Kremnica mint produced gold coins known as the “Kremnica ducats” since 1335. These coins were very well known in Central Europe for centuries.
The decadrachms of Syracuse are one of the most beautiful coins ever minted. Historians consider that they were struck to commemorate a military victory.
Laelianus was a usurper against Postumus during the Crisis of the Third Century. He minted very few coins during his short revolt.
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.
These coins are extremely rare in such a high grade. They are very interesting for those collectors specialized on French coins from the 20th Century.
A sestertius minted to commemorate the inauguration of the Colosseum during the years 80-82 under the name of the emperor Divus Titus.