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Roman - Modern Belt of Thirty Four Bronze Coins

Coins - Roman Empire


LOT 176

Estimate
GBP (£) 30 - 50
EUR (€) 34 - 56
USD ($) 40 - 66
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Sold for (Inc. premium): £115

ROMAN - MODERN BELT OF THIRTY FOUR BRONZE COINS

A modern (c. 1950's?) belt comprising 34 mixed Roman Imperial bronze coins, pierced and linked together with metal rings and short chains. The clasp formed by two coins with hooks on one side and two corresponding triangular loops. The coins include Ae folles (Galeria Valeria, Diocletian, Maximianus Maximinus, Constantine, Licinius, etc.) plus two Egypt billon tetradrachms of various reverse types and mints.

Condition
The coins generally in fine and better grade, with a 'golden' finish.

Date
Friday 19th March 2010 at The Swedenborg Hall Antiquities & Coins

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