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 Gratian AR Siliqua / Roma Seated $465.00 
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Attribution: RIC IX 27f Trier
Date: 367-378 AD
Obverse: DN GRATIA-NVS P F AVG; Pearl diademed draped cuirassed bust right
Reverse: VRBS - ROMA; Roma seated left, holding Victory on globe and sceptre; TRPS• in exergue
Size: 18.25 mm
Weight: 1.96 grams
Rarity: 6
Description: ex CNG with tag stating ex 1887 Harptree Hoard. During a drought in November of1887 a worker looking for a water source near EastHarptreesouth west of Bath (England) hit ametal jar of coins with his pick. Among other things the jar contained 1496 silver coinsfrom nineEmperors fromConstantine I toJulian II with Julian II being the most abundant followed by Constantius II.The hoard was studied bythe British Museum and published byJohn Evansin the Numismatic Chronicle of 1888 pages 22-46.Most of the coins were returned to the finder and other than a small group stolen when displayed at a local church at the time remained in the family for more than 100 yearsuntil many of them entered the numismatic market inSeptember of 2016.

 Augustus. C. Asinius Gallus moneyer Æ AS $185.00 
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Attribution: RIC I 373 Rome
Date: 27 BC-14 AD
Obverse: CAESAR AVGVSTVS TRIBVNIC POTEST; Bare head of Augustus right
Reverse: C. ASINIVS GALLVS IIIVIR AAAFF around large S C
Size: 26.84 mm
Weight: 8.25 grams
Rarity: 5
Description: VF

 Caria. Mylasa. Eupolemos 15 / Overlapping Shields $185.00 
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Attribution: SNG Copenhagen (Macedonia) 1166
Date: circa 295-280 BC
Obverse: Three overlapping shields with spear heads on bosses
Reverse: EYΠO / ΛEMOY; Sword in sheath, monogram below
Size: 15.67 mm
Weight: 4.09 grams
Rarity: 6
Description: EF with choice silky patina

 Philip I. Commagene. Zeugma 28 / Temple of Zeus with Sacred Grove $95.00 
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Attribution: Butcher 31a
Date: 244-249 AD
Obverse: Laureate draped cuirassed bust of Philip right
Reverse: Tetrastyle temple of Zeus with peribolos containing sacred grove
Size: 28.92 mm
Weight: 15.72 grams
Rarity: 5
Description: VF

 Genuine Widow's Mite of the Bible $18.00 
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Attribution: Hendin 1153
Date: 103-76 BC
Obverse: Star of eight rays
Reverse: Anchor
Size: 12.75 mm
Weight: 0.69 grams
Rarity: 5
Description: A genuine 2000+ year old Jewish bronze coin of the type used by Jesus as an illustration of the way God looks at giving as recorded in the gospels of Luke and Mark chapters 21 and 12 respectivly. Jesus observed a very poor widow placing two of these tiny coins into the temple treasury and said that she actually gave MORE than all of the other givers combined. The rich people poured in vast amounts of wealth to be seen and applauded my observers. Jesus stated that while the rich gave only a tiny portion from their vast wealth she gave all she had to live on and trusted God for her provision. Jesus was teaching that God measures giving not by the amount but by the intentions.

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