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    1. Agnes

      Agnes

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      Here we have a hoard of what appears to be mainly classical Greek coins, there is also the odd Byzantine coin mixed in. They are fairly crusty so there could be almost anything in here but Greek coins do have a nice habit of cleaning up to be attributable compared to their Roman counterparts due to the thickness and quality of the metal used. Some of them already show a bit of detail so they promise to be an exciting clean and a lot of fun to attribute.

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    2. Saxa Silver coins

      Saxa Silver coins

      Here we have an ethically obtained collection of unsorted and unattributed Silver coins. Most of these will require cleaning. In terms of the coins themselves most of them are Roman, however there does appear to be the odd Greek and Byzantine silver coin also.

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    3. Theseus

      Theseus

      Here we have an interesting mix of very large mainly Roman coins as well as a lot of the classical Greek coins that everyone loves to collect.

      This hoard of coins should prove to be a very interesting clean as a lot of them have yet to give any indication of what lies beneath. These earlier coins especially the Greek do tend to end up retaining good detail under the crust after cleaning as the quality of the metal used was so good. In terms of cleaning up these large Roman they can be very rewarding but often they can be fairly worn due to a long life span while in circulation. The only way to tell will be to see how they come up.

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    4. Glaber

      Glaber

      Apart from having to pay a 'kings ransom' for this hoard because of the quality and the fact it has some silver in it, it is everything that we had hoped for. Without question this is the very best late Roman hoard that we have EVER had. A far higher percentage of the coins than normal carry good starting detail, some are unquestionable premium in terms of uncleaned quality. A great deal of these coins will require very little cleaning, if at all in some cases. And you certainly get the feeling that even the crustier ones should also clean up given a little patience.

      There is also a few visible silver and silvered coins to be found in here, that just add to the excitement. It is a very rare thing to see late Roman hoards come up that are so nice off the bat. Not sure if we will ever get another one that is so nice, if you like cleaning more premium quality later Roman coins then this is the one for you.

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    5. Pan

      Pan

      Here we have some crustier lower grade Greek coins that will prove to be a bit more challenging to clean than normal. Greek coins do tend to clean up well as long as you persist with them; some of the coins here show some detail but the majority of them will take a fair bit of cleaning before they start to show the fruits of your labour but priced accordingly.

      On the plus side because these coins are on the crustier side it really does mean that there could be almost anything in here.

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    6. Remus

      Remus

      Here we have a Holyland hoard of coins; there is a really wide variety and range of coins here. The Holyland was the centre of the earth in ancient times so coins were very often traded from numerous cultures making for extremely varied and interesting cleaning. Typically you will find, Roman, Judean, Nabatean, Seleucid, Byzantine, Islamic, widows mites and other fascinating coinage from extensive trade in the area as well as different periods of occupation.

      There is a good mix of coins here ranging from extremely small to extremely large. Coins from this region often can contain almost anything!

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    7. Minos Silver coins

      Minos Silver coins

      Here is a range of uncleaned Roman Silver coins that were purchased ethically from a collector in Europe. They offer a wide variety of emperors and are completely unattributed. Grades vary between average upwards with some that will turn out to be excellent examples.

      These are the lowest price Silver Roman coins that we have ever been able to offer for sale.

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    8. Magnifying Loupe

      Magnifying Loupe

      This magnifying loupe is ideal for viewing and attributing coins, offering 45x magnification through the 21mm lens. It has two LED's that provide sufficient light whilst viewing, coloured in either white or UV. Included is a handy case and batteries.

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    9. Helios

      Helios

      Helios is mainly made up of larger and thicker Roman Provincial coins. It will offer a fascinating look into collecting these wonderful coins. Many of them adorn wonderful images including, Battles, and Forts etc.

      This hoard measures in at around 18Kg, everyone recognises purchasing larger uncleaned Roman coins has become increasingly more difficult over the last few years. The price and, and collectability of these kind of larger coins rise steadily in excess of their smaller counterparts.

      A lot of these already offer some tantalising detail before cleaning and could probably be considered as an increasingly rare opportunity to purchase such coins. Generally in size they are at last the size of a Roman follis but with a great thickness to them as well that comes with these nice early coins.

      Cleaning wise we imagine that generally results should be quite good as a lot of them show some detail already and the alloy and thickness of these early coins lends itself well to the preservation of time. It should however be noted though that these kinds of coins were often circulated for centuries so although they might clean up well could have been worn through period use.

