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Roman Coins & their values Part 1 Book Roman Coins of London Silver Coins of the Crusaders
Roman Coins of London
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Roman Coins & their values Part 1 Book

This magnificent book covering Roman coinage from 96 A.D. to 235 A.D. Everything is there and a book permanently used

Roman Coins minted in London almost 2000 years ago. Struck around 300 A.D. a few Roman Emperors authorised a minting of their coins in Londinium, the capital of Britannia.

We have discovered a rare and exciting silver coin from the time of the Crusades and the infamous Saladin.

The Roman Emperor Hadrian 117-138 Silver Denarius Iceni Quarter Stater Double Crescent Fair Condition

Born in Rome in A.D. 76 Hadrian was the adopted son of the Emperor Trajan, after his own father died when he was ten and just like his new father became a good and humane ruler. He constructed buildings in almost every city and here in Britain he has left the world Heritage site of Hadrian's wall, in the north of England.

Iceni Quarter Stater Double Crescent Fair Condition

Amongst the coins in a hoard found 40 years ago were these famous double crescent type quarter silver staters, showing a horse on the reverse, struck at the time of Ancient Britain’s most
Iceni Quarter Stater Double Crescent F/VF Condition

Amongst the coins in a hoard found 40 years ago were these famous double crescent type quarter silver staters, showing a horse on the reverse, struck at the time of Ancient Britain’s most
Olympic Silver Stater of Pamphylia Julius Caesar Venus Head Silver Denarius The Imperial Roman Silver Collection
Olympic 300. B.C

As London 2012 Olympics draws nearer we would like to take you back over 2,300 years to Pamphylia (modern day

Julius Caesar was a major player in transforming the Roman Republic to the Roman Empire. His early years were spent campaigning in Gaul and in the time invaded Britain twice.

The Imperial Roman Silver Collection

The SILVER OF THE EMPERORS Collection brings together genuine Roman coins of each of these personalities. Prepare yourself to be