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This pendant goes back, probably, to the 7th century AD, but the coin inside is a Roman Solidus showing the face of Emperor Valentinian II from the 4th century AD.

This pendant goes back, probably, to the 7th century AD, but the coin inside is a Roman Solidus showing the face of Emperor Valentinian II from the 4th century AD.

gold solidus coin of Leontius II

gold solidus coin of Leontius II

Incredible detail...Gold brooch found in Denmark and dated to the year one thousand (National Historical Museum in Stockholm). By Mararie. (CC BY-SA 3.0)

Incredible detail...Gold brooch found in Denmark and dated to the year one thousand (National Historical Museum in Stockholm). By Mararie. (CC BY-SA 3.0)

Romans,Pièce De Monnaie

Gold ring. "Chariot grave” of Orval (Manche). End of the Early La Tène period (around 300-250 BC).

Gold ring. "Chariot grave” of Orval (Manche). End of the Early La Tène period (around 300-250 BC).

Solidus featuring Basil I (obverse) with Constantine and Eudocia (reverse), A.D. 867 - 886

Solidus featuring Basil I (obverse) with Constantine and Eudocia (reverse), A.D. 867 - 886

Gold Stater. Lampsacus, Mysia (ca. 360–340 BC) Obv: Zeus with laurel crown l.

Gold Stater. Lampsacus, Mysia (ca. 360–340 BC) Obv: Zeus with laurel crown l.

Pièces D'or,Empereur,Scellés,Romans

An ancient gold stater from the City of Kyrene, modern day Libya. Minted under one of Alexander the Great's closest friends and allies, Ophellas while acting as governor under Ptolemy I. Struck 322 - 313 B.C.

An ancient gold stater from the City of Kyrene, modern day Libya. Minted under one of Alexander the Great's closest friends and allies, Ophellas while acting as governor under Ptolemy I. Struck 322 - 313 B.C.

Product Details: ID10454 - Erez Ancient Coin Jewelry - ownapieceofhistory.biz

Product Details: ID10454 - Erez Ancient Coin Jewelry - ownapieceofhistory.biz

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