Septimius Severus: The African Emperor of Rome
Septimius Severus used Roman coinage as a propaganda vehicle enthusiastically, employing themes of his supposed virtue, the Empire's security under him, and the importance of his wife Julia Domna and his two sons in the stability of...
Is it time to add ancient coins to the portfolio?
Now that rare U.S. gold coins are credibly established as an essential part of any precious metals portfolio, is it time to diversify into one of the most rapidly advancing areas of the rare coin market? Coins of ancient Greece and Rome,...
The "Southern Darling" of U.S. Coins
The 1846-Charlotte Quarter Eagle is among the most interesting and desirable of U.S. Coins, from its historical context to the minute details of its surface and die characteristics.
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