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ONE - AUTHENTIC ANCIENT ROMAN Bronze COIN. 1700 Years Old. VARIOUS QUALITY

  • ONE - ANCIENT ROMAN BRONZE COIN. 1700 years old
  • Various Ancient Roman Coins Available.
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  • NEW COLLECTIBLE = ONE COIN From the British Museum.
ONE COIN - ANCIENT ROMAN BRONZE COIN.
approximately 1700 years old.
Various Amazon Vendors selling ONE Ancient Roman Bronze Coin. Purchase is Covered By Amazons A to Z Guarantee.
Ancient Coin House - I now offer coins from the British Museum. The Grassmoor Hoard.
See this link for the British Museum Treasure Report:
http://www.fotoshack.us/fotos/51571grassmoor.jpg
Orders for "Collectible - NEW" will be Coins Identified by The British Museum.

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Bronze metal clay is the natural next choice for the large silver metal clay market; it’s far less expensive, so crafters can expand their creativity creating larger-scale pieces. As a member of the Technical Support Team for Rio Grande (a huge online distributor of jewelry supplies), Yvonne Padilla is an expert at answering crafters’ questions about bronze. In addition to providing step-by-step instructions for 30 projects, she explains how bronze differs from silver clay, how to work with it, and how to attain the lovely verdigris patina that only bronze has. An inspirational gallery and a trouble shooting section complete the fantastic package.