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The treasure of Nagyszentmiklos.The gold treasure found in 1799 in Nagyszentmiklos (now Sinicolaul in Roumania)consists of 23 pure gold vessels weighing a total of 10 kg.A cross on a gold plate dates the treasure from the time of Christianization of Bulgars.

The treasure of Nagyszentmiklos.The gold treasure found in 1799 in Nagyszentmiklos (now Sinicolaul in Roumania)consists of 23 pure gold vessels weighing a total of 10 kg.A cross on a gold plate dates the treasure from the time of Christianization of Bulgars.

Fantasy Coin, LLC creates high quality coins based on fictional places.  We create exclusive designs for use as board game accessories, for RP, LARP, or just for fun!  We also seek to gain licensing agreements with film and game publishers to bring their fictional currencies to life.

Fantasy Coin, LLC creates high quality coins based on fictional places. We create exclusive designs for use as board game accessories, for RP, LARP, or just for fun! We also seek to gain licensing agreements with film and game publishers to bring their fictional currencies to life.

Extremely Rare Gold & Silver Lime Box (Killotaya) set with Rubies & Garnets  Kandy, Sri Lanka (cf. The Regalia of the King of Kandy)  18th century or earlier

From the archive on Michael Backman's website: Extremely Rare Gold & Silver Lime Box (Killotaya) set with Rubies & Garnets Kandy, Sri Lanka (cf. The Regalia of the King of Kandy) century or earlier

Legend Numismatics

Legend Numismatics

14k White Gold Modernized Vintage Style Engagement Ring by VOLISA, $1900.00

White Gold Modernized Vintage Style Engagement Ring with Black Diamonds Item #

"Anglo Saxon bracteate from end of the 7th century or the beginning of the 8th century AD, Canterbury, UK"  Not sure a piece like this would generally be labeled a bracteate, but it is magnificent! Also, sadly wasn't able to find any more information about it...

Anglo-Saxon bracteate from end of the century or the beginning of the century AD, made of gold and found in Canterbury, England.

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