Ancient Auth. 2 Coins 1 Greek, Athena 246 Bc. & 1 Roman, Emp. Dragging, 307 Ad

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Ancient Auth. 2 Coins 1 Greek, Athena 246 Bc. & 1 Roman, Emp. Dragging, 307 Ad
Ancient Auth. 2 Coins 1 Greek, Athena 246 Bc. & 1 Roman, Emp. Dragging, 307 Ad
Ancient Auth. 2 Coins 1 Greek, Athena 246 Bc. & 1 Roman, Emp. Dragging, 307 Ad
Ancient Auth. 2 Coins 1 Greek, Athena 246 Bc. & 1 Roman, Emp. Dragging, 307 Ad
Ancient Auth. 2 Coins 1 Greek, Athena 246 Bc. & 1 Roman, Emp. Dragging, 307 Ad
Ancient Auth. 2 Coins 1 Greek, Athena 246 Bc. & 1 Roman, Emp. Dragging, 307 Ad

Ancient Auth. 2 Coins 1 Greek, Athena 246 Bc. & 1 Roman, Emp. Dragging, 307 Ad
246 – 225 BC.’ APOLLO Standing HOLDING ARROW AND BOW”. And HEAD OF ATHENA WEARING ATTIC HELMET. IT is 13 mm. With OK+ CONDITION AND DETAILS. And ONE is ANCIENT AUTHENTIC ROMAN COIN.’ EMPEROR DRAGGING CAPTIVE HOLDING LABARUM”. 307 – 361 AD. IT is 16 mm. WITH JUST OK CONDITION AND DETAILS, SUPER NICE ORIGINAL PATINA. BUT I KNOW YOU WON’T DO THAT… CONSIDERING THE OLD AGE ARE… ONE IS WAY MORE THEN 2000 YEARS OLD. PLEASE CHECK ALL THE PICTURES BECAUSE IT IS EXACTLY THE 2 COINS. YOU’LL GET IN MYLAR CASES. AND YOU’LL BE THE JUDGE OF GRADING. Check out my other items. Be sure to add me to your favorites list. 12- 29-18 – P 6. 12 – 25- 18 THANK YOU AND GOOD LUCK. PLEASE CHECK MY OTHER ANCIENT GREEK, ROMAN and BYZANTINE COINS… FOUND IN ONE OF MY UNCLEAN ANCIENT GREEK and ROMAN COINS LOTS. FROM AUTHENTIC ARCHAEOLOGISTS IN EUROPE FOR ca. THE PICTURES WITH UNCLEAN ANCIENT GREEK /ROMAN COINS LOTS, ARE JUST TO SHOW YOU WHERE THIS COINS CAME FROM AND HOW WHERE LOOKING BEFORE I CLEAN THEM. GREAT COLLECTIONS OF COINS. The item “ANCIENT AUTH. 2 COINS 1 GREEK, ATHENA 246 BC. & 1 ROMAN, EMP. DRAGGING, 307 AD” is in sale since Saturday, December 29, 2018. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ Ancient\Greek (450 BC-100 AD)”. The seller is “nicnicro” and is located in Laguna Hills, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Ancient Auth. 2 Coins 1 Greek, Athena 246 Bc. & 1 Roman, Emp. Dragging, 307 Ad