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Roman Coin Key-Ring
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The reproduction bronze plated Dupondius coin of Nero was struck between 54-68AD and shows the head of Nero on the obverse and Roma in military dress on the obverse.

The reproduction bronze plated As coin of Claudius was struck Circa 41-42 AD and shows the head of Claudius on the obverse and Minerva brandishing a javelin and holding a round shield on the obverse.

Each coin is supplied on a quality key-chain.

 
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