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ASSEREP-3.jpg
45 viewsAnonymous. After 211 BC. Post-reform Bronze As.
Obv.: Janus with I above
Rev.: Prow right with I above and ROMA below.
g. 38,5 mm. 30
Crawford 56/2; Syd 143.

Maxentius
DenarioAnonimobis.jpg
36 viewsAnonymous Denarius - After 211 BC
Obv.: Helmeted head of Roma right, with triple earring, spike above visor, X behind.
Rev.: The Dioscuri riding right, ROMA in linear frame below.
Gs. 3,2 mm. 18,2x19,5
Cr44/5, Sear RCV 38

1 commentsMaxentius
VittoriatoCrescbis.jpg
22 viewsAR Victoriatus - Anonymous - 207 B.C.
Ob. Laureate head of Jupiter right.
Rev.: Victory standing right, erecting trophy, crescent in field, ROMA in exergue.
Gs. 3,4 mm. 16
Cr57/1, Sear RCV 50
Maxentius
Quadrigato.jpg
77 viewsAnonymous AR Quadrigatus or Didrachm. 215-213 BC.
Obv.: Laureate, janiform head of the Dioscuri
Rev.: Jupiter right, holding scepter & hurling thunderbolt, in a quadriga driven by Victory, ROMA below in a tablet.
Grs. 5,7 mm. 19,5x20,9
Craw. 29/3, Sear RCV 32

1 commentsMaxentius
Sestante.jpg
27 viewsAE Sextans - Anonymous Issue - after 89 B.C. - Mint of Rome
Obv.: Head of Mercury r., two pellets behind
Rev.: Prow right, ROMA above; two pellets below.
Gs 1,7 mm 15,5
Craw. 56/6
Maxentius
Quadrante-1.jpg
22 viewsĆ Quadrans - Anonymous - c. 91 BC - Rome Mint
Obv.: Head of Hercules right, wearing lion skin, three pellets behind.
Rev.: Prow right, ROMA above, three pellets before.
Gs. 3,2 mm. 15,7
Craw. 339/4c, Sear RCV 1194

Maxentius
Semisse-1.jpg
31 viewsAE Semis - Anonymous - After 206 B.C.
Obv.: Head of Saturn right, S behind
Rev.: prow of galley, S above; ROMA below
Gs 12,1 mm. 24,8
Crawford 56/3.
Maxentius
QuinAnonimo.jpg
67 viewsAnonymous Republic Quinarius - After 211 BC.
Ob.: Helmeted head of Roma right, V behind
Rev.: Dioscuri galloping right, ROMA in a tablet.
Gs. 2,2 mm. 16,1
Craw. 44/6, Sear RCV 42

2 commentsMaxentius
Vittoriato2.jpg
28 viewsAR Victoriatus - Anonymous - After 211 B.C.
Ob. Laureate head of Jupiter right.
Rev.: Victory standing right, erecting trophy, ROMA in exergue.
Gs. 3,8 mm. 18,5
Craw. 44/1, Sear RCV 49
Maxentius
SemisseStella.jpg
29 viewsAE Semis - Anonymous - 169/157 B.C.
Obv.: Head of Saturn right, S behind
Rev.: Prow of galley right, star above, S before; ROMA below
Gs 12,5 mm. 24,1
Crawford 196/2, Sear RCV 829
Maxentius
Semisse-2.jpg
30 viewsAE Semis - Anonymous - After 211 B.C. (Grueber 240/229 B.C.)
Obv.: Head of Saturn right, S behind
Rev.: prow of galley, S above; ROMA below
Gs 18,3 mm. 25,9
Crawford 56/3, Sear RCV 766, BMRRC(Grueber) 229
Maxentius
Triente-2.jpg
29 viewsAnonymous TRIENS - After 211 B.C. (Grueber 240/229 B.C.)
Obv.:Minerva head's right. Four pellets above
Rev. Ship's prow right. ROMA above, four pellets below
Gs. 7,9 mm. 24,7
Craw. 56/4, sear RCV 911, BMRRC (Grueber) 245
Maxentius
Litra.jpg
36 viewsAnonymous AE Litra. 241-235 BC. (Grueber, half-litra: 312/290 BC)
Romano-Campanian
Obv.:Helmeted, beardless head of Mars right
Rev.:Head of horse right with bridle. A sickle behind, ROMA below.
Gs. 3,4 mm. 15,2
Crawford 25/3, Sear RCV 594, BMRRC II 64



Maxentius
Sestante2.jpg
25 viewsAe Sextans - 211/206 BC - Mint of Rome
Anonymous
Obv.: Head of Mercury right wearing winged petasos; •• above
Rev.: Prow of galley right; ROMA above, •• below.
Gs. 5,8 mm. 19,6
Crawf. 56/6, Sear RCV 1204, Grueber 256



Maxentius
Oncia3.jpg
11 viewsUncia - 217-215 BC - Rome mint
Anonymous
Obv.: Helmeted head of Roma left, pellet behind.
Rev.:Prow right, ROMA above, pellet below.
Gs. 12,4 mm. 25,43
Crawf. 38/6, Sear RCV 615.



Maxentius
AesGraveLibralefuso.jpg
83 viewsCast Aes Grave As (reduced libral series) - 225/217 BC. - Rome mint
Anonymous
Obv.: Laureate head of Janus
Rev.: Prow right, I above
Gr. 250 mm. 60,33
Crawford 35/1, Sear RCV 570

Maxentius
Semuncia2.jpg
44 viewsĆ Semuncia - Anonymous - 217-215 B.C.
Obv.: Head of Mercury right wearing petasos
Rev.: Prow of galley right; ROMA above.
Gs. 4 mm. 18,80x19,85
Crawford 38/7; Sear RCV 620, Grueber 129.

Maxentius
Semuncia.jpg
44 viewsAE Semuncia - Anonymous - 217/215 B.C.
Obv.:Head of Mercury right wearing petasos
Rev.: Prow of galley right; ROMA above.
Gs. 4,7 mm. 19,64x19,95
Crawford 38/7; Sear RCV 620, Grueber 129.
Maxentius
coin412.jpg
40 viewsAnonymous Class C Follis, attributed to Michael IV.
Obverse: +EMMANOVHA. Christ Antiphonetes,
nimbate, standing facing / IC-XC-NI-KA divided by
jewelled cross. Coin #412

cars100
Byzantine_follis.JPG
224 views
An Anonymous Follis Class A 2 coin, type 21
Obverse: Christ facing, holding book of gospels IC to left XC to rightEmmanovha IC XC (God with us)
Reverse: +IhSYS XRISTYS bASILEY bASILE (Jesus Christ, King of Kings)
Sear attributes it to the joint reign of Basil II and Constantine VIII 1020-1028 AD
Grierson in DOC says Romanus III and into Michael IV's
1 commentsJon the Lecturer
9e8WbRx57aNtBq3DSKi2mG4g8AZgdC.jpg
14 viewsAbbasid Governors, anonymous, AE fals (21mm, 3.71gm, 11h), Halab, AH 136. O: Kalima; below, large pellet left and annulet right; in margin, mint and date formula. R: At center, Kalima continued; in margin, Qur'an 9:33. Ilisch (1996) Resafa IV, p. 117, 221 (dated xx6); cf. ibid. 220 (dated 135) and 222 (date illegible, either 135 or 136); see also Nützel (1898) Berlin 2074 (dated 135 but mint illegible) and Shamma p. 89, 3 (dated xx5). Very Fine and extremely rare, olive green patina with areas of red sand encrustation. Date full and clear. Mint missing but clearly style of Halab, AH 135 and 136.Quant.Geek
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40 viewsIndia, Pre-Mauryan Empire. Anonymous. Ca. 500-400 B.C. AR karshapana (20.1 mm, 1.62 g). 4 punches: elephant left with double crescent above, 5 crescents around annulets with dot in center (cf. R-195), three fish swimming around annulet with pellets around (cf. R-232)SpongeBob
Denarius_206-195.jpg
16 viewsDenarius
Anonymous
Mint: Rome
206-195 BCE

Obverse: Helmeted head of Roma, right; behind, denominational mark (X); border of dots
Reverse: Dioscuri galloping, right; below, mark (eight-rayed star); Roma in exergue; line border

Crawford (RRC) 113/1
Sydenham 263
RSC I 20gg
BM 457
SRCV I 54
Shea B
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33 viewsanonymous (attributed to Alexius I). Ca. 1081-1118. AE follis (25.96 mm, 5.26 g, 12 h). anonymous class J. Constantinople mint. Facing bust of Christ, cross behind his head with 5 pellets in each limb; wearing pallium and colobium; raising hand and holding book of Gospels; / IC - C / XC / Crosss with globule and two pellets at each extremity; beneath, large crescent; around, four globules, each surrounded by pellets. SBCV 1900. Overstruck on a class I anonymous follis SBCV 1889 1 commentsQuant.Geek
D_T-2638.jpg
37 viewsGAUL: Anonymous, circa 80-52 BC, AE15, cf. D&T 2638 (for style), stylized Alexandrian head right // YLLYCCV (?) around sylized eagle standing left; pentagram and pellets-in-annulets to right1 commentsQuant.Geek
IMG_9235.JPG
6 viewsAnonymous. Circa 270 BC. Ć Aes Grave Triens (48mm, 93.00 g, 12h). Rome mint. Head of horse right; [••••] (mark of value) below / Head of horse left; [••••] (mark of value) below. Crawford 18/3 (Uncertain mint); ICC 35; HN Italy 281. Fine, gray-green patina, some earthen deposits, a little flaky in parts.

From the Collection of a Director.
ecoli
rjb_2012_11_31.jpg
3817 viewsAnonymous; c.217 BC
AE sextans
Obv - Head of Mercury right wearing petasus
Rev "ROMA"
Prow right,, two pelets below
Rome mint
Crawford 38/5
mauseus
rjb_repub1_05_09.jpg
44cf31 viewsAnonymous; c.211 BC
AR plated quinarius
Obv "V"
Helmeted head of Roma right
Rev "ROMA"
Dioscuri on horseback riding right, stars above heads
Rome mint
cf Crawford 44-8
1 commentsmauseus
rjb_2012_09_05.jpg
5621 viewsAnonymous; c.211 BC
AE semis
Obv "S"
Laureate head of Saturn right
Rev "S ROMA"
Prow right
Rome mint
Crawford 56/3
mauseus
rjb_2019_02_01.jpg
566 viewsAnonymous; c.211 BC
AE as
Obv Janiform head
Rev "ROMA"
Prow right
Rome mint
Crawford 56/2
mauseus
john.jpg
Basil II & Constantine VIII, (976-1028 A.D.)50 viewsĆ “Anonymous” Follis
Class A2
O: EMMANOVHΛ, Nimbate bust of Christ facing, wearing pallium and colobium and holding book of Gospels; IC – XC in fields to left and right.
R: + IhSЧS / [X]RISTЧ[S] / bASILЄЧ / bASILЄ / ·, legend in four lines.
8.68g
26mm
SBCV 1793
5 commentsMat
Sear-1889a.jpg
Byzantine Empire: Ć Anonymous Class I Follis, Attributed to Nicephorus III (Sear-1889, DOC I.1-64)30 viewsObv: Facing bust of Christ Pantokrator
Rev: Latin cross with central X and globus and two pellets at the end of each extremity; crescents to upper left and right, floral scroll below
SpongeBob
KAFFA_PUL_cm.jpg
Pul with Kaffa c/m5 views
CRIMEA, GOLDEN HORDE, (with Genoese countermark)

Anonymous AE - Pul

Obverse: uncertain Ornament, Kaffa Genoese trading colony; Circular countermark arms of Genoa with partitioned portal, within circular frame of dots.

Reverse: uncertain Ornament

Mint: Uncertain (Bulghar?)

Minted: 14th Century (?) cm - 1420 - 1475

Notes: Fair/Fair(c/m a/VF), Crude

Ref: Retowski, Coins with Genoese Countermarks 2


jimbomar
rjb_2009_09_06.jpg
Time of Maximinus II10 viewsAnonymous
Antioch mint
IOVI CONSERVATORI
Jupiter seated left
VICTORIA AVGG
Victory walking left holding wreath
-/E//SMA
van Heesch 2
mauseus
rjb_2009_09_05.jpg
Time of Maximinus II18 viewsAnonymous
Antioch mint
GENIO ANTIOCHENI
Antioch seated facing, Orontes swimming below
APOLLONI SANCTO
Apollo standing left holding patera and lyre
-/A//SMA
van Heesch 3
mauseus
Anonymous_AR_dirhem_of_the_Muwahhid_dynasty,_Fez_mint,_1129-1242_AD.jpg
85 viewsAL-MAGHREB (North Africa), Almohads (al-Muwahhidun). Anonymous. Circa AD 1160-1269
AR Dirhem. Fez mint
Hazard 1096; Album 497
Ardatirion
quadrans.jpg
107 viewsROME. temp. Hadrian-Antoninus Pius. Circa AD 120-161
Ć Quadrans (16mm, 2.94 g, 7h)
Rome mint
Petasus
Winged caduceus; S C flanking
Weigel 18; RIC II 32; Cohen 36

Weigel reconsiders the anonymous quadrantes as a cohesive group. The seriesportrays a pantheon of eleven deities: Jupiter, Minerva, Roma, Neptune, Tiber, Mars, Venus, Apollo, Mercury, Bacchus/Liber, and Hercules. Types are primarily a portrait of the god, with an attribute on the reverse and are usually influenced by (but not directly copied from) earlier designs, primarily from the Republic. He updates the series to the reigns of Hadrian and Antoninus.
5 commentsArdatirion
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55 viewsROME. temp. Domitian-Antoninus Pius. Circa AD 81-160
Ć Quadrans (16mm, 3.99 g, 12 h)
Rome mint
Griffin seated left, paw on wheel
Tripod; S C flanking
Weigel 15; RIC II 28; Cohen 38

Weigel reconsiders the anonymous quadrantes as a cohesive group. The seriesportrays a pantheon of eleven deities: Jupiter, Minerva, Roma, Neptune, Tiber, Mars, Venus, Apollo, Mercury, Bacchus/Liber, and Hercules. Types are primarily a portrait of the god, with an attribute on the reverse and are usually influenced by (but not directly copied from) earlier designs, primarily from the Republic. He updates the series to the reigns of Hadrian and Antoninus.
Ardatirion
limoges-denier-saint-martial.JPG
Saint Martial abbey: denier (Limoges)7 viewsSaint Martial abbey, Limoges, anonymous (1100-1150)

Silver, 1.14 g, diameter 18 mm, die axis 3h

O/ +SES•MARCIAL; facing bearded bust of Saint Martial
R/ +LEMOVICENSIS; beaded cross with 2 pellets in each quadrant

Droger
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Vienne archibishopric : denier (Vienne)26 viewsVienne archibishopric, anonymous (1200-1250)

Silver, 0.66 g, diameter 16 mm, die axis 5h

O/ +•S•M•VIENNA•; left bearded and bare head of Saint Maurice
R/ MAXIMA.GALL (dashed L); cross pattée with 4 pellets
1 commentsDroger
107-1a-NAC61.jpg
"C" Denarius, Crawford 107/1a - My favorite Coin26 viewsDenomination: Denarius
Era: c. 209-208 BC
Metal: AR
Obverse: Helmeted head of Roma r. with splayed visor; “X” behind; Border of dots
Reverse: Dioscuri r.; Above, “C”; in linear frame, “ROMA”.
Mint: Etruia(?)
Weight: 4.44 gm.
Reference: Crawford 107/1a
Provenance: NAC 61; 25-OCT-2011, Privately purchased by RBW from CNG in 1989


Comments: This is one of my favorite coins. It is not high grade, neither the obverse nor the reverse is well centered. The dioscuri are really just blobs, and this coin would be overlooked in any sale but the NAC 61 sale of RBW’s finest and rarest coins, perhaps the greatest Roman Republican auction of our generation. Nevertheless, the coin has a lovely tone and a style that is very characteristic of this issue which is quite rare.

Unique to this variety and the related staff issue, are the braided locks extending from the helmet to the hair binding. The stars are simple dots above the dioscuri, and ROMA is cut into the die with very large letters with a very fine line tool. There has been much speculation on the significance of the “C” insignia, but few with any real merit.
1 commentsSteve B5
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"C", larger head, Denarius, Crawford 107/1b17 viewsDenomination: Denarius
Era: c. 209-208 BC
Metal: AR
Obverse: Helmeted head of Roma r. with splayed visor; “X” behind; Border of dots
Reverse: Dioscuri r.; above, “C” symbol; in linear frame, “ROMA”.
Mint: Etruria(?)
Weight: 4.32 gm.
Reference: Crawford 107/1b
Provenance: Naville auction, 7-MAY-2017

Comments:
This type with a “C” symbol is of the same fundamental style as the staff symbol 106/3c. presumably both issues from the same mint. The type is somewhat scarce, but the most common of the three other “C” sub-varieties.
Near complete on a large flan, GVF.
Steve B5
constantine_x.jpg
(1059) CONSTANTINE X27 views1059-1067 AD
AE FOLLIS 31 mm max. 6.92 g
Obverse: Christ facing
Reverse: Eudocia and Constantine facing
SB 1853
(gouges on obverse are the result of overstriking on an earlier issue that appears to be a class D anonymous follis (Sear 1836).
laney
0014.jpg
0014 - Denarius Anonymous 209-8 BC137 viewsObv/Helmeted head of Roma r., X behind.
Rev/Dioscuri riding r., stars above their heads, dolphin below, ROMA in ex.

Ag, 19.0mm, 4.17g
Moneyer: anonymous.
Mint: Rome.
RRC 80/1a [dies o/r: 40/50] - BMCRR 423 - Syd. 214 - Calicó 20 - RCV 39 - RSC 20k
ex-Kuenker, auction 124, lot 8237
8 commentsdafnis
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004 ANONYMOUS. Period of Domitian to Antoninus Pius, Quadrans Circa 81-161 AD Eagle17 viewsReference
RIC II, 4. C. VIII, 269, 16. Mazzini V, pl. LXXVIII, 16

Obv.
Draped and bearded bust of Jupiter right

Rev. S-C
Eagle with spread wings standing r., head turned l.

2.23 gr
15 mm
6h
okidoki
0048.jpg
0048 - Denarius anonymous 115-4 BC61 viewsObv/ Helmeted head of Roma r.; behind, X; below, ROMA.
Rev/Roma seated r. on pile of shields, holding spear; before, she-wolf r. suckling twins; two birds in the field.

Ag, 22.0mm, 3.93g
Moneyer: anonymous.
Mint: Rome.
RRC 287/1 [dies o/r: 82/102] - Syd. 530 - RCV 164 - RSC 176 - Calicó 58 - BMCRR Italy 562
ex-Numismática y Arqueología J. Antonio Salvador
2 commentsdafnis
UmSNAT567or570.jpg
0080-0130 AH - Anonymous - SNAT No. 567 or 570 - Umayyad Fals48 viewsAnonymous
Date: ca. 80-130 AH (ca. 700-750 AD)
Condition: aFine
Denomination: Fals

Obverse: Palm tree; Arabic inscription.

Reverse: Palm tree; Arabic inscription.

Al-Ramla mint, Jund Filastin (Palestine)
SNAT No. 567 or 570
(Sylloge Numorum Arabicorum Tübingen Palastina IV A Bilad as-Sam I, Tübingen 1993)
2.43g; 14.4mm; 330°
Pep
AS REPUBLICA anónimo.jpg
01-01 - As Emision Anonima (211 - 206 A.C.)142 viewsAE AS 34 mm 34.1 gr
Anv: Cabeza bifronte barbada y laureada de Jano - "I" (Marca de valor = 1 AS) sobre la cabeza.
Rev: Proa de galera a derecha - "ROMA" debajo e "I" en campo derecho.

Ceca: Roma
Referencias: Sear RCTV Vol.1 #627 Pag.191 - Craw RRC #56/2 - Syd CRR #143 - BMCRR #217
mdelvalle
Craw_56_2_AS_Anonimo.jpg
01-01 - As Emision Anonima (211 - 206 A.C.)41 viewsAE AS 34 mm 34.1 gr
Anv: Cabeza bifronte barbada y laureada de Jano - "I" (Marca de valor = 1 AS) sobre la cabeza.
Rev: Proa de galera a derecha - "ROMA" debajo e "I" en campo derecho.

Ceca: Roma
Referencias: Sear RCTV Vol.1 #627 Pag.191 - Craw RRC #56/2 - Syd CRR #143 - BMCRR #217
mdelvalle
Semis Emision anonima.jpg
01-02 - Semis Emision Anonima (211 - 206 A.C.)128 viewsAE Semis 28 mm 17.7 gr
Anv: Cabeza barbada y laureada de Saturno viendo a derecha - "S" (Marca de valor = Semis = 1/2 AS) detrás de la cabeza.
Rev: Proa de galera a derecha - "ROMA" debajo y "S" en campo superior.

Ceca: Roma
Referencias: Sear RCTV Vol.1 #766 Pag.207 - Craw RRC #56/3 - Syd CRR #144a - BMCRR #229 - Hannover #597
1 commentsmdelvalle
Craw_56_3_Semis_Anonimo.jpg
01-02 - Semis Emision Anonima (211 - 206 A.C.)38 viewsAE Semis 28 mm 17.7 gr
Anv: Cabeza barbada y laureada de Saturno viendo a derecha - "S" (Marca de valor = Semis = 1/2 AS) detrás de la cabeza.
Rev: Proa de galera a derecha - "ROMA" debajo y "S" en campo superior.

Ceca: Roma
Referencias: Sear RCTV Vol.1 #766 Pag.207 - Craw RRC #56/3 - Syd CRR #144a - BMCRR #229 - Hannover #597
mdelvalle
Sextante Emision anónima.jpg
01-05 - Sextante Emision Anonima (211 - 206 A.C.)81 viewsAE Sextante 20 mm 6.9 gr
Anv: Cabeza de Mercurio vistiendo petasos alado viendo a derecha - "· ·" (Marca de valor = Sextante = 1/6 AS) sobre la cabeza.
Rev: Proa de galera a derecha - "ROMA" arriba y "· ·" debajo.

Ceca: Roma
Referencias: Sear RCTV Vol.1 #1024 Pag.246 - Craw RRC #56/6 - Syd CRR #143d - BMCRR #263
mdelvalle
Craw_56_6_Sextante_Anonimo.jpg
01-05 - Sextante Emision Anonima (211 - 206 A.C.)27 viewsAE Sextante 20 mm 6.9 gr
Anv: Cabeza de Mercurio vistiendo petasos alado viendo a derecha - "· ·" (Marca de valor = Sextante = 1/6 AS) sobre la cabeza.
Rev: Proa de galera a derecha - "ROMA" arriba y "· ·" debajo.

Ceca: Roma
Referencias: Sear RCTV Vol.1 #1024 Pag.246 - Craw RRC #56/6 - Syd CRR #143d - BMCRR #263
mdelvalle
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01-09 - Semi Uncia Emision Anonima (211 - 206 A.C.)63 viewsAE Semi Uncia 18 mm 3.9 gr
Anv: Cabeza de Mercurio vistiendo petasos alado viendo a derecha - Sin marca de valor.
Rev: Proa de galera a derecha - "ROMA" arriba.
Ceca: Roma
Referencias: Sear RCTV Vol.1 #1360 Pag.257 - Craw RRC #56/8 - Syd CRR #143f - BMCRR #277
mdelvalle
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01-09 - Semi Uncia Emision Anonima (211 - 206 A.C.)21 viewsAE Semi Uncia 18 mm 3.9 gr
Anv: Cabeza de Mercurio vistiendo petasos alado viendo a derecha - Sin marca de valor.
Rev: Proa de galera a derecha - "ROMA" arriba.

Ceca: Roma

Referencias: Sear RCTV Vol.1 #1360 Pag.257 - Craw RRC #56/8 - Syd CRR #143f - BMCRR #277
mdelvalle
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014/6 AES Grave Uncia41 viewsAnonymous. AES Grave Uncia. 280-276 BC. (27.79g) Obv: Knucklebone; below, one pellet (indistinct). Rev: Central pellet in high relief.
Crawford 14/6; Sydenham 13
Paddy
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0180 - Semis Roman Republic 42-36 BC41 viewsObv/Head of Minerva (?) r.
Rev/Statue standing l. on top of pedestal; (CV)-IN on both sides.

AE, 22.2 mm, 5.60 g
Moneyer: anonymous.
Mint: Carthago Nova.
APRH/151 - CNH/7 [R2]
ex-Ibercoin, auction 16.1, lot 2018
dafnis
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0204 - Semis Augustus 20 BC-23 AC15 viewsObv/Lotus flower, around IVBA REX IVBAE F II VIR QV.
Rev/Priesthood accessories, around CN ATELIVS PONTI II V Q.

Ag, 22.9mm, 5.02g
Moneyer: anonymous.
Mint: Carthago Nova.
RPC I/169 [7-20c.]
ex-Herrero, auction may 2015, lot 2043.
dafnis
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0205 - Denarius Anonymous 209 BC31 viewsObv/ Head of Rome r.; behind, X.
Rev/ Dioscuri riding r., stars above their heads, spearhead r. below, ROMA in ex.

Ag, 21.8 mm, 3.74 g
Mint: SE Italy
RRC 88/2b [40-40 (all var.)]
ex-NAC, auction 84, lot 1633.
2 commentsdafnis
Anonymous-AE-QuadransHelmeted-Cuirassed-Minerva_right_Owl-left_S-C_RIC-II-8-p-216_Q-001_h_mm_ga-s.jpg
024d Domitian (69-81 A.D. Caesar, 81-96 A.D. Augustus), RIC II(1962) 008, Anonymus AE-Quadrans, Rome, Owl standing half left, S/C//--, #175 views024d Domitian (69-81 A.D. Caesar, 81-96 A.D. Augustus), RIC II(1962) 008, Anonymus AE-Quadrans, Rome, Owl standing half left, S/C//--, #1
Anonymous AE Quadrans. Time of Domitian to Antoninus Pius.
avers: Draped, cuirassed bust of Minerva right, wearing Corinthian helmet.
revers: Owl standing hal left.
exe: S/C//--, diameter: mm, weight: , axis: h,
mint: Rome, date: 84-85 A.D., ref: RIC II(1962) 008, p-216,
Q-001
quadrans
LitraRoma.jpg
026/3 Litra or 1/8 ounce40 viewsAnonymous. Ć Litra or 1/8 ounce. Rome. 234-231 BC. ( 3.43g, 15mm, 5h) Obv: Laureate head of Apollo right Rev: Horse rearing left, wearing bridle, bit, and reins; ROMA below.

Crawford 26/3; Sydenham 29 (Half-litra); Kestner 56-65; BMCRR Romano-Campanian 70-74 (Half-litra)

This coin is attributed as a Litra by Crawford, others define it as half-litra. However, it could be argued that "1/8 ounce piece" is the better description.

First of all, on litra and half-litra:

"According to Crawford, the weight standard of the series 26 litra and half litra are based on a litra of 3.375 grams . The half litra in Crawford is described as having a dog on the reverse rather than a horse, and the average weight of the half litra of several specimens is described as 1.65 grams. BMCRR does refer to these as half litrae; but keep in mind that Grueber was writing circa 1900 and based on older scholarship. Sydenham was writing in the 1950s. Of the three major works cited, Crawford is the most current and likely based on a greater number of more recent finds."

Andrew Mccabe:

"It's very doubtful to me that the word "litra" is correct. Much more likely, these small bronze coins were simply fractions of the Aes Grave cast coinage system, as they come in weights of 1/4, 1/8 and 1/16 ounce, and the Aes Grave coinage generally had denominations from As down to Semuncia (1/2 ounce). So this coin would be 1/8 ounce coin. That's my view, which differs from their long term designation as "Litra", which presume them to be overvalued token bronze coinage on the Sicilian model, whereby bronze coins had value names that indicate a relationship to the silver coinage.

Litra, the word, is from the same stem as Libra, i.e. pound, would suggest a denomination of a (light) Sicilian pound of bronze, which sometimes equates in value to a small silver coin in Sicily weighing about 1/12 didrachm (about 0.6 grams) so by this definition, a Litra = an Obol. But it hardly stands up to scrutiny that such a tiny bronze coin, weighing 3.375 grams, could have been equivalent to a 0.6 gram silver obol. It would imply a massive overvaluation of bronze that just does not seem credible.

So. throw out the Litras, and call these coins 1/8 ounce pieces, and I think we have a sensible answer."

Paddy
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028/3 Didrachm/Quadrigatus 37 viewsAnonymous. AR Didrachm-Quadrigatus. Uncertain or Rome Mint c. 225-214 B.C. (6.26g, 20.9m, 9h). Obv: Laureate head of Janus. Rev: Jupiter, hurling Thunderbolt and holding scepter in Quadriga right driven by Victory. Roma in relief in linear frame. Craw. 28/3, Syd. 65, RSC 24. CNG276/320.

One of Rome’s pre-denarius silver coins issued before the Second Punic War, and the introduction of the denarius circa 214-211 B.C.

I wanted to trace the evolution of Roman coinage, so I couldn’t pass this one up when I saw it. More information on the type can be found here: andrewmccabe.ancients.info.

2 commentsLucas H
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030/1 AR Didrachm60 viewsAnonymous. AR Didrachm. Uncertain Mint, 225-214 BC. (6.56g, 23mm, 12h) Obv: Janiform head of the Dioscuri. Rev: Jupiter, hurling thunderbolt and holding sceptre, in galloping quadriga driven by Victory; ROMA on tablet below.

Crawford 30/1; Sydenham 64.

Traces of corrosion, Good Very Fine.

