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HUN_Kalman_Huszar_32_var.JPG
Huszár 32 var.; Toth-Kiss 11.2 var. sigla a2.1/13; Unger 33 var.; Réthy I 40 var.; Frynas H.9.10 var.; Adamovszky A48 var.; Kovács pp. 167 ff130 viewsHungary. Kálmán/Coloman the Bookish (1095-1116)

AR denar (average .46 g., 11-12.5 mm.), .50 g., 11.70 mm. max., 90°

Obv: + CALMAN RE, King's head facing.

Rev: LADLAVS RE (decaying legend), cross without wedges.

Struck in Esztergom. Struck ca. 1105 (per Gyöngyössy, whose dating has not been accepted by later catalogers and appears to be speculative). Hóman hypothesized that the chronology of Coloman’s coinage can be determined via the progressively diminishing average weights of the emissions. By this hypothesis, this emission is ranked 5/15, and was struck toward the middle of Coloman’s reign.

Huszár rarity 10, Toth-Kiss rarity 25, Unger rarity 50, Frynas rarity N. This coin is an unrecorded "very rare" variety in which there are no wedges between the arms of the cross on the reverse, as confirmed by József Géza Kiss via personal email communication on December 14, 2018.

Ladislaus/László I (1077-1095) was canonized in 1192. His name typically appeared, albeit in an increasingly decaying form, on the reverse of 12th century emissions such as this.
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HUN_Kalman_Huszar_32.jpg
Huszár 32; Toth-Kiss 11.2 sigla h1.1/51; Unger 33; Réthy I 40; Frynas H.9.10; Adamovszky A48; Kovács pp. 167 ff32 viewsHungary. Kálmán/Coloman the Bookish (1095-1116)

AR denar (average .46 g., 11-12.5 mm.), .29 g., 12.08 mm. max.

Obv: + CALMAN RE, King's head facing.

Rev: LADLAVS RE (decaying legend), cross with wedges.

Struck in Esztergom. Struck ca. 1105 (per Gyöngyössy, whose dating has not been accepted by later catalogers and appears to be speculative). Hóman hypothesized that the chronology of Coloman’s coinage can be determined via the progressively diminishing average weights of the coins. By this hypothesis, this emission is ranked 5/15, and was struck toward the middle of Coloman’s reign.

Huszár rarity 10, Toth-Kiss rarity 25, Unger rarity 50, Frynas rarity N.

Ladislaus/László I (1077-1095) was canonized in 1192. His name typically appeared, albeit in an increasingly decaying form, on the reverse of 12th century emissions such as this.
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HUN_Kalman_Huszar_33.JPG
Huszár 33; Toth-Kiss 11.3 sigla c1.6/26; Unger 27; Réthy I 41; Frynas H.9.4; Adamovszky A46; Kovács pp. 168 ff46 viewsHungary. Kálmán/Coloman the Bookish (1095-1116)

AR denar (average .50 g., 13.5-14 mm.), .40 g., 14.19 mm. max., 0°

Obv: + CALMAN RE (with a retrograde N), four small crosses around a central point.

Rev: LADLAV RE (decaying legend), cross with wedges.

Struck in Esztergom. Struck ca. 1097-1105 (per Gyöngyössy, whose dating has not been accepted by later catalogers and appears to be speculative). Hóman hypothesized that the chronology of Coloman’s coinage can be determined via the progressively diminishing average weights of the emissions. By this hypothesis, this emission is ranked 2/15, and was struck at the beginning of Coloman’s reign.

Huszár rarity R1, Toth-Kiss rarity 50, Unger rarity 50 DM, Frynas rarity N.

Ladislaus/László I (1077-1095) was canonized in 1192. His name typically appeared, albeit in an increasingly decaying form, on the reverse of 12th century emissions such as this.
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HUN_Kalman_Huszar_34.JPG
Huszár 34; Toth-Kiss 11.5 sigla c1.6/54; Unger 30; Réthy I 42; Frynas H.9.7; Adamovszky A49; Kovács pp. 169 ff40 viewsHungary. Kálmán/Coloman the Bookish (1095-1116)

AR denar (average .41 g., 10-11 mm.), . 39g., 10.55 mm. max.

