View Full Version : Gold Roman Coin - what is it worth?

16th July 2015, 10:37 PM
This coin and a couple of others in gold and silver are coming up for auction soon. 2 are roman coins, the others are modern coins from the last century.

What do you think the Roman ones could be worth? Starting with this one:

This image is likely to disappear sometime after the auction is done.

Auction notes:
Roman Gold Soldus Coin 4.49grams (AD 565 - 578) Justin - 11 EF Rare. C/V750

Another one:
Roman Gold Soldus Coin 4.41grams (AD 582 - 602) Maurice Tiberius EF Scarce. C/V750

16th July 2015, 10:44 PM
I own a couple Roman gold coins from around that Era. Back when gold was around $1400, I paid $450 for mine.

17th July 2015, 11:41 AM
They are a little bigger than 1/10 AGE's so around 150-175 gold value. Plus the historical and rarity. They will never go down in value.

They look priced 3x value at 600.00 ish.
Remember some modern coins are 4x value from new, (not that they retain their value)


The polish 7 oz silver globe, silver value @ 30.00 oz = 210.00 They are selling new for $900.00

For what it's worth....