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 Own Britain's rarest Roman coins – Inspected by The British Museum and later confirmed as Treasure
  • Struck and Lost Nearly 2000 years ago
  • Every coin unique, no two are the same
  • A selection of 5 original Roman Coins for £99
  • Authentic coins from the South Petherton Hoard
  • A cross-section of ancient Britain
  • Genuine Silver Roman Coins
  • FREE 36 Page Information Book included
£ 99
Original King Edward I Silver Penny from the 1877 Montrave Hoard - 1279-1307 Original King Edward I Silver Penny from the 1877 Montrave Hoard - 1279-1307 King Edward I Silver Penny from the 1877 Montrave Hoard
  • The coin comes safely encased in a slab which also displays its provenance and protects it from damage.
  • One of these coins would have been a day’s wage for a soldier.  The penny was worth a lot more then than it is now!
  • This is an amazing opportunity to own a coin from Britain's rich past.
£ 198
War and Peace in Ancient Rome Three Coin Set War and Peace in Ancient Rome: Three Silver Coin Set
This remarkable collection features silver coins bearing the likenesses of three of the most important gods of war and peace: Mars, Pax, and Victoria.
£ 450
Coins that built the Roman Empire Coins that built the Roman Empire
Eight hundred years of numismatic history brought together in one set
  • Set contains 2 Silver and 3 Bronze coins
  • Coins over 1600 years old from the 1st to the 4th century AD
  • Each coin is unique as they were hand-struck
  • Presented in a bespoke display box with certificate of authenticity 
  • Just 35 coin sets available
£ 350
The Coins of Roman London 3 Coin Set The Coins of Roman London 3 Coin Set
Three genuine Roman coins over 1,700 years old from the first London Mint. Struck between 315 and 325AD, these are some of the scarcest and most sought after Roman coins of the period. Preserved in excellent condition this set of three coins comes presented in a bespoke display box together with a Certificate of Authenticity. Some of the earliest coins ever made in Britain.  Each coin bears the special mark of the London Mint - PLN
£ 495