Obv: + CAL–MAN, Three crosses with balls.

Rev: LADLAV RE (decaying legend), cross with wedges.

Struck in Esztergom. Struck ca. 1105-1116 (per Gyöngyössy, whose dating has not been accepted by later catalogers and appears to be speculative). Hóman hypothesized that the chronology of Coloman’s coinage can be determined via the progressively diminishing average weights of the emissions. By this hypothesis, this emission is ranked 11/15, and was struck at the end of Coloman’s reign.

Huszár rarity 10, Toth-Kiss rarity 20, Unger rarity 60 DM, Frynas rarity N.

Ladislaus/László I (1077-1095) was canonized in 1192. His name typically appeared, albeit in an increasingly decaying form, on the reverse of 12th century emissions such as this.
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HUN_Kalman_Huszar_35.JPG
Huszár 35; Toth-Kiss 11.6 sigla a2.12/20; Unger 26; Réthy I 43; Frynas H.9.2; Adamovszky A50; Kovács pp. 170 ff65 viewsHungary. Kálmán/Coloman the Bookish (1095-1116)

AR denar (average: .42 g., 11-13 mm.), .43 g., 12.15 mm. max., 0°

Obv: + CA–LA–MA–RE (per Huszár, Réthy, Frynas and Adamovsky) or LA-BV-HA-RE (per Toth-Kiss and Gyöngyössy), Cross with twice-crossed arms, wedges at the ends.

Rev: + LADLISLAVS RE, cross with wedges.

Struck in Esztergom. Struck ca. 1097-1105 (per Gyöngyössy, whose dating has not been accepted by later catalogers and appears to be speculative). Hóman hypothesized that the chronology of Coloman’s coinage can be determined via the progressively diminishing average weights of the emissions. By this hypothesis, this emission is ranked 10/15, and was struck toward the end of Coloman’s reign.

Huszár rarity R1, Toth-Kiss rarity 25, Unger rarity 40, Frynas rarity N.

Ladislaus/László I (1077-1095) was canonized in 1192. His name typically appeared, albeit in an increasingly decaying form, on the reverse of 12th century emissions such as this.
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HUN_Kalman_Huszar_37_var.JPG
Huszár 37 var.; Toth-Kiss 11.7 var. sigla --; Unger 28 var.; Réthy I 45 var.; Frynas H.9.5 var.; Adamovszky A52 var.; Kovács pp. 171 ff58 viewsHungary. Kálmán/Coloman the Bookish (1095-1116)

AR denar (average: .50 g., 12-13.5 mm.), .39 g., 12.59 mm. max.

Obv: + COLVMBANVS RE (bungled legend), Cross.

Rev: + LADISLAVS RE (decaying legend), cross with wedges.

Huszár rarity 8, Toth-Kiss rarity 25, Unger rarity 35, Frynas rarity N. This is a variant with a bungled obverse legend and a larger cross on the obverse. It is neither described nor depicted in any of the catalogs and is possibly a contemporary counterfeit, per personal email communication with József Géza Kiss on December 14, 2018.

Ladislaus/László I (1077-1095) was canonized in 1192. His name typically appeared, albeit in an increasingly decaying form, on the reverse of 12th century emissions such as this.
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HUN_Kalman_Huszar_37.JPG
Huszár 37; Toth-Kiss 11.7 sigla a1b1.4/74; Unger 28; Réthy I 45; Frynas H.9.5; Adamovszky A52; Kovács pp. 171 ff50 viewsHungary. Kálmán/Coloman the Bookish (1095-1116)

AR denar (average: .50 g., 12-13.5 mm.), .72 g., 12.92 mm. max.,180°

Obv:+ COLVMBANVS RE, Cross.

Rev: + LADISLAVS RE (decaying legend), cross with wedges.

Struck in Esztergom. Struck ca. 1105-1116 (per Gyöngyössy, whose dating has not been accepted by later catalogers and appears to be speculative). Hóman hypothesized that the chronology of Coloman’s coinage can be determined via the progressively diminishing average weights of the emissions. By this hypothesis, this emission is ranked 3/15, and was struck toward the beginning of Coloman’s reign.

