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« on: October 21, 2011, 12:53:15 PM »

Apologies for yesterdays photos. The oil lamps went out in the cave and we were on candle-power  Grin

Anyway, here are the four 'grots' that came up very close, and in a straight line from, Handyman's Antonininini silvers. I've posted in the Doc's section because I would like help identifying the bottom two. I can't find reference to the reverse motif anywhere. Both coins appear to have a shape resembling the Windows Icon with a pellet in the quadrants like some of the early medieval coins. The smaller of the two has just the upper left corner but seems strangely similar.

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