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AU Aurelian Aureus or Binio 270-275 A.D.(6.0g) O: IMP C L DOM AURELIANUS PF AUG; laur.dr.cuir. bust LEFT; authenticated by the coin department of the British Museum, though they do not have an Aurelian aureus facing LEFT; Very rare. See NFA Auction XXXI, lot 782 for another left facing bust; possibly from Siscia mint with obverse of RIC 179 and reverse of RIC 182. R: VIRTUS AUG; Mars advancing r. holding spear and carrying trophy, captive at feet. G: Mint State (virtually as struck)

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I hope this is your only hobby! Dont start collecting English Hammered pls, far too boring for you (repeat after me)
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English hammered is boring . . . English hammered is booooring . . .English hamz booooo . . . sknzxzxxzzzz


Oh, look! There's an Eliz Ist tower mint that's well struck and minty. I wonder if her daddy has a nice coin I can buy . . . .

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Oh my poor, poor Alex.


You have just introduced Casanova to your daughter.


Perhaps it is best if she follow Ophelia to the nunnery.


I hear Iraqi paper currency is a yet undiscovered collectible.................until Clay reads this.

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