Ex: Roma Numismatics

From the Andrew McCabe Collection; Ex Goodman
5 commentsPaddy
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035/5 AES Grave Sextans Janus-Prow22 viewsAnonymous. Aes Grave Sextans. Rome Mint. 225-217 BC. (42.49g; 33.94mm) Obv: Head of Mercury left, oo. Rev: Prow r, oo.
Crawford 35/5

Ex: Holding History
Paddy
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035b Anonymous AE Quadrans. Period of Domitian to Antoninus Pius (81-161 A.D.), RIC II 0019, Rome, AE-Quadrans, Couriass, S-C, Scarce !,125 views035b Anonymous AE Quadrans. Period of Domitian to Antoninus Pius (81-161 A.D.), RIC II 0019, Rome, AE-Quadrans, Couriass, S-C, Scarce !,
avers:- No legends, Helmeted and cuirassed bust of Mars right.
revers:- No legends, Couriass, S-C across the field.
exerg: S/C//--, diameter: mm, weight: g, axes: h,
mint: , date: Period of Domitian to Antoninus Pius 81-161 A.D., ref: RIC II 19 p-218, C-26-27cf,
Q-001
quadrans
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038/07 AE Semiuncia50 viewsAnonymous. AE Semiuncia. Rome Mint. c. 217-215. (5,2 g, 19 mm) Obv: Head of Mercury right, wearing winged petasus. Rev: ROMA Prow right.
BMC 129-161 and 163-165; Crawford 38/7

1 commentsPaddy
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044/6 Anonymous Quinarius49 viewsAnonymous Quinarius, from 211 B.C., 1.92 g., Cr 44/6, Obv: Helmeted head of Roma, V behind. Rev: Dioscuri riding right, ROMA in linear frame below. Ex HBJ.2 commentsLucas H
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056/3 Ancient imitation21 viewsAnonymous. Ae Semis imitation. Probably first century BC. Obv: Laureate head of Saturn r.; behind, S. Rev: Prow r.; above, S and below, ROMA.
Crawford 56/3

Style and shape is not the best on this coin. However, as an ancient imitation it does have historical value.
Paddy
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056/3 Spanish imitation in good style29 viewsAnonymous. Ae Semis. Second or first century BC. (6.58 g, 20.55 mm) Obv: Laureate head of Saturn r.; behind, S. Rev: Prow r.; above, S and below, ROMA.
Syd 143a; Crawford 56/3

In 1982 a conference report was published that contained a joint debate between Crawford and the Spanish numismatist Villaronga. Villaronga illustrated a number of coins from site finds near Cadiz, and concluded that they were good style Spanish imitations. Every year about 10 or 20 similar coins appear on the Spanish market, but none appear in Italian sources.

Thank you Mccabe for helping with the attribution.
Paddy
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056/4 Subgroup 85 & 86A AE Triens60 viewsAnonymous. Ae Triens. Apulia. 212-208 BC. (9.08 g, 23.72 g) Obv: Helmeted head of Minerva right, four pellets above. Rev: ROMA, prow right, four pellets below.

Originally defined as Crawford 56/4, this type of Triens have been assigned to subgroup 85 & 86A. This is a Q or H triens, that is missing the Q or H. Andrew McCabe gives the subgroup the number F1 which has the following characteristics:

"Mint: Apulia. Second Punic war. Related to RRC 85 H, and RRC 86 anchor and Q. Obverses are in high relief. The general style, for examples Janus, or Hercules’ truncation, or the regular reverse prow, is like RRC 86 anchor and Q. Reverses of Sextans and Quadrans have either regular, or Luceria style, prows with a club in an elevated fighting platform. On regular reverses, the top and central keel lines join half way across prow. Flans are thin and broad akin to late issues of Luceria. All denominations As through Sextans are known."

"The regular reverse prow is tall (height/width) with a fighting platform and deck structure elevated more than usual, and there is always a line extending either side of the deck structure. The keel-lines are also distinctive, with the middle of the three lines always converging with the top line half way across the prow... These specific design features – especially the middle keel line converging with the upper line half way across the prow – are identical with and typical of the RRC 86A Q series from Apulia58... The obverses of all denominations are in high relief, and show high quality engraving."

"So a close geographic and timing link between the Anchor Q, H, L, L-T, CA and P coins can be posited. These coins are certainly a second Punic war issue from Apulia. It remains open for discussion which city minted these group F1 coins, presumably alongside the RRC 85 and RRC 86 issues."

This is one out of six specimens: "F1 Triens: 6 coins, mean 9.4 grams, heaviest 10.5 grams".

All quotes are from the work of Andrew McCabe.

Link to thread at Forvm Ancient Coins: http://www.forumancientcoins.com/board/index.php?topic=90604.0

On this topic at Andrew McCabe's homepage: http://andrewmccabe.ancients.info/RRC056.html

I would strongly recommend anyone who wants to learn more about Roman Republican coins to give Andrew McCabe's homepage a visit.


1 commentsPaddy
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064 - Septimius Severus denarius - RIC 060 var.35 viewsObv:– L SEPT SEV PE-RT AVG IMP V, Laureate draped and cuirassed bust right
Rev– P M TR P III COS II P P, Mars walking right holding spear and trophy
Minted in Rome. A.D. 194
Reference(s) – BMCRE W113 (Citing an anonymous gift from 1924 from the Plevna hoard same obverse die). RIC IV unlisted (RIC 60 var but draped and cuirassed instead of plain head). RSC 396a (citing BMCRE coin)
1 commentsMartin Griffiths
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095/1a Victoriatus52 viewsAnonymous. 211-208B.C. AR Victoriatus. Uncertain Mint. (2.74g, 16mm, 12h). Obv: Laureate head of Jupiter right. Rev: Victory standing right, crowing trophy; VB monogram between. Crawford 95/1a. Sydenham 113, RSC 36m.

An interesting denomination, he Victoriatus circulated at the same time as the denarius but was made of debased silver and could have been valued at ľ a denarius. It was hoarded separately from denarii, and could have been used for trade in southern Italy among the Greek colonies. It was later remade into the Quninarri keeping the victory motif from the old Victoriatus.
1 commentsLucas H
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0976-1025 AD - Basil II (Bulgaroktonos) - Anonymous Follis, Class A213 viewsEmperor: Basil II (Bulgaroktonos) (r. 976-1025 AD)
Date: 976-1025 AD
Condition: Fair
Denomination: Anonymous Follis, Class A2

Obverse: -
Bust of Christ facing, bearded, with nimbus cross having in each arm, wearing tunic and himation; right hand raised in blessing in sling of cloak, left holds book with probable in jeweled border. In field, - .

Reverse: ///
above and beneath.

Sear 1813; probable DO A2.25
15.47g; 35.3mm; 30°
Pep
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0976-1025 AD - Basil II (Bulgaroktonos) - Anonymous Follis, Class A2.2420 viewsEmperor: Basil II (Bulgaroktonos) (r. 976-1025 AD)
Date: 976-1025 AD
Condition: aVF
Denomination: Anonymous Follis, Class A2

Obverse: -
Bust of Christ facing, bearded, with nimbus cross having in each arm, wearing tunic and himation; right hand raised in blessing in sling of cloak, left holds book with in jeweled border. In field, - .

Reverse: ///
above and beneath.

DO A2.24; Sear 1813
13.40g; 29.0mm; 180°
Pep
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1. Æ Aes Grave Triens266 viewsAnonymous. Circa 280-276 BC. Ć Aes Grave Triens (49mm, 106.35 gm). Thunderbolt; four pellets across field / Dolphin swimming right; four pellets below. Thurlow-Vecchi 3; Crawford 14/3; Haeberlin pl. 39, 7-10. VF, green patina.

Ex Cng Sale 100 lot 105 310/300

The triens (plural trientes) was an Ancient Roman bronze coin produced during the Roman Republic valued at one-third of an as (4 unciae).
ecoli73
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1028-1034 - follis (Anonymous class B)62 views+ EMMANOVHΛ , bust of Christ facing, holding Gospels ; in field IC / XC (icon of the "Pantocrator")
Cross on three steps dividing IS / XC // bAS / ILE // bAS / ILE (Jesus Christ, King of Kings)

Sear 1823
Ginolerhino
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1028-1034 - follis (Anonymous class B)33 views+ EMMANOVHΛ , bust of Christ facing, holding Gospels ; in field IC / XC (icon of the "Pantocrator")
Cross on three steps dividing IZ / XC // IAZ / ILE // IAZ / ILE (a blundered version of the previous coin's reverse)

Sear 1823
Ginolerhino
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1034-1041 - follis (Anonymous class C)73 views+ EMMANOVHΛ , 3/4 length figure of Christ standing (icon of the "Antiphonetes") , in field IC / XC
Jewelled cross dividing IC / XC / NI / KA ("Jesus Christ conquers").

Sear 1825
Ginolerhino
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1042-1055 - follis (anonymous class D)41 viewsChrist facing seated on throne, holding gospels ; in field IC / XC
- + - / IS XC / bASILE / bASIL

Sear 1836
Ginolerhino
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1068-1071 - follis (Anonymous class G)40 viewsBust of Christ facing, holding scroll ; in field IC / XC
Bust of the Virgin Mary facing, raising both hands (praying, it's why this icon is called in Latin Virgo orans) ; in field MTP / ΘV ("Mother of God")

Sear 1867
Ginolerhino
T-3203_107_Severina_AE-Ant-Silvered_SEVERINA-PF-AVG_CONCORDIA-AVG_V_XXI_RIC-19v__T-3203_Antioch_iss-7_off-5_275-AD_Q-001_0h_23mm_4,61g-s.jpg
107 Severina (270-275 A.D.), T-3203 (Estiot), RIC V-I 019var, Antioch, AE-Antoninianus, CONCORDIA AVG, V//XXI, Emperor and Empress, R!203 views107 Severina (270-275 A.D.), T-3203 (Estiot), RIC V-I 019var, Antioch, AE-Antoninianus, CONCORDIA AVG, V//XXI, Emperor and Empress, R!
avers:- SEVERINA-PF-AVG, Empress right, diademed, draped, on a lunar crescent. (E2)
revers:- CONCORDIA-AVG, Emperor togate (no laurel crown) standing right, clasping the hand of Empress standing left. (Emperor and Empress 1)
"A very interesting coin from the historical point of view as it belongs to the issues dating from Severina's interregnum after the assassination of Aurelian (september-november 275).
"As far as the organisation of coin production was concerned, we see that from the end of 274, certain officinae in some of the mints struck coins exclusively for Severina: this is the case with issues 2-4 at Lyon, issues 10-11 at Rome and issue 4 at Ticinum. After the death of Aurelian, the officinae are no longer shared between Aurelian and Severina: at Lyon, there is a 5th issue attested by coins in the name of Severina only, and the same applies to the 12th issue at Rome where the empress monopolizes the six active équipes, and the 5th issue at Ticinum, where all six officinae struck coins just for Severina. It is clear that the Empress as regent was exercising alone power and right to coin.
In fact the evidence shows that all eight mints that were active in the autumn of 275 across the Empire were producing issues in the name of Severina alone. The mint at Serdica struck coins for Severina with the legend Severina Augusta.The mint at Antioch exceptionally gave the Empress the titles P(ia) F(elix), normally reserved for emperors; on the reverse, the legend is changed from the plural form Concordia Augg (Augustorum) to the singular Concordia Aug, which may be expanded as Concordia Augustae. The type no longer shows the standard reverse, Aurelian shaking the hand of Concordia, but an anonymous male figure, now without laurel-wreath and sceptre, shaking the hand of Severina, who is easily recognizable by her characteristic hairdress and is shown in a larger size. At Alexandria, coins in the name of Severina continued to be struck as the mint received the news of Aurelian’s assassination, and stopped issuing his coins: the hoards from Karanis have 5 tetradrachms of the 7th year of Aurelian (that is after 29 August 275), but 25 of Severina."
(From the website Monnaies de l'Empire Romain / Roman Imperial Coinage 268-276 AD : http://www.ric.mom.fr/en/info/hist5#severine)"
by S. Estiot. Thank you S. Estiot.
exerg: V//XXI, diameter: 23mm, weight: 4,61g, axes: 0h,
mint: Antioch, iss-7, off-5, date: 275 A.D., ref: RIC-19var., T-3203 (Estiot), C-,
Q-001
quadrans
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1078-1081 AD - Nicephorus III (Botaniates) - Anonymous Follis, Class I11 viewsEmperor: Nicephorus III (Botaniates) (r. 1078-1081 AD)
Date: 1078-1081 AD
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Anonymous Follis, Class I

Obverse: No legend
Bust of Christ facing, having long, slightly forked beard and cross nimbus with one pellet in each arm, wearing tunic and himation; right hand blessing inwards in sling of cloak, left holds book, with on cover, from beneath. In field, - .

Reverse: No legend
Latin cross with one large and two small pellets at each extremity, small cross at intersection, and pellet with floral ornaments to left and right at base. Above, crescents to left and right.

DO I; Sear 1889
5.13g; 22.9mm; 195°
Pep
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1078-1081 AD - Nicephorus III - Sear 1889 - Anonymous Follis39 viewsEmperor: Nicephorus III (r. 1078-1081 AD)
Date: 1078-1081 AD
Condition: Fair
Denomination: Anonymous Follis (Class I)

Obverse: Bust of Christ facing, wearing nimbus cruciger, pallium and colobium, and raising right hand in benediction; in left hand, book of Gospels; to left, ; to right, ; normal border.

Reverse: Latin cross, with X at centre, and globule and two pellets at each extremity; in lower field, on either side, floral ornament; in upper field, on either side, crescent.

Constantinople mint
Sear 1889
3.35g; 25.6mm; 180°
Pep
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128/1. Decia - denarius (206-200 BC)19 viewsAR Denarius (uncertain mint, 206-200 BC)
O/ Helmeted head of Roma right; X behind head.
R/ The Dioscuri galloping right; shield & carnyx below horses; ROMA in exergue.
4.01g; 20.5mm
Crawford 128/1 (less than 10 obverse dies/less than 12 reverse dies)
- Privately bought from Münzen & Medaillen Basel.
- Ex collection of Elvira Elisa Clain-Stefanelli (1914-2001), former director of the National Numismatic Collection (part of the Smithsonian Institute).
- Naville Numismatics Live Auction 29, lot 479.

* Anonymous (shield & carnyx), Decius?:

This very rare issue has traditionally been attributed to a descendant of a line of three heroes named Publius Decius Mus. The first of that name was Consul in 340 BC; he received the Grass Crown after having saved his army from destruction against the Samnites, then sacrificed himself at the Battle of Vesuvius during his consulship in an act of devotio (exchanging his life against the victory of his army). His son was four times Consul (312, 308, 297 and 295 BC) and similarly sacrificed himself at the Battle of Sentinum in 295 BC against a coalition of Etruscans, Samnites, and Gauls. The third of that name was Consul in 279 BC and fought against Pyrrhus, who successfully thwarted his attempt to sacrifice himself like his ancestors (cf. discussion in Broughton, vol. I, p. 193).

300 years later, Trajan restored several issues of the Republic, including this one, but with the addition of DECIVS MVS on the obverse (RIC 766). Babelon thus assumed that this denarius was minted by the son of the last Publius Decius Mus (Decia 1). In this hypothesis, the shield and Carnyx refers to the second Mus -- the one who fought the Gauls.

However, Crawford contested this view, writing: "The restoration of this issue by Trajan with the added legend DECIVS MVS provides no grounds whatever for supposing that it was originally struck by someone of that name - the family was certainly extinct by this period."

It is still very strange that Trajan picked this rare denarius, from an irregular mint, for restoration. He could have chosen many other anonymous issues of the early Roman coinage, and simply add the name of Decius Mus. It thus shows that the imperial mint had retained some specimens or archives of previous issues up to the 3rd century BC, because due to its rarity, this denarius had already disappeared from circulation by the time of Trajan. A list of the magistrates behind each issue could therefore have been kept as well; Trajan might have selected the moneyers whom he thought were significant for the history of Rome and restored their issue. A Publius Decius Subulo was living in these years (Livy, xliii. 17) and perhaps minted this coin; his name could have been preserved in the archives of the mint, which might have led Trajan to pick his denarius for restoration.
1 commentsJoss
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143 B.C., Anonymous, AR-Denarius, Crawford 222/1, Rome, Biga of stags galloping right, #182 views143 B.C., Anonymous, AR-Denarius, Crawford 222/1, Rome, Biga of stags galloping right, #1
avers: Helmeted head of Roma right, behind X, border of dots.
reverse: Biga of stags galloping right, crescent below, in exergue ROMA.
exergue: -/-//ROMA, diameter: 16,0-17,5mm, weight: 3,80g, axis: 0h,
mint: Rome, date: 143 B.C., ref: Crawford-222/1, Sydenham-438,
Q-001
quadrans
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15-02 - Follis AnĂłnimo Clase A2 (976 - 1025 D.C.)28 viewsAtribuida al reinado conjunto de Basilio II y Constantino VIII.
AE Follis 30 x 27 mm 9.6 gr.

Anv: "EMMA - NOVHΛ", "IX - XC" (en campos izq. y derecho) - Busto de Cristo de frente nimbado (Forma rectangular en la cruz del limbo), sosteniendo el Libro de los Evangelios (5 puntos en el libro).
Rev: " IhSUS / XRISTUS / bASILEU / bASILE " (Jesús Cristo Rey de Reyes), leyenda en 4 líneas, debajo y arriba ornamentos tipo 47 (Forma rectangular).

Acuńada 976 - 1025 D.C.
Ceca: Constantinopla

Referencias: Sear BCTV #1813 Pag. 376 - Bellinger D.O. pp.651 - B.M.C. (Basil II and Constantine VII) #21-40 - Ratto M.B.(Basil II and Constantine VII) #1951-65 - Morrisson C.M.b.B.N. pp.596/8 #1-66
mdelvalle
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15-04 - Follis AnĂłnimo Clase D (1042 - 1055 D.C.) 25 viewsAtribuida al reinado de Constantino IX.
AE Follis 28 x 26 mm 10.9 gr.

Anv: "IX - XC" (en campos izq. y derecho) - Cristo sentado en trono con respaldo de frente, vistiendo nimbus cruciger (Halo redondo con cruz que rodea su busto), Pallium (Tipo de capa o manto) y Collobium (Túnica especial sin mangas), sosteniendo el Libro de los Evangelios con ambas manos.
Rev: " IhSUS / bASILEU / bASILE " (Jesús Rey de Reyes), leyenda en 3 líneas, ornamentado debajo con "- u -" y arriba con "- + -".

Acuńada 1042 - 1055 D.C.
Ceca: Constantinopla

Referencias: Sear BCTV #1836 Pag. 378 - Bellinger D.O. pp.685/7 - B.M.C. (Constantine X) #10-17 - Ratto M.B.(Constantine X) #2015/7 - Morrisson C.M.b.B.N. pp.601 #107/19
mdelvalle
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1660 Roman Woodcut Prints90 viewsDate: ca. AD 1660, Anonymous
Size: 16 x 10.7 cm

This is an leaf from a book on Rome from circa AD 1660. It has hand colored images of various Roman architecture (including the Colosseum). It has rough edges and some minor age toning, but overall the pictures are intact, brightly colored, and beautifully preserved. This book was published during the reign of Leopold I, Holy Roman Emperor. In the seventeenth century, the city of Rome became the consummate statement of Catholic majesty and triumph expressed in all the arts. Baroque architects, artists, and urban planners so magnified and invigorated the classical and ecclesiastical traditions of the city that it became for centuries after the acknowledged capital of the European art world, not only a focus for tourists and artists but also a watershed of inspiration throughout the Western world.
3 commentsNoah
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167/1 Anonymous19 viewsAnonymous. Ar Denarius. c 179-170 BC. Obv: Helmeted head of Roma r.; behind, X. Rev: The Dioscuri galloping r.; below horses, helmet and ROMA in linear frame.
Syd. 311; Crawford 167/1
1 commentsPaddy
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19 ANONYMOUS. Period of Domitian to Antoninus Pius, Quadrans Circa 81-161 AD Mars32 viewsReference.
RIC 19 (pag. 218); Cohen 26; Weigel 10

Obv.
Helmeted and cuirassed bust of Mars right

Rev. S-C
Cuirass.

2.41 gr
18 mm
12h

Note from CNG.
Under Trajan and Hadrian several series of bronze quadrantes were struck in the names of the imperial mines in Noricum, Dalmatia, Pannonia and Moesia (Dardania). These operations supplied metal for the mint at Rome, and perhaps were the sites of workshops to produce coinage for local circulation or as donatives. Some scholars believe these pieces were struck at Rome itself, and served some unidentified function, much as the contemporary "nome" coinage struck at Alexandria in Egypt. Whatever the circumstances, these pieces saw limited use, and, except for one rare type struck by Marcus Aurelius, were not issued at any other period.
2 commentsokidoki
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1931B ALEXIUS AE TETARTERON S-1931 DOC 40 CLBC 2.4.7 SBCV-1910???49 viewsOBV Jeweled radiate Cross, decorated at the end of each limb with one large globule and two smaller, all on two steps.

REV. Bust of emperor wearing stemma, divitision and jeweled loros of traditional type; holds in r. hand scepter cruciger and in l. Globus cruciger.

Size 25/22mm

Weight 3.2gm

This is a Thessalonica minted coin, it contains no silver. It is believed to be valued at 1/864 Hyperpyron and the Metropolitan (Constantinople) issues at 1/288 Hyperpyron. This coins are much more common than Metropolitan coins and very abundant in today’s marketplace.

DOC lists 25 examples with weights running from1.09gm to 4.22gm and sizes ranging from 17mm to 23mm

This example is more than likely the coin listed as S-1910 , Sear 1931 struck over a Class I or Class K anonymous follis. Hendys ( S-1910) lists at 2.96gm around 23mm
Simon
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196/1 AE As30 viewsAnonymous [Star]. Ć As. Rome Mint. c 169-158 BC. (32 mm, 17.95 g, 4 h) Rev: Laureate head of Janus; above, I. Obv: Prow of galley right; above, star; before, I; below, ROMA.
BMCRR 461; Syd 264; Crawford 196/1

Reddish-brown patina with some black spots. Nearly very fine.
A duplicate from the RBW Collection of Roman Republican Coins. Purchased privately from Frank Kovacs in 1988

Ex: Triskles
Paddy
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1en Julian II "Apostate"26 views360-363

AE3

Pearl-diademed, helmeted, cuirassed bust left, holding shield & spear, D N FL CL IVLIANVS P F AVG
VOT X MVLT XX in four lines within wreath, palm branch-BSIS-palm branch in ex [?].

RIC 415

According to Zosimus: Constantius, having so well succeeded in his design against Vetranio, marched against Magnentius, having first conferred the title of Caesar on Gallus, the son of his uncle, and brother to Julian who was afterwards emperor, and given him in marriage his sister Constantia. . . . CONSTANTIUS, after having acted towards Gallus Caesar in the manner I have related, left Pannonia to proceed into Italy. . . . He scarcely thought himself capable of managing affairs at this critical period. He was unwilling, however, to associate any one with himself in the government, because he so much desired to rule alone, and could esteem no man his friend. Under these circumstances he was at a loss how to act. It happened, however, that when the empire was in the greatest danger, Eusebia, the wife of Constantius, who was a woman of extraordinary learning, and of greater wisdom than her sex is usually endowed with, advised him to confer the government of the nations beyond the Alps on Julianus Caesar, who was brother to Gallus, and grandson to Constantius. As she knew that the emperor was suspicious of all his kindred, she thus circumvented him. She observed to him, that Julian was a young man unacquainted with the intrigues of state, having devoted himself totally to his studies; and that he was wholly inexperienced in worldly business. That on this account he would be more fit for his purpose than any other person. That either he would be fortunate, and his success would be attributed to the emperor's conduct, or that he would fail and perish; and that thus Constantius would have none of the imperial family to succeed to him.

Constantius, having approved her advice, sent for Julian from Athens, where he lived among the philosophers, and excelled all his masters in every kind of learning. Accordingly, Julian returning from Greece into Italy, Constantius declared him Caesar, gave him in marriage his sister Helena, and sent him beyond the Alps. . . .

Constantius, having thus disposed of Julian, marched himself into Pannonia and Moesia, and having there suppressed the Quadi and the Sarmatians, proceeded to the east, and was provoked to war by the inroads of the Persians. Julian by this time had arrived beyond the Alps into the Gallic nations which he was to rule. Perceiving that the Barbarians continued committing the same violence, Eusebia, for the same reasons as before, persuaded Constantius to place the entire management of those countries into the hands of Julian. . . . Julian finding the military affairs of Gallia Celtica in a very ruinous state, and that the Barbarians pased the Rhine without any resistance, even almost as far as the sea-port towns, he took a survey of the remaining parts of the enemy. And understanding that the people of those parts were terrified at the very name of the Barbarians, while those whom Constantius had sent along with him, who were not more than three hundred and sixty, knew nothing more, as he used to say, than how to say their prayers, he enlisted as many more as he could and took in a great number of volunteers. He also provided arms, and finding a quantity of old weapons in some town he fitted them up, and distributed them among the soldiers. The scouts bringing him intelligence, that an immense number of Barbarians had crossed the river near the city of Argentoratum (Strasburg) which stands on the Rhine, he no sooner heard of it, than he led forth his army with the greatest speed, and engaging with the enemy gained such a victory as exceeds all description.

After these events he raised a great army to make war on the whole German nation; He was opposed however by the Barbarians in vast numbers. Caesar therefore would not wait while they came up to him, but crossed the Rhine, preferring that their country should be the seat of war, and not that of the Romans, as by that means the cities would escape being again pillaged by the Barbarians. A most furious battle therefore took place; a great number of the Barbarians being slain on the field of battle, while the rest fled, and were pursued by Caesar into the Hercynian forest, and many of them killed. . . .

But while Julian was at Parisium, a small town in Germany, the soldiers, being ready to march, continued at supper till midnight in a place near the palace, which they so called there. They were as yet ignorant of any design against Caesar [by Constantius], when some tribunes, who began to suspect the contrivance against him, privately distributed a number of anonymous billets among the soldiers, in which they represented to them, that Caesar, by his judicious conduct had so managed affairs, that almost all of them had erected trophies over the Barbarians ; that he had always fought like a private soldier, and was now in extreme danger from the emperor, who would shortly deprive him of his whole army, unless they prevented it. Some of the soldiers having read these billets, and published the intrigue to the whole army, all were highly enraged. They suddenly rose from their seats in great commotion, and with the cups yet in their hands went to the palace. Breaking open the doors without ceremony, they brought out Caesar, and lifting him on a shield declared him emperor and Augustus. They then, without attending to his reluctance, placed a diadem upon his head. . . .

Arriving at Naisus, he consulted the soothsayers what measures to pursue. As the entrails signified that he must stay there for some time, he obeyed, observing likewise the time that was mentioned in his dream. When this, according to the motion of the planets, was arrived, a party of horsemen arrived from Constantinople at Naisus, with intelligence that Constantius was dead, and that the armies desired Julian to be emperor. Upon this he accepted what the gods had bestowed upon him, and proceeded on his journey. On his arrival at. Byzantium, he was received with joyful acclamations. . . .

[After slashing through Persia and crossing the Tigris,] they perceived the Persian army, with which they engaged, and having considerably the advantage, they killed a great number of Persians. Upon the following day, about noon, the Persians drew up in a large body, and once more attacked the rear of the Roman army. The Romans, being at that time out of their ranks, were surprised and alarmed at the suddenness of the attack, yet made a stout and spirited defence. The emperor, according to his custom, went round the army, encouraging them to fight with ardour. When by this means all were engaged, the emperor, who sometimes rode to the commanders and tribunes, and was at other times among the private soldiers, received a wound in the heat of the engagement, and was borne on a shield to his tent. He survived only till midnight. He then expired, after having nearly subverted the Persian empire.

Note: Julian favored the pagan faith over Christianity and was tarred by the church as "the apostate."
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2 Soldiers and Banner10 viewsIn style of Anonymous bust of Cyzicus mint.

* Please not the tear-drop eyes of the bust; you could argue the Celtic style of Briton was still strong when creating this coin
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2. Anonymous. 206-195 BC. Æ As (33mm, 26.72 gm)163 viewsAnonymous. 206-195 BC. Ć As (33mm, 26.72 gm). Laureate head of Janus; I above / Prow of galley right; meta above, I before. Crawford 124/3; Sydenham 260; BMCRR -. Near VF, brown patina.

Ex Goodman Collection (Classical Numismatic Group 45, 18 March 1998), lot 1306.

Ex Cng sale 100 lot 110. 71/75

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211-208 B.C., Anonymus AR-Sestertius, Crawford 042/7, Rome, Dioscuri galloping right, #189 views211-208 B.C., Anonymus AR-Sestertius, Crawford 042/7, Rome, Dioscuri galloping right, #1
avers: Helmeted head of Roma right, behind SII, border of dots.
reverse: Dioscuri galloping right, in exergue in linear frame ROMA, line border.
exergue: -/-//ROMA, diameter: 10,5-11,5mm, weight: 0,97g, axis: 8h,
mint: Rome, date: 211-208 B.C.,
ref: Crawford-042/7, Sydenham-142, BMCRR Rome 13, Sear 46, Anonymous,
Q-001
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211-208 B.C.,Anonymus AR-Denarius, Crawford 167/1, Rome, 167 views211-208 B.C., Anonymus AR-Denarius, Crawford 167/1, Rome,
avers: Helmeted head of Roma right, behind X, before staff, border of dots.
reverse: Dioscuri galloping right, in exergue in linear frame ROMA, line border .
exergue: -/-//ROMA, diameter: 17,5-18,5mm, weight: 3,53g, axis: 7h,
mint: Rome, date: 211-208 B.C., ref: Crawford-167/1, Sydenham-311, Anonymous,
Q-001
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2154 Anonymous1 (Magn.) AE Tetarteron – SBCV-2154 DOC IV 6 Type D49 viewsOBV Cross radiate, with lunate ornaments, decorated with pellets , at ends.

REV Half length figure of Virgin, nimbate, orans wearing tunic.

Size 21mm

Weight 2.6gm

DOC lists 4 examples. weight vary 1.32gm to 2.52gm and 19 to 22mm
Simon
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2154a Anonymous (Magn.) AE Tetarteron – SBCV-2154 DOC IV 6 Type D 19 viewsOBV Cross radiate, with lunate ornaments, decorated with pellets , at ends.

REV Half length figure of Virgin, nimbate, orans wearing tunic.

Size 20mm

Weight 2.61gm

DOC lists 4 examples. weight vary 1.32gm to 2.52gm and 19 to 22mm
Simon
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2155 Anonymous3 (Magn.) AE Tetarteron – SBCV-2155 DOC IV 7 Type E46 viewsOBV ICXC Cross decorated with pellets.

REV Two B's back to Back . Pellets in the loops on r.

Size 18.47mm

Weight. 2.5gm

Doc lists 8 examples from weights 1.81 to 2.55gm , Sizes from 16mm to 21mm
Simon
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2155a Anonymous3 (Magn.) AE Tetarteron – SBCV-2155 DOC IV 7 Type E 31 viewsOBV ICXC Cross decorated with pellets.

REV Two B's back to Back . Pellets in the loops on r.

