Roman Siliqua Silver Coin Found with OKM's PI Detector
Detector: OKM Pulse Nova
Depth: 20 cm (0.66 ft)
Treasure hunters found with the OKM Pulse Nova in 7.8" (20 cm) depth this small Siliqua silver coin from the Roman Imperial period (Constantinus III 407-411). It has a diameter of 16 mm and weighs 1.55 g.
Very well preserved coins of this type are currently estimated at a value of about € 2,000.
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