Hoard Coins.com
On this page you can purchase coins by weight. We do not count out the coins, we simply keep picking until the order weight is
reached. We also do not sort the coins in order to guarantee you get a true mix of coins. We have done some sorting of the coins into
simple categories (Roman, Islamic etc.), but we also offer unsorted coins that contain a mix of types including some we do not currently
offer separately. Most coins have had some cleaning but you can clean them further if desired. To order any coins listed here
please
email us.
Coins By Weight
Roman Coins
Unsorted and unattributed just like many people like them. All kinds of obverses and reverses which should be great fun to identify.
Most seem to date from the 3rd and 4th century A.D. but who knows what else is in there. Average quality overall, some damaged in
antiquity, but the images show a good representative sample of what to expect. When we weighed out 100g it equated to about 75
coins. The images show typical specimens and the lot imaged weighed 208g. These coins are typically AE3 size.

We offer a CD-ROM of several old references in our
accessories section that we have found very useful in helping identify specimens.
Some will obviously require more recent and specialist publications (which are also still easy to find and not terribly costly) but there is a
lot of fun to be had sorting and identifying these coins.
Islamic Coins
This is another selection of unsorted and unattributed coins, this time belonging to Medieval Islamic rulers. All kinds of obverses
and reverses which should be great fun to identify. We have seen Umayyad, Abbasid, Malmuk and others in here.  Date wise we
have noted stuff from the 7th to 14th centuries so you get a great variety of rulers, mints and coin types. We have found coins from
the House of Saladin, the famous ruler during the crusades of the middle ages. We offer a CD-ROM of several old references in our
accessories section that we have found useful in helping identify specimens. Some will obviously require more recent and specialist
publications (which are also still easy to find and not terribly costly) but there is a lot of fun to be had sorting and identifying these
coins.

Good quality overall, some damaged in antiquity, but the images show a fair representative sample of what to expect. When we
weighed out 100g it equated to 42 coins. The images show typical specimens and the lot imaged weighed 174g.
Greek Seleucid Coins
Unsorted and unattributed ancient Greek coins. Most are Seleucid although the odd Roman and Greek states may have crept in.
The majority date to the 1st and 2nd century B.C. and show clear evidence of being heavily used. Some retain decent details,
others are probably blank, but they are still good representative of the smallest Greek coins (both in physical size and
denomination). We have seen coins of Antiochus III and IV in this lot bearing reverses showing Apollo standing with his bow behind
him.

We have placed a modern penny in the image (UK and USA pennies are the same size) to indicate how small these coins actually
are. The images show a fair representative sample of what to expect and as they are worn they are priced accordingly. When we
weighed out 50g it equated to 40 coins.
Roman Half Centenionalis (Nummus)
Another group of unsorted and unattributed coins. This time it looks like all the coins are of the smallest Roman denomination - the
nummus. These tiny coins were first introduced in 379 AD and really are tiny. All kinds of obverses and reverses are present, which
should be great fun to identify. Decent quality overall, some damaged in antiquity, but the images show a good representative sample
of what to expect. To get these coins into a group we simply put them in a garden sieve so that only the smallest coins were included.
All the larger coins are in the preceding group.

We have place a modern penny in the image (UK and USA pennies are the same size) to indicate how small these coins actually are.
The images show a fair representative sample of what to expect and as some are worn they are priced accordingly. When we weighed
out a couple of 20g lots it equated to 20 coins per lot.
Seleucid Serrated Coins
Unsorted and unattributed ancient Greek coins from the Seleucid State. When Alexander the Great died his empire was divided
between his generals. Seleuceus was one of those generals and these coins were issued in his domain. Most of these coins can be
attributed to Antiochus III and date between 223 and 187 B.C. They are distinct as the have serrated edges, a characteristic seen in
some Seleucid coins. They show the laureate head of Antiochus on the obverse and Apollo standing on the reverse. These coins
do show plenty of wear from being in circulation for a long time but some details remain as can be seen in the images.

The images show a fair representative sample of what to expect and as they are worn they are priced accordingly. When we
weighed out a couple of 25g lots it equated to 10 or 11 coins per lot.
Please note quantities for all coins are limited and once sold we cannot guarantee when we will get any more
50 grams
(~35 coins)
£30
20 grams
(~20 coins)
£20
50 grams (~20 coins) £20
25 grams (~20 coins) £15
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Lower grade
100 grams  
£25 (not shown)
Lower grade 100 grams £20 (not shown)