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    1. 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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    2. Dardanus

      Dardanus

      Here we have a great variety of larger Roman and Classical Greek coins, some of them seem to be showing some fair detail before being cleaned. Great selection of the harder to find more sought after larger Roman coins as well as the smaller and thicker Greek coins that all of the collectors love!

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    3. 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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    4. Romulus

      Romulus

      Here is a small hoard of larger uncleaned Roman coins, amongst recent years these types of early large coins have been harder and harder to get hold of. They always prove to be extremely popular and make a welcome change to cleaning the smaller late Roman coins.

      Because they are fairly crusty there could be almost anything in here, we really do only have the large favourable size to go on with the odd coin giving a few clues away.

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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. Arcas

      Arcas

      This is a collection of really wonderful unattributed cleaned Greek coins from a collector in Europe, and is certainly some of the nicest Greek coins that we have ever seen. They have been meticulously and painstakingly cleaned to an exceptionally high standard. Cleaning coins to this level is something that is not easy to do and extremely time consuming as most of them retain a wonderful patina.

      Among these unattributed coins are some great examples of the ancient Greek coinage. There is a wide variety and range of coins here that will prove to be really interesting and often valuable once attributed.

      When we have had these coins from the same collector in the past they have always sold really well with the same customers purchasing again and again.

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    7. 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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    8. Hebron

      Hebron

      This is a Holy land hoard that was found in Israel, hoards from this region are very interesting as they offer such a wide variety of coins and history. This is due to the numerous wars and occupation in the region combined with it being a major trading location. Unlike the more traditional European hoards the range and size of the coins vary considerably. They start at an extremely small size as often they include fractional Greek coins and on the other side of the scale can include very large coins including Byzantine Follis or Ptolemy coins. There are certainly among the most varied hoards ever found and can often contain some extremely interesting and valuable coins from a wide range of civilisations and cultures.

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    9. Amisos

      Amisos

      This is without question one of the nicest hoards that I have ever had the pleasure of seeing. The detail even before cleaning is striking with well over 90% of the coins being instantly attributable in their current state. Pontos is often considered the home of the Amazons.

      The first travels of Greek merchants and adventurers to the Pontian region occurred probably from around 1000 BC, whereas their settlements would become steady and solidified cities only by the 8th and 7th centuries BC as archaeological findings document. This fits in well with a foundation date of 731 BC as reported by Eusebius of Caesarea for Sinope, perhaps the most ancient of the Greek Colonies in what was later to be called Pontus.[12] The epical narratives related to the travels of Jason and the Argonauts to Colchis, the tales of Heracles' navigating the Black Sea and Odysseus' wanderings into the land of the Cimmerians, as well as the myth of Zeus constraining Prometheus to the Caucasus mountains as a punishment for his outwitting the Gods.

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    10. Carus

      Carus

      Here we have a hoard of large mainly Roman Provincial coins, I would say they are in slightly over average condition as a good deal of them you can feel the relief on prior to cleaning and a few of them already show good noticeable detail on them. A lot of these Provincial coins can be very collectable and offer some interesting cleaning, it should also be noted that a lot of these coins were often used in circulation until they were fairly worn.

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    11. Decima

      Decima

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      Here we have a fairy crusty but fairly interesting hoard of mainly Roman coins. The detail on them generally does not make most of them attributable off the bat, and some patience will be required to unlock a lot of the secrets here as they are fairly crusty. Interestingly enough there seems to be a nice range in sizes of the coins indicating there could be some interesting finds here.

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    12. Maxima

      Maxima

      New - Just Arrived

      This is a bulk low grade trade lot of mainly late Roman coins, these are our lowest ever priced Roman coins and would be ideal for either bulk cleaning, or indeed resale on ebay or other online sites. We managed to purchase these at a very good price so that is reflected in the low trade sale price of the coins. Due to the bulk trade nature of the coins we are only selling them in 0.5 and 1kg packages.

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    13. Attica

      Attica

      This is really promising hoard from the Middle East, it consists of mainly Greek coins that are generally slightly smaller than normal but also has examples that are heading towards being premium in terms of uncleaned condition. Size wise they go right down to fractional by the looks of it so that is always pleasing as those are very popular to collectors. It also seems to have some Roman Provincial in it and maybe a little Judean. This is a really interesting one that could very well hold some rare and valuable coins in it once cleaned and attributed.

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    14. Sophia

      Sophia

      This is a large hoard of mainly late Roman coins, they are in better than average condition for what we normally see. A good amount of them have some detail already showing on them and there seems to be a fair mix of earlier Roman coins mixed in with the odd later silver coins. They are great value for money for later uncleaned Roman as you get around 600 coins per KG.

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    15. Sabina

      Sabina

      This is a really nice mainly late Roman hoard that is edging towards being of “premium” quality detail wise. Almost all of these coins already have some noticeable detail on and some of them will require virtually no cleaning at all, I would imagine that well over 90% should be attributable. Aside from the Roman coins there is the odd Byzantine and Greek coin but they are certainly in the minority. This is certainly the best Roman hoard that we have had in quite some time and will be a pleasure to clean as they have so much starting detail.

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