Huszár rarity 8, Toth-Kiss rarity 20, Unger rarity 35, Frynas rarity N.

Ladislaus/László I (1077-1095) was canonized in 1192. His name typically appeared, albeit in an increasingly decaying form, on the reverse of 12th century emissions such as this.
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HUN_Kalman_Huszar_38.JPG
Huszár 38; Toth-Kiss 11.8 sigla --/--; Unger 29; Réthy I 46; Frynas H.9.6; Adamovszky A54; Kovács pp. 172 ff35 viewsHungary. Kálmán/Coloman the Bookish (1095-1116)

AR denar (average: .44 g., 11-13.5 mm.), .51 g., 13.38 mm. max.,180°

Obv: + CA–LM–AN–RE, Cross with crossed arms, spokes between.

Rev: + LADISLAVS RE (decaying legend), cross with wedges.

Struck in Esztergom. Struck ca. 1097-1105 (per Gyöngyössy, whose dating has not been accepted by later catalogers and appears to be speculative). Hóman hypothesized that the chronology of Coloman’s coinage can be determined via the progressively diminishing average weights of the emissions. By this hypothesis, this emission is ranked 7/15, and was struck in the middle of Coloman’s reign.

Faintich speculates that the spokes/bars on this coin are cometary symbols that may represent the comet of 1114, or possibly a comet of 1097, 1106 or 1109.

Huszár rarity 10, Toth-Kiss rarity 25, Unger rarity 50, Frynas rarity N. Unrecorded sigla, as confirmed via per personal email communication with József Géza Kiss on December 25, 2018.

Ladislaus/László I (1077-1095) was canonized in 1192. His name typically appeared, albeit in an increasingly decaying form, on the reverse of 12th century emissions such as this.
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HUN_Kalman_Huszar_39_2.JPG
Huszár 39; Toth-Kiss 11.9 sigla c3.3/59; Unger 32; Réthy I 47; Frynas H.9.9; Adamovszky A55; Kovács pp. 173 ff37 viewsHungary. Kálmán/Coloman the Bookish (1095-1116)

AR denar (average: .41 g., 10.5-11.5 mm.), .37 g., 11.15 mm. max.,0°

Obv: + CALMA (per Réthy) or + CALAMA (per Huszár, Frynas and Adamovszky) or retrograde + VDVNAE / + ADANVE (per Toth-Kiss, Kovács), Cross with crescents between arms.

Rev: Lines instead of a decaying legend (+ LADLAASE or + LADLAVS or + LADLAAS), cross with wedges.

Struck in Esztergom. Struck ca. 1105-1116 (per Gyöngyössy, whose dating has not been accepted by later catalogers and appears to be speculative). Hóman hypothesized that the chronology of Coloman’s coinage can be determined via the progressively diminishing average weights of the emissions. By this hypothesis, this emission is ranked 12/15, and was struck at the end of Coloman’s reign.

Huszár rarity 8, Toth-Kiss rarity 20, Unger rarity 40, Frynas rarity N.

Ladislaus/László I (1077-1095) was canonized in 1192. His name typically appeared, albeit in an increasingly decaying form, on the reverse of 12th century emissions such as this.
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HUN_Kalman_Huszar_40.JPG
Huszár 40; Toth-Kiss 11.10 sigla c1.1/41; Unger 31; Réthy I 48; Frynas H.9.8 ; Adamovszky A56 ; Kovács pp. 174 ff39 viewsHungary. Kálmán/Coloman the Bookish (1095-1116)

AR denar (average: .45 g., 10.5-11 mm.), .37 g., 10.95 mm. max., 0°

Obv: + C–AL–M–N, Cross with pellets.

Rev: + LADLA–RE (decaying legend), cross with wedges.

