‘Mamma was ever so proud of me when we left home that morning. Nanny dressed me up in the fancy new clothes we bought last week and we all fellt happy and cheerful. In the car Mamma, Nanny and our chauffeur Tom even sang a song for me. But on the doorstep of the photographer’s studio I suddenly felt this enormous urge. I felt like my bladder would explode. The photographer kindly gave nanny a bag to put my clothes in and offered to take a picture of me in my birthday suit, but Mamma politely refused. Than the man gave nanny some sort of a little, white blanket she wrapped around me. She said I looked like a Little Roman emperor and we all laughed. And that’s when the photographer shot this picture of me.’
Generally speaking the lower condition coins are more common in any uncleaned coin lots. That being said Medium Quality Roman coins are pretty frequent in our un cleaned Hoards. Medium quality means they might have one clear side and one worn side but all of these coins should be attributable to an “average” collector.
Unlike the medium quality Roman coins, these all have some visible detail but would not likely be attributable by an “average person”. They show signs of excessive wear during ancient use or have not lasted the tests of time before being discovered and cleaned. A Numeralist can often identify coins with a very few remaining details though. The generally poor quality of materials used in late Roman times means that unfortunately a good deal of them end up like this even when discovered in desert conditions.
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