Kays, Tom
September 2009
Virginia Numismatist;Fall2009, Vol. 45 Issue 4, p8
The article focuses on the manufacturing of counterfeit coins for collectors. It says that the deception made by counterfeiters targeting coin collectors is a very old practice which became a challenge to typical coin buyers. It says that the most costly and rare modern coins are the ones which are tempting to counterfeiters which include a coin of the Roman Emperor Augustus, the coins of the Roman Emperor Diocletian.


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