Rome 137 bc denarius. This is one of the first coins I owned. It shows the shepherd Faustulus who found and raised Romulus and Remus after the she-wolf. The x on all these denarii is the Roman numeral 10.
Patch issued by the 45th LCSS Support Squadron for mission launched aboard a United Launch Alliance (ULA) AtlasV-401 rocket to place the 10th in a series of 12 new GPS satellites in orbit. The satellite is named Antares, after the brightest star in the Constellation Scorpius which is also ofter referred to "the heart of the scorpion" . The Roman numeral 10 (X) refers to the 10th satellite in the constellation of 12 GPS satellites to be placed in orbit. The star glows red just as it does…
A Fabergé silver and enamel clock, workmaster Henrik Wigström, St Petersburg, 1903-1908 circular, the ground enamelled in translucent steel blue over wavy sunburst engine-turning within leaf tip borders, the ivory back inscribed with Roman numeral 10 and N.K. from V.B., silver strut, in original Fabergé fitted case, struck with workmaster's initials and Fabergé in Cyrillic, scratched inventory number 14564, 91 and 88 standards
Antique Sapphire and Diamond 'X' Pin, he perfect gift for a perfect 10! An eight-pointed Maltese Cross, a traditional symbol of regeneration, is rendered in vibrant blue calibre sapphires on a sparkling white diamond background measuring 1 inch in diameter. Floating in the center is the Roman numeral 10 (or X marks the spot). This unique treasure is expertly hand crafted in platinum over gold and dates back to the early-twentieth century Edwardian period.
A Fabergé silver and enamel clock, workmaster Henrik Wigström, St Petersburg, 1903-1908. Circular, the ground enamelled in translucent steel blue over wavy sunburst engine-turning within leaf tip borders, the ivory back inscribed '10' and 'N.K. from V.B.' Provenance: Given by Princess Victoria of Battenberg to her Lady-in-Waiting, Nona Kerr, in recognition of ten years of loyal service.