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Specializing in Ancient Roman Coins that are over 1500 years old. Offering both cleaned and un-cleaned coins.
http://www.raggededgecoins.com/
Portraits of roman emperors and families (women)on coins and sculptures, coins on provinces, buildings, victories, countermarks, legions, roman officials, military diploma, military equipment and armour.
http://www.romancoins.info/
This site displays reviews of coins of the Roman Republican Era. A brief description of relevant events in Roman history during the year a coin was minted is also provided.
http://www.romanrepublicancoins.com/
Offers tools to identify Roman coins; including, legend search, a type match photo tool, a portrait gallery of emperors, mintmark list, databases, and a discussion forum.
http://www.romancoin.info/
This site is dedicated to the study of the Roman Emperor Severus Alexander and his coinage.
http://www.severusalexander.com/
Specializes in ancient coins. All coins are personally inspected by David R. Sear and are lifetime guaranteed to be genuine.
http://www.sigmacoins.com/
Specializing in the sale of ancient coins.
http://www.sigmacoins.com/
Welcome to Some Old Coins.
http://www.someoldcoins.org/
Site about pre-Christian Celtic history and modern Druidry, with a nice emphasis on Celtic coins.
http://www.kernunnos.com/
Established in this business for over twenty years, offering high quality coins and antiquities from the ancient and medieval world.
http://www.tomcederlind.com/
Offering Roman coins for sale.
http://www.trajancoins.com/
UK based dealer offering ancient Roman, Greek and Byzantine coins.
http://www.ulpiacoins.com/
Site offers uncleaned coins and instructions on cleaning them.
http://holyempirecoins.com/
Buying and selling ancient coins including Celtic, Roman and Hammered.
http://www.vosper4coins.co.uk/
Lists Roman coins both by Sear catalogue numbers and roman emperors, giving reference to the Roman Imperial Coins catalogue (RIC).
http://www.wildwinds.com/