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Coin Replicas, Inc., is a metallic art reproductionist of museum-quality, rare and ancient coins. As coin experts and historians, we specialize in replicas from the rarest and choicest Ancient Greek, Roman, Biblical and Colonial & Early American coins. Since 1955, our family’s reproduction methods have been highly regarded by connoisseurs, including rare coin collectors, art historians, and educators. Our coin art reproductions are uniquely beautiful and accurately detailed in comparison to their ancient originals. We achieve this quality by starting with the best casts and molds created by the late Peter Rosa, known as one of the greatest manufacturers of coin replications in the United States. We are dedicated to cultivating and maintaining the universal appreciation of artistic beauty in classical coinage. The purpose of our work is to make the art of the ancients available to the collector of all levels and means. We hope you find treasures of art and history on your visit to Coin Replicas.com. We supply coins to dealers, museums, schools, movie/TV productions, and can work on custom projects. We also have the capability of working in fine silver, sterling, bronze, copper, and gold. For more information on volume discounts or special projects you may need please contact us. Coin Collecting was the hobby that gave rise to Peter Rosa’s fascination with art, history and the development of his unique coin reproduction technique. Creating historic replica coins was his way of keeping history alive, because every coin has an interesting story to tell. Read more about coin collecting and Coin Replicas.
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