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  • Ancients.info - The Online Resource for Ancient Coins & Antiquities - View Profile: SILIQUAE
    Activity Oct 28 2015 09 35 PM Forum Info Contact Info Join Date Jan 14 2012 Posts Total Posts 2 0 00 posts per day Find all posts by SILIQUAE Find all threads started by SILIQUAE Referrals 0 SILIQUAE has no contact information Additional Information Group Memberships Age 59 Country France Location Toulouse Biography Just collect Siliquas Interests Collector just collector SILIQUAE is not a member of any public groups

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  • Valens, "AR Siliqua" cast of consular solidus - Ancients.info - The Online Resource for Ancient Coins & Antiquities
    Pearl diademed bust left in imperial mantle mappa in right hand short scepter in left over shoulder VOTA PV BLICA Valentinian and Valens nimbate draped in imperial mantle seated facing on throne each raising mappa and holding scepter captive seated on ground on either side CONS wreath in exergue mm g RIC IX 29b Depeyrot 22 2 Bastien Vota Publica Q Tic XIV 1985 15 R3 Supposedly found in Great Britain I acquired this item from eBay in April 2008 from a seller who only described it as Silver Roman Coin This coin from the photo appears to be a white metal cast from a wax mold made from a mid grade solidus Note this coin is only known in a solidus module and is quite rare An odd choice from which to make an off metal fake When it arrives I will see if I can conserve it and perhaps someone will be able to tie it to a specific forger or workshop Here is the type from which it was made Photo courtesy Numismatica Ars Classica Auction 38 Lot 268 Zach Beasley VCoins Ancients Store http www vcoins com beastcoins VCoins US Banknotes Store http www vcoins com us beastcoins VCoins World Store http www vcoins com world beastcoins Beast Coins Research Site http www beastcoins com BeastCoins View Public Profile Visit BeastCoins s homepage Find More Posts by BeastCoins Mar 11 2013 02 00 PM 2 SILIQUAE Registered User Join Date Jan 2012 Location Toulouse Posts 2 Hello BeastCoins I m very interresting by a picture of this siliqua of Valens for my studies about siliquas May I receive one I ll put it in my french Databasis of Siliquas www siliques fr Best regards Siliquae SILIQUAE View Public Profile Find More Posts by SILIQUAE Previous Thread

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  • Technology - Ancients.info - The Online Resource for Ancient Coins & Antiquities
    Post Replies Views Sticky Section Guidelines admin Jan 5 2004 04 08 PM by admin 0 3 804 Printing rare coins Roxburgh Aug 1 2011 03 52 PM by Roma Numismatics 2 120 837 Falsifying the appearance of ancient silver 2 esnible Feb 25 2008 04 06 PM by dltcoins 9 16 621 Falsifying the appearance of ancient silver esnible Feb 2 2004 08 14 PM by wgsant 9 5 462 Display Options Moderators Showing threads 1 to 3 of 3 Moderators 1 Sorted By Thread Title Last Post Time Number of Replies Number of Views Thread Starter Thread Rating Sort Order Ascending Descending From The Last Day Last 2 Days Last Week Last 10 Days Last 2 Weeks Last Month Last 45 Days Last 2 Months Last 75 Days Last 100 Days Last Year Beginning wgsant Forum Tools Search this Forum Mark This Forum Read View Parent Forum Search this Forum Advanced Search New posts Hot thread with new posts No new posts Hot thread with no new posts Thread is closed Posting Rules You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You may not edit your posts vB code is

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  • Ancients.info - The Online Resource for Ancient Coins & Antiquities - View Profile: Roma_Numismatics
    User Last Activity Aug 15 2014 06 28 AM Signature Richard Beale Roma Numismatics Limited Forum Info Contact Info Join Date Sep 5 2008 Posts Total Posts 49 0 02 posts per day Find all posts by Roma Numismatics Find all threads started by Roma Numismatics Referrals 1 Home Page http www RomaNumismatics com Additional Information Group Memberships Country United Kingdom Roma Numismatics is not a member of any public