Size 17mm

Weight. 2.78gm

Doc lists 8 examples from weights 1.81 to 2.55gm , Sizes from 16mm to 21mm
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2156 Anonymous (Magn.) AE Tetarteron – SBCV-2156 DOC IV 857 views
OBV- Head of Flower

REV – Two B’s back to back decorated with pellets. Pellet in loops of letter to r.

Size 18.11

Weight 1.9gm

DOC lists only one example, no weight 21mm
1 commentsSimon
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2157 Anonymous2 (Magn.) AE Tetarteron – SBCV-2157 DOC IV 9 Type G 27 viewsOBV Radiate, floriated, cross

REV Three-Quarter-length figure of St. Theodore, bearded and nimbate, wearing tunic, breastplate, and Saigon Holds in r. hand sword resting over shoulder in l. shield

( This coin is lacking an inscription for St Theodore, should be appearing in two columnar groups.)

Size 20mm

weight 2.9gm

DOC lists 3 examples weighing between 2.07gm to 2.60gm and sizes 20 to 22m
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22001 Valence Denier27 viewsValence Denier
Obv: + S APOLLINARS
cross pomme with annulet in second quarter.
Rev: + VRBS VALENTIA
Eagle standing facing

Anonymous. 13th century BI denier 18.2mm 1.3g

Thanks to shanxi for helping id.
2 commentsBlayne W
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24 Anonymous issues. Time of Hadrian to Antoninus Pius. Rome Quadrans 117-161 AD28 viewsReference.
RIC 24

Obv.
Diademed and draped bust of Venus right

Rev. S-C
Dove standing right.

4.05 gr
15 mm
6h
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27 Anonymous issues. Time of Hadrian to Antoninus Pius. Rome Quadrans 117-161 AD53 viewsReference.
RIC 27; C. 39

Obv.
Griffin seated right

Rev. S-C
Tripod.

2.49 gr
15 mm
9h
2 commentsokidoki
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28 Anonymous issues. Time of Hadrian to Antoninus Pius. Rome Quadrans 117-161 AD13 viewsReference.
RIC 28; C. 38

Obv.
Griffin seated left

Rev. S-C
Tripod.

2.43 gr
15 mm
6h

Note.
The series of Imperial-era anonymous quadrantes portrays eleven deities: Jupiter, Minerva, Roma, Neptune, Tiber, Mars, Venus, Apollo, Mercury, Bacchus/Liber, and Hercules, as well as the Four Seasons. They invariably depict either a portrait on the obverse and an attribute of the deity on the reverse, or otherwise an attribute on either side. These designs appear to be influenced, but not directly copied from, earlier designs of the Republican period.
okidoki
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30816 viewsAnonymous; c.108 BC
AE uncia
Obv Helmeted head of Roma right
Rev "ROMA"
Double cornucopiae
Rome mint
Crawford 308/4b
mauseus
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53/2 Denarius Group 410 viewsDenomination: Denarius
Metal: AR
Obverse: Head of Roma with Peaked visor, X mark of value behind
Reverse: Dioscuri riding r., Flag cape., ROMA in raised letters in three-line rectangular frame.
Weight: 3.72 gm
Reference: Crawford 53/2
Provenance: CNG Esale 284, lot 230, 8-Aug-2012

Comments: Group 4 flag cape and small stars (later variation of group 4). This is one of the coins that spans the Group 4-Group 5 boundary. The obverse style is very close to the prototypical group 5 with a charming, almost “elfin” face, but the frame on the reverse is a close rectangle rather than a long exergual frame. This is an anonymous sibling to RRC 88/2, the spear head symbol series. Reverse slightly off-center, otherwise GEF.
Steve B5
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53/2 Denarius Group 59 viewsDenomination: Denarius
Metal: AR
Obverse: Head of Roma with Peaked visor, X mark of value behind
Reverse: Dioscuri riding r., Flag cape., ROMA in raised letters in exergue.
Weight: 3.99 gm
Reference: Crawford 53/2
Provenance: Ebay, ex Ibercoin 12, Lot 3. Feb, 2013

Comments: This is a true prototype of group 5. The obverse style is has a charming face, and the reverse ROMA is in a fully exergual frame. This is an anonymous sibling to RRC 88/2, the spear head symbol series. Little actual wear but the reverse is a little off-center and there are a few minor dings. Very Fine.
Steve B5
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6. Constantine X, Class E anonymous follis31 viewsConstantine X
1059 - 1067
Class E anonymous follis

obv. - Jesus with nimbus, holding book of gospels, IC - XC
Zam
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6.1 Constantine X, Class E anonymous follis40 viewsConstantine X
1059 - 1067
Class E anonymous follis

rev. - ISXS - bASILE - bASIL in three lines
Zam
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81-161 AD - Anonymous AE quadrans - period of Domitian to Antoninus Pius, c81-161 AD37 viewsobv: Helmeted & draped bust of Minerva right
rev: S-C in fields, owl standing half right, head facing
ref: RIC II 7, C.7
3.41gms, 17-19mm
Scarce
berserker
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976-1025 - follis (Anonymous class A2)60 views+ EMMANOVHΛ , bust of Christ facing, holding gospels ; in field IC / XC
+ IhSuS / XRISTuS / bASILEu / bASILE

Sear 1813
Ginolerhino
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976-1025 A.D. - follis (Anonymous class A2)22 viewsThis coin has Christ on the obverse and the reverse contains the inscription +IhSUS, XRISTUS, bASILEU, bASILE. This would mean Jesus Christ, King of Kings. Thanks for all the I.D. help I received.cwonsidler
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Ağ Qoyunlu: Anonymous (1378-1501 CE) Fals (Album 2563A)16 viewsObv: Lion advancing right; personification of sun in background.
Rev: Tamgha of the Ağ Qoyunlu.
Quant.Geek
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a.ANONYMOUS AE Quarter-Litra 241-222 BC73 views
D/ Helmeted hd. of Diana r.
R/ Dog walking r.; in ex. ROMA

Syd. 22
Rugser
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a.ANONYMOUS Quinarius (From BC 211)38 viewsD/ Hd. of Roma r., V behind hd.
R/ The Dioscuririding r., stars abowe, ROMA incuse below.

Syd. 141, 169
Rugser
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a.ANONYMOUS Quinarius (from BC 211)30 viewsD/ Hd. of Roma r., V behind hd.
R/ The Dioscuririding r., stars abowe, ROMA incuse below.

Syd. 141, 169
Rugser
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a.ANONYMOUS TRIENS 269-242 BC50 viewsD/ Thunderbolt an four pellets.
R/ Dolphin and four pellets

Syd. 10

Rugser
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A116-30 -Acuńacion Civica Anonima Semi-Autonoma (311 - 312 D.C.)39 viewsAE15 Ľ de Follis o Nummus 19 x 15 mm 1.2 gr.
Moneda tradicionalmente atribuida a Julian II hasta que J.Van Heesch en su artículo “The last Civic Coinages and the Religious Police of Maximinus Daza”, publicado en el Numismatic Chronicle vol.153 Pags. 66 y subsiguientes (1993), realiza un detallado estudio de este tipo de acuńación cívica anónima del cuarto siglo, donde demuestra que estas monedas se acuńaron bajos los auspicios de Maximino II Daya conmemorando “La Gran Persecución” de los Cristianos y por consiguiente la Victoria Pagana, al honrar con ellas a los antiguos dioses grecorromanos Júpiter, Apolo, Tyche, y Serapis. Recordemos que en dicha persecución (desde finales del 311 a finales del 312 D.C.) se cerraron Iglesias, encarcelando y/o desterrando a los cristianos. Esta campańa fue particularmente fuerte en Nicomedia, Antioquia y Alejandría, los tres centros principales del Imperio de Oriente. Estas persecuciones menguaron al ańo siguiente posiblemente como resultado de la preocupación de Maximino II al provocar abiertamente a los Emperadores Asociados de Occidente Constantino I y Licinio I.

Anv: "IOVI CONS - ERVATORI" – Júpiter semidesnudo, sentado en un trono a izquierda, portando globo en la mano de su brazo derecho extendido y largo cetro vertical en la izquierda.
Rev: "VICTOR - IA AVGG" – Victoria avanzando a izquierda, portando guirnalda en la mano de su brazo derecho extendido y hoja de palma en la izquierda. "ANT" en exergo y "B" en campo derecho.

Acuńada 311 - 312 D.C.
Ceca: Antiochia (Off. 2da.)

Referencias: Cohen Vol.VIII #53 Pag.49 (Julián II) (10f) - Salgado MRBI Vol.III #7952 Pag.94 – Vaggi #2955 - J.Van Heesch “The last Civic Coinages and the Religious Police of Maximinus Daza (1993)” #2.
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A2 Anonymous Follis. 976 - 1025 AD. AE 25-30mm11 viewsA2 Anonymous Follis. 976 - 1025 AD..
Basil II + Constantine VIII
Obv. facing bust of Christ, wearing nimbus cruciger,
Rev. + IhSuS / XRISTuS / bASILEu / bASILE (Jesus Christ King of Kings)
Lee S
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A2 Anonymous Follis. 976 - 1025 AD. AE 27-30mm 8 viewsA2 Anonymous Follis. 976 - 1025 AD.
Basil II + Constantine VIII
Obv. facing bust of Christ, wearing nimbus cruciger,
Rev. + IhSuS / XRISTuS / bASILEu / bASILE (Jesus Christ King of Kings)
Lee S
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A3 Anonymouse Follis , 1023-1028 AD . AE 26-28mm9 viewsA3 Anonymouse Follis , 1023-1028 AD .
Basil II & Constantine VIII
Obv. facing bust of Christ, wearing nimbus cruciger
Rev. + IhSuS / XRISTuS / bASILEu / bASILE (Jesus Christ King of Kings)
Lee S
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Abbasid Governors: Anonymous (753-754 AD) AE Fals, al-Basra (Album-303; Nützel-2069 )32 viewsObv: Within triple margin, annulet pattern ◎ ◎◎◎ repeated three times, لا إله إلا الله وحده لا شريك له (There is no god but Allah alone. There are no others with Him)
Rev: Within circle, محمد رسول الله (Muhammad is the apostle of Allah); in margin, بسم الله ضرب هذا الفلس بالبصرة سنة ست و ثلثين و مئة (In the name of Allah was struck this fals of al-Basra [in the] year six and thirty and [one] hundred); double outer circle with five ◎ annulets
SpongeBob
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ACHAIA, ACHAEAN LEAGUE, a, (Anonymous) Mid III Century BC.111 views AR Hemidrachm (2.63 gm).
Obv: Head of Zeus of fine style
Rev: Monogram within wreath.
Toned aVF, some porosity.
BCD.374. ex BCD Collection.
Rare.
Dino
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AE Aes Signatum or Aes Formatum13 viewsCentral Italy (Rome?).
Anonymous, 4th-3rd Century BCE.
AE Aes Signatum or Aes Formatum - Fragment (209g; circa 70mm).

A peice of an Aes Signatum or Aes Formatum ingot. Both sides show indecipherable remnants of design.

Provenance: Ex Dr. Neussel Collection [Peus Auction 420/421 (1 Nov 2017), Lot 18]; purchased on eBay from D.F. Grotjohann (17 Oct 2009).
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AE Anonymous follis of Christ, cCass B, Romanus III or Michael IV.41 viewsEMMANOVHΛ, facing bust of Christ, wearing nimbus cruciger, pallium and colobium, holding gospels with both hands, to left IC, to right XC

Cross on three steps with pellet at each extremity, in fields IS-XS (Jesus Christ) bAS-ILE/bAS-ILE (King of Kings)

SBCV 1823.
Will Hooton
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AE as60 viewsRepublican anonymous issue
211-206 B.C.
30.7 grams, 32 mm.
2 commentsTibsi
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AE follis Alexios I SB 190027 viewsObverse: Bust of Christ facing cross behind head, wearing pallium and colobium, raises r. hand in benediction
Reverse: Cross with globule and two pellets at each extremity, beneath , large crescent around, four globules each surrounded by pellets.
Mint: Constantinople
Date: Pre reform First Crusade, 1081-1092 CE
Sear 1900 H. 2.18-19 Class J anonymous folles
26mm 6.12gm
wileyc
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AE follis Alexios I SB 190013 viewsObverse: Bust of Christ facing cross behind head, wearing pallium and colobium, raises r. hand in benediction
Reverse: Cross with globule and two pellets at each extremity, beneath , large crescent around, four globules each surrounded by pellets.
Mint: Constantinople
Date: Pre reform First Crusade, 1081-1092 CE
Sear 1900 H. 2.18-19 Class J anonymous folles
25mm 6.99gm
wileyc
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AE follis Alexios I SB 190114 viewsObverse: Bust of Christ facing wearing nimbus cr. pallium and colobium, raising r. hand in benediction, in l. hand book of Gospels to l., IC to r. XC, Border of large pellets
Reverse: Three quarter length of the Virgin orans facing nimbate and wearing pallium and maphorium on either side of nimbus M-(theta) or MP-Theta V.,border of lg pellets
Mint: Constantinople
Date: pre reform 1081-1092 CE
Sear 1901 H pl.20-21 Class K Anonymous folles
21mm 4.07
wileyc
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AE follis Nicephorus III21 viewsObverse: Nimbate half-length bust of Christ facing, holding Gospels; barred IC-XC across field
Reverse:Latin cross; small saltire cross at center, pellet and two globules at each end; above, crescent to left and right below, floral ornament to left and right.
Mint: Constantinople
Date: 1078-1081
Sear 1989 Anonymous folles Class I
22mm 3.00 gm
wileyc
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Aes Grave Sextans30 viewsAnonymous. 225-213 BC. Ć Aes Grave Sextans (29x20mm, 28.57 g, 12h). Uncertain mint in Umbria. Club / Two pellets (mark of value). Thurlow & Vecchi 172. Fine, green patina.

Ex CNG sale 220 lot 405 115/150

The sextans was an Ancient Roman bronze coin produced during the Roman Republic valued at one-sixth of an as (2 unciae).

ecoli
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AFGHANISTAN - HORSE MAN & BULL - SAMANT DEWA -HINDU SHAHI - SILVER COIN - 3.21gm15 viewsSilver drachm (jital), ca.870-950 AD, late Kabul Shahi (Tye #21)
Horseman right, holding banner; Nagari Bhi in the upper left, Adl (?) in Arabic in the upper right / śri samanta deva in Nagari, recumbent zebu bull to left with symbol on rump; to left, star above pellet above crescent. Uncertain mint in (Kabul or Ohind?). 20mm, 3.21 grams. Tye #21. SKU 42565

Samanta Deva just meant "The Feudatory Chield" - it was the title assumed by the Kabul Shahi and their Islamic successors, and was probably not a personal name. Hundreds of types of jitals inscribed "Samanta Deva" (in imitation of this type) were struck by numerous dynasties in the later period. The Kabul Shahi dynasties also called Shahiya ruled the Kabul Valley (in eastern Afghanistan) and the old province of Gandhara (northern Pakistan) during the Classical Period of India, from the decline of the Kushan Empire in the 3rd century to the early 9th century. They are split into two eras the Buddhist-Shahis and the later Hindu-Shahis with the change-over occurring around 870. These coins are of full size and weight, but were probably not minted by Samanta Deva but can be considered anonymous issues of his successors
Antonivs Protti
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Afghanistan: Anonymous Civic Copper (1245 AH) AE Falus (Undocumented)18 views1 commentsSpongeBob
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Afghanistan: Anonymous Civic Copper (1289 AH) AE Falus, Qandahar (Undocumented)6 viewsSpongeBob
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Aksumite Empire: Anonymous (ca. 440-470) Ć Unit (Hahn, Aksumite 36.2; Munro-Hay Type 76; BMC Axum 316)33 viewsObv: Crowned bust right, holding cruciform scepter
Rev: Greek cross within circle, central element with gold inlay
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Aksumite, Anonymous53 viewsObverse: Draped bust right, wearing headcloth ('King')
Reverse: Greek cross within circle, with greek legend ('May this please the country')
Date : Circa AD 340-425
Reference : Munro-Hay Type 52; BMC Aksum 140
Grade : VF
Weight : 1.12 g
Metal : AE
Comments : 13mm, The most common of all axumite coins, they are generally attributed to King Ezana, the first Christian King of the Axumites. Part of now Ethiopia, Axum (Askum) was in the path of the ancient commercial trade routes between Africa, Arabia, and India, as a result it became a very wealth and cosmopolitan centre in the ancient world. In the second century AD, Aksum expanded its empire acquired tribute states on the Arabian Peninsula across the Red Sea, conquered northern Ethiopia, and then finally conquered Kush.

In the fourth century, King Ezana, converted to Christianity under the influence of a Syrian bishop named Frumentius and declared Axum to be a Christian state. Axum remained a strong empire and trading power until the rise of Islam in the seventh century AD, when it became cut off from its major trading partners. However, because the Axumites had sheltered Muhammed's first followers, the Muslims never attempted to overthrow Axum as they spread across the face of Africa.

Of general interest they are the only coins minted in sub saharian africa during the ancient times and one of the first nations to offically convert to Christianity and to show Christian icons on their coins.
Bolayi
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ALMOHAD CALIPHATE (MUWAHHIDS)29 viewsALMOHAD CALIPHATE (MUWAHHIDS) AR Dirham, anonymous issue, 1130-1231. No date or mint. ARabic legends both sides. dpaul7
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Almohads - Islamic87 viewsAR Anonymous square Dirham
Almohads (Muwahidun)
Abu Ya'qub Yusuf ibn Ya'qub 685-706AH/1286-1307AD
Without mint name
Obv:
There is No lord Except God
The command is all God's
There is no power except through God

Rev:
God is our lord
Muhammad is our Messenger
al-Mahdi is our Imam
Tanit
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Almohads - Islamic34 viewsAR Anonymous square Dirham
Almohads (Muwahidun)
Abu Ya'qub Yusuf ibn Ya'qub 685-706AH/1286-1307AD
Without mint name
Obv:
There is No lord Except God
The command is all God's
There is no power except through God

Rev:
God is our lord
Muhammad is our Messenger
al-Mahdi is our Imam
Tanit
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Almohads. Anonymous in the name of al-Mahdě. AR Square Dirham. 558 - 668 AH.8 viewsMayurqa (Mallorca) mint. Circa 11th century AD. Hazard 1116; Vives 2093.Russel K
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Almohads: Anonymous (ca. 1160-1269) AR Dirham (Hohertz-20; Album-496)17 viewsObv: Arabic legend in Nashki script لا اله الا الله الامر كله لله لا قوة الا بالله (There is no Lord except Allah; The command is all up to Allah; There is no power except through Allah)
Rev: Arabic legend in Nashki script الله ربنا محمد رسولنا المهدي امامنا (Allah is our Lord; Muhammad is our Messenger; al-Mahdi is our Imam)
SpongeBob
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Anchor - Denarius, Crawford 50/212 viewsDenomination: Denarius
Era: c. 209-208 BC
Metal: AR
Obverse: Helmeted head of Roma r. with splayed visor. Behind, “X”. Border of dots
Reverse: Dioscuri r.; below to r., anchor; in linear frame “ROMA”.
Mint: Rome
Weight: 4.71 gm.
Reference: Crawford 50/2
Provenance: Gert Boersema. 31-JAN-2018


Comments: Anonymous denarius with anchor symbol (early variety with splayed visor)
VF.
Steve B5
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Ancient Greece, Sicily: Anonymous (415-375 BCE) Ć Hemilitron (HGC 2, 1480; SNG ANS 415 ff; SNG Cop 697 ff)27 viewsObv: Signed by Euainetos (ΣY on band); Head of Arethusa left, wearing hair band and earrings, back of hair in sphendone; olive spray behind
Rev: Dolphin swimming right above, ΣYPA arched over inverted scallop shell below
Quant.Geek
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Ancient imitative, Saturn/Prow39 viewsRoman Republican, 1st Century B.C., Ancient Imitative. Bronze semis, cf. Crawford 339/2 (official, Rome mint), VF, porous dark patina, 3.598g, 16.7mm, 0o, obverse head of Saturn right; reverse , prow right. An unofficial imitative of a late anonymous issue. ex FORVMPodiceps
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Ancient Judaea, The Jewish War: Anonymous (66-70 CE) Ć Prutah, Jerusalem, RY 2 (Hendin 1360; TJC 196)13 viewsObv: amphora with broad rim and two handles
Rev: vine leaf on small branch with tendril
Quant.Geek
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ANONYMOUS47 viewsAR drachm (half quadrigatus). 225-212 BC. 3.27 gm. Laureate head of Janus; heavy straight truncation line . / Jupiter in quadriga driven by Victory left. ROMA raised in exergue.
Crawford 28/4; RSC 25.
CNG Triton VII, Lot: 824.
benito
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Anonymous54 viewsAnonymous Denarius. 115-114 BC. Head of Roma right in Corinthian helmet, X behind / Roma seated right on shield, wolf and twins before, two birds in fields. Cr287/1, Syd 530.

3 commentsrmon
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Anonymous19 viewsAnonymous. After 211 BC. Ć Triens (22mm, 7.34 g, 2h). Uncertain mint. Helmeted head of Minerva right; four pellets above / Prow of galley right; four pellets below. Crawford 56/4; Sydenham 143b. VF, dark green patina, minor porosity.

Ex A.K. Collection (Triton XII, 6 January 2009), lot 463 (part of).

Ex-CNG 219 lot 391 60/100

The triens (plural trientes) was an Ancient Roman bronze coin produced during the Roman Republic valued at one-third of an as (4 unciae). The most common design for the triens was the bust of Minerva and four pellets (indicating four unciae) on the obverse and the prow of a galley on the reverse. It was not a common denomination and was last struck c. 89 BC.


ecoli
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Anonymous26 viewsAnonymous. After 211 BC. Ć Semis (23mm, 9.69 g, 7h). Uncertain mint. Laureate head of Saturn right; S behind / Prow of galley right; S above. Crawford 56/3; Sydenham 143a. VF, green patina, minor roughness.

Ex-CNG 219 lot 390 62/100

The semis (literally meaning half) was a small Roman bronze coin that was valued at half an as. During the Roman Republic, the semis was distinguished by an 'S' (indicating semis) or 6 dots (indicating a theoretical weight of 6 unciae). Some of the coins featured a bust of Saturn on the obverse, and the prow of a ship on the reverse.

Initially a cast coin, like the rest of Roman Republican bronzes, it began to be struck from shortly before the Second Punic War (218-204 BC). The coin was issued infrequently during the Roman Empire, and ceased to be issued by the time of Hadrian (117-138 AD).
ecoli
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Anonymous12 viewsAnonymous. Time of Justinian I, circa 530. AR Half Siliqua (13mm, 0.96 g, 11h). Constantinople mint. Helmeted and draped bust of Constantinopolis right / Large K. Bendall, Anonymous 8d.TLP
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ANONYMOUS38 viewsAR drachm (half quadrigatus). 225-212 BC. 3.27 gm. Laureate head of Janus; heavy straight truncation line . / Jupiter in quadriga driven by Victory left. ROMA raised in exergue.
Crawford 28/4; RSC 25.
CNG Triton VII, Lot: 824.
benito
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ANONYMOUS14 viewsAR denarius. 86 AD. 4.05 grs. Anepigraphic. Laureate head of Apollo right. Thunderbolt below. / Jupiter in quadriga right.
Craw 373/1a. RSC 226
benito
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ANONYMOUS 38 viewsAR denarius. 86 AD. 4.05 grs. Anepigraphic. Laureate head of Apollo right. Thunderbolt below. / Jupiter in quadriga right.
Craw 373/1a. RSC 226
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ANONYMOUS31 viewsAE semis . Spanish mint. After 211 BC. 7,83 grs. Laureate head of Saturn right. S behind / Prow of galley right. S above. ROMA in exergue.
Crawford 56/3.

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Anonymous88 viewsObv: Head of Roma facing right, wearing a winged and crested Corinthian helmet, X behind, ROMA below.

Rev: Roma seated right on a pile of shields, holding a spear, two birds flying in field on the left and right, she-wolf suckling Romulus and Remus at Roma's feet.

Note: Anonymously issued denarii were an unusual occurrence at this time. Many years later, the reverse design was reused on an aureus of Titus during the Flavian era.

Silver Denarius, Rome mint, 115 - 114 BC

3.9 grams, 20.5 mm, 270°

RSC Anonymous 176, S164
SPQR Coins
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ANONYMOUS 39 viewsAnonymous. AE 14. Alexandria,first officina, first half IV C. AD. 1,37 grs. Draped bust of Serapis right, wearing modius DEO SANCTO SERAPIDI / Nilus reclining left on rock pile, holding reed and cornucopiae. DEO SANCTO NILO. In left field A. In exergue ALE.
Cfr. Alfoldi:Festival of Isis... Pl. IV,35 (different officina). J. Van Heesch 6(b)
benito
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Anonymous51 viewsObv: Helmeted head of Roma facing right, with triple earring, spike above visor, X behind.

Rev: The Dioscuri, Castor and Pollux, on horseback, riding right, ROMA in exergue.

Silver Denarius, Rome mint, c. 211 BC

4.4 grams, 18.5 mm, 180°

RSC Anonymous 2, S38
3 commentsSPQR Matt
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ANONYMOUS110 viewsAR denarius. Uncertain mint. Staff and feather series.206-200 BC. 3,61 grs. 7 h. Helmeted head of Roma right,curl on left shoulder.. Staff before,mark of value (X) behind / The Dioscuri riding right,feather below. In exergue ROMA.
Craw. 130/1a. RSC 20 ee.
Romanumismatic E-sale 8.Lot 494. Ex A.McCabe collection. Ex RBW collection (Spinks)
benito
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ANONYMOUS18 viewsAR denarius. Uncertain mint. Staff and feather series.206-200 BC. 3,61 grs. 7 h. Helmeted head of Roma right,curl on left shoulder.. Staff before,mark of value (X) behind / The Dioscuri riding right,feather below. In exergue ROMA.
Craw. 130/1a. RSC 20 ee.
Romanumismatic E-sale 8.Lot 494. Ex A.McCabe collection. Ex RBW collection (Spinks)
benito
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Anonymous7 viewsAnonymous. 211-210 BC. AR Victoriatus (16.5mm, 3.14 g, 6h). Spearhead (first) series. Mint in southeast Italy. Laureate head of Jupiter right within border of dots / Victory standing right, placing wreath on trophy; Roma in exergue.

In around 218 BC, at roughly the same time as the appearance of the silver denarius, mints in the Roman Republic began to strike silver coins bearing on the obverse a bust of Jupiter and on the reverse a figure of Victory placing a wreath upon a trophy. Known as a victoriatus in Latin or tropaikon in Greek, this coin was primarily issued to facilitate payments in Greek-speaking southern Italy, where its weight was roughly equivalent to a drachm or half nomos. Rome at this time had a great need for coinage, as the Second Punic War then raged across Italy, and the city needed silver to pay her allies. This function is demonstrated by the hoard evidence, which shows that their circulation was generally limited to southern Italy, and later Cisalpine Gaul and Spain.

The victoriatus was generally struck in less pure silver than the denarius, rarely meeting the same 90% standard, yet it generally followed the same overall pattern of debasements. Despite this, it proved to be an important coin for the budding empire. Though the type was discontinued around 170 BC, the coins themselves continued to circulate, eventually becoming worn enough to function in the marketplace as quinarii. Accordingly, even into the early Imperial period, the silver quinarius was also sometimes refered to as a victoriatus.
ecoli
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Anonymous 13 viewsAnonymous
AR Denarius 3.4g
Helmeted head of Roma r./ Diana in biga, ROMA in ex.
RSC 5
Ex. Brian Bucklin
Rob D
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Anonymous4 viewsAR Quinarius, Rome around 211 BC, Sear 42, RSC-3, 2.3gm, toned.Ancient Aussie
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Anonymous (Ezanas Christian)520 viewsObverse: Bust rt. Garment draped on shoulders, v-neck collar, wearing a head cloth. Within a beaded border. Greek inscription BAX ACA (Interpretation uncertain)
Reverse: Greek cross in beaded inner circle, cross inlaid with gold. Greek inscription outside circle TOYTOAP[CHTHXWPA (May this please the country/people)
Date : AD.330-358
Reference : M-H 50, V27
Grade : EF
Weight : 0.73g
Metal : Silver

Comments : AR 13mm, Die Axis 0°, Aksum has claims to be the first civilization anywhere to use Christian imagery on its coins. King Ezanas became a Christian early in his reign and quickly made Christianity the official state religion. Around A.D. 330 he began to use the cross on his coinage as propaganda to spread his new religion, this is type is thought to be the first of those issues.
Bolayi
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Anonymous (Ezanas Christian)47 viewsObverse: Bust rt. Garment draped on shoulders, v-neck collar, wearing a head cloth. Within a beaded border. Greek inscription BAX ACA (Interpretation uncertain)
Reverse: Greek cross in beaded inner circle, cross inlaid with gold. Greek inscription outside circle TOYTOAP[CHTHXWPA (May this please the country/people)
Date : AD.330-358
Reference : M-H 50, V27
Grade : EF
Weight : 0.73g
Metal : AR

Comments : 13mm, Die Axis 0°, Aksum has claims to be the first civilization anywhere to use Christian imagery on its coins. King Ezanas became a Christian early in his reign and quickly made Christianity the official state religion. Around A.D. 330 he began to use the cross on his coinage as propaganda to spread his new religion, this is type is thought to be the first of those issues.
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Anonymous (GAR, OGVL, VER series), Denarius14 viewsAnonymous (GAR, OGVL, VER series), Denarius

RRC 350A/2
86 bc

Av: Head of Apollo r., wearing oak-wreath; below, thunderbolt,
Rv: Jupiter in quadriga r., holding reins and thunderbolt.

