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41 Piece 'Coinage Through the Ages' Collection 480 BCE - 1870, Museum Quality, including 3 Gold Coins

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This high quality premium 41 piece collection showcases the development of Coinage Through the Ages with Ancient, Medieval, Renaissance, and Early Modern coins spanning nearly 2300 years from 480 BCE to 1870. Three Gold coins, 14 Silver coins and 23 Bronze coins and a Manilla "slave" bracelet are included.  The coins have been selected to showcase some of the most interesting coins ever struck, and include many scarce and high grade coins, as well as issues with unusual shapes and designs. Coins come from all regions of the world, and collectively provide a museum tour view of how money developed from some of the earliest coins of the world up to the introduction of modern die struck issues. This museum quality collection comes displayed in two mahogany finish stacking coin cabinets, plus one additional single case, which houses the Manilla slave bracelet.

1.    Gold Solidus, Byzantine Empire
2.    Gold Fanam, Indian States 17th-18th Century
3.    Gold 2 Bu Ingot, Japan 1868-1869
4.    Silver Hemidrachm, Ancient Greece, struck at Chersonesos, Thrace - 480-350 BCE
5.    Silver Drachm, Ancient Greece, Medusa Head from the city of Apollo, 450-350 BCE
6.    Silver Drachm, Mauryan Empire, Ancient India 272-232 BCE
7.    Silver Drachm Ancient Greece/Cappadocian Kingdom 163-101 BCE
8.    Silver Antoninianus, Ancient Roman Empire, Gordian III 238-244 CE
9.    Silver Dirhem, Sassanian Empire, Khushro II, 591-628 CE
10.    Silver Damma, Multan Ummayad Governors, 600-700 CE  
11.    Silver Drachm, Shahis Dynasty, "Bull and Horseman" 850-950 CE
12.    Silver Parvus, Sigismund of Luxembourg 1433-1437
13.    Silver Denir, Hungary, "Madonna and Child" 1526-1564
14.    Silver Kopek, Russia, "Wire Money" (Ivan The Terrible) 1560-1584
15.    Silver 3 Polker, Poland, Sigismund III 1587-1632
16.    Silver 1/5 Rupee, Mughal India, Alamgir II 1754-1759
17.    Silver 2 Zolata, Ottoman Empire  1774-1789
18.    Bronze Coin, Ancient Greece, Alexander The Great 336-323 BCE
19.    1 ½ Karshapana, Gandhara Kingdom, Elephant and Lion 185-160 BCE
20.    Bronze Coin, Ancient Egypt, Ptolemy VI, 180-145 BCE
21.    Bronze Prutah, Anceint Judea "Widow's Mite" 103-76 BCE
22.    Tetradrachm, Kushan Empire, Soter Meg 80-90 CE
23.    Billon Drachm, Elymais Kingdom 150-180 CE
24.    Tetradrachm, Kushan Empire 191-226 CE
25.    Tetradrachm, Rome Egypt. Alexandria 253-307 CE
26.    Bronze coin, Ancient Rome, Diocletian 284-305 CE
27.    Antoninianus, Ancient Rome Empire, Maximian 286-305 CE
28.    Bronze coin, Ancient Rome, Constantine I "The Great" 307-337 CE
29.    Bronze coin, Ancient Rome, Constantine II 337-340 CE
30.    Bronze coin, Ancient Rome, Constans 337-350 CE
31.    Large Follis, Byzantine Empire 450-690 CE
32.    10 Cash Coin, China, Northern Song Dynasty 960-1279 CE
33.    Bronze Stater, Kashmir, Queen Didda Rani 979-1003 CE
34.    Scyphate, Byzantine Empire 11th Century CE
35.    Maravedis Bronze, Spain and Spanish Colonies, Philip IV 1621-1665
36.    "Arrow" Money 5th - 7th Century BCE
37.    5 Kopek Coin, Russia, Catherine the Great 1763-1794
38.    Tin Pitas Palemburg Sultanate 1776-1803
39.    2 Kopek Coin, Russia Early 1800s
40.    100 Mon Tempo Tsuho, Japan Tokugawa Shogunate 1835-1870
41.    Manilla Slave Bracelet

Includes:
• 41 Piece 'Coinage Through the Ages' Collection 480 BCE - 1870, Museum Quality, including 3 Gold Coins

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