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  • Printing "rare" coins - Ancients.info - The Online Resource for Ancient Coins & Antiquities
    a member to a video on printing objects in metal including gold and silver Very scary for the future of numismatics http www youtube com watch v B9VOwqtOglg Roxburgh View Public Profile Find More Posts by Roxburgh Aug 1 2011 08 30 AM 2 esnible Registered User Join Date Nov 2003 Location New York NY Posts 238 3D printers will not produce images with the necessary resolution to do coins at this time However combined with a Janvier die engraving pantograph one could make excellent dies and use them to strike counterfeits and replicas http www coinbooks org esylum v07n11a10 html The Janvier technology has been known for over 100 years esnible View Public Profile Visit esnible s homepage Find More Posts by esnible Aug 1 2011 03 52 PM 3 Roma Numismatics Registered User Join Date Sep 2008 Posts 49 Cute but there are much easier and more sophisticated means to produce fake coins Richard Beale Roma Numismatics Limited Roma Numismatics View Public Profile Visit Roma Numismatics s homepage Find More Posts by Roma Numismatics Previous Thread Next Thread Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page Display Modes Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode

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  • Resources - Ancients.info - The Online Resource for Ancient Coins & Antiquities
    24 PM by forgerynetwork 0 7 367 Book by Ken Peters esnible Aug 22 2006 12 20 PM by reidgold 1 9 048 New book by Chuck Larsen esnible May 27 2004 07 56 PM by esnible 2 4 586 New book on Bulgarian counterfeits esnible May 6 2004 07 47 PM by esnible 1 4 042 Thasos reproduction esnible Jan 20 2004 08 38 PM by esnible 0 3 578 Books on forgery detection kevinpaulfoley Jan 18 2004 08 10 PM by wgsant 4 3 859 Fouree AE question xtro1999 Jan 18 2004 05 15 PM by wgsant 1 3 653 Fouree not Favree wgsant Jan 8 2004 01 39 PM by wgsant 1 3 903 Display Options Moderators Showing threads 1 to 9 of 9 Moderators 1 Sorted By Thread Title Last Post Time Number of Replies Number of Views Thread Starter Thread Rating Sort Order Ascending Descending From The Last Day Last 2 Days Last Week Last 10 Days Last 2 Weeks Last Month Last 45 Days Last 2 Months Last 75 Days Last 100 Days Last Year Beginning wgsant Forum Tools Search this Forum Mark This Forum Read View Parent Forum Search this Forum Advanced Search

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  • Ancients.info - The Online Resource for Ancient Coins & Antiquities - View Profile: Congius
    View Profile Congius Congius Registered User Last Activity Yesterday 05 13 PM Forum Info Contact Info Join Date Jan 3 2007 Posts Total Posts 211 0 06 posts per day Find all posts by Congius Find all threads started by Congius Referrals 0 Congius has no contact information Additional Information Group Memberships N A Congius is not a member of any public groups All times are GMT 6 The time

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  • what is that ?? - Ancients.info - The Online Resource for Ancient Coins & Antiquities
    of copy Roman coins Total coins 30 coins 60 halves Total moulds 70 strips varying from 4 moulds to 10 I have no idea what the coins are made of but they look like silver I think the moulds are brass The coin halves will be sent in pairs each in a plastic envelope but I may not have got the two correct halves together Can t say much else as I really don t know much about them http cgi ebay com Roman Coins Copi item48398b2c7e all this sounds very bad to me Roland Attached Images Mould1 JPG 20 1 KB 102 views Mould2 JPG 23 1 KB 100 views rol69 View Public Profile Find More Posts by rol69 Feb 25 2010 02 46 AM 2 areich Registered User Join Date Dec 2005 Location Berlin Posts 160 Maybe painted plaster casts areich View Public Profile Find More Posts by areich Feb 25 2010 05 21 AM 3 Congius Registered User Join Date Jan 2007 Posts 211 Could these be partially done electrotypes waiting to be filled and joined done in groups rather than moulds Ben Congius View Public Profile Find More Posts by Congius Previous Thread Next Thread Thread

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