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ROMAN EMPIRE AE-3 Valens AD 364-378 Siscia Mint (Excellent Portrait)

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Constans : FEL TEMP REPARATIO : From Hoard

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(1) 330AD Ancient Roman Empire (Constantine The Great) Coin
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ROMAN EMPIRE CONSTANTIUS II AE III ANTIOCH
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Ancient Roman coins found in North America and East Asia to Japan and India

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925 Sterling Silver Chinese Ancient Coin Coinage Round Dangle Hook Earrings 1.1” Luck and Weath

925 Sterling Silver Chinese Ancient Coin Coinage Round Dangle Hook Earrings 1.1'' Luck and Weath

  • Weight: 3.4 g
  • Size : 1.3 x 2.7 cm
  • Marked .925 Sterling Silver
  • Packaging: Black Velvet Pouch
These beautiful sterling silver earrings would be a wonderful addition to any wardrobe. The included black velvet pouch makes it the perfect gift for someone special. Made from high quality .925 sterling silver. The Chinese coins used in the practice of feng shui (pronounced "fung shway") are considered to be the most powerful manifesting tools for attracting wealth, prosperity, and endless fortune, especially those from the extremely auspicious Qing (pronunciation similar to the English word "c

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10- ANCIENT DIRTY ROMAN COINS APROX 150BC-450AD – Gold and Silver possible

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COLLECTION OF 10 SLABBED ANCIENT ROMAN CONSTANTINE THE GREAT COINS c. 330 A.D.

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ERIC II Encyclopedia Roman & Byzantine Coins NEW REFERENCE BOOK
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Roman Æ2 coin of THEODOSIUS 379-395 AD

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Ancient Roman Bronze Colonial Coin of Elagabalus 300 AD
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Ancient Chinese Coins Knife Money Replica Set of 6

Ancient Chinese Coins Knife Money Replica Set of 6

  • 1.5"L to 4.5"L by 1"W
  • product description on packaging written in Chinese
  • metal
This interesting reproduction set of Chinese coins are replicas of various forms of money used in Ancient China, from approximately 600-200 B.C. Each shape was used during a specific dynasty and locale. The shapes are generally referred to as "knife money" or "spade money" depending on its shape. This set of ancient Chinese coin reproductions is useful for teaching children about the history of coins, money and commerce.

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eBay Invites all Indians to Celebrate the Spirit of India — Love it, Live it, Salute it, this Independence Day

Mumbai (PRWEB) August 4, 2007

eBay India, India’s leading online marketplace, is celebrating India’s sixtieth anniversary of Independence with a unique campaign – Spirit of India. Spirit of India, is targeted to all Indians who would like to celebrate this historic milestone by owning an item of historical interest. The Spirit of India campaign, a unique showcase of exciting memorabilia and items of historical interest alongside a range of things truly Indian, starts today and will continue until August 16, 2007.

The eBay Spirit of India campaign (http://www.ebay.in/independence) displays many hundreds of products of historic interest and has a motif of a torch flaming with the Indian tricolours. Divided into four main themes, the campaign is sure to ignite the patriotism of every Indian. The “Collector’s Paradise” theme showcases rare coins & notes as well as pre-independence era stamps. The “Independence Memorabilia” theme showcases rare Gandhi & Nehru memorabilia as well as old records. The “India Pride” lists art, sculpture, handicrafts & ethnic apparel. The “Classics Corner” theme showcases classic books and movies.

Commenting on eBay’s initiative Deepa Thomas, Manager-Corporate Communications said, “We at eBay salute the strength and spirit of India that is undying, colourful and united. It is in honour of this attribute that we have created a special section of listings to provide an opportunity to everyone to get a piece of the India they love.”

A host of sellers have listed historic items on eBay. Mr. B G Tonde, one of the eBay sellers, has philatelic experience of around 30 years and has listed ancient coins and documents. Mr. Tonde said, “I am delighted that eBay has created this section. As I am an avid collector of rare Indian coins and documents, I will be listing these precious pieces on sale on eBay for all those who share my passion. I do hope Indians come enthusiastically forward to grab a slice of history.”

To check out the items on sale do log onto http://www.ebay.in/independence and reveal your true Indian colours.

eBay India (http://www.eBay.in), India’s leading online marketplace, is India’s biggest online trading community where anyone can sell or buy almost anything. eBay India is a trading platform offering auctions, fixed price and classifieds modes of person-to-person trading. There are a wide range of products listed on eBay India in an array of categories including Apparel & Accessories, Books & Magazines, Cameras & Optics, Cars & Bikes, Coins & Stamps, Computers & Peripherals, Consumer Electronics, Fitness & Sports, Health & Beauty, Hobbies & Collectibles, Home, Décor & Furnishings, Jewellery, Kitchen & Home Appliances. Mobiles & Accessories, Movies & Music, Musical Instruments, Services & Real Estate, Tools & Hardware , Toys, Games & Baby, Travel, Tickets & Vouchers, Video & Computer Games, Watches and Everything Else. eBay India is a 100% subsidiary of eBay Inc.

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Coin Collecting Becomes More Popular as Gold Tops $1,000 an Ounce

Springfield, MO (PRWEB) March 25, 2008

As the price of gold skyrockets and the economy falls into a recession, more people are taking up the hobby of collecting coins. And all the while, sites like CoinPeople.com and OmniCoin.com are reaping the benefits.

Five years ago, a gold coin weighing in at one ounce was worth $ 350 in gold alone. Now, thanks to skyrocketing gold prices and a falling dollar, that same gold coin is worth close to $ 1,000. With a return on investment like that, it’s no wonder that more and more people are taking up the hobby of collecting coins. And now, thanks to sites like CoinPeople.com (http://www.coinpeople.com) and OmniCoin.com (http://www.omnicoin.com), hobbyists everywhere are realizing that having a good collection can sometimes mean early retirement.

OmniCoin.com is a coin collecting community, which allows members to submit coin images to an online database. Just recently the site reached 50,000 coin images, making it one of the largest coin databases on the Internet. Because of it’s immense size, OmniCoin.com is popular with collectors wishing to display their treasures to a worldwide audience.

“OmniCoin.com has really brought together some wonderful people,” said spokesman Robert Bing. “Now it’s faster for collectors to find more information on a particular coin by simply uploading an image and letting the community look at it (as opposed to taking a trip to a brick and mortar shop).”

However, if it’s good old fashioned conversation a collector craves, they need look no further than CoinPeople.com, one of the largest and most popular coin collectors’ forums online. From banknotes, to ancient coins, to the latest gold prices, the forum sports conversations from all aspects of the collecting world.

“We’re seeing an influx in the amount of people want to start collections,” said Bing. “Coins are like real estate, most of the time they rise in value, as long as you hold on to them long enough. And they’re not only fun to collect, they’re a good investment (rare coins often outperform gold). Anyone looking for proof, just needs to look at the latest coin auction figures.”

For more information on OmniCoin.com and CoinPeople.com, please visit the following sites:

http://www.omnicoin.com

http://www.coinpeople.com

Contact Information:

Robert Bing

416-707-2599

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