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Roman Historical Giftware
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Roman Coin Key-Ring 2.25 each
Roman Coin Key-Ring
Either a reproduction As or Dupondius coin supplied on a key chain.
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Roman Coin Pencil Topper - Gold Plated 3.90 each
Roman Coin Pencil Topper - Gold Plated
A gold plated pewter aureus of Augustus mounted on top of a black pencil with Roman numerals printed on it.
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Roman Coin Pencil Topper - Pewter 2.90 each
Roman Coin Pencil Topper - Pewter
A pewter reproduction denarius of Caesar mounted on top of a black pencil with Roman numerals printed on it.
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Roman Coin Pendant - Pewter 2.45 each
Roman Coin Pendant - Pewter
Pewter reproduction denarius coin supplied on a waxed cord. The information on the reverse of the card describes how coins were used to pay for goods and to communicate to the Roman population.
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Roman Coin Ring - Gold Plated 3.25 each
Roman Coin Ring - Gold Plated
A gold plated pewter Roman coin ring supplied in a clear blister on an information card which describes how important the images on Roman coins were.
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Roman Coin Ring - Pewter 2.75 each
Roman Coin Ring - Pewter
Pewter Roman coin ring supplied in a clear blister on an information card which describes how important the images on Roman coins were.
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Roman Coin Set 1 - The Invasion of Britain 3.75 each
Roman Coin Set 1 - The Invasion of Britain
Wallet type packaging with two reproduction coins held in blisters. On the inside and reverse information about Caesar's invasion of Britain and the Celtic tribes and the story of how coins were used as newspapers.
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Roman Coin Set 2 - The Romans in Britain 3.75 each
Roman Coin Set 2 - The Romans in Britain
Wallet type packaging with two reproduction coins held in blisters. On the inside and reverse information about Vespasian and his son Domitian's campaigns in Britain and the story of how coins were used as newspapers.
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