A number of dies from this issue are inscriben GAR, OVGL, VER on reverse. Crawforod identifies GAR as the orator C. Gargonius, from Ciceros Brutus

Ex Bertolami Fine arts, Auction 24, Numismatics, London, 23.06.2016, #442
Norbert
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Anonymous - As ("serrated" edge) - Crawford 56/29 viewsObv: Laureate head of Janus, I above
Rev: Prow right, I above, ROMA below
Size: 30 mm
Weight: 26,30 g
Mint: Rome
Date: after 211 BC
Ref: Crawford 56/2, Sydenham 143
Note: probably manually "serrated" in antiquity for unknown reason (to make a gaming token?)
vs1969
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Anonymous - Quadrigatus (cut in half) - Crawford 28/39 viewsObv: Laureate, janiform head of Dioscuri
Rev: Jupiter holding scepter and hurling thunderbolt in chariot driven right by Victory; ROMA incuse on tablet
Mint: Rome
Size: 23 mm
Weight: 4,60 gm
Date: 225-212 BC
Ref: Crawford 28/3. Sydenham 64a. RSC 23
Note: cut in half to make a drachm, the strike left more metal on the present piece
vs1969
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Anonymous - RSC-17699 viewsROMAN REPUBLIC Anonymous, 115 - 114 BC, AR denarius (21mm, 3.82g). Rome mint. Helmeted head of Roma right; X behind and ROMA below / Roma seated right on shields; wolf and twins before, two birds in fields. Crawford 287/1; Sydenham 530; RSC 176; RCV 1648 commentsBud Stewart
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Anonymous - Sestertius - Crawford 44/79 viewsObv: Helmeted head of Roma r.; behind, mark of value IIS
Rev: Dioscuri galloping r.; in exergue, ROMA in linear frame
Size: 12 mm
Weight: 0,96 g
Mint: Rome
Date: 211-208 BC
Ref: Crawford 44/7, Sydenham 142
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Anonymous AE Follis12 viewsAttributed to Constantine VIII (1025-1028 CE)

Obverse: Bust of Christ facing, wearing nimbus cross with various ornaments in each limb.. pallium and colobium, and holding books of Gospels.
Reverse: +IhSyB / XRISTUS/ bASILEy/bASILE - in 4 lines, Greek legend, "Jesus Christ, King of Kings."
Mint: Constantinople

SB 1813 Class A2. AE 32, 14.12g
Belisarius
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Anonymous AE Follis Class A216 viewsByzantine Empire, Anonymous AE Follis Class A2, Basil II and Constantine VIII (976-1028 AD)


Attributed to Basil II and Constantine VIII (976-1028 AD)

Obverse: IC-XC, Bust of Christ holding book of gospels. EMMA NOVHL

Reverse: IhSuS / XRISTuS / bASILEu / bASILE on four lines, ornament below.

Reference: SB 1813

Ex: Kayser-i Rum Numismatics +photo
Gil-galad
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Anonymous AE Quadrans13 viewsOBV: Head of Hercules right, wearing lion skin, three pellets behind.
REV: Prow right, ROMA above, three pellets below.
Date: 91 BC
3.01g
Syd 679c, Cr339/4a-b

The Roman Republic Anonymous Quadrans.
miffy
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Anonymous AE Quadrans23 viewsAnonymous. 169-158 BC. Ć Quadrans, 28mm. Obv: Head of Hercules right. Rev: Prow right, ROMA below.Molinari
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anonymous AE quadrans6 viewsRome
81-161 AD (Domitian - Marcus Aurelius)
cuirassed and helmeted bust of Mars right
cuirass
S C
RIC II p. 218, 19
2,57g
Johny SYSEL
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Anonymous AE quadrantes9 viewsPeriod of Domitian to Antoious Pius
No Legend: Winged Petasos(mercury's cap)
S-C on either side of winged Caduceus
Ric 2. 32. cohen 36
ecoli
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Anonymous AE Semis69 viewsAnonymous AE Semis. Circa 211 BC. Laureate Bust of Saturn right, S behind / Prow right, S above. Cr56/3; Syd143. 8.79g, 23mm.
Very Good.

Ex Roma Numismatics
Philoromaos
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Anonymous AE Semis circa 91 BC27 viewsRoman Republic Anonymous AE Semis circa 91 BC, 6.19g, 23mm

OBV: Head of Saturn right.

REV: Prow of a galley right "S" before, "ROMA" in exergue

REF: RCV 901

Ex: Aegean Numismatics +photo
Gil-galad
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Anonymous AE Semis circa 91 BC39 viewsRoman Republic Anonymous AE Semis circa 91 BC, 6.19g, 23mm

Obverse: Head of Saturn right.

Reverse: Prow of a galley right "S" before, "ROMA" in exergue

Reference: RCV 901

EX: Aegean Numismatics
Gil-galad
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Anonymous AE Uncia struck circa 217-215 BC,3 viewsAnonymous AE Uncia struck circa 217-215 BC,Ancient Aussie
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Anonymous Aes Grave As193 viewsAnonymous. Circa 225-217 BC. Ć Aes Grave As (63mm, 266.40 g, 12h). Libral standard. Rome mint. Head of bearded Janus; – (mark of value) below; all on a raised disk / Prow of galley right; | (mark of value) above; all on a raised disk. Crawford 35/1; Thurlow & Vecchi 51; Haeberlin pl. 10, 1-16, 4; HN Italy 337; Sydenham 71; Kestner 111-5; BMCRR Rome (Aes Grave) 1-16.

Ex. CNG eAuction 163, lot 211 (2007)
Ex. Triton XVI, lot 753 (2013)
Ex. CNG Coin Shop (2013)
8 commentsMolinari
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Anonymous AR denarius, 206-195 BC.88 viewsAnonymous AR denarius.
Obverse: Helmeted head of Roma r., X behind.
Reverse: Dioscuri riding r., rostrum tridens below horses; below, ROMA in linear frame.
Cr-114/1, Syd-244. 4.26g.
b70
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Anonymous AR Didrachm (Quadrigatus) - Janiform head and Jupiter in Quadriga (Crawf. 30/1)80 viewsAR Didrachm (Quadrigatus)
Uncertain mint, 225-214 BC
6.57g, 22mm

Obv: Laureate head of youthful Janus or Dioscuri

Rev: Jupiter holding sceptre and brandishing thunderbolt, in quadriga driven to right by Victory; ROMA incuse on raised tablet below.

Crawford 30/1; RSC 23; Sydenham 64b

Roma Numismatics Auction XVI, 498
From a private Swiss collection, outside of Italy prior to January 2011.
7 commentsKained but Able
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Anonymous AR Quinarius; Bust of Apollo r./ Victory crowning trophy, D between, ROMA in ex4 viewsRoman Republican Anonymous AR Quinarius, 14mm, 1.73g, minted at Rome, 81 BC. Laureate bust of Apollo right. Victory standing right crowning trophy, "D" between and "ROMA" in exergue. RSC 227a, Syd 609a, Crawford 373/1b. Podiceps
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Anonymous AR Victoriatus30 viewsAfter 211 BC. Rome mint.
Obv.: Laureate head of Jupiter.
Rev.: Victory standing right, crowning trophy.
Crawford 53/1.
Minos
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Anonymous AR-Victoriatus, struck after 211 BC.180 viewsObv: laureate head of Iupiter right.
Rev: Victory crowning trophy, ROMA in exergue.
Cr. 53/1. Syd. 83. Seaby 3, 9.
1 commentsb70
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Anonymous As, Janus/Ship brow14 viewsCheckecoli
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Anonymous As, Janus/Ship brow34 viewsL. Cornelius Cinna. 169-158 BC. Ć As. Rome mint. Laureate head of Janus; / Prow of galley right; CINA above. Crawford 178/1; Sydenham 368; BMCRR 804.

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Anonymous As, Janus/Ship brow19 viewsCheckecoli
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Anonymous As, Janus/Ship brow19 viewsCheckecoli
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Anonymous Æ 17mm Quartuncia of Semilibral Standard; Head of helmeted Roma/ prow8 viewsAnonymous Ć 17mm Quartuncia of Semilibral Standard. ca 234-215 BC. Head of Roma or Bellona right in crested attic helmet / ROMA above prow of galley right. Crawford 38/8, Sydenham 88.Podiceps
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Anonymous Æ Litra; Head of Apollo r. / Horse left10 viewsAnonymous, litra, before 211 B.C. 15mm, 2.4g. Obverse: laureate head of Apollo right. Reverse: ROMA Horse prancing left with loose reins. Sydenham 28. Crawford 26/3. ex areich, photo credit areichPodiceps
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Anonymous Æ Litra; Head of Apollo r. / Horse left12 viewsAnonymous AE Litra. Circa 234-231 BC. Laureate head of Apollo / horse rearing left, ROMA below. Crawford 26/3.Podiceps
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Anonymous Æ Post-reform Bronze As. Janus / Prow with I above36 viewsAnonymous. After 211 B.C. Post-reform Bronze As. Janus / Prow with I above. Crawford 56/2; Syd 143.Podiceps
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Anonymous Æ Semuncia; Mercury/ Prow13 viewsAnonymous. 217-215 B.C. Ć Semuncia. Head of Mercury right wearing petasos / Prow of galley right; ROMA above. Crawford 38/7; Sydenham 87.Podiceps
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Anonymous Æ Semuncia; Turreted female r. / Horse & naked rider12 viewsAnonymous. 217-215 BC. Ć Semuncia. Turreted female bust right (Cybele?), wearing drapery and necklace / Naked rider, holding whip, on horse prancing right; ROMA below. Crawford 39/5; Sydenham 97; BMC 136.Podiceps
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Anonymous Æ Sextans; Mercury/ Prow10 viewsAnonymous Ć Sextans of Semi-libral standard. ca 217-215 BC. Head of Mercury right wearing winged petasos; •• above / Prow of galley right; ROMA above, •• below. Cr 38/5; Syd 85; BMCRR 59.Podiceps
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Anonymous Æ Sextans; Mercury/ Prow, ear of grain above, KA to right18 viewsRoman Republic sextans, Mercury / Prow
anonymous sextans, Sicily mint, 211-208 BC. Size/Weight: 20 mm, 6.1g. Obverse: head of Mercury right, two globes above. Reverse: prow, ROMA below, ear of grain above, KA to right. RRC 69/6a. ex areich, photo credit areich
Podiceps
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Anonymous Bronze - Litra23 viewsAnonymous Bronze - Litra

RRC 25/3
241-235 bc

Av: Head of beardless Mars with corinthian helmet r.
Rv: Horse head r.;behind: sickle, below:"ROMA"

Ex Dorotheum, November 2016 Coin Auction, Lot No 76
Sold as Prov.: Slg. Drr. E. J. Haeberlin.
Norbert
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Anonymous Bronze double litra; Female head r./ Lion walking r.16 viewsRoman Republic, 275 - 270 B.C. Bronze double litra, Crawford 16/1a, Sydenham 5, BMCRR Romano-Campanian 23; SRCV I 590, South Italy mint, 7.580g, 20.7mm, 90o, obverse diademed female head right; reverse , lion walking right, head facing, broken spear in mouth and resting on forepaw, ROMANO in ex; scarce. ex FORVMPodiceps
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Anonymous Civic Issue of Antiochia, Vagi 295453 viewsAE 16, 1.87g
Antiochia 7th officina, struck in the time of Maximinus I., AD 310-312(?)
obv. GENIO AN - TIOCHEINI
Tyche of Antiochia, veiled and turreted, seated frontal on rocks, river-god
Orontes swimming before
rev. APOLLONI (sic!) - SANCTO
Apollo Musagetes, in stola, stg. l., holding patera and lyra
Z in r. field
in ex. SMA
Vagi 2954; not in RIC
rare, about VF, nice sand-patina

The obv. shows the famous Tyche of Antiochia made by Eutychides of Sikyon 2nd half of 4th century BC. The rev. could be the Apollo of Antiochia made my Bryaxis 400-350 BC.
Jochen
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Anonymous Civic Issue of Antiochia, Vagi 295526 viewsAE 15, 0.80g (1/4 Follis)
Antiochia 1st officina, struck in the time of Maximinus I., AD 310-312(?)
obv. IOVI CONS - ERVATORI
Jupiter seated l., holding globus and sceptre
rev. VICTOR - IA AVGG
Victoria stg. l., holding wreath and palm
A in r. field
in ex. ANT
Vagi 2955; not in RIC
rare, VF+

The obv. could be the Zeus Nikephoros of the Temple of Apollo at Daphne (near Antiochia) which Antiochos IV commissioned for his great festival of 167 BC.
Jochen
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Anonymous Class A2, time of Basil II34 viewsAnonymous Class A2, time of Basil II and Constanti
AE Follis
+ EMMANOVHL, facing bust of Christ, wears nimbus cruciger ornamented in each limb of cross with squares, pallium and colobium, Gospels in both hands with five pellets in center, to left IC, to right XC
+ IhSuS / XRISTuS / bASILEu / bASILE (Jesus Christ King of Kings), ornamentation (square) above legend (Type 47)
Mint: (976 - 1025 AD)
References: Sear 1813
Class A2 Ornament type 47
1 commentsScotvs Capitis
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Anonymous Class B, time of Romanus III or Michael30 viewsAnonymous Class B, time of Romanus III or Michael
AE Follis 6.47g / 28.5mm / -
+ EMMANOVHL, facing bust of Christ, wearing nimbus cruciger, pallium and colobium and holding book of Gospels with both hands, to left IC, to right XC
Cross on three steps with pellet at each extremity, in fields IS-XS (Jesus Christ) bAS-ILE/bAS-ILE (King of Kings)
Mint: (1028-1041 AD)
References: Sear 1823
Scotvs Capitis
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Anonymous Class B, time of Romanus III or Michael32 viewsAnonymous Class B, time of Romanus III or Michael
AE Follis 11.71g / 28.5mm / -
+ EMMANOVHL, facing bust of Christ, wearing nimbus cruciger, pallium and colobium and holding book of Gospels with both hands, to left IC, to right XC
Cross on three steps with pellet at each extremity, in fields IS-XS (Jesus Christ) bAS-ILE/bAS-ILE (King of Kings)
Mint: (1028-1041 AD)
References: Sear 1823
Scotvs Capitis
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Anonymous Class B, time of Romanus III or Michael23 viewsAnonymous Class B, time of Romanus III or Michael
AE Follis 7.83g / 27mm / -
+ EMMANOVHL, facing bust of Christ, wearing nimbus cruciger, pallium and colobium and holding book of Gospels with both hands, to left IC, to right XC
Cross on three steps with pellet at each extremity, in fields IS-XS (Jesus Christ) bAS-ILE/bAS-ILE (King of Kings)
Mint: (1028-1041 AD)
References: Sear 1823
Scotvs Capitis
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Anonymous Class C Follis, attributed to Michael IV.23 viewsAnonymous Class C Follis, attributed to Michael IV.
Obverse: +EMMANOVHA. Christ Antiphonetes,
nimbate, standing facing / IC-XC-NI-KA divided
by jewelled cross. Coin #402
cars100
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Anonymous Class C, time of Michael IV32 viewsAnonymous Class C, time of Michael IV
AE Follis - / 28.5mm / -
+EM M A N OV HA - Three quarter length figure of Christ Antiphonetes standing facing, wearing nimbus cr., pallium and colobium, raising right hand in benediction, book of Gospels in left hand. IC in left field, XC in right
- Jeweled cross with pellet in each extremity, in the angles IC - XC / NI - KA
Mint: Constantinople (1034-1041 AD)
References: Sear 1825
Scotvs Capitis
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Anonymous Class H, time of Michael VII68 viewsAnonymous Class H, time of Michael VII
AE Follis
Ob: Nimbate bust of Christ facing, raising right hand in benediction
Rv: Patriarchal cross with globule and two pellets at each extremity, floral ornament in lower field
Minted 1071-1078 AD
7.30g / 24mm
Ref: Sear 1880
Scotvs Capitis
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Anonymous Class I, time of Nicephorus III55 viewsAnonymous Class I, time of Nicephorus III
AE Follis
Ob: Christ bust facing, wearing nimbus cruciger, pallium and colobium, raising right hand in benediction, gospels in left
Rv: Latin cross with X at center, globule and two pellets at each extremity, floral ornaments in lower fields, crescents in upper fields
Minted 1078-1081 AD
4.17g
Ref: Sear 1889
1 commentsScotvs Capitis
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Anonymous Commemorative AE4, Centenionalis or Nummus, RIC 156, 40 viewsOBV: VRBS - ROMA - Roma helmeted, draped and cuirassed bust left
REV: GLOR-IA-EXERCISES ITVS Exe: SMH - Two soldiers standing, helmeted, each holding a spear and leaning on a shield between them, a sign topped by a military vexillum on which is a crown. R1
1.5g, 15mm
Minted at Heraclea, 336-7 AD
This is not a hybrid, but seems to have been the normal type for the last issue to hit Heraclea before the disappearance of Constantine
Legatus
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Anonymous commemorative scripulum, c 530 AD111 viewsAnonymous
AR scripulum, third-siliqua
Constantinople, c. 530 AD
Helmeted and draped bust of Constantinopolis right
Large K within beaded border
Bendall Type 8; RIC VII -; J.P.C. Kent, "Urbs Roma and Constantinopolis Medallions at the mint of Rome," Essays Sutherland, p. 112, pl. 13, 28; RSC -; Vagi 3051
Ex CNG
4 commentsArdatirion
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Anonymous commemorative, 340 AD69 viewsAnonymous
AE 4 13mm
Constantinople, 330 AD
POP ROMANVS
laureate and draped bust left, cornucopia on shoulder
CONS B
bridge over river
RIC VIII 21
Ex CNG
2 commentsArdatirion
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Anonymous Copper107 viewsObv: Head of Mercury facing right, wearing a winged petasus, two pellets above.

Rev: Prow of galley right, ROMA above, winged thunderbolt right, two pellets below.

Copper Sextans, Rome mint, c. 206 - 194 B.C.

6.5 grams, 20.9 mm, 45°

Crawford 119/7, Sydenham 248d, S1241
2 commentsSPQR Matt
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Anonymous Denarius 86bc77 viewsSilver denarius, SRCV 266, RSC I 226, Sydenham 723, VF, Rome mint, 86 B.C.; obverse laureate head of Apollo right, thunderbolt below; reverse Jupiter in quadriga right, brandishing thunderbolt.
1 commentsAdrian S
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Anonymous Didrachm / Quadrigatus43 viewsAnonymous. Silver Didrachm (6.80g, 22.5mm), ca. 225-214 BC. Uncertain mint.

RRC 28/3 or similar (Is there any resource to further discuss the anonymous quadrigati?)

O: Laureate head of Janus (Dioscuri?), two annulets atop head.
R: ROMA incuse on solid tablet in exergue, Jupiter, hurling thunderbolt and holding scepter, in galloping quadriga right driven by Victory.

ex Asta del Titano M3, lot#91
4 commentsNorbert
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Anonymous Didrachm / Quadrigatus **SOLD**124 viewsAnonymous. Silver Didrachm (6.80g, 22.5mm), ca. 225-214 BC. Uncertain mint.

O: Laureate head of Janus (Dioscuri?), two annulets atop head.
R: ROMA incuse on solid tablet in exergue, Jupiter, hurling thunderbolt and holding scepter, in galloping quadriga right driven by Victory.

- ex Dr. Busso Peus Nachf., Crawford ?

"Silver Quadrigatus Roman coinage was fortified during the Second Punic War. In addition to gold coins, the Romans issued copper and silver coins, sometimes in enormous quantities. The principal silver coin of the war was a reduced-weight didrachm called a "quadrigatus" after its reverse design, a four-horse chariot (quadriga) bearing Victory and Jupiter. There are many varieties of quadrigati, as revealed by differences in die engraving, metal purity and production standards, not to mention subtle variations of the main design. This suggests that several mints issued quadrigati at different times, and under quite different circumstances. The double-head on the obverse usually is described as the god Janus because of its distinctive form, but the faces are of young men, and it more likely represents the Dioscuri, the gods Castor and Pollux, who were credited with saving Rome at the Battle of Lake Regillus nearly three centuries before." - David Vagi
3 commentsNemonater
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Anonymous Feather Cr 163 Luna57 viewsCrawford 163 Feather (179-170BC)
Denarius
Ob: helmeted head of Roma right; border of dots
Rev: Luna in biga right (over figure’s head crescent moon), with horses prancing; below feather; in exergue ROMA. Line border

BMCRR I 394

Sydenham 325 Diana

The crescent moon is more visible in hand than this scan. In addition, this coin has pretty iridescent highlights that are much more prominent in hand.
Petrus Elmsley
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Anonymous Folles, temp. Basil II & Constantine VIII, circa 1020-102811 viewsĆ Follis 30 mm, 11.4 gm. Class A3. Uncertain (Thessalonica?) mint.
Obv.: Facing bust of Christ Pantokrator.
Rev.: + IҺSЧS/XRISTЧS/ЬASILЄЧ/ЬASILЄ in four lines; ornament above and below.
Reference: DOC A2.24; SB 1818.
Notes: sold to CN, 10/15.
John Anthony
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Anonymous Follis Class A244 viewsClass A2 Sear No. 1813
minted during the joint reign of Basil II and Constantine VIII
976 - 1025 A.D.
Ornament variation No. 5 in DOC
Scotvs Capitis
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Anonymous Follis Class A27 viewsSimon
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Anonymous Follis Class B19 viewsAnonymous Follis Class B, time of Romanus III or Michael
AE Follis 6.47g / 28.5mm
Ob: + EMMANOVHL, facing bust of Christ, wearing nimbus cruciger, pallium and colobium and holding book of Gospels with both hands, to left IC, to right XC
Rv: Cross on three steps with pellet at each extremity, in fields IS-XS (Jesus Christ) bAS-ILE/bAS-ILE (King of Kings)
Mint: (1028-1041 AD)
References: Sear 1823
Scotvs Capitis
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Anonymous Follis Class B, time of Romanus III or Michael59 viewsAnonymous Follis Class B, time of Romanus III or Michael
AE Follis 6.47g / 28.5mm
Ob: + EMMANOVHL, facing bust of Christ, wearing nimbus cruciger, pallium and colobium and holding book of Gospels with both hands, to left IC, to right XC
Rv: Cross on three steps with pellet at each extremity, in fields IS-XS (Jesus Christ) bAS-ILE/bAS-ILE (King of Kings)
Mint: (1028-1041 AD)
References: Sear 1823
Scotvs Capitis
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Anonymous Follis Class B, time of Romanus III or Michael19 viewsAnonymous Follis Class B, time of Romanus III or Michael
AE Follis 6.47g / 28.5mm
Ob: + EMMANOVHL, facing bust of Christ, wearing nimbus cruciger, pallium and colobium and holding book of Gospels with both hands, to left IC, to right XC
Rv: Cross on three steps with pellet at each extremity, in fields IS-XS (Jesus Christ) bAS-ILE/bAS-ILE (King of Kings)
Mint: (1028-1041 AD)
References: Sear 1823
Scotvs Capitis
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Anonymous Follis Class B, time of Romanus III or Michael18 viewsAnonymous Follis Class B, time of Romanus III or Michael
AE Follis 6.47g / 28.5mm / -
Ob: + EMMANOVHL, facing bust of Christ, wearing nimbus cruciger, pallium and colobium and holding book of Gospels with both hands, to left IC, to right XC
Rv: Cross on three steps with pellet at each extremity, in fields IS-XS (Jesus Christ) bAS-ILE/bAS-ILE (King of Kings)
Mint: (1028-1041 AD)
References: Sear 1823
Scotvs Capitis
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Anonymous Follis Class D13 views9.34gm
27.6mm
Simon
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Anonymous Follis Class F9 views7.38gm

26.88mm
Simon
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Anonymous Follis Class G 13 viewsSimon
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Anonymous Follis of Christ 1078-1081 A.D.12 viewsAnonymous Follis of Christ, class I, Nicephorus III
Constantinople mint, 26mm

Obverse: Bust of Christ facing, wearing nimbus cruciger, pallium and colobium, raising right in benediction; gospels in left hand

Reverse: Latin cross with X at center and globule and two pellets at each extremity, floral ornaments in lower fields, crescents in upper fields
1 commentsDk0311USMC
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ANONYMOUS Follis of Christ, time of Basil II / Constantine VIII, Byzantine Empire43 viewsANONYMOUS. Issues attributed to the period of
Constantine VIII, circa 1020-1030 AD. Ć Follis

OBV -Facing bust of nimbate Christ,
pellets in the arms of nimbus, wearing pallium and
colobium, holding the Gospels in both hands.

REV - + IhSuS / XRISTuS / bASILEu / bASILE
-A- below.

32mm, 9,85g.
Flamur H
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Anonymous Follis, c1025AD22 viewsThe obverse is a bust of Christ, haloed, the reverse is 4 lines of letters, approximating (cross)ihsys/xristys/basiley/basile or Jesus/Christ/King/Of Kings. Thanks for the attribution help irish.

cwonsidler
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ANONYMOUS FOLLIS, CLASS A28 viewsAE FOLLIS 31.5 mm 10.65 g
O: FACING BUST OF CHRIST PANTOCRATOR
R: + IhSuS / XRISTuS / bASILEu / bASILE (Jesus Christ King of Kings)
(attributed to Basil II & Constantine VIII, c. 1023 - 1028 AD)
(no longer in collection)
laney
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ANONYMOUS FOLLIS, CLASS A22 viewsAE FOLLIS 35 mm max. 11.69 g
O: FACING BUST OF CHRIST PANTOCRATOR
R: + IhSuS / XRISTuS / bASILEu / bASILE (Jesus Christ King of Kings)
(attributed to Basil II & Constantine VIII, c. 1023 - 1028 AD)
laney
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ANONYMOUS FOLLIS, CLASS A30 viewsAE FOLLIS 24X27 mm 6.56 g
O: FACING BUST OF CHRIST PANTOCRATOR
R: + IhSuS / XRISTuS / bASILEu / bASILE (Jesus Christ King of Kings)
(attributed to Basil II & Constantine VIII, c. 1023 - 1028 AD)
laney
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ANONYMOUS FOLLIS, CLASS A21 viewsAE FOLLIS 28 mm max. 9.68 g
O: FACING BUST OF CHRIST PANTOCRATOR
R: + IhSuS / XRISTuS / bASILEu / bASILE (Jesus Christ King of Kings)
(attributed to Basil II & Constantine VIII, c. 1023 - 1028 AD)
laney
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ANONYMOUS FOLLIS, CLASS A15 viewsAE FOLLIS 30.5mm max. 11.2 g
O: FACING BUST OF CHRIST PANTOCRATOR
R: + IhSuS / XRISTuS / bASILEu / bASILE (Jesus Christ King of Kings)
(attributed to Basil II & Constantine VIII, c. 1023 - 1028 AD)
laney
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ANONYMOUS FOLLIS, CLASS B20 viewsAE FOLLIS 26 mm 6.72 g
O: Facing bust of Christ, wearing nimbus cruciger, holding gospels with both hands
R: Cross on three steps with pellet at each extremity, in fields IS-XS (Jesus Christ) above limbs, bAS-ILE/bAS-ILE (King of Kings) below limbs
(struck under Romanus III or Michael IV, 12 Nov 1028 - 10 Dec 1041 A.D.)
laney
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Anonymous Follis, Class B; Sear 182315 viewsAnonymous Follis, Ć Follis, Class B, 11.3g, 30mm. Obv. ΕΜΜΑΝΟΥΗΛ Bust of Christ facing. IC/XC in field. Rev. IhSuS / bASILEu / bASILE about cross on three steps. Sear BCV 1823Podiceps
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ANONYMOUS FOLLIS, CLASS C20 viewsAE FOLLIS 30mm max. 8.37 g
O: Christ standing facing
R: IC-XC/NI-KA in 4 quadrants of cross
(Time of Michael IV, 1034-1041 AD)

laney
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ANONYMOUS FOLLIS, CLASS C27 viewsAE FOLLIS 25 mm 7.74 g
O: Christ standing facing
R: IC-XC/NI-KA in 4 quadrants of cross
(Time of Michael IV, 1034-1041 AD)
laney
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ANONYMOUS FOLLIS, CLASS C24 viewsAE FOLLIS 27 mm 8.89 g
O: Christ standing facing
R: IC-XC/NI-KA in 4 quadrants of cross
(Time of Michael IV, 1034-1041 AD)
laney
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ANONYMOUS FOLLIS, CLASS C22 viewsAE FOLLIS 30mm max. 9.25 g
O: Christ standing facing
R: IC-XC/NI-KA in 4 quadrants of cross
(Time of Michael IV, 1034-1041 AD)
laney
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Anonymous Follis, Class C; Sear 182515 viewsAnonymous Follis, Ć Follis, Class C, 8g, 31mm. Obv. ΕΜΜΑΝΟΥΗΛ three-quarter length figure of Christ facing. Rev. Jewelled cross, IC XC NI KA in the quarters. Sear BCV 1825Podiceps
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ANONYMOUS FOLLIS, CLASS D26 viewsAE FOLLIS 25 mm 5.70 g
O: IC-XC, Christ enthroned facing holding book of gospels
R: IS XS / bASILE / bASIL, Cross above, ornamentation below
(Time of Constantine IX, 1042 - 1055 AD)
laney
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ANONYMOUS FOLLIS, CLASS D25 viewsAE FOLLIS 25 mm 5.95 g
O: IC-XC, Christ enthroned facing holding book of gospels
R: IS XS / bASILE / bASIL, Cross above, ornamentation below
(Time of Constantine IX, 1042 - 1055 AD)
laney
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ANONYMOUS FOLLIS, CLASS D23 viewsAE FOLLIS 28 mm 5.27 g
O: IC-XC, Christ enthroned facing holding book of gospels
R: IS XS / bASILE / bASIL, Cross above, ornamentation below
(Time of Constantine IX, 1042 - 1055 AD)
laney
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ANONYMOUS FOLLIS, CLASS D18 viewsANONYMOUS FOLLIS, CLASS D
AE FOLLIS 32 mm 8.91 g
O: IC-XC, Christ enthroned facing holding book of gospels
R: IS XS / bASILE / bASIL, Cross above, ornamentation below
(Time of Constantine IX, 1042 - 1055 AD)
laney
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ANONYMOUS FOLLIS, CLASS D20 viewsAE FOLLIS 27 mm max. 6.29 g
O: IC-XC, Christ enthroned facing holding book of gospels
R: IS XS / bASILE / bASIL, Cross above, ornamentation below
(Time of Constantine IX, 1042 - 1055 AD)
laney
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ANONYMOUS FOLLIS, CLASS D21 viewsAE FOLLIS 28 mm 7.62 g
O: IC-XC, Christ enthroned facing holding book of gospels
R: IS XS / bASILE / bASIL, Cross above, ornamentation below
(Time of Constantine IX, 1042 - 1055 AD)
no longer in collection
laney
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ANONYMOUS FOLLIS, CLASS E22 viewsAE FOLLIS 29 mm 6.76 g
O: Bust of Christ facing, holding book of gospels.
R: ISXS / BASILE / BASIL; Oranamentation around border.
(Time of Constantine X, 1059-1067)
laney
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Anonymous Follis, Class E; Sear 185521 viewsAnonymous Follis, Ć Follis, Class E, 7.1g, 27mm. Obv. Bust of Christ facing. Rev. IS XS BASILE BASIL. Sear BCV 1855. Podiceps
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ANONYMOUS FOLLIS, CLASS F22 viewsAE FOLLIS 27 mm 8.91 g
O: IC-XC, Christ seated on backless throne, facing
R: IS XS / bASILE / bASIL, Cross above, ornamentation below
(Time of Constantine X, 1059 - 1067 AD)
laney
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ANONYMOUS FOLLIS, CLASS G26 viewsAE FOLLIS 28 mm 9.5 g
O: Christ wearing nimbus
R: facing bust of the Virgin Orans, wearing pallium
Time of Romanus IV 1068 - 1071 AD
laney
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ANONYMOUS FOLLIS, CLASS G28 viewsAE FOLLIS 28 mm 7.59 g
O: Christ wearing nimbus
R: facing bust of the Virgin Orans, wearing pallium
Time of Romanus IV 1068 - 1071 AD
laney
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ANONYMOUS FOLLIS, CLASS G20 viewsAE FOLLIS 27 mm 4.99 g
O: Christ wearing nimbus
R: facing bust of the Virgin Orans, wearing pallium
Time of Romanus IV 1068 - 1071 AD
laney
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ANONYMOUS FOLLIS, CLASS G32 viewsAE FOLLIS 27 mm 5.09 g
O: Christ wearing nimbus
R: facing bust of the Virgin Orans, wearing pallium
Time of Romanus IV 1068 - 1071 AD
laney
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ANONYMOUS FOLLIS, CLASS H39 viewsAE FOLLIS 26 mm 8.62 g
Obverse: IC - XC, bust of Christ facing, with nimbus cruciger, holding Gospels
Reverse: Patriarchal cross, 2 arms, with globule and two pellets at each extremity, floral ornaments on either side
Time of Michael VII, Ducas, Constantinople Mint, 1071-1078 AD (scarce)
laney
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ANONYMOUS FOLLIS, CLASS I36 viewsAE FOLLIS 21.5 mm 2.03 g
O: BUST OF CHRIST FACING
R: LATIN CROSS WITH X AT CENTER, GLOBULE AND 2 PELLETS AT EACH EXTREMITY, FLORAL ORNAMENTATION IN LOWER FIELDS, CRESCENTS IN UPPER FIELDS
Attributed to Nicephorus III, 24 March 1078 - 4 April 1081 A.D.
laney
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Anonymous Follis, Class I; Sear 188912 viewsAnonymous Follis, Ć Follis, Class I, 4.2g, 24mm. Obv. Bust of Christ facing. Rev. Latin cross with X at centre, two crescents above, two floral ornaments below. BCV 1889, Ratto 2493-6 (Counts of Edessa).Podiceps
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ANONYMOUS FOLLIS, CLASS K27 viewsattributed to ALEXIUS I, Comnenus ( 1081-1118 )
Anonymous AE Follis Class K (overstruck or doublestruck) 26 mm; 8.21 g
O: Bust of Christ facing
R: Three-quarter length figure of the Virgin orans facing
(Alexius I, 1081 - 1118 A.D.)
laney
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Anonymous Follis- SB 181313 viewsanonymous,
Issued under both Basil II and Constantine VIII
from 976 until 1028.
Class 2, SB 1813.
xokleng
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ANONYMOUS FOLLIS. Class A3. Attributed to Basil II & Constantine VIII (976-1025).29 viewsObv: + ЄMMANOVHΛ / IC XC. Facing bust of Christ Emmanuel.
Rev: + IҺSЧS / XRISTЧS / ЬASILЄЧ / ЬASILЄ. Legend in four lines; above and below, lozenge between dashes.
References: SBCV 1818. Grierson ornaments 24.
Weight: 11.38 g.
Diameter: 29 mm.
1 commentsCanaan
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Anonymous Follis. Time of Michael IV. AD 1034-1041.3 viewsConstantinople mint. (AE 30 mm., 7,23 g.)


