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@Sliopjbsail I’m providing you a link to Baldwin’s who specialise in ancient coins. @Draconicus is absolutely right that it is an image of Claudius Augustus on one side and Minerva the Goddess on the other. Just follow the link below and email hi-res images of the obverse and reverse sides of your coin to Baldwin’s. One of the deepest regrets that I have as a Silver Forum member is that a fellow member posted an ancient coin worth almost £800 which they thought was worthless. I was going to message him privately but lost sight of his post and name.

https://www.baldwin.co.uk/valuations/

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Lots of auction houses or coin dealers will also look at and sometimes value your coin without charging if you find Baldwin’s don’t reply or ask for a fee.  Just look for ancient coin auctions or dealers and valuations and you’ll find some.

As has also been mentioned a coin collecting forum would also be a better place to post than here.

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On 29/06/2019 at 01:36, Serendipity said:

@Sliopjbsail I’m providing you a link to Baldwin’s who specialise in ancient coins. @Draconicus is absolutely right that it is an image of Claudius Augustus on one side and Minerva the Goddess on the other. Just follow the link below and email hi-res images of the obverse and reverse sides of your coin to Baldwin’s. One of the deepest regrets that I have as a Silver Forum member is that a fellow member posted an ancient coin worth almost £800 which they thought was worthless. I was going to message him privately but lost sight of his post and name.

https://www.baldwin.co.uk/valuations/

Hey I took your advice and emailed them the other day. Baldwins replied this morning and said this:

 

“Thank you, this is a Copper AS of the Emperor Claudius and would be worth roughly £15-20 or thereabouts.”

 

Fantastic to know and I shall continue to cherish my old coin 

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