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A gold 'Crispus' thrymsa from the late 7th century, part of a hoard discovered in Suffolk in 1990.

A gold 'Crispus' thrymsa from the late 7th century, part of a hoard discovered in Suffolk in 1990.

Stater. Country, issuer: Asia Minor. City of Kizik. Date: 460 - 400s b.c. Material: electrum (a natural alloy of gold and silver). Technique: chased.

Stater. Country, issuer: Asia Minor. City of Kizik. Date: 460 - 400s b.c. Material: electrum (a natural alloy of gold and silver). Technique: chased.

Bracelet with Bust of Roma. Date: 400–450. Geography: Made in Rome. Culture: Byzantine. Medium: Gold. | © 2000–2015 The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Bracelet with Bust of Roma. Date: 400–450. Geography: Made in Rome. Culture: Byzantine. Medium: Gold. | © 2000–2015 The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Greek coin. Greek 490 - 323 B.C. Electrum | The Trustees of the British Museum.

Greek coin. Greek 490 - 323 B.C. Electrum | The Trustees of the British Museum.

(Turkey) Greek Electrum Stater. Cyzicus, Mysia, Turkey. ca 410 BCE- 330 BCE.

(Turkey) Greek Electrum Stater. Cyzicus, Mysia, Turkey. ca 410 BCE- 330 BCE.

Stater. Kyzikos (Turkey) Date: 410 - 330s BC 1998 - 2015 The State Hermitage Museum.

Stater. Kyzikos (Turkey) Date: 410 - 330s BC 1998 - 2015 The State Hermitage Museum.

G13 An Exceptional Greek Electrum Stater of Kyzikos (Mysia), a Forceful Portrait of Silenus by Ancient Art, via Flickr

G13 An Exceptional Greek Electrum Stater of Kyzikos (Mysia), a Forceful Portrait of Silenus by Ancient Art, via Flickr

Severus Alexander. 222-235AD. Gold. AUREUS. 6.45g. Rome

Severus Alexander. 222-235AD. Gold. AUREUS. 6.45g. Rome

CONOB on Reverse of Byzantine Gold Tremissis of Maurice Tiberius

CONOB on Reverse of Byzantine Gold Tremissis of Maurice Tiberius

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