Any roman coin expertise on here

damj

Well-Known Member
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out cycling in north west Durham on Sunday, very muddy when got back. Anyway, on cleaning my bike and shoes down and washing away the mud I found this coin, assuming it’s not fake, anyone any idea if it’s of any value?
 

twentysix by twentyfive

Clinging on tightly
Location
Over the Hill
any idea if it’s of any value?
Well it's not legal tender - so nowt I'm afraid :whistle:
 

BSOh

Senior Member
Location
Ceredigion
Any idea what the three characters are stamped on the edge of the coin in the second picture? Loads of souvenier ones apparently that are stamped, and also lots of fake originals around.
 

Randomnerd

Formerly known as Woodenspoons
Location
North Yorkshire
That’s a fake I’m afraid, made in their thousands by a Midlands firm as part of a Roman coin pack. There are lots about, and loads of copies of the copies....You can buy a decent, original Caesar “elephant denarius” for about £75, so you weren’t in the big money either way.
 
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