Roman coin, difficult to determine

Jan 10, 2019. 18:47 UTC
Roman coin, difficult to determine Item images 2f1547146095677 89mynbxa04 4f04acb16dff999c7dd8aa49d87e98f2 2f274b9d32 c282 4be7 952d a36cf3ac152f Item images 2f1547146095672 lqeex2hlde 4f04acb16dff999c7dd8aa49d87e98f2 2f45031e85 4d6a 4aea b6cd 41376e81df65 Item images 2f1547146095675 9ngbamnxsyc 4f04acb16dff999c7dd8aa49d87e98f2 2f12cc1f2d e0b4 43ba 9f78 0fa85b30b645 Item images 2f1547146095667 up74j6hq9fe 4f04acb16dff999c7dd8aa49d87e98f2 2f349bc508 d16e 4a8f 8bfc 36785327db5a Item images 2f1547146095670 83ru1mjzfix 4f04acb16dff999c7dd8aa49d87e98f2 2f6e19b575 5a68 4ab0 9c9d 3919a6901c63
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20mm x 30mm x 3-4mm thick. What looks like a woman’s head on one side with text around her. The other side is very hard to make out. I was told cleopatra VII but unsure... I don’t have scales but it’s heavy for its size Have the weight of a


eBay, the seller claims cleopatra VII but did not know the mint or exact coin.

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$5 - $10 (United States Dollar)
Answered within about 1 hour
Jan 10, 19:38 UTC
By Jim Jones

Dear Terry,

Thank you for contacting Mearto with your appraisal inquiry. Unfortunately, this coin is too corroded and worn to have notable value as it is virtually unidentifiable. Neither side resembles any Cleopatra designs of bronze coins during the time of her reign. Perhaps some better images might help in identification, but even so, with the surface quality, I wouldn't be able to place much value on this one.


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