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British Coins 2014-15 an Overall View of Now and into the Future   Numismatic coins have been used to show the ruler how he would like to be seen and the reverse side of the coin has content, to tell a story of achievement the ruler wants to show on the reverse. #Numismatic-coins

British Coins 2014-15 an Overall View of Now and into the Future Numismatic coins have been used to show the ruler how he would like to be seen and the reverse side of the coin has content, to tell a story of achievement the ruler wants to show on the reverse. #Numismatic-coins

Coin of Kanishka, ca. 130 A.D. Pakistan, ancient region of Gandhara Gold. The Great Kushan rulers minted these gold coins following a Roman weight standard. The rulers present themselves in relation to a range of Near Eastern and South Asian deities, such as Shiva as seen on the reverse of this coin.

Coin of Kanishka, ca. 130 A.D. Pakistan, ancient region of Gandhara Gold. The Great Kushan rulers minted these gold coins following a Roman weight standard. The rulers present themselves in relation to a range of Near Eastern and South Asian deities, such as Shiva as seen on the reverse of this coin.

Coin of Vasudeva Date: 185–220 Culture: Pakistan (ancient region of Gandhara) Medium: Gold. The Great Kushan rulers minted these gold coins in the second and early third centuries. They follow a Roman weight standard, and the rulers present themselves in relation to a range of Near Eastern and South Asian deities, such as the Shiva on the reverse of Vasudeva's coin.

Coin of Vasudeva Date: 185–220 Culture: Pakistan (ancient region of Gandhara) Medium: Gold. The Great Kushan rulers minted these gold coins in the second and early third centuries. They follow a Roman weight standard, and the rulers present themselves in relation to a range of Near Eastern and South Asian deities, such as the Shiva on the reverse of Vasudeva's coin.

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One Ounce Gold American Buffalo (Reverse). This coin has gained its nickname, "Gold Buffalo", from the American Bison on the reverse side of the design.

One Ounce Gold American Buffalo (Reverse). This coin has gained its nickname, "Gold Buffalo", from the American Bison on the reverse side of the design.

Athenian Dekadrachm in the Numismatic Museum of Athens.  This is one of the most valuable of all ancient coins, with around 40 known examples.  42 grams, diameter approx. 34mm.

Athenian Dekadrachm in the Numismatic Museum of Athens. This is one of the most valuable of all ancient coins, with around 40 known examples. 42 grams, diameter approx. 34mm.

Lebanon Cedar Tree Silver Coin Pendant Charm. $15.00, via Etsy.

Lebanon Cedar Tree Silver Coin Pendant Charm

Lebanon Cedar Tree Silver Coin Pendant Charm. $15.00, via Etsy.

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