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  • Alexander the Great 336-323 BCE Silver Drachm Fine

    Alexander the Great 336-323 BCE Silver Drachm Fine

    This small silver coin was struck by hand over 2,300 years ago during the reign of Alexander the Great. A brilliant leader, Alexander established the largest empire in the ancient world, stretching from Greece all the way to India. In his short life, his...

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  • Ancient Proto-Money 5th Century B.C. Dolphins of Oblia

    Ancient Proto-Money 5th Century B.C. Dolphins of Oblia

    Instead of a pocketful of coins or a fistful of cash, the ancient Greeks of Oblia had dolphins! Located on the coast of the Black Sea, this ancient Grecian culture used proto-money, which was a precursor to coins. A venerated fish in Greek mythology, the...

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    Book of Genesis Bronze Coin

    Book of Genesis Bronze Coin

    The tale of Noah and his Ark is perhaps the best known story in the Bible. God is angered by the depravity and debauchery of humans, so to clean the slate, He sends the Great Flood, sparing only Noah, his family and animals. According to the book of...

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    Constantius II CE 348-356 Bronze Coin

    Constantius II CE 348-356 Bronze Coin

    The clash of metal can barely be heard above the roar of the bloodthirsty crowd. Two ferocious gladiators kick up sand from the floor of the Colosseum as they battle to the death. For many, the phrase Ancient Rome conjures up images of not only the...

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  • Father of Christmas Ancient Bronze Coin Image 1

    Father of Christmas Ancient Bronze Coin

    Authentic bronze coin depicting the "father of Christmas," Roman Emperor Aurelian (270-275 AD). In ancient Roman times, the winter solstice was a time of celebration. While under Emperor Aurelian's reign in 274 AD, the winter solstice fell on the...

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    Hungary 16th to 17th Century Ferdinand I/Madonna and Child Silver Dinar Extra Fine Image 1

    Hungary Madonna and Child Silver Denar Extra Fine

    These thin, petite silver coins were struck by hand during the mid-15th to early 17th centuries to display Hungary's adoption of Christianity and in defiance of the Ottoman Turks' quest to convert Central and Western Europe to Islam. Our Extra Fine...

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    Rome Constantinopolis AD 330-337 Bronze Reduced Centenionalis

    Rome Constantinopolis AD 330-337 Bronze Reduced Centenionalis

    In AD 330, Constantine the Great founded and named the city of Constantinople after himself (humble guy, eh?), thereby establishing it as the first Christian capital of the Roman Empire. Struck in celebration of the city's founding, the obverse of this...

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