Shekel of tyre dating
These are not dates that a modern collector will be familiar with, so you won't see a coin explicitly dated 100 B. The Seleucid era was so popular that it was used in other kingdoms, and even was used long after the Seleucids had left the scene.
Other popularly used eras include the Actian (year 1 being 31 B.
The Shekel of Tyre was the main silver coin used in Judea during the time of the Temple and the New Testament.
The only distinguishing mark that I could see is the word CHESTNUT going around the small hole in the center on the side shown in photo 1. It has some of a tint to it like it can be copper or bronze.. The woman statue is about 8 feet tall and turtle statue is about 3 feet. Michael says: Found this in a old house I cleaned out it was in the ww2 vets belongings,none magnetic, I believe it's silver has a u,small heart, swastika,and what appears to be a four leaf clover on it no other markings and I believe it's a cuff I have a few spoons with the Christofle mark inside the lip of the bowl. I've taken so many pictures of it that my brain is frazzled and near to just deleting any and all aspects of these spoons! I used a macro lens and have made sure the pix are as you would view them (in the same direction as the Christofle mark). THNX FOR EVERYTHING Thomas Caffall says: That would appear to be a plumb bob. Attached is a photo of one MATT SAYS: I found these in my local river and am interested to see what they are. Description of picture 2 and 3: A flat, metal coin with what seems to be oriental symbols.It's pretty hard to see but I looked at it under a microscope and I'm pretty sure that's what it says. Any help on finding out what it could be is greatly appreciated...thank you!! Mike Evert says: Hi there, I recently purchased these at an estate sale. If you or any of your helpers could be so kind as to help me I would be extremely appreciative because it's driving me bonkers! Sincerely and expectantly Madden wants to know what this object is, He says: so the big one is 9'2 centimeters in length and 4'5 centimeters in width. One picture is the front of the coin while the other picture is the back. There is a square cut out of the middle Description of picture 1: A gold, metal triangle with a circle cut out of the middle.COURTNEY SAYS: Hello, I found this washed up on a beach along the intracoastal waterway today near the NC/SC border . The green stone/resin is like an eyeball with an iris and pupil. the small one is 5'8 centimeters in lenth and 3'5 in width. There is a star on each corner with a line between each star. If anyone could give me any information about this piece it would be greatly appreciated. The symbolism is political, and indicative of some of the far right organisations pre ww2.The axe and rods are of course the fasces, the ancient symbol of the authority of the roman consul of chastisement and death over the people who elected him. The fasces were used by the Italian fascists in the same way the swastika was used by the Nazis.Another indication that this is 20 th C is the two items superimposed by the fasces, one of these appears to be a shovel. Fascism is poorly understood in the contemporary world and is usually equated with Nazism. The symbolism describes the underlying idea of fascism; a partnership between worker, business, church and state. The stars are a mystery and the head appears to have the look of the American personification of liberty, possibly a medal issued by one of the obscure far right North American political movements of the 19th C Cheers, Richard Wendy says: Hi there, My dad goes metal detecting and has for years and he finds all kinds of things around the Indiana/Ohio area, with his finds being concentrated around the rivers/canals/portage areas.
Though various numbering systems were used to represent the regnal years, the most common was the use of Greek letter(s) with known translations into numbers.