an historical battle site?
    It was not investigated, and no one knows what happened in that place.
    I think that there was a settlement in prehistoric times and that they settled there, and all the others to a new era.

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    Wow!!! These are especially amazing finds! Congrats in finding such a great site!
    Knowledge is knowing a tomato is a fruit. Wisdom is not putting it on a fruit salad.

 

 
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