Two Ancient Roman Imperial Coins in Lucite
Two Ancient Roman Imperial Coins in Lucite. Lot contains a brass Dupondius coin of Marcus Aurelius, ca. 161 A.D., and a bronze Sestertius coin of Gordian III, ca. 240 A.D. Coins are encased in Lucite paperweight display blocks. Coins are circulated.
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- circulated; encased in lucite.
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