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Mythic Treasures in Cannon Beach
Published: 10/03/2017
Ancient Greek and Roman treasure coins at Cannon Beach Treasure Co.
Ancient Greek and Roman treasure coins at Cannon Beach Treasure Co.

Cannon Beach Treasure Company introduces their Legends line of ancient Greek and Roman treasure coin jewelry. With coins dating between 400 BC and 100 AD in sterling silver and 18K gold pendants, you can choose your favorite mythic creature, god or goddess in a wearable one-of-a-kind heirloom piece of history. Each comes with a detailed Certificate of Authenticity and history. Genuine ancient coin pendants start at $149, as pictured in 18K gold $1290. Cannon Beach Treasure Co., 148 N Hemlock St., Cannon Beach, Oregon (503) 436-1626

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