Ancient SIlver coins with my v3i

M.K.D

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Here are some of my best finds of silver coins they are in excellent shape and no damage if someone have information of those can share it here
 

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traveller777

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Hello my friend. You should down load the app Coinoscope. It is a great help in identifying coins. It immediately identified the first coin on top left. Try it and see how it works for you. Simple to use.

Oh yea. Great finds!
 
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Chilli

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Here are some of my best finds of silver coins they are in excellent shape and no damage if someone have information of those can share it here
Those are some beautiful coins you have there! 👍
 

Mackaydon

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Bottom coin:.
Cornelius Sulla. c. 84-83 BC. AR Denarius. OB: Diademed head of Venus right; on right, Cupid holding palm branch; below, L SVLLA. Rev: Jug and lituus between trophies; above, IMPER, below, INTERV.
Don........
 

Mackaydon

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Adding to previous: This coin is from the first issue of Sulla, struck in his army camp while marching toward the allies of Marius in Rome. He is the first of the great imperators of Rome to issue his own personal coinage without the authority of the Senate, the majority of whose members were allied to the Republican-minded Marius.
Don......
 
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M.K.D

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Hello my friend. You should down load the app Coinoscope. It is a great help in identifying coins. It immediately identified the first coin on top left. Try it and see how it works for you. Simple to use.

Oh yea. Great finds!
tnx mate .... i will install it and check it out
 
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M.K.D

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yes they came out of the ground
 

Rothman

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Amazing coins!! How did you clean them? I've found Roman silvers that were almost identical and they came out of the ground with a very dark or even black coating. Those are in unbelievable shape!
 

traveller777

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Amazing coins!! How did you clean them? I've found Roman silvers that were almost identical and they came out of the ground with a very dark or even black coating. Those are in unbelievable shape!
He is supposed to take pictures of them being dug. All of his coins look unbelievably amazing. Must be a wonderful place to dig.
 

traveller777

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Definitely in the absolute best ground. Apparently.
Yes, and if I remember from other posts, it is coins from different eras and locations, and all come out of ground great. It must have been a huge trade center with people that were careless with their money.
 

traveller777

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Yes, and if I remember from other posts, it is coins from different eras and locations, and all come out of ground great. It must have been a huge trade center with people that were careless with their money.
I am looking forward to his next pictures showing digging coins up. That will be great.
 

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