Magnesia ad Maeandrum, , c. 350 - 320 B.C.
Magnesia ad Maeandrum was an inland city of , located on a small tributary of the Maeander River about 12 miles southeast of .GS76093. Silver , 5996; p. 159, 11; 414 ff. var. (different magistrate); 809 var. (same), VF, attractive , , on a , 1.614 g, maximum 11.3 mm, 90o, Magnesia ad Maeandrum mint, c. 350 - 320 B.C.; Cavalryman on horseback prancing right, wearing helmet, , and , holding couched spear; bull butting left atop Maeander pattern, MAΓN above, stalk of grain right, MIKYQOS (magistrate's name) below; $135.00 (€120.15)
Bulgarian, Imitative of Alexis III, Aspron , c. 1204 - 1220 A.D.
Greek magnates in probably issued the earliest "Bulgarian" imitative types in the years immediately following the fall of Constantinople to finance their military operations against the in northern . When the Bulgarians gained control of they continued production until sometime between 1215 and 1220, with issues becoming increasingly crude and smaller.BZ79669. , , p. 218, C, pl. 25, 2(B) (imitative of 2012 of Alexis III, 1195 - 1203 A.D. ), VF, , 2.848 g, maximum 26.5 mm, 180o, + KεRO HΘεI, , beardless of Christ, wearing tunic and , raising right in , scroll in left; ΛΛEΣIW ∆ECΠ Θ TW KOMNHNW (or similar), emperor, on left, and St. Constantine, on right, standing facing, each holds a headed and they hold a between them; Constantine the Great on the !; $36.00 (€32.04)
Roman Republic, Cotta, 105 B.C.
Vulcan is the divinity of the forge and therefore symbolic of the striking of money.RR74376. Silver
, 314/1b, 577, 21, 191 var. (control), F, 3.24 g, maximum 20.3 mm, 40o, Rome mint, 105 BC; draped of Vulcan right, wearing a laureate , tongs and
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