How much are Roman coins worth?

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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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Worthless generally dude, as so many were made. If it turns out to ba of importance you will find it belong to the state (Government) Any musuem will help you find it's value. Ps
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