• Paul I, 1 rouble 1796 St. Petersburg

    Paul I, 1 rouble 1796 St. Petersburg

    Por el 10 March, 2017

    Paul I reigned from November 1796 on. Hence, it is not a surprise that the 1796 roubles in his name are very rare.

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  • 50 Reales 1618, Segovia

    50 reales 1618, Segovia

    Por el 7 March, 2017

    50 reales coins are huge silver coins produced in Segovia mint. These coins, so-called “cincuentines”, represent the zenith of the Spanish silver coins.

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  • Kremnica ducat 1515, Gold Coin

    Kremnica ducat 1515

    Por el 5 March, 2017

    Kremnica mint produced gold coins known as the “Kremnica ducats” since 1335. These coins were very well known in Central Europe for centuries.

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  • Decadrachm from Syracuse

    Por el 2 March, 2017

    The decadrachms of Syracuse are one of the most beautiful coins ever minted. Historians consider that they were struck to commemorate a military victory.

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  • Antoninianus of Laelianus

    Por el 27 February, 2017

    Laelianus was a usurper against Postumus during the Crisis of the Third Century. He minted very few coins during his short revolt.

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  • Tetradrachm of Bagadates I

    Por el 24 February, 2017

    A tetradrachm by Bagadates I, the first king of Persis who issued coins. The tetradrachm follows the Greek standards but is full of local iconography.

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