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Motivseite: Münze-Asien-Bangladesch-টাকা-১০-১৯৭৪-১৯৭৯

Motivseite: Münze-Asien-Bangladesch-টাকা-১০-১৯৭৪-১৯৭৯

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Wertseite: Münze-Asien-Bangladesch-টাকা-১০-১৯৭৪-১৯৭৯

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Silver Sixpence 1902 Edwardian Sterling Silver Coin

Giorgio Roncetti (Italian, ca. 15th–16th century). Gold Medal Cast on the…

Giorgio Roncetti (Italian, ca. 15th–16th century). Gold Medal Cast on the…

A crown coin being from 1509 to 1533 during Henry VIII's marriage to Katherine of Aragon, hence the crowned 'K' opposite of the crowned 'H' for Henry.

A crown coin being from 1509 to 1533 during Henry VIII's marriage to Katherine of Aragon, hence the crowned 'K' opposite of the crowned 'H' for Henry.

Solidus of Constantius II (Sole Emperor, 350-361) [Byzantine] (04.35.18) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Solidus of Constantius II (Sole Emperor, 350-361) [Byzantine] (04.35.18) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Gold oktadrachm of Ptolemy III Euergetes Period: Hellenistic Date: ca. 246–221 B.C. Culture: Greek, Ptolemaic Medium: Gold

Gold oktadrachm of Ptolemy III Euergetes Period: Hellenistic Date: ca. 246–221 B.C. Culture: Greek, Ptolemaic Medium: Gold

Gold Coin of the Parisii. 2nd century B.C. #Celtic #Coins #GoldCoins #Silver…

Gold Coin of the Parisii. 2nd century B.C. #Celtic #Coins #GoldCoins #Silver…

Buckle, 2nd century b.c.; European Iron Age Celto-Iberian; Spain Leaded bronze, silver, iron  This bronze and silver buckle is unusual in that both its top and bottom plaque are preserved, along with remains of the iron rivets used to attach it to a leather belt. Small figurines show warriors wearing similar clasps, suggesting this was designed for use by a soldier. It is typical of a type of buckle produced in the central plain region of the Iberian Peninsula

Buckle, 2nd century b.c.; European Iron Age Celto-Iberian; Spain Leaded bronze, silver, iron This bronze and silver buckle is unusual in that both its top and bottom plaque are preserved, along with remains of the iron rivets used to attach it to a leather belt. Small figurines show warriors wearing similar clasps, suggesting this was designed for use by a soldier. It is typical of a type of buckle produced in the central plain region of the Iberian Peninsula

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