ANS's Greatest Coins

The Ostia Sestertius, Nero: Tyrant or Benefactor?
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The Ostia Sestertius, Nero: Tyrant or Benefactor?

Dr. Lucia Carbone examines a sestertius of Nero depicting a detailed representation of the important harbor of Ostia at the mouth of the Tiber. Coin featured in this episode: numismatics.org/collection/1954.203.155 The ANS’s Greatest Coins series examines coins in the American Numismatic Society’s collection, carefully selected for their historical fame.

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The ANS’s Greatest Coins: The 1804 Silver Dollar
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The ANS’s Greatest Coins: The 1804 Silver Dollar

The ANS’s Greatest Coins series examines coins in the American Numismatic Society’s collection, carefully selected for their historical fame….

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The ANS’s Greatest Coins: The Franc, more than a coin,...
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The ANS’s Greatest Coins: The Franc, more than a coin, a currency, and an orphan

The ANS’s Greatest Coins series examines coins in the American Numismatic Society’s collection, carefully selected for their historical fame….

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The ANS’s Greatest Coins: the first Athenian “Owl”. The dollar...
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The ANS’s Greatest Coins: the first Athenian “Owl”. The dollar of the ancient Greek world

The ANS’s Greatest Coins series examines coins in the American Numismatic Society’s collection, carefully selected for their historical…

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The ANS’s Greatest Coins: the Brasher Doubloon. An extremely interesting...
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The ANS’s Greatest Coins: the Brasher Doubloon. An extremely interesting and valuable rare coin

The ANS’s Greatest Coins series examines coins in the American Numismatic Society’s collection, carefully selected for their historical fame….

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The ANS’s Greatest Coins: the EID MAR denarius. A valuable...
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The ANS’s Greatest Coins: the EID MAR denarius. A valuable coin celebrating Caesar’s assassination

The ANS’s Greatest Coins series examines coins in the American Numismatic Society’s collection, carefully selected for their historical fame….

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