Which ancient Greek coins have you most want to see?
I was intrigued by the idea of an ancient Greek coin from ancient Greece, but I couldn’t decide which of the coins to get.
My main priority was finding a coin that was in the style of the Roman era.
I didn’t want to find a coin from the middle of the fifth century that was not Roman.
It’s really hard to find an ancient coin that is not Roman, especially in a style that was so distinct from the style that we’re accustomed to.
I think I found the one I was looking for in a Roman coin.
When I opened it up, I was surprised to see that the coin had a small shield.
I’m a big believer in the shield as an identification piece and I’m willing to pay anywhere from $1,000 to $2,000 for a good one.
I was really surprised that this coin was in this style, and it’s definitely a very distinctive design.
This is a Roman-era Roman coin from an ancient temple in Athens.
The coins in the collection were donated by a museum in Greece.