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Ancient Coins

Collectible History

Can you imagine living in a society without money? While it might be a cool verse for a certain John Lennon song, it’s hard to imagine an advanced modern society being able to function without the existence of the concept of money. This section of TroveStar focuses on the evolution of one of human civilizations most important inventions, money.

Whatever coin one desires to hold in the palm of their hand, one this is always constant… all coins are unique historical objects that give us fascinating insight into the political, economic, religious and artistic conditions of the civilizations that minted them. Every coin has a story to tell and the purpose of the Coins Section of TroveStar is to tell at least a few of those stories while providing a public internet forum for other coin collectors in the global numismatic community to submit images and showcase their own coins while giving them a chance to tell the stories behind their own coins.

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Total items in collection: 54. Total items on page 11

ImageGallery Subject Denomination Material Reverse Type Primary ID Type Primary ID Period Culture ID
Aelia Flaccilla AE Copper/Bronze Emperor RIC 025 IX Imperial Rome 108930
Constantine AE Copper/Bronze Victory RIC 035 VII Constantinopolis Imperial Rome 108897
Crispina Sestertius Copper/Bronze Salus RIC 627b Imperial Rome 108865
Domitius Domitianus Follis Copper/Bronze Genius RIC 020v VI Imperial Rome 108921
Gordian III Sestertius Copper/Bronze Jupiter RIC 298a Imperial Rome 108786
Hadrian Dupondius Copper/Bronze Aequitas RIC 655v II Imperial Rome 108866
Julia Domna Dupondius Copper/Bronze Cybele RIC 882 Imperial Rome 108864
Licinius I AE Copper/Bronze Genius RIC 164a VI Antioch Imperial Rome 108867
Marcus Aurelius Sestertius Copper/Bronze Victory RIC 931 Imperial Rome 108785
Maximianus Antoninianus Copper/Bronze Victory RIC 371 V Imperial Rome 108912
Trajan Sestertius Copper/Bronze Victory RIC 527 II Imperial Rome 108784