How much are Roman coins worth?

Answer

The price of Roman coins depends on their types. The aureus is the most valued being more than 99% pure gold. The silver coins are the second most valued followed by bronze coins.
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Whatever someone's willing to pay for it! The price of an object relies on a number of factors; How desirable it is. Its condition. Current market level. While Roman coins have value
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Coins are generally unique to their country of origin. A United States penny is not the same as a British or Canadian penny. The coins of different nations come in a variety of denominations
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The first link shows similar coins of Mark Antony, but I have to tell you ancient coins are not as round as yours and do not have as much of a raised rim as yours. I recommend you
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I found ancient roman coins for about $30.00, including
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