Tag Archive | Coins

Archaeological Words #3

Did you know that instead of ‘Heads or Tail’s We should really be saying ‘Obverse or Reverse’. The obverse is the side of a coin with an issuer’s mark or head of a given state/empire/revolution on it. Its reverse side usually includes an image of something related to said ruler, or an icon of religious, social, personal, economic, or aesthetic significance. 

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