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Römische Kaiserzeit, Marcus Aurelius, Aureus 161-162, f.vz/ss+: Marcus Aurelius 161-180. Aureus 20 mm 161-162 Rom. Drapierte und… #coins

Römische Kaiserzeit, Marcus Aurelius, Aureus f.

Römische Kaiserzeit, Marcus Aurelius, Aureus 171, vz: Marcus Aurelius 161-180. Aureus 20 mm 171 Rom. Drapierte und gepanzerte Büste… #coins

Römische Kaiserzeit, Marcus Aurelius, Aureus 171, vz: Marcus Aurelius 161-180. Aureus 20 mm 171 Rom. Drapierte und gepanzerte Büste… #coins

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Aureus of Emperor Domitian: Rome, 88-89 AD This gold coin of the Roman emperor Domitian celebrated his successes against the Germans.

Aureus of Emperor Domitian: Rome, C. This gold coin of the Roman emperor Domitian celebrated his successes against the Germans.

A gold coin of Queen Elizabeth I of England, featured at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC.

A gold coin of Queen Elizabeth I of England, featured at The Metropolitan Museum…

Energy Efficient Home Upgrades in Los Angeles For $0 Down -- Home Improvement Hub -- Via - Gold coin, diadem Head of Ptolemy 1ER, Minted in Alexandria, ca 594 B.C.

Gold Stater of Philip II the Makadon Minted in Pella, Makardonya circa 340 BC.

Want to go to Rome today? Simply pick up this Roman coin from the Maitre'd and put it in the coin slot in the dash of your choosen vehicle. (Yes, I used a little magic LOL) The car will portkey with you directly to your locaction)

Fine Sovereign - The fine sovereign was a large, high quality gold coin of 240 grains and was so named because the gold sovereign of 1550 represented a return to the original "fine gold" standard of pre-1544 (before the debasement antics of Henry VIII). The fine sovereigns were minted at 23 carats and 3.5 grains of gold to 0.5 grain of alloy [3] - a purity of 191/192 or .9947917 (i.e. 995).

Fine Sovereign - The fine sovereign was a large, high quality gold coin of 240 grains and was so named because the gold sovereign of 1550 represented a return to the original "fine gold" standard of (before the debasement antics of Henry VIII).

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