Russel K
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Anonymous Half Litra; Head of Roma r./ Dog standing r.14 viewsAnonymous. 234-231 B.C. Ć Half Litra (11mm - 1.50 g). Head of Roma right, wearing Phrygian helmet / Dog standing right; ROMA in exergue. Crawford 26/4; Sydenham 22; BMCRR (Romano-Campanian) 44. VF, dark green patina, light porosity. Ex Vauctions Podiceps
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Anonymous half-unit68 viewsAnonymous half-unit (AE)

RRC 26/4
234 - 231 bc
11 mm; 1,34 gr

Av: Head of Roma r., wearing Phrygian helmet.
Rv: Rev. Dog r.; in exergue, ROMA.

This one is tiny. What you see at the side is the edge from a one Euro Cent coin.
Crawford lists this as 'half litra' and before the As of the series

Ex Numismatica Ars Classica, Zurich; Auction 92 - Part II; 24 May 2016; lot no 1514
1 commentsNorbert
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ANONYMOUS issue AR silver quadrigatus. Janiform head, Jupiter in quadriga141 viewsRoman Republic AR silver quadrigatus (didrachm). Struck 225-212 BC. Laureate, Janiform head facing left/right. Reverse - Jupiter holding scepter and hurling thunderbolt in chariot driven by Victory; ROMA incuse on square tablet. Crawford 28/3, RCV 32. 22mm, 6.3g. Scarce.

Edge crack and some isolated corrosion, otherwise nicely toned and quite attractive.

Ex Incitatus Coins
4 commentsPhiloromaos
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Anonymous Issue during the reign of Constantine I, AE3, 334-335369 viewsAnonymous Issue during the reign of Constantine I, AE3, 334-335, Siscia, Officina 3
VRBS-ROMA
Helmeted with plume, bust left in imperial mantle
(Anepigraphic)
She-wolf standing left, head right, suckling Remus and Romulus
17mm x 18mm, 2.67g
RIC VII, 240
8 commentsb70
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Anonymous Issue of Nabatea? c. 135-104 BC.8 viewsObverse: Helmeted head of Athena right. Reverse: Nike standing left, holding cornucopia and wreath. Celticaire
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Anonymous issue, 1st/2nd century AD. Ć Tessera 2,65g, 13-15mm.47 viewsObv: Helmeted head right (Minerva?).
Rev: ROMA.
Cohen, Tesserae, p. 271, 44.
1 commentsxanthos
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Anonymous issue, 1st/2nd century AD. Ć Tessera 3,13g, 18-20mm.39 viewsObv: Modius with three grain ears.
Rev: Cantharus.
Cohen VIII p. 272, 55; Göbl Antike-Numismatik 100; Mazzini pl. lxxix, 55.
1 commentsxanthos
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Anonymous Issue, Lydia, Appolonis, AE1612 viewsSecond Century AD
2.19 grams
Obv.: APOLLO NIDEON, bust of Apollo right
Rev.: IEPACYN KAHTOC, bust of youthful senate to right
RPC 952v, Lindgren 712
Purchased on eBay
NGC AU - Strike 4/5 - Surface 4/5
Richard M10
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Anonymous issue, time of Domitian (81-96 AD). Ć Tessera 2,32g, 16mm.31 viewsObv: Two horseshoes within serpent-headed torque.
Rev: TRI-VMP / IO-IO, olive-branch.
BMCRE pg. 412, note 7; Göbl, Antike Numismatik, pl. 9, 101; cf. Cohen pg. 267-8.
xanthos
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Anonymous issue, time of Domitian to Marcus Aurelius (c. 81-180 AD). Ć Quadrans 1,88g, 14mm.14 viewsObv: Winged petasus l.
Rev: S - C, winged caduceus.
RIC 32, C. 36. (petasus to l.)
xanthos
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Anonymous issue, time of Domitian to Marcus Aurelius (c. 81-180 AD). Ć Quadrans 1,96g, 14mm.21 viewsObv: Bust of Minerva, draped, helmeted, r.
Rev: S - C, owl standing l., head to front.
RIC 8, BM.
xanthos
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Anonymous issue, time of Domitian to Marcus Aurelius (c. 81-180 AD). Ć Quadrans 2,18g, 15mm.30 viewsObv: Bust of Minerva, draped, helmeted, r.
Rev: S - C, owl standing r., head to front.
RIC 7, C. 7.
xanthos
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Anonymous issue, time of Domitian to Marcus Aurelius (c. 81-180 AD). Ć Quadrans 2,33g, 17mm.30 viewsObv: Head of Mars, helmeted, r.
Rev: S - C, cuirass.
RIC 19 var. (not cuirassed).
xanthos
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Anonymous issue, time of Domitian to Marcus Aurelius (c. 81-180 AD). Ć Quadrans 2,67g, 15mm.26 viewsObv: Winged petasus r.
Rev: S - C, winged caduceus.
RIC 32, C. 36. (petasus to r.)
1 commentsxanthos
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Anonymous issue, time of Domitian to Marcus Aurelius (c. 81-180 AD). Ć Quadrans 2,74g, 13mm.26 viewsObv: Head of Jupiter, laureate, bearded r.
Rev: S - C, eagle standing facing, head right, on thunderbolt.
RIC 1, cf. C. 14.
xanthos
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Anonymous issue, time of Domitian to Marcus Aurelius (c. 81-180 AD). Ć Quadrans 2,78g, 15mm.27 viewsObv: Bust of Minerva, draped, helmeted, r.
Rev: S - C, owl standing r., head to front.
RIC 7, C. 7.
xanthos
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Anonymous issue, time of Domitian to Marcus Aurelius (c. 81-180 AD). Ć Quadrans 2,90g, 17mm.70 viewsObv: Head of Mars, helmeted, slightly draped, r.
Rev: S - C, cuirass, behind spear.
RIC 19 var. (obv: not cuirassed, rev: spear).
2 commentsxanthos
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Anonymous issue, time of Domitian to Marcus Aurelius (c. 81-180 AD). Ć Quadrans 2,92g, 15mm.46 viewsObv: Bust of Mercury, draped, wearing winged petasus r.
Rev: S - C, winged caduceus.
RIC 31; C 34.
xanthos
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Anonymous issue, time of Domitian to Marcus Aurelius (c. 81-180 AD). Ć Quadrans 3,04g, 15mm.25 viewsObv: Bust of Roma, draped, helmeted, r.
Rev: S - C, Aequitas standing l., holding scales and cornucopia.
RIC 12; C. 24.
xanthos
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Anonymous issue, time of Domitian to Marcus Aurelius (c. 81-180 AD). Ć Quadrans 3,12g, 18-19mm.29 viewsObv: Head of Jupiter, diademed, bearded r.
Rev: S - C, eagle standing facing, head left, on thunderbolt.
RIC 4, cf. C. 16.
xanthos
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Anonymous issue, time of Domitian to Marcus Aurelius (c. 81-180 AD). Ć Quadrans 3,51g, 20mm.59 viewsObv: Bust of Mars, helmeted, cuirassed, r.
Rev: S - C, cuirass.
RIC 19, C. 26/27.
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Anonymous lead seal, ca. 2.-3. Century A.D. Lion67 viewsAnonymous lead seal, ca. 2.-3. Century A.D. 18-22mm, 10.94g. Obv: lion walking left on ground line, the lion has his front paw placed upon an object, probably a bucranium, crescent and star (?) above. Ex Rutten & Wieland.
2 commentsPodiceps
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Anonymous PAE As 169-158 B.C. Crawford 176/1, Sydenham 358, BMCRR 63539 viewsLaureate head of Janus; above, I / PAE monogram above, ROMA in exergue, prow of galley right; before, I before. Rome mint.
Maximum Diameter: 33.0 mm
Weight: 34.11 g

A duplicate from the RBW Collection of Roman Republican Coins. Ex SCMB (April 1989), 162
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Anonymous Pagan Civic Coinage Antioch17 viewsObverse: IOVI CONSERVATORI Jupiter, wearing cloak, seated left, holding sceptre and globe

Reverse: VICTORIA AVGG , S in field to right, ANT in exergue, Victory, wearing long dress holding wreath in her raised hand

Cohen 53, rare!

16mm, 1.39 grams
TLP
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Anonymous Politikon issue SB 258427 viewsObverse: +RWMAIWN (theta)VAA# around cross (Guardian of the Romans).
Reverse: same as obverse
Mint: Constantinople
Date: 1320-1350 CE
Sear 2584, Gr 1337
19mm 1.84g
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Anonymous quadrans25 viewsAnonymous Quadrans. AE about 81-161 AD
Obv.: Draped and diademed bust of Venus r., hair tied up in the back of the head.
Rev. : S-C Dove standing r.
RIC 24.
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Anonymous Quadrans31 viewsAnonymous Quadrans, 81-161 AD, Rome.
Obv: griffin with spread wings seated left, holding wheel with its rright fore-paw.
Rev: S - C, tripod and globe.
RIC II, p. 218, 28

A scarce and interesting coin.
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Anonymous quadrans22 viewsAnonymous Quadrans. AE about 81-161 AD
Obv.: Draped and diademed bust of Venus r., hair tied up in the back of the head.
Rev. : S-C Dove standing r.
RIC 24.
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Anonymous Quadrans, Athena / Owl18 viewsAnonymous Quadrans, Athena / Owl
Time of Domitian (81-96 AD)
Obverse: draped and helmeted bust of Athena right
Reverse: owl half right between S C.

RIC II 7, Sear I 2918
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Anonymous Quadrans, Head of Hercules r./ Bull r. snake below7 viewsQuadrans circa 217-215, ć. Head of Hercules r., wearing boar skin; behind, three pellets. Rev. Bull charging r.; above, three pellets. Below, snake and in exergue, ROMA. Hannover 185. Sydenham 94. Crawford 39/2.Podiceps
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Anonymous Quadrans, Head of Hercules r./ Prow9 viewsAnonymous, Ć quadrans, c. 91 BC, Rome Mint, Head of Hercules right, wearing lion skin, three pellets behind. / Prow right, ROMA above, three pellets below. Crawford 339/4a, Sydenham 679c.Podiceps
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Anonymous quadrantes group 01 Jupiter eagle17 viewsQuadrans
2.94 g, 17.8 mm, 6 h.
Obv. No legend. Laureate bearded head of Jupiter right.
Rev. Eagle standing, head to left. SC in field.
RIC 2.
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Anonymous quadrantes group 01 Jupiter thunderbolt15 viewsQuadrans
2.80 g, 15.0 mm, 6 h.
Obv. No legend. Laureate bearded head of Jupiter right.
Rev. Vertical thunderbolt. SC in field.
RIC 6.
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Anonymous quadrantes group 02 Minerva olive tree40 viewsQuadrans
3.32 g, 16.5 mm, 12 h.
Obv. No legend. Helmeted bust of Minerva right.
Rev. Olive tree. SC in field.
RIC 9.
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Anonymous quadrantes group 02 Minerva owl left23 viewsQuadrans
2.91 g, 13.9 mm, 12 h.
Obv. No legend. Helmeted bust of Minerva right.
Rev. Owl left. SC in field.
RIC 8.
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Anonymous quadrantes group 02 Minerva owl left exergue29 viewsQuadrans
2.57 g, 14.5 mm, 6 h.
Obv. No legend. Helmeted bust of Minerva right, aegis on breast.
Rev. Owl left. SC in exergue.
RIC 8.
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Anonymous quadrantes group 02 Minerva owl right21 viewsQuadrans
3.01 g, 14.3 mm, 6 h.
Obv. No legend. Helmeted bust of Minerva right.
Rev. Owl right. SC in field.
RIC 7.
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Anonymous quadrantes group 02 Minerva owl right exergue19 viewsQuadrans
2.56 g, 14.2 mm, 7 h.
Obv. No legend. Helmeted bust of Minerva right.
Rev. Owl right. SC in exergue.
RIC 7.
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Anonymous quadrantes group 03 Roma RIC 1219 viewsQuadrans
3.33 g, 15.2 mm, 12 h.
Obv. No legend. Helmeted bust of Roma right.
Rev. Aequitas standing left holding scales and cornucopia. SC in field.
RIC 12.
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Anonymous quadrantes group 05 Tiber shewolf left19 viewsQuadrans
2.50 g, 16.3 mm, 6 h.
Obv. No legend. Head of Tiber right crowned with reeds.
Rev. She-wolf and twins left. SC in exergue.
RIC -.
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Anonymous quadrantes group 05 Tiber shewolf right15 viewsQuadrans
2.51 g, 15.1 mm, 6 h.
Obv. No legend. Head of Tiber right crowned with reeds.
Rev. She-wolf and twins right. SC in exergue.
RIC 17.
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Anonymous quadrantes group 06 Mars cuirass27 viewsQuadrans
3.23 g, 18.2 mm, 6 h.
Obv. No legend. Helmeted head of Mars right.
Rev. Cuirass. SC in field.
RIC 19.
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Anonymous quadrantes group 06 Mars cuirass spear26 viewsQuadrans
2.69 g, 18.8 mm, 4 h.
Obv. No legend. Helmeted head of Mars right.
Rev. Cuirass with transverse spear behind pointing lower right. SC in field.
RIC 19v.
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Anonymous quadrantes group 06 Mars trophy24 viewsQuadrans
2.91 g, 16.1 mm, 12 h.
Obv. No legend. Helmeted head of Mars right.
Rev. Trophy. SC in field.
RIC 21.
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Anonymous quadrantes group 07 Venus dove left30 viewsQuadrans
2.48 g, 14.6 mm, 6 h.
Obv. Head of Venus right.
Rev. Dove left. SC in field.
RIC 25.
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Anonymous quadrantes group 07 Venus dove right exergue19 viewsQuadrans
2.63 g, 14.9 mm, 6 h.
Obv. No legend. Head of Venus right.
Rev. Dove standing right. SC in exergue.
RIC 24.
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Anonymous quadrantes group 08 Apollo tripod20 viewsQuadrans
2.21 g, 18.0 mm, 12 h.
Obv. No legend. Bust of Apollo right, draped and laureate.
Rev. Tripod. SC in field.
RIC 26.
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Anonymous quadrantes group 08 griffen tripod24 viewsQuadrans
2.95 g, 15.5 mm, 6 h.
Obv. No legend. Griffin right touching wheel.
Rev. Tripod. SC in field.
RIC 27.
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Anonymous quadrantes group 09 Mercury caduceus28 viewsQuadrans
2.68 g, 14.4 mm, 1 h.
Obv. No legend. Bust of Mercury right.
Rev. Winged caduceus. SC in field.
RIC 31.
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Anonymous quadrantes group 09 petasis caduceus28 viewsQuadrans
2.86 g, 15.2 mm, 12 h.
Obv. No legend. Petasis.
Rev. Winged caduceus. SC in field.
RIC 32.
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Anonymous quadrantes group 10 Bacchus21 viewsQuadrans
2.20 g, 17.1 mm, 6 h.
Obv. No legend. Bust of Bacchus right.
Rev. Elephant right. SC in exergue.
RIC 33.
Not an easy coin to find.
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Anonymous Quadrigatus17 viewsAnonymous Quadrigatus

RRC 31/1
225-214 bc
6.67 gr

Av:Laureate janiform head of Dioscuri, border of dots.
Rv:Jupiter in quadriga driven by Victory r., holding sceptre and thunderbolt; in ex. ROMA in linear frame, line border

for the type compare to the British Museum coin 31.1.1

ex Bertolami Auct 29, Lot 205, 22.03.2017
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Anonymous Quinarius103 viewsAnonymous AR Quinarius, 81 BC.
Obverse- Laureate head of Apollo right.
Reverse- Victory standing right erecting trophy; K between.
Crawford 373/1b; Sydenham 609a; RSC 227a.
14mm (1.78 g).
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Anonymous Quinarius7 viewsAnonymous quinarius

RRC 44/6
211 bc
1,97 gr

Av: Head of Roma with winged helmet right, behind, mark of value 'V'.
Rv: Dioscuri galloping, right; in linear frame, 'ROMA'.

Ex Münzen & Medaillen GmbH, Auktion 46, lot 599, 15 February 2018
Norbert
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ANONYMOUS REPUBLICAN BARBAROUS SEMIS, HISPANIA 23 viewsafter 211 BC
AE 16 mm, 2.11 g
O: Laureate head of Saturn right, inverted S behind.
R: Prow of galley right, S above, ROMA in exergue
laney
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Anonymous Republican denarius 157-155 B.C.113 viewsSilver denarius, SRCV I 76, RSC I 6, Sydenham 376, gVF, Rome mint, obverse head of Roma right wearing winged helmet, X behind; reverse Victory in biga right, whip in right, ROMA in ex. Gorgeous dark toning.4 commentsAdrian S
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ANONYMOUS REPUBLICAN SEMIS, HISPANIA 21 viewsafter 211 BC
AE 20 mm, 3.78 g
O: Laureate head of Saturn right, S behind.
R: Prow of galley right, S above, ROMA in exergue
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Anonymous Roma Denarius - Dioscuri Galloping (Syd 311)33 viewsAR Denarius
Rome, after 211 BC
4.21g

Obv: Helmeted head of Roma (R), behind, X.

Rev: The Dioscuri galloping (R); below, ROMA in linear frame.

Sydenham 311. RBW –. Crawford 53/2.

Naville Numismatics Auction 45, Lot 374
ex. Elvira Clain Stefanelli (1914-2001) collection, curator of the National Numismatics Collection at the Smithsonian.

An example of the earliest denarius coinage from its first production in the last part of the 3rd and early 2nd centuries BC. Rome overhauled its coinage around 211 BC and introduced the denarius, containing an average 4.5 grams, or 1/72 of a Roman pound, of silver. The word dēnārius is derived from the Latin dēnī "containing ten", as its value was originally of 10 assēs. It formed the backbone of Roman currency throughout the Roman Republic.
2 commentsOptimo Principi
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Anonymous Roman Republic33 viewsAE Semis 21mm, 8.6g, anonymous, after 211 BC.
Obv.: Laureate head of Saturn right; S behind.
Rev.: Prow of galley right; S above, ROMA below.
Reference: ACIP 2659; Burgos R44.
Notes: sold to JWT, 9/7/2015
John Anthony
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ANONYMOUS ROMAN REPUBLIC AR Didrachm19 viewsOBVERSE: Helmeted head of Mars left, oak-sprig behind
REVERSE: ROMANO on tablet below head of bridled horse right, ear of wheat behind
Struck at Metapontum, 280-276 BC
19 mm, 6.55g
Cr13/1, Syd 1
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Anonymous Roman Republic Denarius, Cr46/1(b)73 viewsOBV: Helmeted head of Roma right; behind, X
REV: The Dioscuri galloping right; ROMΛ in exergue in raised letters within linear frame
3.45g, 19.8mm

Minted at Rome, 214-213 BC
1 commentsLegatus
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ANONYMOUS ROMAN REPUBLIC Ć Uncia15 viewsObv.: Helmeted head of Roma left, pellet behind
Rev.: Galley prow right, ROMA above, pellet below
Rome mint, 217-215 BC
25mm, 8.8g, 3h
Reference: Crawford 38/6, Sydenham 86 , BMC 88
Ex JAZ Numismatics
Legatus
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Anonymous Roman Republican Denari. 157 BCE.24 viewsAnonymous Roman Republican Denari.

From Date: 157 BCE.
To Date: 156 BCE.

Obverse: Roma in helmet with a peaked visor.

Reverse: Victory in a galloping biga, holding reigns in l. and goad in r. Legend ROMA in three sided border, with lines at left, top, and right. The right and left lines are diagonal. The rear horse in the biga is almost completely concealed by the near horse.

RRC 197/1a and 1b represent the only fully anonymous issues for the type of Victory in a biga with goad (197/1a) and whip (197/1b). No siblings can be found of RRC 197/1a with goad, and Crawford suggests it is a transitional issue from the earlier Luna in biga with goad to the Victory in biga with Whip type. The fabric of this and subsequent anonymous issues tend to be somewhat more compact and high relief.


Roma, 3,8 g, 19,85 mm, RRC 197/1a.
Flamur H
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Anonymous rostrum tridens Cr 114/1 banker marks43 viewsCrawford 114/1 Rostrum Tridens (206-195BC)
Denarius
Ob: Helmeted head of Roma right
Behind X; border of dots
Rev: Dioscuri riding right with lances and stars over heads; beneath horses rostrum tridens; in linear frame ROMA, line border

BMCRR I 448

Sydenham 244 (187-155BC)

Fine; has some banker’s marks on obverse; X on Roma’s cheek retrograde lunate at 5h.
1 commentsPetrus Elmsley
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Anonymous Semis; Saturn, S behind / Prow with S above15 viewsSemis. Head of Saturn, S behind / prow of galley, S above. Syd 143a, Crawford 56/3.Podiceps
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Anonymous Semuncia 30 viewsRoman Republic, anonymous, semilibral standard, 217-215 BC.,
Ć Semuncia ( ca. 20 mm / ca. 5-6 g),
Obv.: Head of Mercury r., wearing winged petasus.
Rev.: ROMA , above prora r.
Crawford 38/7 ; Sydenham 87 ; BMC 129 .




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Anonymous Triens, Minerva / Minerva with 4 globes above, CA below5 viewsRoman Republic triens, Minerva / Prow
anonymous triens, Canusium mint, 209-208 BC
Size/Weight: 22 mm, 4.4 g. Obverse: Minerva with 4 globes above, CA below. Reverse: prow, ROMA above, 4 globes below, CA to right. RRC 100/3. ex areich, photo credit areich

Podiceps
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Anonymous Vandalic Period Issue11 viewsAnonymous Vandalic Period Issue, AE4, 5th Century AD, North Africa
Legend represented by strokes
Pearl-diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right
Legend represented by strokes
Victory advancing left, wreath upward in right hand, palm in left
10mm x 11mm, 0.69g (*and the second one is 10mm, 0.71g)
Wroth, Coins of the Vandals, Victory type 21-31, Pl. III, 10
9/10mm .54g
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Anonymous Victoriatus26 viewsAnonymous Victoriatus
RRC 70/1
211-208 bc

Av: Laureate bust of Jupiter right
Rv: Victory standing right, crowning trophy, ROMA in exergue (70/1 - Narrow post, no double skirt, no short bar under skirt)

Ex Dorotheum, November 2016 Coin Auction, Lot No 101
sold as Prov. Slg. E. J. Haeberlin
Norbert
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Anonymous victoriatus5 viewsAnonymous victoriatus

RRC 44/1
211 bc
2,94 gr

Av:Laureate head of Jupiter right
Rv:Victory standing right, crowning trophy; ROMA in exergue

Steve Brinkmann group A / Greaves on trophy but no skirt or base.

Ex Münzen & Medaillen GmbH, Auktion 46, lot 598, 15 February 2018
(reportedly ex Münzen & Medaillen Deutschland GmbH, Aukt. 2 (1998), 415. )
Norbert
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Anonymous Virtus Avg50 viewsCarausius 287-93AD
AE Antoninianus
Obv: "VIRTVS AVG"
Helmeted bust left with spear and shield
Rev: "VIRTVS AVG"
Mars standing right holding sceptre and leaning on shield
Colchester mint
-/-//C
RIC -
A poor coin but this was the first coin of its type published with the name of Carausius missing on the obverse
mauseus
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Anonymous Virtvs Avg31 viewsCarausius 287-93AD
AE Antoninianus
Obv: "VIRTVS AVG"
Helmeted bust left with spear and shield
Rev: "[CONCORD] MILI"
Clasped hands
Colchester mint
-/-//[C]
RIC -
The third recorded coin from this "anonymous" obverse die
2 commentsmauseus
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Anonymous Virtvs Avg30 viewsCarausius 287-93AD
AE Antoninianus
Obv: "VIRTVS AVG"
Helmeted bust left with spear and shield
Rev: "CONCOR MIL"
Concordia greeting Carausius
Colchester mint
-/-//C
RIC -
The second recorded coin from this "anonymous" obverse die
1 commentsmauseus
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Anonymous Wheel Cr.79/164 viewsCrawford 79/1 Wheel (209-8BC) Sicily?
Denarius Serratus
Ob: helmeted head of Roma right, behind X
Rev: Dioscuri riding right with lances, below wheel, in exergue ROMA; line border

BMCRR II 308 (217-197BC)

Sydenham 519 (113BC) Narbo

Iridescent highlights, 4.4gr.

Grueber: The wheel maybe a symbol of the moneyer rather than of a mint, although it does occur on aes grave of Campania and central Italy, and the early coins of Luceria and Tartentum. This is the earliest occurrence of the serratus on republican denarii and the only anonymous. Only serratus attributed to a mint other than Rome by Count de Salis.

Sydenham classifies this serratus with Porcia 8 at the colony of Narbo. The serrated edge may have been suggested by the Gaulish custom of using serrated rings or wheels as currency. Tacitus stated that the Gaulish tribes showed a marked preference for coins that were serrati bigatique (Germania 5) Sydenham wrote an article entitled “Origin of the Roman Serrati” NC 1935 209 ff.

Crawford writes that Mattingly’s view that serrati were Marian coins was demolished by Sydenham’s article, but his view that they were struck at non-Italian mints for Trans-alpine circulation does not hold either. Grueber’s view that they are probably merely decorative best remaining theory. Crawford Vol 2 p. 581

Tacitus Germania 5 pecuniam probant veterem et diu notam, serratos bigatosque. They approve the old and long known money, those that are serrated and biga depicting.
3 commentsPetrus Elmsley
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ANONYMOUS Ć Quadrans RIC II 32, Winged Petasus13 viewsOBVERSE: Winged petasus
REVERSE: S-C, winged caduceus
15mm, 2.36g

Struck at Rome, Late 1st-mid 2nd century AD
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Anonymous Ć Semuncia57 views
Anonymous Ć Semuncia. Rome, 217-215 BC. Bust of Mercury right, wearing winged petasos / Prow of galley right; ROMA above.


Much better in hand and not easy to photograph for me, but I'm happy with the coin :)
2 commentsRandygeki(h2)
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Anonymous Ć Triens Overstruck on Akarnanian Federal Coinage Ex RBW50 viewsAnonymous Ć Triens, 211-208 B.C. 5.38g, 24mm.
O: Helmeted head of Minerva right; four pellets above
R: Prow right
Overstruck on Akarnanian Federal Coinage (Akarnanian Confederacy) of Oiniadai.
O: Zeus
R: Head of river-god Acheloüs, trident above.
- Crawford 95a From the RBW Collection

This triens comes from the CA series thought to have been struck in Canusium, modern-day Canosa, Italy. You can't see the CA on this example but the style is entirely consistent with the CA series and the CA tridents which apparently always come overstruck on bronzes of Acarnania and Oeniadae. So, why would a series struck in Southeast Italy have so many known overstrikes on undertypes from far away across the Adriatic?