Struck in Esztergom. Struck ca. 1105-1116 (per Gyöngyössy, whose dating has not been accepted by later catalogers and appears to be speculative). Hóman hypothesized that the chronology of Coloman’s coinage can be determined via the progressively diminishing average weights of the emissions. By this hypothesis, this emission is ranked 6/15, and was struck toward the middle of Coloman’s reign.

Huszár rarity 9, Toth-Kiss rarity 20, Unger rarity 40, Frynas rarity N.

Ladislaus/László I (1077-1095) was canonized in 1192. His name typically appeared, albeit in an increasingly decaying form, on the reverse of 12th century emissions such as this.
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HUN_Kalman_Huszar_41_var.JPG
Huszár 41 var.; Toth-Kiss 11.12 sigla a1.5/6; Unger 34 var.; Réthy I 49 var.; Frynas H.9.11 var. ; Adamovszky A57a; Kovács p. 17588 viewsHungary. Kálmán/Coloman the Bookish (1095-1116)

AR denar (average: .43 g., 10-11 mm.), .42 g., 10.71 mm. max.

Obv: + CALMAN RE, Cross between two vertical lines, pellets above and flanking, in a quadrilobe.

Rev: + LADLAVS RE or + LADLAVSE (decaying legend), cross with wedges.

Struck in Esztergom. Struck ca. 1105-1116 (per Gyöngyössy, whose dating has not been accepted by later catalogers and appears to be speculative, and who treats this emission as a variety of Huszár 41). Hóman hypothesized that the chronology of Coloman’s coinage can be determined via the progressively diminishing average weights of the emissions. By this hypothesis, this emission is ranked 12/15, and was struck toward the end of Coloman’s reign.

Huszár rarity 8, Toth-Kiss rarity 25, Unger rarity 40, Frynas rarity N. The rarity ratings pertain to the standard Huszár 41, with the cross between two horizontal lines.

Ladislaus/László I (1077-1095) was canonized in 1192. His name typically appeared, albeit in an increasingly decaying form, on the reverse of 12th century emissions such as this.
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HUN_Kalman_Huszar_41.JPG
Huszár 41; Toth-Kiss 11.11 sigla b1.2/15; Unger 34; Réthy I 49; Frynas H.9.11 ; Adamovszky A57; Kovács p. 17591 viewsHungary. Kálmán/Coloman the Bookish (1095-1116)

AR denar (average: .44 g., 10-11 mm.), .42 g., 10.71 mm. max., 180°

Obv: + CALMAN RE, Cross between two horizontal lines, pellets above and flanking, in a quadrilobe.

Rev: + LADLAVS RE or + LADLAVSE (decaying legend), cross with wedges.

Struck in Esztergom. Struck ca. 1105-1116 (per Gyöngyössy, whose dating has not been accepted by later catalogers and appears to be speculative). Hóman hypothesized that the chronology of Coloman’s coinage can be determined via the progressively diminishing average weights of the emissions. By this hypothesis, this emission is ranked 11/15, and was struck toward the end of Coloman’s reign.

Huszár rarity 8, Toth-Kiss rarity 25, Unger rarity 40, Frynas rarity N.
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HUN_Kalman_Huszar_42.JPG
Huszár 42; Toth-Kiss 11.13 sigla --/--; Unger 34A; Réthy I 50A/Zimmerman 2; Frynas H.9.12 var. ; Adamovszky A58; Kovács p. 17683 viewsHungary. Kálmán/Coloman the Bookish (1095-1116)

AR denar (average: .43 g., 10-11 mm.), .10 g., 10.46 mm. max.

Obv: Illegible legend (probably decaying + CALMAN RE), Cross between two horizontal lines, pellets above and flanking, in a quadrilobe.

Rev: Lines instead of a decaying legend, cross with wedges.

Struck in Esztergom. Hóman hypothesized that the chronology of Coloman’s coinage can be determined via the progressively diminishing average weights of the emissions. By this hypothesis, this emission is ranked 13/15, and was struck at the end of Coloman’s reign.

Huszár rarity 8, Toth-Kiss rarity 30, Unger rarity 40, Frynas rarity N. Unrecorded sigla, as confirmed via per personal email communication with József Géza Kiss on December 25, 2018.
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