Forgeries of Roman denarii offered through mailing lists
This page is dedicated to educate people about the counterfeits offered on as inexpensive genuine Roman denarii by a person or persons using such aliases as
Dr. Kalinov, thracian_kotys, kotys@ziplip.com
as well as several different guises. Generally the prices he offers will correspond well to those listed in Sear, but the way the offer is presented will already tip most careful buyers off. Most of the obverse portraits are suspect, and the reverses are perhaps even more so, when compared to their genuine equivalents.

            
front
back
From top left to right the prices offered by this scam artist are:

 1.  Lucius Verus  - marked as "sold"
 2.  Maximianus - $820,-
 3.  Antoninus Pius - $210,-
 4.  Marcus Aurelius - $240,-
 5.  Severus Alexander - $220,-
 6.  Hadrian - $200,-
 7.  Maximianus - $825,-
 8.  Hadrian - $230,-
 9.  Macrinus - $650,-
10. Augustus $235,-
11. Julius Caesar - $1080,-
12. Eligabalus (sic) - $230,-