The answer is that Marcus Valerius Laevinus had earlier driven the Macedonians from this region and this issue from Canusium represents booty captured during this fighting and brought back with the fleet when M. Valerius landed in Southern Italy circa 210-209 B.C.. The trientes are all overstruck likely because many of the captured coins were close enough to the necessary weight and the rest of the denominations were probably largely struck on flans whose bronze came from melting down and recasting of the captured booty, with a small number being overstruck on earlier coins that were the correct size. Since this issue contains no precious metal coinage, it is likely that if any precious metal was captured it was either sent back to Rome or used by one of the other Roman field mints operating in Apulia.
1 commentsNemonater
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Anonymous, Aes Rude30 viewsAnonymous. 5th-4th century B.C. Ć aes rude (38x30x19 mm, 78.11 g). Irregular cast bronze. Thurlow & Vecchi pl. 2. 1 commentsecoli
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Anonymous, 211-206 BC10 viewsAnonymous, 211-206 BC, bronze as (struck), 32mm, 40.64g
Obverse: Laureate head of bearded Janus, 'I' above
Reverse: Prow of galley r., 'I' above, ROMA in ex.
Reference: Syd 143, SME 627, Cr 56/2
Grading: VF / F , sporadic rev. pitting, mostly even tan surfaces
Comment: Rather attractive massive early type. Ex - London Ancient Coins, Ltd.
Aquired Rudnik Numismatics, May 2019.
Ancient Aussie
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Anonymous, 217-215 BC8 viewsAE Quartuncia, 15.2mm, 2.56g.
Obv.: Head of Saturn right.
Rev.: ROMA - Prow, right .
Reference: Crawford 38/8.
Notes: Ex - RBW, Ex - Hendin, sold Aleg 1/24/16
John Anthony
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Anonymous, AE Litra1 viewsAnonymous, AE Litra

RRC: 17/1a
270-269 bc
4,84 gr

AV: Head of Minerva wearing corinthian helmet, to left.
RV: ROMANO. Head of bridled horse to right.
Norbert
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Anonymous, AE Uncia (after 217 B.C.), Rome, Republic, AE-25, Crawford 38-6, Prow of galley right, #1105 viewsAnonymous, AE Uncia (after 217 B.C.), Rome, Republic, AE-25, Crawford 38-6, Prow of galley right, #1
avers: Helmeted head of Roma left, one pellet (mark of value) behind the neck.
reverse: ROMA, Prow of galley right, one pellet (mark of value) below.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 24,5-26,0mm, weight: 12,81g, axis: 0h,
mint: Rome, Sicily, date: after 217-215 B.C., ref: Crawford 38-6, Syd. 86, BMC 88,
Q-001
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Anonymous, AE15, ΣΑΡΔΙΑΝΩΝ3 viewsAE15
Anonymous
133 - 1BC
15.0mm 3.50gr 6h
O: NO LEGEND; Head of Apollo, right.
R: ΣΑΡΔΙ, above club; ΑΝΩΝ, below club; Club within wreath.
MTP monogram at top of club.
Lewis 1001; BMC 12
xago/Marcos Xagoraris/Aristos Ancients 233191937205
4/14/19 5/14/19
Nicholas Z
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Anonymous, Aes Grave Triens6 viewsAnonymous. Circa 225-217 BC. Ć Aes Grave Triens (44mm, 87.30 g, 12h). Libral standard. Rome mint. Helmeted head of Minerva or Mars left; •••• (mark of value) below; all on a raised disk / Prow of galley right; •••• (mark of value) below; all on a raised disk. Crawford 35/3a; ICC 78; HN Italy 339. Near VF, green patina, some roughness.ecoli
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Anonymous, As, Rome, 157/156 BC Janus I Galley I Roma After 211 BC.51 viewsReference.
BMC 217; Crawford 56/2.; Sydenham 143

Obv:
Laureate and bearded head of Janus above, I.

Rev: Prow of galley right; above, I. below, ROMA

29.87 gr
33 mm
2 commentsokidoki
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Anonymous, Æ as; Janus, I above/ Prow r., I before13 viewsAnonymous, Ć as, c. 157-6 BC, Laureate head of Janus, I above. / Prow right, nothing above, I before, ROMA below. Crawford 197-8B/1b.Podiceps
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Anonymous, Class D. Circa1050-1060 AD. Æ Follis63 viewsobv: Christ seated facing on throne, holding Gospels
rev: IS XS bASILE bASILE
Constantinople mint.
(31mm, 9.27 gm).
DOC III Class D; SB 1836.

(Given to my brother October 2009)
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Anonymous, Constantinople2 viewsAnonymous, Constantinople Byzantine 969-976 A.D

AE 30 mm Follis

Obverse: + εMMA-NOVHA Bust of Christ facing, wearing nimbus cruciger with two pellets in each limb of the cross, pallium and colobium, holding ornamented book of Gospels in both hands; IC and XC in left and right fields

Reverse: +IhSyS / XRISTyS / bASILEy / bASILΕ in four lines.
discwizard
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Anonymous, Denarius31 viewsObv:- Helmeted head of Roma right; X (mark of value) to left
Rev:- Roma seated right on pile of shields, holding spear set on ground; birds in flight to left and right; to right, she-wolf standing right, head left, suckling the twins Romulus and Remus
Minted in Rome. 110-108 BC.
Reference:- Crawford 287/1; Sydenham 530; RSC (Anonymous) 176.
2 commentsmaridvnvm
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Anonymous, Denarius17 viewsObv:– Laureate head of Apollo Vejovis right
Rev:– Jupiter in quadriga right, hurling a thunderbolt
Minted in Rome 86 B.C.
Reference:– Sydenham 723, Crawford 350a/2, RSC I Anonymous 226
maridvnvm
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Anonymous, Denarius 'crescent'0 viewsAnonymous, Denarius 'crescent'

RRC: 137/1
194 -190 bc
3,87 gr

AV: Helmeted head of Roma r.; behind, X.
RV: The Dioscuri galloping r.; above, crescent. Below, ROMA in partial tablet.

ex Naville Numismatics, NN Live Auction 48, Lot 329, 07.04.2019
Norbert
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Anonymous, Denarius, Victory in Biga10 viewsAR Denarius
Anonymous
Issued: 145 - 126BC
17.5mm
O: NO LEGEND; Head of Jupiter, right. Scepter and "x" behind.
R: Victory in biga.
Exergue: ROMA
RSC 6
lucernae 290916550400
3/22/13 4/3/17
Nicholas Z
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Anonymous, Litra, Helmeted head of Minerva l. / horse's head r.16 viewsAnonymous litra, Minerva / horse's head, AE18. Rome, 270-269 B.C. 18 mm, 5.5 g. Obverse: helmeted head of Minerva left. Reverse: ROMANO; horse’s head right. Cr. 17/1; BMC Romano-Campanian 6. ex areich, photo credit areich

Podiceps
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Anonymous, Nicephorus III (1078-1081 AD), AE Follis Class I44 viewsByzantine Empire, Anonymous, Nicephorus III (1078-1081 AD), AE Follis Class I

Obverse: IC-XC, Bust of Christ holding book of gospels.

Reverse: Latin cross with X at centre, globe and two dots at the ends of each arm, crescent at top left and right, floral ornaments at lower left and right.

Reference: SB 1889

Ex: Kayser-i Rum Numismatics +photo
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Anonymous, Quadrans, circa 217-2150 viewsAnonymous, Quadrans, circa 217-215

RRC: 39/2
217 bc
37,69 gr

AV: Helmeted head of Roma r
RV: ROMA Prow r.

ex Naville Numismatics, NN Live Auction 48, Lot 324, 07.04.2019

Norbert
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Anonymous, Quadrigatus44 viewsObv:- Laureate, Janiform head of the young Penates
Rev:- On tablet inscribed ROMA in incuse letters, Jupiter, holding scepter and thunderbolt, in fast quadriga r., driven by Victory; whole in linear circle
Minted in Rome. 225-214 BC.
Reference:- Crawford 29/3; Sydenham 64;

Weight 7.08g. 21.32mm. 0 degrees.
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Anonymous, Quartuncia circa 217-2150 viewsAnonymous, Quartuncia circa 217-215

RRC: 38/8
217 bc
2,92 gr

AV: Helmeted head of Roma r
RV: ROMA Prow r.

ex Naville Numismatics, NN Live Auction 48, Lot 323, 07.04.2019

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Anonymous, Qudrans 'star' (first) 0 viewsAnonymous, Qudrans 'star' (first)


RRC: 196/4
206 - 195 bc
3,25 gr

AV: Head of Hercules r., wearing lion’s skin; behind, three pellets.
RV: Rev. ROMA Prow r.; before, eight-rayed star and below, three pellets.

ex Naville Numismatics, NN Live Auction 48, Lot 331, 07.04.2019
Norbert
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Anonymous, Romanus IV (1068-1071 AD) AE Follis Class G19 viewsByzantine Empire, Anonymous AE Follis Class G

Attributed to Romanus IV (1068-1071 AD)

Obverse: IC-XC, Bust of Christ holding book of gospels within a border of dots.

Reverse: MP-QV, Bust of Mary with hands raised within a border of dots.

Reference: SB 1867

Ex: Kayser-i Rum Numismatics +photo
Gil-galad
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Anonymous, Semuncia circa 217-2150 viewsAnonymous, Semuncia circa 217-215

RRC: 38/7
217 bc
7,17 gr

AV: Head of Mercury r., wearing winged petasus.
RV: ROMA Prow r

ex Naville Numismatics, NN Live Auction 48, Lot 322, 07.04.2019
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Anonymous, Victoriatus 1 viewsAnonymous, Victoriatus

RRC: 91/1b
211-208 bc
3,74 gr

AV: Laureate head of Jupiter right.
RV: Victory standing right, crowning trophy; in exergue, ROMA (without Torques in field).

ex Münzzentrum Reinland, Auct 188, Lot 139, 21.03.2019
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Anonymous, Victoriatus, Victory standing right, erecting trophy.12 viewsAR Victoriatus
Anonymous
Issued: 207BC
15.5mm 2.63gr
O: NO LEGEND; Laureate head of Jupiter, right.
R: NO LEGEND; Victory standing right, erecting trophy.
Exergue: Crescent, center field, above line; ROMA, below line.
RSC 24d; Sear 50; Crawford 57/1.
Mark Reid/The Time Machine
Chicago Coin Expo 4/6/17 4/17/17
Nicholas Z
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ANONYMOUS.63 viewsAE semis . Spanish mint. After 211 BC. 7,83 grs. Laureate head of Saturn right. S behind / Prow of galley right. S above. ROMA in exergue.
Villaronga AIIN 29 (1982)
benito
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Anonymous. AE Litra13 viewsAnonymous. AE Litra

RRC 27/2
bc 230-226

Av: Helmeted head of beardless Mars right (with corinthian helmet); behind, club.
Rv: Horse galloping right; above, club; below, ROMA.

ex Artemide Aste, Auct Artemide XLV, lot 82, 2016-06-11/12
Norbert
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Anonymous. After 211 BC. Æ Triens20 viewsHelmeted head of Minerva right; four pellets above
Prow of galley right; four pellets below. Crawford 56/4; Sydenham 143b and 231b

Check
ecoli
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Anonymous. AR Victoriatus. Rome mint. 27 viewsObv.Laureate head of Jupiter right.
Rev. Victory standing right, crowning trophy with wreath.
References: Crawford 53/1; Sydenham 83; RSC 9.
19mm and 2.31 grams.

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Anonymous. Circa 215-212 BC. Ć Uncia11 viewsAnonymous (post-semilibral), Uncia,Roma, 215-212 BC, AE,

Reference.
Crawford 41/10; Sydenham 108.

Post Semi-Libral standard. Rome mint.

Obv. no legend

Helmeted head of Roma right ; behind, • (mark of value)

Rev. ROMA
Prow of galley right; • (mark of value) below.

5.71 gr
20 mm

Note. Andrew McCabe
They are always overstruck on captured Sicilian or Carthaginian coin, which explains the mashed up areas eg behind the head.
okidoki
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Anonymous. GAR OGVL VER Series, AR Denarius13 views86 BC
4.19 gr.

Crawford 373/1a; RSC 226; Sydenham 723; Sear 266.

Obv. Laureate head of Apollo right

Rev. Jupiter driving quadriga right, holding reins and preparing to hurl thunderbolt.

NGC - Grade XF - Strike 4/5 - Surface 4/5

I purchased this coin from Heritage Auctions
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ANONYMOUS. Time of Domitian to A.Pius.86 viewsAE quadrans. Circa 81-161 AD. 2,39 grs. Helmeted, bearded, and cuirassed bust of Mars right / Cuirass. SC across field.
RIC II 19. cf. Cohen 26-27
benito
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Anonymous. Ć Litra16 viewsAnonymous. Ć Litra ca. 270-269 BC

RRC 17/1a
270-269 bc
5.31 gr

AV: Minervakopf l., mit korinthischen Helm.
RV: ROMAAN, Pferdekopf mit Zaumzeug.

Ex MA shops Dr. Brand, (Ex Dorotheum auct 524, 16.11.2016, ex Sammlung Haeberlin)
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Anonymous. Ć Semuncia9 viewsAnonymous. Ć Semuncia

RRC: 38/7
27-215 b.c.
5,67 gr

Av: Head of Mercury right, wearing winged petasus.
Rv: [R]OMA above, prow of galley right.

EX Ira & Larry Goldberg Coins & Collectibles, Inc., Auction 96, 14 - 15 February 2017, Lot 1922; as ex Numismatic Fine Arts/Bank Leu, 16-18 May 1984), 924 (part)
Norbert
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Anonymous; Imitative; Saturn/ Prow, SC above7 viewsI am by no means sure about the identification, but this appears similar to some Spanish? imitatives of Late Roman Republic Semis, c. 100 B.C. - 50 A.D.
The use of SC may suggest a muddling of late Republican types with those of Augustus or a later Emperor. Laureate head of Saturn right; reverse SC above, Prow right, ROMA below.
-Those who know better, please, leave a comment
Podiceps
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Anonymus Denarius7 viewsAnonymous Deanrius

RRC 287/1
115 bc

Av: Helmeted head of Roma r.; behind, X;
Rv: Roma, wearing Corinthian helmet, seated r. on pile of shields, holding spear; at feet, helmet; before, she-wolf suckling twins; on either side, two birds flying.

Surprising to have an anonymous denarius as late as 115. The reverse design portrays the Roman foundation myth in a new manner – showing the goddess Roma watching over the twins Romulus and Remus as they are suckled by the she-wolf, waiting for the day that Rome will be built.

Ex Bertolami Fine arts, Auction 24, Numismatics, London, 23.06.2016, #102
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Anonymus Sestertius 14 viewsAnonymous Sestertius
RRC 44/7
211 bc

Av: Helmeted head of Roma; IIS behind
Rv: Dioscuri to r., below ROMA in linear frame

Ex Gert Boersema (NL) via MA-Shops; 27.10.1015
Norbert
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Antioch Anonymous issue7 viewsAntioch Anonymous issue.
(1104-1112)
Cast AE Follis (new type follis or token?)
Obverse: Cross pommee with IC-XC NI-KA in angles.
Reverse: Cross pommee with IC-XC NI-KA in angles.
Mint: Antioch (?)
Minted: 1104-1112 (?)
Dia: 21.60mm
Wt: 4.8g
Notes: Extremely rare, F/F, earthen deposits, It has been noted that these are similar to issues of Tancred (1104-1112).The reverse is reminiscent of Tancred's 2nd type follis (Schl.II.7, Met.63-70 ) Obverse facing bust reverse similar to above but with cross as tree of life.
jimbomar
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ANTIOCHA AD ORONTEM - SYRIA52 views"Star of Bethlehem" bronze of Antioch
Anonymous Issue under Nero, AE Small Denomination, 56/57 (Caesarean Year 105), Syria: Seleucis and Pieria-Antiochia ad Orontem ANTIOXEWN - Veiled, turreted head of Tyche right, countermark of star (of Bethlehem?) in left field - EPIKOUADRATOU Ram leaping right, looking back, star and crescent above
ET EP in exergue 16mm. Butcher Antioch 121; SNG Copenhagen 101
Michael Molnar, an astronomer, believes this coin depicts Jupiter's occultation of Aries in 6 B.C., the most probable "Star of Bethlehem."
dpaul7
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AR Drachm of the Rajput Dynasties, Chaulukya Series35 viewsAnonymous Ruler; ca. 950-1050 AD
OBV Stylized Sassanian Bust
REV Stylized Zoroastrian Fire Altar

The design originated in the Sassanian era 6 centuries earlier and celebrated the Zoroastrian religion of the Sassanid rulers. It has become abstracted and almost unidentifiable in these coins
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Arabia Felix, Lihyan: Anonymous (ca. 2nd-1st century BCE) Ć Hemidrachm (BMC Arabia pl. LV 2-9; Huth 40)12 viewsObv: Devolved head ot Athena to right
Rev: Owl standing right, head facing; to left, olive sprig
Dim: 15 mm, 2.31 g, 6 h
Quant.Geek
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Arabia Felix, Lihyan: Anonymous (ca. 2nd-1st century BCE) Ć Tetradrachm (BMC Arabia pl. LV 2-9; Huth 40)26 viewsObv: Devolved head ot Athena to right
Rev: AΘE Owl standing right, head facing; to left, olive sprig
Dim: 23 mm, 12.83 g, 9 h
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Artaxerxes II - Darius III185 viewsPersian Empire, Lydia, Anatolia, Artaxerxes II - Darius III, c. 375 - 340 B.C., Silver siglos, 5.490 g, maximum diameter 15.1 mm, die axis 0, Carradice Type IV (late) C, 46 ff.; BMC Arabia 172 ff.; SNG Kayhan 1031; SGCV II 4683; Rosen 674; Klein 763; Carradice Price p. 77 and pl. 20, 387 ff.

Following Darius II came Artaxerxes II (called Mnemon), during whose reign Egypt revolted and relations with Greece deteriorated. His reign (dated as from 404 to 359 B.C.E.) was followed by that of his son Artaxerxes III (also called Ochus), who is credited with some 21 years of rule (358-338 B.C.E.) and is said to have been the most bloodthirsty of all the Persian rulers. His major feat was the reconquest of Egypt.
This was followed by a two-year rule for Arses and a five-year rule for Darius III (Codomannus), during whose reign Philip of Macedonia was murdered (336 B.C.E.) and was succeeded by his son Alexander. In 334 B.C.E. Alexander began his attack on the Persian Empire.

Siglos was the Greek transliteration of the Semitic denomination ""shekel"" which became a standard weight unit for silver in the Achaemenid Persian Empire after the conquest of Babylonia by Cyrus the Great in 539 B.C. Ironically, silver sigloi seem to have been struck primarily in the western part of the empire and the standard went on to influence several Greek civic and royal coinages in the fifth and fourth centuries B.C. There is endless debate about whether the figure on the obverse represents the Persian Great King or an anonymous royal hero, but since the Greeks regularly referred to the parallel gold denomination as the ""daric"" it seems clear that at least some contemporaries considered it a depiction of the king. Of course, whether this is what the Persian authorities intended or an example of interpretatio Graeca must remain an open question.
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Arya Chakravartis of Jaffna: Anonymous (ca. 1284-1410) AE Massa (MNSI-862)34 viewsObv: Seated king on left facing right with Tamil legend செது (SETU) vertically below his arm.
Rev: Standing king with crown consisting two lines and a dot, trident on left under raised right arm. A bull couchant vertically with a circle before it. All in bead circle. group of spheres on right, surmounted by crescent.
SpongeBob
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Asia Minor, Lydia, Hierocaesarea, Artemis with stag / stag19 viewsLydia, Hierokaisareia
Anonymous issue
First half of the second century
Obv.: Artemis in short chiton standing left beside stag looking up to her, on whose neck she places her r. hand, holding bow in left; the whole in laurel wreath with berries
Rev.: ΙΕΡΟΚΑΙ-СΑΡΕΩΝ clockwise, stag standing right
AE, 5.25g, 22mm
Ref.: RPC III 1867 var. (clockwise legend), BMC 15-6
shanxi
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Asia Minor, Lydia, Hierocaesarea, Artemis with stag / stag 17 viewsLydia, Hierokaisareia
Anonymous issue
First half of the second century
Obv.: Artemis in short chiton standing left beside stag looking up to her, on whose neck she places her r. hand, holding bow in left; the whole in laurel wreath with berries
Rev.: ΙΕΡΟΚΑΙС-ΑΡΕΩΝ, stag standing right
AE, 5.48g, 20mm
Ref.: RPC III 1867 var? (legend clockwise)
Ex Plankenhorn Collection
Ex Numismatik Naumann, auction 52, lot1025
shanxi
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Asia Minor, Lydia, Hierocaesarea, Artemis with stag / stag14 viewsLydia, Hierokaisareia
Anonymous issue
First half of the second century
Obv.: Artemis in short chiton standing left beside stag looking up to her, on whose neck she places her r. hand, holding bow in left; the whole in laurel wreath with berries
Rev.: ΙΕΡΟΚ-ΑΙСΑΡΕΩΝ anti-clockwise, stag standing right
AE, 4.62g, 18mm
Ref.: RPC III 1867, BMC Lydia p.104, 15-6
shanxi
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Asia Minor, Lydia, Hierocaesarea, Artemis, forepart of stag, EPI monogram34 viewsLydia, Hierokaisareia
Anonymous issue
First century
Obv.: IЄPOKAICAPЄωN, draped bust of Artemis right, bow and quiver over shoulder
Rev.: ЄΠΙ ΚΑΠΙΤωΝOC ΑΡΞΙΕΡЄωC, forepart of stag right, EPI monogram instead of the usual IEP (error)
AE, 3.76g, 17mm
Ref.: RPC 2390A
shanxi
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Asia Minor, Lydia, Hierocaesarea, Artemis, forepart of stag, IE monogram 14 viewsLydia, Hierokaisareia
Anonymous issue
First century
Obv.: IЄPOKAICAPЄωN, draped bust of Artemis right, bow and quiver over shoulder
Rev.: ЄΠΙ ΚΑΠΙΤωΝOC ΑΡXΙΕΡЄωC, forepart of stag right, IE monogram above
AE, 3.35g, 15mm
Ref.: RPC I 2389
shanxi
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Asia Minor, Lydia, Hierocaesarea, Artemis, forepart of stag, without monogram4 viewsLydia, Hierokaisareia
Anonymous issue
Time of Nero (54-68), Kapito, high priest.
Obv.: IЄPOKAICAPЄωN, draped bust of Artemis right, bow and quiver over shoulder
Rev.: ЄΠΙ ΚΑΠΙΤωΝOC ΑΡXΙΕΡЄωC, forepart of stag right
AE, 3.86g, 17 mm
Ref.: RPC I 2390
shanxi
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Asia Minor, RPC, Mysia, Pergamon, Senate, Roma30 viewsPergamon
Asia Minor, Mysia
Anonymous issue
AD late 1st-mid 2nd cent
Obv.: ΘEON [CVN] - KΛHTON, draped bust of Senate right
Rev.: ΘEAN - [PΩM]HN, head of Roma right, wearing mural crown; monogram in right field.
AE, 3.6g, 17 mm.
Ref.: possibly BMC Mysia 135, 221
shanxi
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Asia Minor, RPC, Mysia, Pergamon, Senate, Roma11 viewsPergamon
Asia Minor, Mysia
Anonymous issue
AD late 1st-mid 2nd cent
Obv.: ΘEON CVN - KΛHTON, draped bust of Senate right
Rev.: ΘEAN - PΩMHN, head of Roma right, wearing mural crown
AE, 3.40g, 17.3x18.8 mm.
Ref.: BMC Mysia p. 134, 205-210
shanxi
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Asia Minor, RPC, Mysia, Pergamon, Senate, Roma, monogram 25 viewsPergamon
Asia Minor, Mysia
Anonymous issue
AD late 1st-mid 2nd cent
Obv.: ΘEON CVN - KΛHTON, draped bust of Senate right
Rev.: ΘEAN - PΩMHN, head of Roma right, wearing mural crown; monogram in right field.
AE, 3.26g, 18 mm.
Ref.: BMC Mysia 135, 221 var. (monogram)
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Athena / Owl half right8 viewsAnonymous Quadrans, Athena / Owl, Time of Domitian (81-96 AD)
Obverse: draped and helmeted bust of Athena right
Reverse: owl half right between S C. RIC II 7, Sear I 2918. ex areich
Podiceps
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Athena / Owl half right7 viewsAnonymous Quadrans, Athena / Owl, Time of Domitian (81-96 AD)
Obverse: draped and helmeted bust of Athena right
Reverse: owl half right between S C. RIC II 7, Sear I 2918. ex areich
Podiceps
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Athena / Owl half right8 viewsAnonymous Quadrans, Athena/ Owl. time of Domitian (81-96 AD) 15mm, 2.7g. Obverse: draped and helmeted bust of Athena right. Reverse: owl half right between S C. RIC II 7, Sear I 2918. ex areich, photo credit areichPodiceps
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Aztec Anonymous (ca. 1300-1500 CE) Primitive Copper Axe Currency (Hosler Type-3a)24 viewsReferences
Hingston Quiggin A. (1949), A Survey Of Primitive Money: The Beginnings of Currency, London:Methuen & Co. Ltd
Hosler, Dorothy et al (1990), Axe-Monies and their Relatives, Studies in Pre-Columbian Art and Archaeology, No. 30
1 commentsSpongeBob
Justinian-I__(527-565)_Anonim-0_33-Siliquae-or_scripulum_Constantinopolis_Large-K-Vagi-3051-Bendall-Typ-8c_Q-001_7h_12-13mm_0,65g-s.jpg
B 004 Justinianus I. (527-565 A.D.), Vagi-3051 ???, Anonymous Issue, AR 1/3 Siliqua or 1 Scripulum, Constantinopolis,211 viewsB 004 Justinianus I. (527-565 A.D.), Vagi-3051 ???, Anonymous Issue, AR 1/3 Siliqua or 1 Scripulum, Constantinopolis,
avers: No legend, Helmeted, cuirassed bust of Constantinopolis right wearing pearl necklace and earring.
reverse: No legend, Large K.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 12-13mm, weight: 0,65g, axis: 7h,
mint: Constantinopolis, date: A.D., ref: Vagi-3051 ???, Bendall Typ-8c ???,
Q-001
quadrans
B_059_Anonim_Follis,_SB_1812var,_(Basil_II__and_Constantine_VIII__cc989_AD),_A2,_F41,_SB-1812var_,_Q-001,_6h,_25-26,5mm,11,31g-s.jpg
B 059 Anonymous Follis, SB 1812var., AE-Follis, Class A2/F41type, (Basil II. and Constantine VIII. (976-1025 A.D.)), #1103 viewsB 059 Anonymous Follis, SB 1812var., AE-Follis, Class A2/F41type, (Basil II. and Constantine VIII. (976-1025 A.D.)), #1
Class A2, attributed to joint reign of Basil II and Constantine VIII.
averse: +EMMA NOVHΛ, IC-XC, ust of Christ facing, wearing nimbus cross with various ornaments in each limb.. pallium and colobium, and holding books of Gospels.
reverse: +IhSyS / XRISTUS/ bASILEy/bASILE - in 4 lines, Greek legend, "Jesus Christ, King of Kings".
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 27,5mm, weight: 10,30g, axis: h,
mint: Constantinople though Metclaf states several provincial mints within this group. some with rev legend differences., date: cc989 A.D., ref:SB 1813, Class A2/F41type,
Q-001
quadrans
B_059_Anonim-Follis,_SB_1813,_AE-Follis,_Class_A2,_(Constantine_VIII__(976-1025_A_D_)),SB-1818-p-350_Q-001,_0h,_28mm,_10_30g-s.jpg
B 059 Anonymous Follis, SB 1813, AE-Follis, Class A2/F39type, (Constantine VIII. (976-1025 A.D.)), #1128 viewsB 059 Anonymous Follis, SB 1813, AE-Follis, Class A2/F39type, (Constantine VIII. (976-1025 A.D.)), #1
Class A2, attributed to joint reign of Basil II and Constantine VIII.
averse: +ЄMMA NOVHΛ, IC-XC, Bust of Christ facing, wearing nimbus cross with various ornaments in each limb.. pallium and colobium, and holding books of Gospels.
reverse: +IhSyS / XRISTUS/ bASILEy/bASILE - in 4 lines, Greek legend, "Jesus Christ, King of Kings".
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 27,5mm, weight: 10,30g, axis: h,
mint: Constantinople though Metclaf states several provincial mints within this group. some with rev legend differences., date: 976-1025 CE, ref:SB 1813, Class A2/F39type,
Q-001
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Constantine-IX-1042-1055_Anonim-Follis_Class-D_IC-XC_IS-XS_BASILE_BASIL_SB-1836-p-378_Q-001_6h_29-30mm_12,81g-s.jpg
B 059 Anonymous Follis, SB 1836, AE-Follis, Class D, (Constantine IX. (1042-1055 A.D.)),94 viewsB 059 Anonymous Follis, SB 1836, AE-Follis, Class D, (Constantine IX. (1042-1055 A.D.)),
Class D, attributed to joint reign of Constantine IX.
averse: Bust of Christ facing, wearing nimbus cross with various ornaments in each limb.. pallium and colobium, and holding books of Gospels.
reverse: -+-IS-XS / bASILE/bASIL- in 3 lines, - crescent -.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 29-30mm, weight: 12,81g, axis: 6h,
mint: , date:, ref: SB-1836, p-378,
Q-001
quadrans
B_059_Anonim-Follis,_SB_1880,_AE-Follis,_Class_H,_(Michael_VII__(_First_Crusade_)_(1081-1092_A_D_)),_Constantinopolis,_Q-001,_5h,_23-24mm,_5,49g-s.jpg
B 059 Anonymous Follis, SB 1880, AE-Follis, Class H, (Michael VII. ( First Crusade ?) (1081-1092 A.D.)), Constantinopolis, #1107 viewsB 059 Anonymous Follis, SB 1880, AE-Follis, Class H, (Michael VII. ( First Crusade ?) (1081-1092 A.D.)), Constantinopolis, #1
averse: Bust of Christ facing, wearing nimbus cross with various ornaments in each limb.. pallium and colobium, and rising right hand in benediction, in left hand, to scroll, to left IC to right XC, border of dots.
reverse: Patriarchal cross, with globulae and two pelletsat each extremity, in lower field on either side, floral ornament.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 23-24,5mm, weight: 5,49g, axis: 5h,
mint: Constantinopolis, date: 1081-1092 A.D., ref:SB 1880, p-379,
Q-001
quadrans
B_059_Anonim-Follis,_SB_1901,_AE-Follis,_Class_K,_(Alexius_I__(1081-1118_A_D_)),_Constantinopolis,_Q-001,_6h,_20,5-22,5mm,_4,09g-s.jpg
B 059 Anonymous Follis, SB 1901, AE-Follis, Class K, MP/QV//--, (Alexius I. (1081-1118 A.D.), Constantinopolis, Mary, three-quarter length figure, #198 viewsB 059 Anonymous Follis, SB 1901, AE-Follis, Class K, MP/QV//--, (Alexius I. (1081-1118 A.D.), Constantinopolis, Mary, three-quarter length figure, #1
averse: Bust of Christ facing, wearing nimbus cross with various ornaments in each limb.. pallium and colobium, and rising right hand in benediction, in left hand, to scroll, to left IC to right XC, border of large pellets.
reverse: MP-QV to left and right of Mary, three-quarter length figure, nimbate, hands raised, all inside border of large pellets.
exergue: MP/QV//--, diameter: 20,5-22,5mm, weight: 4,09g, axis: 6h,
mint: Constantinopolis, date: 1068-1071 A.D., ref:SB 1901,
Q-001
quadrans
B_059_Imitation-Barbar_Anonim-Follis_SB--p-_Q-001,_6h,_24,5-26,5mm,_9,04g-s.jpg
B 059 Anonymous Follis, SB ????, AE-Follis, Class A2 (?), (Ancient (Barbar) Imitation), 113 viewsB 059 Anonymous Follis, SB ????, AE-Follis, Class A2 (?), (Ancient (Barbar) Imitation),
(Class A2, attributed to joint reign of Basil II and Constantine VIII.)
averse: +ЄMMΔ VOHΛI instead of +ЄMMA NOVHΛ, IC-XC, Bust of Christ facing, wearing nimbus cross with various ornaments in each limb.. pallium and colobium, and holding books of Gospels.
reverse: +IhSyS / XRISTUS/ bASILEy/bASILE - in 4 lines, Greek legend, "Jesus Christ, King of Kings", all S are "revers" !!!
exe: -/-//--, diameter: 24,5-26,6mm, weight: 9,04g, axis: 6h,
mint: Ancient (Barbar) Imitation., date: ??? A.D., ref: SB ???,
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Basil II & Consantine VIII19 viewsClass A2 anonymous follis. +EMMANOVHA IX-XC, Nimbate bust of Christ holding book of gospels / +IhSUS / XRISTUS / bASILEU / bASILE in four lines, adornments above & below.

