Numismatics

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Numismatics

The study of coins or the hobby of coin collecting. Numismatics often involves the study of the history of money and can be valuable to the study of economic history in general.
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If we were to partition Palestine based on the number of ancient coins that prove a connection to Jerusalem or Galilee, Israel would end up being the size of Gaza.
Saddar Police Station, Shahid Ishaq immediately reached the scene and took samples of ancient coins into custody.
Canavan called the Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism about the will, which paved the way for the return of the ancient coins to Turkey.
The SPS Museum houses a precious collection of archaeological excavations, ancient coins, seals, terracotta, inscriptions, paintings, shawls, stuffed birds and animals and silver and bronze utensils of different civilisations.
Jubilant grandad Reg, 70, and digging partner Richard, a customs officer in his 40s, hit the jackpot when they went back to the spot in a field where they had found a smaller haul of ancient coins in February.
I have a collection of thousands of year old coins, including Kushan, Chattrap, Maurya Sassanian, Guptas and all ancient coins," Sada said.
A silver coin from Emperor Shah Jehan's period and some other coins believed to be of the Mughal era are the oldest ones in the collection of Ibrahim, who is yet to get the value and age of many ancient coins assessed by experts.
Summary: Pieces from a huge collection of priceless ancient coins, jewellery and statuettes, looted from a bank vault in eastern Libya in the chaos of the rebellion against Moammar Gadhafi, have appeared in the local souq and are being taken abroad.
They have found statues, sphinxes, ancient coins, artwork, and even remnants of the palace of one of history's most famous women: Cleopatra.
coins, Ancient coins, Old comic books and collectible toys and vintage movie posters.
A very special exhibition opens in Jerusalem, revealing to the public all of the ancient coins uncovered at the foot of the Temple Mount.

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