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Very rare iron age corieltauvi #celtic silver half unit coin #humberside #026171,  View more on the LINK: 	http://www.zeppy.io/product/gb/2/360624997621/

Very rare iron age corieltauvi #celtic silver half unit coin #humberside #026171, View more on the LINK: http://www.zeppy.io/product/gb/2/360624997621/

Coin from Ephesus showing the honeybee (Melissa, "Sweet") symbol of the goddess Artemis.

Many Ancient Coins had the emblem of the honey bee, a symbol of wealth and power due in part to the fact that ancient society realized that the honeybee had such control over their food supply. (But why does that bee look more like a wasp?

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Obv: stylized boar right with long bristles, rosette above. Rev: horse right, wheel above, phallic motif below, double pellets either side.

AR/AE Aurelianus. Roman Coin, Roman Empire, Diocletianus 284-305 AD, Lugdunum mint. 293 AD. 4,24g. RIC V/2, 227, 65. Good VF. Starting price 2011: 72 USD. Unsold.

AR/AE Aurelianus. Roman Coin, Roman Empire, Diocletianus 284-305 AD, Lugdunum mint. 293 AD. 4,24g. RIC V/2, 227, 65. Good VF. Starting price 2011: 72 USD. Unsold.

Viking coin with Raven  10th Century CE. York, England.  Minted by Anlaf (Olaf) Guthfrithsson

How FUNtastic! I want to use Raven Money too! :) Viking coin with Raven Century CE.

Charles the Bald Denier (Coin/Penny), King of France 840-875, Emperor 875-877, Class 1a Mint Name Denier, 840-864, MEC 833, Depreyot 761 - Charles was the son of Louis's second wife and thus in conflict over inheritance with his three step-brothers. He out lived them all and went on to become the most educated, perhaps most successful of the post-Charlemagne emperors. Three cities struck mint name deniers. Grierson suggests that the Paris mint resurrected this type following the death of…

Charles the Bald Denier King of France Emperor Class Mint Name Denier, MEC Depreyot 761

Septimius Severus 193-211 AD  cointalk.com

Septimius Severus 193-211 AD cointalk.com

AR Quinarius. Roman Coin, Roman Empire, Hadrianus 117-138 AD. About 119-122 AD. 1,49g. RIC 352, 103b. Good VF. Price realized 2011: 480 USD.

AR Quinarius. Roman Coin, Roman Empire, Hadrianus 117-138 AD. About 119-122 AD. 1,49g. RIC 352, 103b. Good VF. Price realized 2011: 480 USD.

Crown Of The Double Rose (S.2279). Henry VIII (1509-1547) Obv. - Crowned double rose. Rev. - Crowned shield. Crowned letters H and I on both sides stand for Henry and Jane Seymour issue (1536-1537). Arrow or pheon mintmark (top). 3.67 grams.

Crown Of The Double Rose Henry VIII Obv. Crowned letters H and I on both sides stand for Henry and Jane Seymour issue Arrow or pheon mintmark (top).

Icenic Coins from Boudicca's Age

Boudicca: Unheard Warrior Queen of Britons

Icenic Coins from Boudicca's Age. Boudica (d. AD 60 or was queen of the British Iceni tribe, a Celtic tribe who led an uprising against the occupying forces of the Roman Empire.

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