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Coins of the Bible, Set Two
Minted from originals, these accurate looking and maybe more important, feeling, coins are as close as you can get to trading the actual currency from eras gone by. All coins are solid cast metal with accurate patina, thickness and weight. Perfect for teachers, re-enactors, collectors and children. Made in the USA. Coins of the Bible Set Two covers 66 A.D.–133 A.D. and includes Dilepton Simon Nasi, Shekel, Judea Capta  Vespasian, Denarius, Quarter Shekel and Shekel Bar Kochba.
Coins of the Bible, Set One
Minted from originals, these accurate looking and maybe more important, feeling, coins are as close as you can get to trading the actual currency from eras gone by. All coins are solid cast metal with accurate patina, thickness and weight. Perfect for teachers, re-enactors and collectors. Made in the USA. Coins of the Bible Set One covers 37 B.C.–37 A.D. and includes Herod The Great, Shekel of Tyre, Herod Antipas, Stater of Antioch, Widow’s Mite and Tribute Penny Tiberius.
Stones' "Arms & Armor" Book
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George Cameron Stones' book is widely considered to be the definitive work on the subject of arms and armor. "A Glossary of the Construction, Decoration and Use of Arms and Armor in All Countries and in All Times" is an indispensable resource and reference tool for anyone interested in arms and armor. Originally published in 1934, it remains an essential guide to the field. To describe the worldwide range and variety of weaponry, Stone drew upon the more than 4,000 items in his private collection of Eastern arms and armor, as well as the European arms collection of New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art and a variety of other sources. Web Only.
Roman Gladius Letter Opener
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This Roman Gladius letter opener is the perfect functional accent to any home or office decor. Crafted in steel, it is a small version of a full-size sword and represents a style unique to its own time in history. Comes with its own stand and is packaged in a beautiful box. 6-1⁄4" overall.
Replica Gold Doubloon Coins
With the conquest of Mexico in 1519, the Spanish put the native Indians to work mining gold and silver. This set has four gold doubloons, marked with the seals of King Philip V and minted in the year 1736. Minted in the US from actual coins currently in private collections. Great for teachers, students, or that finishing touch for your costume!