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Ancient Greek Coins were usually made out of Silver. They were put into Iron molds to be shaped though. Each city state had a different symbol on their coin, though. For example, Athens ad an owl on the front of their coin while Corinth had a pegasus (a flying horse).

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Basically, Roman coins were made of gold, silver and bronze. The amount of the pure metal varied with the times.

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Bronze, Silver and Gold (maybe some other metals also, but i think these were the main ones)

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it was made by shredded jewelry made of gold

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Did they make Roman coins in factories?

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