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    10. Nemesis

      Nemesis

      This is a very handsome 8Kg hoard that is made up of a mix of mainly Greek with some early Roman Provincials. The Roman coins are generally Follis sized and have a nice feel to them. Some of the Roman coins have some visible legend and a lot of them have fairly raised portions indicating that some good detail will probably show after cleaning. The Greek coins certainly won’t disappoint, as they are the early classical type and have a range of wonderful images on them including, Gods, Dolphins, Tridents, Horses, Griffins etc.

      Our feelings are that a good percentage of these coins will clean up really well with a bit of time and patience. We would probably say that they are well over average in terms of having detail showing prior to cleaning.

      This kind of hoard has the potential to find some really interesting and valuable coins especially for those people who collect Greek coins. The popularity of these kinds of uncleaned coins will certainly mean that this hoard will last long.

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    11. Moneta (Cleaned)

      Moneta (Cleaned)

      This is a large collection of wonderfully cleaned ancient Roman and Byzantine rings. It is not normally the kind of thing we sell, but when we were offered them they were just to nice to pass up.

      Most of the rings are made of Bronze with the odd Silver or Pewter ones, they range from being elaborately decorated to some with more simple designs. Some of them are "keyrings" if you ever wondered where the keyring originated from, literally it was an ancient ring with a key on it.

      Size wise they really do range, there are some small enough to fit on a child's finger and some large enough for a modern day man. Almost all the rings are complete a few seem to have a split in the actual ring as an ancient design feature to make them adjustable.

      These are really fascinating and cleaned to a very nice standard, would make great display pieces. They are a great price considering the great detail on most of them and the fact they have been cleaned very sympathetically.

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    12. Prometheus

      Prometheus

      This is a great mainly Greek hoard; it is very dusty but even after a simple rinse under the tap you can see that a lot of them already show good detail with no effort at all. I would think that the vast majority of these coins will clean up really well given some time. And certainly just a few days in distilled water will start to show some great results judging by the ones we rinsed off here.

      Everyone loves Greek coins; they are rarer and more collectable than their Roman counterparts and often because of the better alloys used they tend to clean up showing a greater level of detail.

      All of these coins are nice and chunky as you would expect from earlier Greek coins.

      Undoubtedly these coins will make really interesting cleaning and attribution. We did not want to give them all a rinse before taking the pictures to get the dust and loose dirt off so it really will be a surprise as to what is in here.

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    13. Naevia

      Naevia

      Naevia is a nice 17.5Kg hoard of coins; it is made up from a good selection of early Roman and Greek coins. We are fortunate that this hoard is pretty good in terms of size and weight. It almost exclusively comprises of very large chunky Roman coins that average around 25-30mm, and a mix of ancient Greek coins that are about 15mm in diameter and nice and thick.

      Most of the coins seem to be intact with very few chipped or broken ones. The coins offer great prospecting opportunities, as they are such early coins. I would imagine that after cleaning they will turn out to be a variety of early classical Greek and Colonial Roman coins. Some of the Roman coins are marked “SC” or "senatus consulto," or "by the decree of the Senate so are probably colonial or provincial coins.

      These large early coins are becoming very hard to get these days, and with a great percentage of Greek coins mixed in, this hoard certainly should prove to be very interesting when cleaned.

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    14. Aurora

      Aurora

      This is the best hoard that we have seen in quite some time for a number of reasons. As it is from central Europe it has a great mix of coins in it. I would say that around 90% are Roman including some provincials with the remainder being Greek.

      In terms of a breakdown of this hoard it has a healthy concentration of larger coins with a lot of them showing some promising detail. A lot of the smaller coins here are approaching premium uncleaned condition with a good amount of detail already showing. I would say that a well over average amount of these smaller coins would clean up. After running a handful under the tap you could see promising details on well over half of them as the top layers of dirt rinsed off.

      This hoard has one of the highest concentrations of Roman Silver coins, or Silver washed coins in it that I can ever remember seeing. They are mainly Roman, but I did also notice a few Greek ones so it is quite unusual in that regard as Greek Silver coins can be fairly valuable.

      My overall impression of this hoard is very good for cleaning; it has a good variety of coins in a range of sizes in over average condition. The added benefit of the higher amounts of Roman silver coins is especially pleasing. It should prove to be very interesting to clean, with some of the coins starting to show detail with just a rinse in water.

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    15. Magnus

      Magnus

      Here we have a Middle Eastern hoard that has influences from Greece, the early Roman Empire as well as some Byzantine and possibly Islamic coins in it. The vast majority of these coins are very large for a Middle Eastern hoard. Some are showing some detail already and should prove to be interesting coins. The few smaller coins tend to be the earlier ones as well. I have only noticed one or two smaller Roman silver coins in here but they did seem to have nice detail on them. We always struggle to get earlier hoards mainly made up of larger coins from this region, but when they come up they are quite interesting and varied.

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