1023 - 1028 A.D ex Forvm
Randygeki(h2)
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Basil II & Constantin VIII, SBCV 18187 viewsBasil II & Constantin VIII, AD 1023-1028
AE 30, 8.94g, 30.1mm, 180°
so-called anonymous follis, type A3
struck in a provincial mint(?)
obv. EMMA - NOVHL
in l. and r. field IC - XC
Bust of Christus, with nimbus, in pallium and colobium, holding in both hand New
Testament
nimbus and New Testament decorated with crosses
rev. IhSuS / XRISTuS / bASIEu / bASILE
legend in 4 lines, above and below a cross
ref. SBCV 1818; Grierson - NumisWiki Ornaments 32
about VF, rev. a bit excentric
From Foruma Ancient Coins, thanks!

Emmanuel = God with us (Matthew 1:2, Isaiah 7:14)
IC - XC = Iesous Xristos
IhSuS / XRISTuS / bASIEu / bASILE = Iesus Xristus King of kings
Pallium: Mantle of emperors and kings
Colobium: Sleeveless long tunic worn by Christus on the cross
Jochen
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Basil II and Constantine VIII, AD 976 - 102512 viewsĆ anonymous follis, class A2, 32mm, 12.6g, 6h; Constantinople mint
Obv.: + EMMANOVHL, facing bust of Christ, wears nimbus cruciger ornamented in each limb of cross, pallium and colobium, Gospels in both hands, to left IC, to right XC
Rev.: + IhSuS / XRISTuS / bASILEu / bASILE (Jesus Christ King of Kings), ornamentation above and below
Reference: SBCV 1813
John Anthony
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BCC IC333 viewsUmayyad Period - AE Fals
Anonymous of al-Ramla (jund Filastin)
Undated (early 90’s-100’s AH, 710-720 CE)
Obv:”La ilaha illa Allah” within double circle
with striations.
Rev:”Mohammed rasul Allah”, in circle,
branch in field, mint around.
24mm. 3.94gm. Axis:0
Rare
v-drome
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BCC IC613 viewsUmayyad Period - AE Fals
Anonymous of Tabariya
Undated ca. 740-750 CE.
Obv:Lion crouching left, Inscription around
محمد رسول الله "Mohammed rasul Allah"
Rev:Inscription: لا إله إلى الله واحد
”La ilah illa Allah wahadu”
in three lines.
15.5mm. 2.98gm. Axis:150
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Berytus AE12, 1st cent AD30 viewsAnonymous
Berytus, Phoenicia
AE12, 1st cent. AD
COL, Silenos holding wine skin between
BER above prow
SNG Cop 89, BMC 46
Ardatirion
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Bhaunagar: Anonymous (ca. 19th century) AR Rupee, Surat Mint (See KM#76 under French India)24 viewsUnder Krause, this is listed as a French Rupee that was struck at Surat. However, Surat was never under the French authority and hence that section is incorrect. Tentatively attributed to Bhaunagar.SpongeBob
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Bird and TOD - Denarius, Crawford 141/110 viewsDenomination: Denarius
Era: c. 189-180 BC
Metal: AR
Obverse: Helmeted head of Roma r. with peaked visor; “X” behind; Border of dots
Reverse: Luna in a biga looking up at a crescent moon. Horses rearing, Bird and TOD below ; Legend ROMA in short frame.
Mint: Rome
Weight: 3.72 gm.
Reference: Crawford 141/1
Provenance: From the RBW collection, CNG Electronic sale 364, 2-DEC-2016, lot 103; Ex Peus 322, 1-NOV-88, lot 56.

Comments:
Bird and TOD monogram. Well centered, lovely surfaces and toning. Luna’s head and the crescent moon are weakly struck, otherwise GVF.
Steve B5
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Branch, Denarius, Crawford 76/1a22 viewsDenomination: Denarius
Era: c. 211 BC
Metal: AR
Obverse: Helmeted head of Roma r. with visor of three straight lines; Branch behind; “X” below chin of Roma. Border of dots
Reverse: Dioscuri r.; in linear frame, “ROMA”.
Mint: Rome
Weight: 3.77 gm.
Reference: Crawford 76/1a
Provenance: Harlan Berk, 1-DEC-2008


Comments: Crawford lists four sub-varieties of 76/1 differentiated by the presence or absence of a small curl on the left shoulder and a fillet detail tied to the branch. This example is the most common variety without either of these details.

What Crawford does not differentiate is the two significantly different obverse styles found in this issue. The obverse of the first is rendered with Roma’s helmet visor comprised of three very short lines. This variety is always Cr. 76/1a without the curl and fillet details. The second variety has Roma’s helmet visor of three long lines and of somewhat more elegant style, and is found with and without the curl and fillet.
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Branch, Denarius, Crawford 76/1d (Long visor)9 viewsDenomination: Denarius
Era: c. 211 BC
Metal: AR
Obverse: Helmeted head of Roma r. with visor of three long straight lines; Loop under visor and loop in front of ear; Branch behind, tied with fillet (partially obscured); Lock of hair on left shoulder; “X” below chin of Roma. Border of dots
Reverse: Dioscuri r.; in linear frame, “ROMA”.
Mint: Rome
Weight: 3.93 gm.
Reference: Crawford 76/1d
Provenance: NAC 72, Lot 1005, 17-MAY-2013


Comments: Crawford lists four sub-varieties of 76/1 differentiated by the presence or absence of a small curl on the left shoulder and a fillet detail tied to the branch. This example has both the curl on the left shoulder and the fillet on the branch.

What Crawford does not differentiate is the two significantly different obverse styles found in this issue. The obverse of the first is rendered with Roma’s helmet visor comprised of three very short lines. This variety is always Cr. 76/1a without the curl and fillet details. The second variety has Roma’s helmet visor of three long lines and of somewhat more elegant style, and is found with and without the curl and fillet. The present coin is the second style with the long visor.

This sub variety is the scarcest of the four sub-varieties of Cr. 76/1. Slightly off-center, obscuring part of the branch and the stars above the dioscuri on the reverse. otherwise, beautiful old toning and GVF.
Steve B5
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Bronze - ACHAIA, Achaean League. Anonymous. Circa 250 BC.81 viewsĆ Dichalkon (13mm, 2.54 g, 2h).
obv: Laureate head of Zeus right
rev: League monogram within wreath . Benner 5; BCD Peloponnesos 377; SNG Copenhagen 229.
Near VF, rough green patina, encrustation.

CNG Electronic Auction 215, Lot: 172.
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Bronze anonymous follis26 viewsBronze anonymous follis, Anonymous follis of Christ, class K; S 1901, F, 5.760g, 26.9mm, 180o, Constantinople mint, obverse IC - XC, bust of Christ facing, with nimbus cruciger, wears pallium and colobium, raising right, Gospels in left, border of large pellets between lines; reverse MP - QV, the Virgin orans, standing facing 3/4 length, nimbate, wears pallium, and maphorium, border of large pellets between lines; scarce; Alexios
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Bruttium, the Brettii: Anonymous (ca. 214-211 BCE) Ć Double – Didrachm (Scheu, Bronze 1; HN Italy 1975)45 viewsObv: Helmeted head of Ares left; two pellets to right, grain ear below
Rev: Nike standing left, erecting trophy; cornucopia between


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Bulgaria, Second Empire: Anonymous (ca. 11th-12th Century CE) Ć Follis (Raduchev & Zhekov 1.0.6; Youroukova & Penchev 152)15 viewsObv: Facing bust of Christ Pantokrator
Rev: Latin cross with central X and globus and two pellets at the end of each extremity; crescents to upper left and right, floral scroll below
Dim: 21mm, 2.43 g, 6h
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Byzantine Anonymous Follis of Christ, Class A3, Basil II & Constantine VIII, c. 1023 - 11 November 1028 A.D.133 viewsBronze anonymous follis, Anonymous follis of Christ, class A3; SBCV 1818; Grierson ornaments 24a, gVF, well centered, excellent portrait detail but nose a bit flat, attractive toned bare metal, a few scratches, Constantinople (Istanbul, Turkey) mint, weight 9.833g, maximum diameter 27.5mm, die axis 180o, c. 1023 - 11 Nov 1028 A.D.; obverse + EMMANOVHL, facing nimbate bust of Christ, two pellets in each arm of the cross, pallium and colobium, holding gospels with both hands, to left IC, to right XC; reverse + IhSuS / XRISTuS / bASILEu / bASILE (Jesus Christ King of Kings), ornaments above and below legend;

The emperor's name and portrait are not part of the design on the Byzantine types referred to as anonymous folles. Instead of the earthly king, these coins depict Jesus Christ, King of Kings.

FORVM Ancient Coins.

*A spectacular artistic portrait of Christ.
The Sam Mansourati Collection.
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BYZANTINE Anonymous Romanus III JESUS KING OF KINGS45 viewsAnonymous
Item description: Byzantine Empire 1028-1041 AD Emperor Romanus III, Overse: EMMANOVHL, facing bust of Christ, wearing nimbus cruciger, pallium and colobium and holding book of Gospels with both hands , Reverse: Cross on three steps with pellet at each extremity, in fields IS-XS (Jesus Christ) bAS-ILE/bAS-ILE "King of Kings"
Size: 31 mm Weight: 4.9 g Around 980 Years Old
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BYZANTINE Anonymous Romanus III JESUS KING OF KINGS27 viewsAnonymous
Item description: Byzantine Empire 1028-1041 AD Emperor Romanus III, Overse: EMMANOVHL, facing bust of Christ, wearing nimbus cruciger, pallium and colobium and holding book of Gospels with both hands , Reverse: Cross on three steps with pellet at each extremity, in fields IS-XS (Jesus Christ) bAS-ILE/bAS-ILE "King of Kings"
29 mm. 11.6 g
_2750
Antonivs Protti
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Byzantine Anonymous, time of Romanus III or Michael IV, AD 1028 - 104117 viewsAE Class B Follis, 31 x 28mm, 10.1g, 6h; Constantinople mint.
Obv.: EMMANOVHΛ, facing bust of Christ, wearing nimbus cruciger, pallium and colobium, holding gospels with both hands, IC - XC (Jesus Christ) flanking across field.
Rev.: Cross on three steps with pellet at each extremity, in fields IS - XS (Jesus Christ) / bAS-ILE / bAS-ILE (King of Kings)
Reference: SBCV 1823.
Notes: sold to JB, 10/15/15.
John Anthony
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Byzantine Empire16 viewsAE1 969 - 976 CE

Obverse: Christ facing with book of Gospels, + EMMANOVHA IX-XC.

Reverse: +IhSvS
XRISTvS
bASILEv
bASILE
(Jesus Christ king of kings)
Pericles J2
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BYZANTINE EMPIRE - Anonymous Class C91 viewsAnonymous Follis Class C Michael IV Jesus Christ Class C Follis Attributed to Michael IV Obv: EMMANOVHA - Facing bust of Jesus Christ, holding nimbus cross and gospel Rev: IC-XC/ NI-KA - Short cross divides inscription into four equal parts Byzantine Empire AD 1034-1041 = D. Sear Byzantine Coinage and Their Values, p. 377, 1825 7.95 g. The coin was struck during the time the Byzantine emperor Michael IV (1034-1041 AD) and it is the basic denomination. Part of the coinage during this period was struck without the attribution of the emperor but as apotheos of the Christ. The obverse legend EMANUIL (in Greek) is from Hebrew (imanuil) meaning: The God is with us. The reverse is abbreviation IC = Isus = Jesus; XC = Hristo= Christ; NIKA = Nikator = Victor, Victorious. dpaul7
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BYZANTINE EMPIRE - BASIL II & CONSTANTINE VIII181 viewsAnonymous follis class A2 Christ & 4 lines legend Attributed to the reign of Basil II & Constantine VIII. Obv.: Bust of Christ, facing, Wearing nimbus and holding book with Gospels. Rev.: Legend in four lines. Ref.: D. Sear. Byzantine coins and their values. p. 376 1813. 29 mm, 12.78 g. dpaul7
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BYZANTINE EMPIRE - Basil II & Constantine VIII85 viewsBASIL II & CONSTANTINE VIII Join Reign (1023-1028) Class A2 anonymous follis. +EMMANOVHA IX-XC, Nimbate bust of Christ holding book of gospels / +IhSUS / XRISTUS / bASILEU / bASILE in four lines, adornments above & below. Ornamentation #40.dpaul7
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BYZANTINE EMPIRE - NICEPHORUS III ANONYMOUS FOLLIS75 viewsNICEPHORUS III - AE Follis (Class I). OBVERSE: IC - XC - Bust of Christ facing, wearing nimbus cruciger, pallium and colobium, raising right hand in benediction, book of Gospels in left hand, all inside border of large pellets. REVERSE: Latin cross with X at center, globule and two pellets at each extremity, floral ornament in either side of lower fields, crescents in either side of upper fields. SIZE: 25mm. WEIGHT: 6.5g
DATE: 1078-1081 AD. REFERENCE: SB 1889
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BYZANTINE EMPIRE - ROMANUS III130 viewsAnonymous follis class B Christ, attributed to Romanus III Obv.: Bust of Christ, facing, Wearing nimbus and holding book with Gospels. Rev.: Legend in four sections around cross standing on three steps. Ref.: D. Sear. Byzantine coins and their value. P. 377, 1823. 28 mm, 10.40 g.
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BYZANTINE EMPIRE -- Constantine IX89 viewsBYZANTINE EMPIRE -- Constantine IX (1042-1055), AE Class D anonymous follis. 1042-1055 AD. IC to left, XC to right of Christ, nimbate, seated facing on throne with back, holding book of Gospels in both hands / bAS-ILE bAS-ILE in three lines, crescent below. Reference: SB 1836.dpaul7
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BYZANTINE EMPIRE -- Romanus IV90 viewsBYZANTINE EMPIRE -- Romanus IV (1068-1071) Anonymous Clas G Follis, Circa 1068-1071. Obv.: IC - XC to left and right of Nimbate bust of Christ facing, raising right hand in benediction and holding scroll in left, all within border of large dots. Rev.: MP - QV to left and right of facing bust of the Virgin Mary, nimbate, hands raised, all inside border of large dots. Reference: DOC III pp. 692-4; SB 1867. dpaul7
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Byzantine Empire / Basil II. And Constantine VIII.61 viewsAnonymous AE of Christ 976 - 1025 AD , uncertain mint.
Obverse : + Emma NOVHL / IC - XC, Christ bust.

Reverse : + IhSVS / XRISTVS / BASILEV / BASILE, top & Below vegetal ornament.

Ch VF ,10.14 gr 28.5 mm

Sear 1813
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Byzantine Empire, temp. Nikephoros III, 1078-10838 viewsAE Anonymous Follis, Class I, 6.2g, 27mm, 6h; Constantinople mint.
Obv.: Bust of Christ.
Rev.: Ornate cross on floreate base.
Reverence: SB 1889
Notes: eBay, wq
John Anthony
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Byzantine Empire: Anonymous (555-624) 4 Nummi, Cartago Spartaria (Gavilá 44)14 viewsQuant.Geek
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Byzantine Empire: Anonymous (ca. 10th-11th Century) Pb Seal 14 viewsObv: M X on either side; St. Michael standing front, holding lotus-tipped scepter and globe
Rev: ⵙ|NI|KO Λ|ΑΟ|C; St. Nicholas standing facing, wearing nimbus and holding book, raising his right hand in blessing
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Byzantine Empire: Anonymous Lead Seal (11th-12th Century AD) 154 viewsByzantine Empire: Anonymous Lead Seal (11th-12th Century AD)

Obv: Facing bust of the Archangel Michael, wearing loros and holding scepter and globe
Rev: Patriarchal cross with floral ornaments
Size: 16mm
Wgt: 4.78g
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Byzantine Empire: Anonymous Lead Seal (11th-12th Century)158 viewsByzantine Empire: Anonymous Lead Seal (11th-12th Century)

Obv: +OV | CΦPA | ΓIC EI | MI in four lines
Rev: THN | ΓPAΦ, | RΛEΠ | NOEI in four lines
Size: 21mm
Wgt: 9.34g

Cf. Orghidan 556 (same legend on an iconographical seal);

(“Ou sphragis eimi, tčn graphčn blepňn noei” – “Observe the document to see whose seal I am”)
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Byzantine Empire: Anonymous Lead Seal (ca. 11-12th Century)146 viewsObv: IC-XC to left and right of bust of Christ with beard and nimbus cruciger, wearing pallium and colobium, raising hand in benediction and holding Book of Gospels inside border
Rev: M-Q to left and right of Mary, nimbate, hands raised inside border
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Byzantine Empire: Romanus IV Diogenes (1068-1071) Ć Follis, Constantinople (Sear 1866; DOC III 8)17 viewsObv: IC XC over NI KA in field; Bust of Christ, facing, bearded, with dotted cross behind head, wearing tunic and himation; right hand raised in blessing in sling of cloak, left hand holds book, with nine dots on cover, from beneath
Rev: C-R / P-Δ; Latin cross with X at intersection and one large and two small pellets at end of each arm

Overstruck on Anonymous Class D follis of Constantine IX (Sear 1836).
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Byzantine Empire: Ć Anonymous Class A1 Follis, Constantinople (Sear 1793) - Attributed to John I Tzimisces (969-976)44 viewsObv: +ЄMMA-NOVHΛ; IC-XC to right and left of bust of Christ facing, holding book of gospels, with nimbus
Rev: +IҺSЧS / XRISTЧS / ЬASILЄЧ / ЬASILЄ in four lines
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Byzantine Empire: Ć Anonymous Class A1 Follis, Constantinople (Sear 1793) - Attributed to John I Tzimisces (969-976)23 viewsObv: +ЄMMA-NOVHΛ; IC-XC to right and left of bust of Christ facing, holding book of gospels, with nimbus
Rev: +IҺSЧS / XRISTЧS / ЬASILЄЧ / ЬASILЄ in four lines
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Byzantine Empire: Ć Anonymous Class A1 Follis, Constantinople (Sear 1793) - Attributed to John I Tzimisces (969-976)32 viewsObv: +ЄMMA-NOVHΛ; IC-XC to right and left of bust of Christ facing, holding book of gospels, with nimbus
Rev: +IҺSЧS / XRISTЧS / ЬASILЄЧ / ЬASILЄ in four lines

Overstruck on a Constantinople mint follis of Constantine VII and Romanus I (SB 1760), itself overstruck on a Constantinople mint follis of Constantine VII and Zoe.
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Byzantine Empire: Ć Anonymous Class A1 Follis, Constantinople (Sear 1793) - Attributed to John I Tzimisces (969-976)40 viewsObv: +ЄMMA-NOVHΛ; IC-XC to right and left of bust of Christ facing, holding book of gospels, with nimbus
Rev: +IҺSЧS / XRISTЧS / ЬASILЄЧ / ЬASILЄ in four lines
Dim: 25 mm, 7.22 g, 5 h
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Byzantine Empire: Ć Anonymous Class A1 Follis, Constantinople (Sear 1793) - Attributed to John I Tzimisces (969-976)11 viewsObv: +ЄMMA-NOVHΛ; IC-XC to right and left of bust of Christ facing, holding book of gospels, with nimbus
Rev: +IҺSЧS / XRISTЧS / ЬASILЄЧ / ЬASILЄ in four lines

Overstruck on a Constantinople mint follis of Constantine VII (SB 1761)
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Byzantine Empire: Ć Anonymous Class A2 Follis, Contemporary Imitation (DOC III.2-A2.52.3)11 viewsQuant.Geek
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Byzantine Empire: Ć Anonymous Class A2-31 Follis, Constantinople (Sear 1813) - Attributed to Basil II & Constantine VII (976-1025)17 viewsObv: +ЄMMA-NOVHΛ; IC-XC to right and left of bust of Christ facing, holding book of gospels, with nimbus
Rev: +IҺSЧS / XRISTЧS / ЬASILЄЧ / ЬASILЄ in four lines
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Byzantine Empire: Ć Anonymous Class A2-32 Follis, Attributed to Basil II & Constantine VII (976-1025), Constantinople (Sear 1813; Sommer-40.2.7)17 viewsObv: +ЄMMA-NOVHΛ; IC-XC to right and left of bust of Christ facing with nimbate cross behind head, 🞢 in each limb of nimbus cross, holding book of gospels, a 🞢 on the center of book
Rev: + IҺSЧS / XRISTЧS / ЬASILЄЧ / ЬASILЄ in four lines; above and below, 🞢 between two pellets
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Byzantine Empire: Ć Anonymous Class A2-40b Follis, Attributed to Basil II & Constantine VII (976-1025), Constantinople Mint (Sear-1813, Sommer-40.2.7)78 viewsObv: + EMMA NOVHΛ IC - XC.
Bust of Christ facing, holding book of gospels, with nimbus. Cross on book of gospels; cross in each arm of gospel.

Rev: + IhSYS/ XRISTYS/ bASILEY/ bASILE.
Legend in four lines.
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Byzantine Empire: Ć Anonymous Class A2-41 Follis, Constantinople (Sear 1813) - Attributed to Basil II & Constantine VII (976-1025)15 viewsObv: +ЄMMA-NOVHΛ; IC-XC to right and left of bust of Christ facing, holding book of gospels, with nimbus
Rev: +IҺSЧS / XRISTЧS / ЬASILЄЧ / ЬASILЄ in four lines
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Byzantine Empire: Ć Anonymous Class A3 Follis, Attributed to Basil II & Constantine VIII (ca. 1020-1028) Constantinople Mint (Sear-1818; DOC A2.16)31 viewsObv: Facing bust of Christ Pantokrator
Rev: + IҺSЧS / XRISTЧS / ЬASILЄЧ / ЬASILЄ in four lines; above and below, Λ between two pellets
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Byzantine Empire: Ć Anonymous Class B Follis, Attributed to Romanus III (1028-1034 ), Constantinople (Sear-1823)20 viewsObv: IC-XC to right and left of bust of Christ facing with nimbate cross behind head, ◻ in each limb of nimbus cross, holding book of gospels, a dot in center of dotted square on book
Rev: IS-XS BAS-ILE BAS-ILE to left and right above and below cross with dots at the ends, on three steps
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Byzantine Empire: Ć Anonymous Class B Follis, Attributed to Romanus III (1028-1034 ), Constantinople (Sear-1823)28 viewsObv: IC-XC to right and left of bust of Christ facing with nimbate cross behind head, ◻ in each limb of nimbus cross, holding book of gospels, a dot in center of dotted square on book
Rev: IS-XS BAS-ILE BAS-ILE to left and right above and below cross with dots at the ends, on three steps
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Byzantine Empire: Ć Anonymous Class B Follis, Attributed to Romanus III (1028-1034 ), Constantinople Mint (Sear-1823)28 viewsObv: IC-XC to right and left of bust of Christ facing with nimbate cross behind head, square in each limb of nimbus cross, holding book of gospels, a dot in center of dotted square on book
Rev: IS-XS BAS-ILE BAS-ILE to left and right above and below cross with dots at the ends, on three steps
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Byzantine Empire: Ć Anonymous Class B Follis, Attributed to Romanus III (1028-1034 ), Constantinople Mint (Sear-1823)37 viewsObv: IC-XC to right and left of bust of Christ facing with nimbate cross behind head, square in each limb of nimbus cross, holding book of gospels, a dot in center of dotted square on book
Rev: IS-XS BAS-ILE BAS-ILE to left and right above and below cross with dots at the ends, on three steps
Size: 34.5mm
Wgt: 15.60g
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Byzantine Empire: Ć Anonymous Class B Follis, Attributed to Romanus III (1028-1034 ), Constantinople Mint (Sear-1823)25 viewsObv: IC-XC to right and left of bust of Christ facing with nimbate cross behind head, square in each limb of nimbus cross, holding book of gospels, a dot in center of dotted square on book
Rev: IS-XS BAS-ILE BAS-ILE to left and right above and below cross with dots at the ends, on three steps
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Byzantine Empire: Ć Anonymous Class B Follis, Attributed to Romanus III (1028-1034 ), Constantinople Mint (Sear-1823)25 viewsObv: IC-XC to right and left of bust of Christ facing with nimbate cross behind head, square in each limb of nimbus cross, holding book of gospels, a dot in center of dotted square on book
Rev: IS-XS BAS-ILE BAS-ILE to left and right above and below cross with dots at the ends, on three steps
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Byzantine Empire: Ć Anonymous Class B Follis, Constantinople (Sear 1823; DOC B.1-64) - Attributed to Romanus III (1028-1034)30 viewsObv: IC-XC to right and left of bust of Christ facing with nimbate cross behind head, square in each limb of nimbus cross, holding book of gospels, a dot in center of dotted square on book
Rev: IS-XS ЬAS-ILЄ ЬAS-ILЄ to left and right above and below cross with dots at the ends, on three steps
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Byzantine Empire: Ć Anonymous Class B Follis, Constantinople (Sear 1823; DOC B.1-64) - Attributed to Romanus III (1028-1034)14 viewsObv: IC-XC to right and left of bust of Christ facing with nimbate cross behind head, square in each limb of nimbus cross, holding book of gospels, a dot in center of dotted square on book; Mardin Hoard Countermark #13 (عز)
Rev: IS-XS ЬAS-ILЄ ЬAS-ILЄ to left and right above and below cross with dots at the ends, on three steps; Unkown Countermark

Countermarked by Izz al-din Abu Bakr al-Dubaysi between 1146 and 1156 AD at the mint of al-Jazirah (obverse) and an unknown countermark that is not listed in The Mardin Hoard on the reverse.
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Byzantine Empire: Ć Anonymous Class B Follis, Constantinople (Sear 1823; DOC B.1-64; Zervos Type B-2) - Attributed to Romanus III (1028-1034)18 viewsObv: IC-XC to right and left of bust of Christ facing with nimbate cross behind head, dot in each limb of nimbus cross, holding book of gospels, a dot in center of dotted square on book
Rev: IS-XS ЬAS-ILЄ ЬAS-ILЄ to left and right above and below cross with dots at the ends, on three steps
Dim: 27 mm, 8.65 g

An extremely rare variation of the Anonymous Class B Follis. The arms of the nimbus cross has only dots and the book of Gospels has five dots. Using Orestes H. Zervos' classifications of the Class B folles, these types were found during the excavation of Corinth. See the following paper:

