The history of coins extends from ancient times to the present, and is related to economic history, the history of minting technologies, the history shown by the images on coins, and the history of coin collecting. Coins are still widely used for monetary and other purposes. Coins were not invented until well after the Phrygian kingdom collapsed. There were some pre-coin types, with no recognisable image, used in the Ionian city of Miletus and the island of Samos but it is noteworthy that the coins from Cyme, when first circulated around 600-550 BC, utilised the symbol of the horse - tying them to the house of Agamemnon and the glory of the Greek victory over Troy.
1. Vima Kushan Coin - approximately 90–100 CE
2. Stater Greece Coin - circulated from the 8th century BC to AD 50.
3. Agnimitra Panchala Coin - approximately 75-50 BCE
4. Karkota Coin - approximately 625 - 885 CE
5. Danujamarddana Silver Coin - approximately 1417 CE
6. Jahangir Zodiacal Coin
7. Roman Gold Coin - approximately 27 BC – 395 AD
8. Emperor Tiberius Denarius Coin
9. Marcus Aurelius Coin - From Rasiel's Roman Coin Collection
10. Veneti Coin - 1st century BCE
11. Carthaginian Coin - approximately 310–290 BC