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Found these 3, one very clear easy i d one the smallest bronze, the other two really struggling with any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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Nice coins, someone with more knowledge should be along shortly.
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Thanks Dave, this is the best hobby ever!
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AE 4 Constantinople commemorative & AE3/Victory. Some decent pics would help the cause! :pulling hair out:
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Thanks allectus, struggling with photos hopefully these are better think greener/poorer detail coin is earlier? Seems to be mainly 4th century but know site in occupation from early invasion
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Second set of pics: First one looks a bit on the barbarous side and the second could be Valens (or possibly one of the Valentinians).
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Gallienus for the Ant.

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Thank you kindly, am in awe of such great knowledge
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