Zervos, Orestes H., The Substantive Varieties of Anonymous Folles of Class B, Nomismatika Khronika No. 22/2003
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Byzantine Empire: Ć Anonymous Class C Follis, Attributed to Michael IV (Sear-1825)36 viewsObv: EMMA NOVHL around, IC-XC to right and left of Christ, with nimbate cross behind head, three-quarter length figure standing, raising right hand, holding book of gospels in left
Rev: IC-XC/NI-KA in the angles of a jeweled cross with dot at each end
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Byzantine Empire: Ć Anonymous Class C Follis, Attributed to Michael IV (Sear-1825)23 viewsObv: EMMA NOVHL around, IC-XC to right and left of Christ, with nimbate cross behind head, three-quarter length figure standing, raising right hand, holding book of gospels in left
Rev: IC-XC/NI-KA in the angles of a jeweled cross with dot at each end
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Byzantine Empire: Ć Anonymous Class C Follis, Attributed to Michael IV (Sear-1825)25 viewsObv: EMMA NOVHL around, IC-XC to right and left of Christ, with nimbate cross behind head, three-quarter length figure standing, raising right hand, holding book of gospels in left
Rev: IC-XC/NI-KA in the angles of a jeweled cross with dot at each end
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Byzantine Empire: Ć Anonymous Class D Follis, Attributed to Constantine IX (1042-1055), (Sear-1836)93 viewsObv: IC - XC.
Christ seated facing on throne with back, wearing nimbus cruciger, pallium and colobium, and holding book of Gospels with both hands.
Rev: IS XS / bASILE / bASIL.
Legend in 3 lines.
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Byzantine Empire: Ć Anonymous Class E Follis, Attributed to Constantine X (1059-1067) (Sear-1855)39 viewsObv: IC - XC.
Facing bust of Christ with beard and nimbus cruciger, wearing pallium and colobium, raising hand in benediction and holding Book of Gospels.
Rev: IS XS / bASILE / bASIL'.
Legend in 3 lines.
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Byzantine Empire: Ć Anonymous Class F Follis, Constantinople (Sear 1856; DOC III.2-F.2) - Attributed to Constantine X (1059-1067)22 viewsObv: IC-XC in field; Christ seated facing on throne without back, wearing nimbus cruciger, pallium and colobium, raising right in benediction; gospels in left hand
Rev: IS XS / ЬASILЄ / ЬASIL in three lines; cross above and beneath
Dim: 25mm, 5.38g

Overstruck on an Anonymous Class C Follis
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Byzantine Empire: Ć Anonymous Class F Follis, Constantinople (Sear 1856; DOC III.2-F.3) - Attributed to Constantine X (1059-1067)14 viewsObv: IC-XC in field; Christ seated facing on throne without back, wearing nimbus cruciger, pallium and colobium, raising right in benediction; gospels in left hand
Rev: IS XS / ЬASILЄ / ЬASIL in three lines; cross above and beneath

Overstruck on an Anonymous Class E Follis
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Byzantine Empire: Ć Anonymous Class F Follis, Constantinople (Sear 1856; DOC III.2-F.3) - Attributed to Constantine X (1059-1067)23 viewsObv: IC-XC in field; Christ seated facing on throne without back, wearing nimbus cruciger, pallium and colobium, raising right in benediction; gospels in left hand
Rev: IS XS / ЬASILЄ / ЬASIL in three lines; cross above and beneath
Dim: 27mm, 9.22 g, 6h
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Byzantine Empire: Ć Anonymous Class G Follis, Attributed to Romanus IV35 viewsObv: IC-XC to left and right of bust of Christ, nimbate, facing, right hand raised, scroll in left, all within border of large dots
Rev: MP-QV to left and right of Mary, nimbate, hands raised, all inside border of large dots
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Byzantine Empire: Ć Anonymous Class H Follis, Attributed to Michael VII (1071-1078), Constantinople Mint (Sear-1880; DOC H.5)76 viewsObv: Facing bust of Christ Pantokrator
Rev: Patriarchal cross with globule and pellets at extremities, set on floral ornament
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Byzantine Empire: Ć Anonymous Class I Follis, Attributed to Nicephorus III (Sear-1889, DOC I.1-64) 44 viewsObv: Facing bust of Christ Pantokrator
Rev: Latin cross with central X and globus and two pellets at the end of each extremity; crescents to upper left and right, floral scroll below
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Byzantine Empire: Ć Anonymous Class I Follis, Attributed to Nicephorus III (Sear-1889, DOC I.1-64) 41 viewsObv: Facing bust of Christ Pantokrator
Rev: Latin cross with central X and globus and two pellets at the end of each extremity; crescents to upper left and right, floral scroll below
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Byzantine Empire: Ć Anonymous Class I Follis, Attributed to Nicephorus III (Sear-1889, DOC I.1-64)22 viewsObv: Facing bust of Christ Pantokrator
Rev: Latin cross with central X and globus and two pellets at the end of each extremity; crescents to upper left and right, floral scroll below
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Byzantine Empire: Ć Anonymous Class I Follis, Attributed to Nicephorus III (Sear-1889, DOC I.1-64)15 viewsObv: Facing bust of Christ Pantokrator
Rev: Latin cross with central X and globus and two pellets at the end of each extremity; crescents to upper left and right, floral scroll below
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Byzantine Empire: Ć Anonymous Class I Follis, Attributed to Nicephorus III (Sear-1889, DOC I.1-64)14 viewsObv: Facing bust of Christ Pantokrator
Rev: Latin cross with central X and globus and two pellets at the end of each extremity; crescents to upper left and right, floral scroll below
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Byzantine Empire: Ć Anonymous Class J Follis, Attributed to Alexius I Comnenus (Sear-1900; DOC J.1)30 viewsObv: Bust of Christ Pantocrator facing, bearded, with cross behind head, wearing tunic and himation; right hand raised in blessing in sling of cloak, left clasps book to breast. In upper angles of cross, two crescents. In field, IC - XC.
Rev: Latin cross with large pellets at each extremity. Beneath the cross, large crescent. To left and right, above and below, large pellets surrounded by small pellets.
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Byzantine Empire: Ć Anonymous Class J Follis, Attributed to Alexius I Comnenus (Sear-1900; DOC J.1)26 viewsObv: Bust of Christ Pantocrator facing, bearded, with cross behind head having on each arm, wearing tunic and himation; right hand raised in blessing in sling of cloak, left clasps book to breast. In upper angles of cross, two crescents. In field, IC - XC.
Rev: Latin cross with large pellets at each extremity. Beneath the cross, large crescent. To left and right, above and below, large pellets surrounded by small pellets.
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Byzantine Empire: Ć Anonymous Class K Follis, Attributed to Alexius I Comnenus (Sear 1901; DOC K.1)8 viewsObv: Bust of Christ facing, wearing nimbus cruciger, pallium and colobium, and raising right hand in benediction; in left hand, book of Gospels; to left, IC; to right, XC. Border of large pellets
Rev: Three-quarter length figure of the Virgin orans facing, nimbate, wearing pallium and maphorium; to left of nimbus, M; to right, Θ
Dim: 27 mm, 5.42 g
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Byzantine Empire: Ć Anonymous Class K Follis, Attributed to Alexius I Comnenus (Sear 1901; DOC K.1)8 viewsObv: Bust of Christ facing, wearing nimbus cruciger, pallium and colobium, and raising right hand in benediction; in left hand, book of Gospels; to left, IC; to right, XC. Border of large pellets
Rev: Three-quarter length figure of the Virgin orans facing, nimbate, wearing pallium and maphorium; to left of nimbus, M; to right, Θ
Dim: 23 mm, 5.24 g
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Byzantine Empire: Ć Anonymous Class K Follis, Attributed to Alexius I Comnenus (Sear 1901; DOC K.1)12 viewsObv: Bust of Christ facing, wearing nimbus cruciger, pallium and colobium, and raising right hand in benediction; in left hand, book of Gospels; to left, IC; to right, XC. Border of large pellets; Mardin Hoard Countermark #10 (عدل‎) and #17 (لله)
Rev: Three-quarter length figure of the Virgin orans facing, nimbate, wearing pallium and maphorium; to left of nimbus, M; to right, Θ
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Byzantine Empire: Ć Anonymous Class K Follis, Attributed to Alexius I Comnenus (Sear-1901; DOC K.1)60 viewsObv: Bust of Christ facing, wearing nimbus cruciger, pallium and colobium, and raising right hand in benediction; in left hand, book of Gospels; to left, IC; to right, XC. Border of large pellets.
Rev: Three-quarter length figure of the Virgin orans facing. She is nimbate and wears pallium and maphorium; to left of nimbus, M; to right, Θ.
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Byzantine Empire: Ć Anonymous Class K Follis, Attributed to Alexius I Comnenus (Sear-1901; DOC K.1)20 viewsObv: Bust of Christ facing, wearing nimbus cruciger, pallium and colobium, and raising right hand in benediction; in left hand, book of Gospels; to left, IC; to right, XC. Border of large pellets.
Rev: Three-quarter length figure of the Virgin orans facing. She is nimbate and wears pallium and maphorium; to left of nimbus, M; to right, Θ.
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Byzantine Follis Romanus III or Michael IV, 12 November 1028 - 10 December 1041 A.D. Class B12 viewsBronze anonymous follis, class B; SBCV 1823, VF,Constantinople mint, obverse EMMANOVHL, facing bust of Christ, wearing nimbus cruciger, pallium and colobium, holding gospels with both hands, to left IC, to right XC; reverse cross on three steps with pellet at each extremity, in fields IS - XS / BAS-ILE / BAS-ILE (Jesus Christ, King of Kings). 86177

Class B are often over-struck on class A2.
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Byzantine Imitation: Anonymous (ca 11th Century) Ć Follis, Unknown Mint (DOC III Bb; Zervos 9-10)23 viewsObv: IC to left, XC with pellet above to right; Bust of Christ facing, with cross nimbus having quincunx (⁙) in each arm and pellet in each upper quarter, wearing tunic and himation; right hand raised in blessing in sling of cloak, left hand holds book, with ⁙ on cover, from beneath.
Rev: IS-XI IAZ-IIЄ IAZ-IIЄ to left and right above and below of cross; cross on base and two steps, pellet at each end of upper arms
Dim: 25mm, 6.78g
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Byzantine Lead Seal, #24,177 viewsByzantine Lead Seal, #24,
"That's an anonymous seal depicting two warrior saints. Obv. shows Saint George [O GE]-WPGIO' (The accent is an abbreviation mark, peculiarly only for the letter 'C'!). The rev. shows Demetrios [O D]H/[M]H - TPIOC (can't see these last letters clearly from the photo though). He is holding a spear in r. hand and his l. on hilt of sword set on the ground. I'd date this one 12th century." by Gert thank you Gert.
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Byzantine Lead Seal: Anonymous Iconographic Seal (ca. 10-12th Century)196 viewsObv: Bust of St. John Prodromos with cross nimbus
Rev: In a wreath, a cross with curved arms and serifs
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Byzantine, Anonymous (Magn.) AE Tetarteron – SBCV-2154 DOC IV 6 Type D 141 viewsOBV Cross radiate, with lunate ornaments, decorated with pellets , at ends.

REV Half length figure of Virgin, nimbate, orans wearing tunic.

Size 20mm

Weight 2.61gm

DOC lists 4 examples. weight vary 1.32gm to 2.52gm and 19 to 22mm
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BYZANTINE, ANONYMOUS FOLLIS27 viewsANONYMOUS COINAGE-OBV-Ć Follis, Class B, Obv. ΕΜΜΑΝΟΥΗΛ Bust of Christ facing. IC/XC in field. Rev. IhSuS / bASILEu / bASILE about cross on three steps. Struck over class A2 follis. 7.3gm, 28mm. BCV 1823.jessvc1
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BYZANTINE, Anonymous Follis Class A156 viewsFranz-Josef M
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BYZANTINE, Anonymous follis of Christ, class I, Nicephorus III, 24 March 1078 - 4 April 1081 A.D.44 viewsCrusades
Bronze anonymous follis, Anonymous follis of Christ, class I; S 1889, VF, 5.871g, 27.1mm, 180o, Constantinople mint, obverse Christ bust facing, wearing nimbus cruciger, pallium and colobium, raising right hand in benediction, gospels in left; reverse Latin cross with X at center, globule and two pellets at each extremity, floral ornaments in lower fields, crescents in upper fields;

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Byzantine, Anonymous Follis, SB 1813, AE-Follis, Class A2/F39type, (Constantine VIII. (976-1025 A.D.)), 405 viewsAnonymous Follis, SB 1813, AE-Follis, Class A2/F39type, (Constantine VIII. (976-1025 A.D.)), #1
Class A2, attributed to joint reign of Basil II and Constantine VIII.
averse: +ЄMMA NOVHΛ, IC-XC, Bust of Christ facing, wearing nimbus cross with various ornaments in each limb.. pallium and colobium, and holding books of Gospels.
reverse: +IhSyS / XRISTUS/ bASILEy/bASILE - in 4 lines, Greek legend, "Jesus Christ, King of Kings".
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 27,5mm, weight: 10,30g, axis: h,
mint: Constantinople though Metclaf states several provincial mints within this group. some with rev legend differences., date: 976-1025 CE, ref:SB 1813, Class A2/F39type,
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Byzantine, Anonymous Follis, SB 1880, AE-Follis, Class H, (Michael VII. ( First Crusade ?) (1081-1092 A.D.)), Constantinopolis, 153 viewsAnonymous Follis, SB 1880, AE-Follis, Class H, (Michael VII. ( First Crusade ?) (1081-1092 A.D.)), Constantinopolis,
averse: Bust of Christ facing, wearing nimbus cross with various ornaments in each limb.. pallium and colobium, and rising right hand in benediction, in left hand, to scroll, to left IC to right XC, border of dots.
reverse: Patriarchal cross, with globulae and two pelletsat each extremity, in lower field on either side, floral ornament.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 23-24,5mm, weight: 5,49g, axis: 5h,
mint: Constantinopolis, date: 1081-1092 A.D., ref:SB 1880, p-379,
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Byzantine, Anonymous Follis, SB 1901, AE-Follis, Class K, MP/QV//--, (Alexius I. (1081-1118 A.D.), Constantinopolis, Mary, three-quarter length figure, #1186 viewsAnonymous Follis, SB 1901, AE-Follis, Class K, MP/QV//--, (Alexius I. (1081-1118 A.D.), Constantinopolis, Mary, three-quarter length figure, #1
averse: Bust of Christ facing, wearing nimbus cross with various ornaments in each limb.. pallium and colobium, and rising right hand in benediction, in left hand, to scroll, to left IC to right XC, border of large pellets.
reverse: MP-QV to left and right of Mary, three-quarter length figure, nimbate, hands raised, all inside border of large pellets.
exergue: MP/QV//--, diameter: 20,5-22,5mm, weight: 4,09g, axis: 6h,
mint: Constantinopolis, date: 1068-1071 A.D., ref:SB 1901,
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Byzantine, Anonymous Follis, SB ????, AE-Follis, Class A2 (?), (Ancient (Barbar) Imitation), 188 viewsAnonymous Follis, SB ????, AE-Follis, Class A2 (?), (Ancient (Barbar) Imitation),
(Class A2, attributed to joint reign of Basil II and Constantine VIII.)
averse: +ЄMMΔ VOHΛI instead of +ЄMMA NOVHΛ, IC-XC, Bust of Christ facing, wearing nimbus cross with various ornaments in each limb.. pallium and colobium, and holding books of Gospels.
reverse: +IhSyS / XRISTUS/ bASILEy/bASILE - in 4 lines, Greek legend, "Jesus Christ, King of Kings", all S are "revers" !!!
exe: -/-//--, diameter: 24,5-26,6mm, weight: 9,04g, axis: 6h,
mint: Ancient (Barbar) Imitation., date: ??? A.D., ref: SB ???,
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BYZANTINE, Anonymous Half-Siliqua, Struck at Constantinople (c.530AD), Bendall Type 8c161 viewsObverse: Helmeted and draped bust of Constantinople facing right.
Reverse: Large K in a pearl border.

S. Bendall made an attempt at the classification and chronology of these types. He accepted the general conclusion that the oldest issues, of very fine style, were struck during the inauguration of the new capital of the empire on May 11th, A.D.330. Bendall, having analyzed the changes in style, suggested that some issues were struck on the anniversaries of the founding of Constantinople in A.D.430 and A.D.530, and that other variants might have been issued during the reign of Justinian I to celebrate the reconquest of Italy.

Atelier : Constantinople (Istanbul en Turquie) - Ref : Bendall Type 8c - Sommer 7.109 (Maurice), Tolstoď 28, 612 - Rare
0,80 g / 13-15 mm - Etat presque Extremely Fine
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BYZANTINE, Basil II & Constantine VII (976-1025). Ć Anonymous Class A2 Follis, (Sear-1813, Sommer-40.2.7)309 viewsObv: + EMMA NOVHΛ IC - XC.
Bust of Christ facing, holding book of gospels, with nimbus. Cross on book of gospels; cross in each arm of gospel.

Rev: + IhSYS/ XRISTYS/ bASILEY/ bASILE.
Legend in four lines.

Attributed to Basil II & Constantine VII (976-1025).

Classified as Class A2-32 using Ornamentation Classification Table.
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BYZANTINE, Basil II 976-1026 Class A2 Anonymous Follis333 viewsObv: Bust of Christ
Rev: +IhSUS / XRISTUS / bASILEU / bASILE, Ornament Above and Below
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BYZANTINE, Bulgaria, Anonymous Trachy, 1395-1420200 viewsObv: Patriarchal Cross Surrounded by Stars
Rev: Standing Czar
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Byzantine, Christ, Anonymous Folles. temp. Basil II & Constantine VIII, circa 976-1025. 481 viewsĆ Follis (28mm, 12.04 g, 6h). Class A2. Constantinople mint. Nimbate half-length bust of Christ facing, holding Gospels / [+] IhSЧ[S]/[X]PISTЧS/[Ь]ASILЄЧ/ЬASILЄ in four lines ( Jesus Christ King of Kings ); rectangular ornament below. DOC A2.47; SB 1813. VF, dark green patina with earthen highlights/deposits, a few cleaning scratches. EX ; The Prue Morgan Fitts Collection.

EX The Sam Mansourati Collection.

*A fine masterpiece of one of the very early portraits of Christ according to Saint Veronica 's Veil.
**The emperor's name and portrait are not part of the design on the Byzantine types referred to as anonymous folles. Instead of the earthly king, these coins depict Jesus Christ, King of Kings.

Given as a Christmas Present to Dear friend , brother and great dentist , Dr. Manuel M. Cunanan .
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BYZANTINE, Constantine VIII, Anonymous Follis Class A3, 1025-1028 AD27 viewsConstantine VIII, AE Class 2 anonymous follis. 1025-1028 AD. IC-XC to left and right of bust of Christ, facing, with nimbate cross behind head, holding book of gospels, dotted square in each limb of the cross / IhSUS XRISTUS bASILEU bASILE in four lines. SB 1813.Franz-Josef M
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BYZANTINE, Nicephoros III, Anonymous Follis Class I22 viewsNicephorus III, Class I anonymous follis. 1078-1081 AD.
Avers: IC-XC to left and right of bust of Christ, nimbate, facing, right hand raised, book of gospels in left
Revers: Latin cross with X at centre, globe and two dots at the ends of each arm, crescent at top left and right, floral ornaments at lower left and right.
SB 1889.
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BYZANTINE, Nicephorus III, Anonymous follis Class I30 viewsNicephorus III, Class I anonymous follis. 1078-1081 AD. diameter 23.00mm, weight: 5.25g
Avers: IC-XC to left and right of bust of Christ, nimbate, facing, right hand raised, book of gospels in left
Revers: Latin cross with X at centre, globe and two dots at the ends of each arm, crescent at top left and right, floral ornaments at lower left and right.
SB 1889.
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BYZANTINE, Nicephorus III, A.D.1078 - 1081114 viewsAnonymous AE Follis attributed to Nicephorus III, A.D.1078 - 1081.
Sear: 1889
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BYZANTINE, Romanus III, Anonymous Follis18 viewsRomanus III, 12 November 1028 - 11 April 1034 A.D.
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CÁC II. 18.01.1.1./a4.03./036., Anonymous I. (István II., (Stephen II.) King of Hungary, (1116-1131 A.D.) ?), AR-Denarius, H-076, CNH I.-065, U-042, #0172 viewsCÁC II. 18.01.1.1./a4.03./036., Anonymous I. (István II., (Stephen II.) King of Hungary, (1116-1131 A.D.) ?), AR-Denarius, H-076, CNH I.-065, U-042, #01
avers: Cross with three wedges at each angle, dots, and crosses in the angles; border of dots.
reverse: Lines in place of the legend; cross in a circle with dots in the angles; border of line.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 11,2 mm, weight: 0,32 g, axis: 0h,
mint: Esztergom , date: A.D., ref: Huszár-076, CNH I.-065, Unger-042,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.01.1.1./a4.03./036.,
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CÁC II. 18.01.1.1./b3.02./062., Anonymous I. (István II., (Stephen II.) King of Hungary, (1116-1131 A.D.) ?), AR-Denarius, H-076, CNH I.-065, U-042, #0185 viewsCÁC II. 18.01.1.1./b3.02./062., Anonymous I. (István II., (Stephen II.) King of Hungary, (1116-1131 A.D.) ?), AR-Denarius, H-076, CNH I.-065, U-042, #01
avers: Cross with three wedges at each angle, dots, and crosses in the angles; border of dots.
reverse: Lines in place of the legend; cross in a circle with dots in the angles; border of line.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 10,7-11,0 mm, weight: 0,34 g, axis: 11h,
mint: Esztergom , date: A.D., ref: Huszár-076, CNH I.-065, Unger-042,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.01.1.1./b3.02./062.,
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18_01_1_1_-c1_01_-064_,_Anonymous_I__(István_II_,_(1116-1131_A_D_)),_AR-Denarius,_H-076,_CNH_I_-065,_U-042,_Q-001,_0h,_11m,_0,34g-s.jpg
CÁC II. 18.01.1.1./c1.01./064., Anonymous I. (István II., (Stephen II.) King of Hungary, (1116-1131 A.D.) ?), AR-Denarius, H-076, CNH I.-065, U-042, #0185 viewsCÁC II. 18.01.1.1./c1.01./064., Anonymous I. (István II., (Stephen II.) King of Hungary, (1116-1131 A.D.) ?), AR-Denarius, H-076, CNH I.-065, U-042, #01
avers: Cross with three wedges at each angle, dots, and crosses in the angles; border of dots.
reverse: Lines in place of the legend; cross in a circle with dots in the angles; border of line.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 11,0 mm, weight: 0,34 g, axis: 0h,
mint: Esztergom , date: A.D., ref: Huszár-076, CNH I.-065, Unger-042,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.01.1.1./c1.01./064.,
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Istvan-II_(1116-1131_AD)_U-042_C1-065_H-076_Q-002_5h_11,2mm_0,39g-s.jpg
CÁC II. 18.01.1.1./h2.04./116., Anonymous I. (István II., (Stephen II.) King of Hungary, (1116-1131 A.D.) ?), AR-Denarius, H-076, CNH I.-065, U-042, #01121 viewsCÁC II. 18.01.1.1./h2.04./116., Anonymous I. (István II., (Stephen II.) King of Hungary, (1116-1131 A.D.) ?), AR-Denarius, H-076, CNH I.-065, U-042, #01
avers: Cross with three wedges at each angle, dots, and crosses in the angles; border of dots.
reverse: Lines in place of the legend; cross in a circle with dots in the angles; border of line.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 11,2 mm, weight: 0,39 g, axis: 5h,
mint: Esztergom , date: A.D., ref: Huszár-076, CNH I.-065, Unger-042,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.01.1.1./h2.04./116.,
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Geza-II_U-59_C1-67_H-80_Q-001_10mm_0,23ga-s.jpg
CÁC II. 18.02.1.1./a4.03./33., Anonymous I. (Géza II., King of Hungary, (1141-1162 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-080, CNH I.-067, U--, #0170 viewsCÁC II. 18.02.1.1./a4.03./33., Anonymous I. (Géza II., King of Hungary, (1141-1162 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-080, CNH I.-067, U--, #01
avers: S and retrograde S on either side of a T-figure.
reverse: Lines and crescents instead of a legend, cross with points.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 10,0 mm, weight: 0,23 g, axis: h,
mint: Esztergom, date: A.D., ref: Huszár-080, CNH I.-067, Unger--,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.02.1.1./a4.03./33.,
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Geza-II_U-59_C1-67_H-80_Q-003_10mm_0,17ga-s.jpg
CÁC II. 18.02.1.2./a1b1.01./after 04 before 05., (New Sigla!), Anonymous I. (Géza II., King of Hungary, (1141-1162 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H--, CNH I.--, U-059, #0166 viewsCÁC II. 18.02.1.2./a1b1.01./after 04 before 05., (New Sigla!), Anonymous I. (Géza II., King of Hungary, (1141-1162 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H--, CNH I.--, U-059, #01
avers: S and retrograde S on either side of a T-figure.
reverse: Lines and crescents instead of a legend, cross with points.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 10,0 mm, weight: 0,17 g, axis: h,
mint: Esztergom, date: A.D., ref: Huszár--, CNH I.--, Unger-059,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.02.1.2./a1b1.01./after 04 before 05., New type of Sigla, not recorded!
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Geza-II_U-59_C1-67_H-80_Q-002_10mm_0,18ga-s.jpg
CÁC II. 18.02.1.2./a2.10./14., Anonymous I. (Géza II., King of Hungary, (1141-1162 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H--, CNH I.--, U-059, #0191 viewsCÁC II. 18.02.1.2./a2.10./14., Anonymous I. (Géza II., King of Hungary, (1141-1162 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H--, CNH I.--, U-059, #01
avers: S and retrograde S on either side of a T-figure.
reverse: Lines and crescents instead of a legend, cross with points.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 10,0 mm, weight: 0,18 g, axis: h,
mint: Esztergom, date: A.D., ref: Huszár--, CNH I.--, Unger-059,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.02.1.2./a2.10./14.,
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II_Geza_(1141-1162_AD)_U-59_C1-67_H-80_Q-006_h_mm_g-s.jpg
CÁC II. 18.02.1.2./a4.01./21., Anonymous I. (Géza II., King of Hungary, (1141-1162 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H--, CNH I.--, U-059, #0170 viewsCÁC II. 18.02.1.2./a4.01./21., Anonymous I. (Géza II., King of Hungary, (1141-1162 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H--, CNH I.--, U-059, #01
avers: S and retrograde S on either side of a T-figure.
reverse: Lines and crescents instead of a legend, cross with points.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: mm, weight: g, axis: h,
mint: Esztergom, date: A.D., ref: Huszár--, CNH I.--, Unger-059,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.02.1.2./a4.01./21.,
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II_Geza_(1141-1162_AD)_U-59_C1-67_H-80_Q-005_10h_10mm_0,15ga-s.jpg
CÁC II. 18.02.1.2./a4.03./23., Anonymous I. (Géza II., King of Hungary, (1141-1162 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H--, CNH I.--, U-059, #0166 viewsCÁC II. 18.02.1.2./a4.03./23., Anonymous I. (Géza II., King of Hungary, (1141-1162 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H--, CNH I.--, U-059, #01
avers: S and retrograde S on either side of a T-figure.
reverse: Lines and crescents instead of a legend, cross with points.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 10,0 mm, weight: 0,15 g, axis: 10h,
mint: Esztergom, date: A.D., ref: Huszár--, CNH I.--, Unger-059,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.02.1.2./a4.03./23.,
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18_03_1_1_-a1_06_-07_,_Anonymous_I__(Béla_II_,_(1131-1141_A_D_)),_AR-Den_,_H-082,_CNH_I_-069,_U-051,_Q-001,_3h,_10,2mm,_0,20g-s.jpg
CÁC II. 18.03.1.1./a1.06./07., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-082, CNH I.-069, U-051, #0165 viewsCÁC II. 18.03.1.1./a1.06./07., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-082, CNH I.-069, U-051, #01
avers: Central point with small crosses above and below, vertical columns to the left and right, horizontal lines outside the columns, crescents at ends of the columns and the lines, crosses in the fields formed by the columns and lines, points at top and bottom.
reverse: Lines and crescents instead of a legend, cross with points.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 10,2mm, weight: 0,20g, axis: 3h,
mint: Esztergom, date: A.D., ref: Huszár-082, CNH I.-069, Unger-051,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.03.1.1./a1.06./07.,
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1 commentsquadrans
Bela-II_(1131-1141_AD)_U-051_C1-069_H-082_Q-002_1h_10,8mm_0,20g-s.jpg
CÁC II. 18.03.1.1./a2.08./22., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-082, CNH I.-069, U-051, #0170 viewsCÁC II. 18.03.1.1./a2.08./22., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-082, CNH I.-069, U-051, #01
avers: Central point with small crosses above and below, vertical columns to the left and right, horizontal lines outside the columns, crescents at ends of the columns and the lines, crosses in the fields formed by the columns and lines, points at top and bottom.
reverse: Lines and crescents instead of a legend, cross with points.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 10,8mm, weight: 0,20g, axis: 1h,
mint: Esztergom, date: A.D., ref: Huszár-082, CNH I.-069, Unger-051,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.03.1.1./a2.08./22.,
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Bela-II_(1131-1141_AD)_U-051_C1-069_H-082_Q-003_11h_11mm_0,32g-s.jpg
CÁC II. 18.03.1.1./a4.05./48., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-082, CNH I.-069, U-051, #0175 viewsCÁC II. 18.03.1.1./a4.05./48., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-082, CNH I.-069, U-051, #01
avers: Central point with small crosses above and below, vertical columns to the left and right, horizontal lines outside the columns, crescents at ends of the columns and the lines, crosses in the fields formed by the columns and lines, points at top and bottom.
reverse: Lines and crescents instead of a legend, cross with points.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 11,0mm, weight: 0,32g, axis: 11h,
mint: Esztergom, date: A.D., ref: Huszár-082, CNH I.-069, Unger-051,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.03.1.1./a4.05./48.,
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18_03_1_1_-c2_02_-65_,_Anonymous_I__(Béla_II_,_(1131-1141_A_D_)),_AR-Den_,_H-082,_CNH_I_-069,_U-051,_Q-001,_6h,_10,5mm,_0,21g-s.jpg
CÁC II. 18.03.1.1./c2.02./65., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-082, CNH I.-069, U-051, #0161 viewsCÁC II. 18.03.1.1./c2.02./65., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-082, CNH I.-069, U-051, #01
avers: Central point with small crosses above and below, vertical columns to the left and right, horizontal lines outside the columns, crescents at ends of the columns and the lines, crosses in the fields formed by the columns and lines, points at top and bottom.
reverse: Lines and crescents instead of a legend, cross with points.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 10,5mm, weight: 0,21, axis: 6h,
mint: Esztergom, date: A.D., ref: Huszár-082, CNH I.-069, Unger-051,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.03.1.1./c2.02./65.,
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1 commentsquadrans
18_03_1_1_-c2_06_-69_,_Anonymous_I__(Béla_II_,_(1131-1141_A_D_)),_AR-Den_,_H-082,_CNH_I_-069,_U-051,_Q-001,_0h,_10,3-10,6mm,_0,22g-s.jpg
CÁC II. 18.03.1.1./c2.06./69., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-082, CNH I.-069, U-051, #0161 viewsCÁC II. 18.03.1.1./c2.06./69., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-082, CNH I.-069, U-051, #01
avers: Central point with small crosses above and below, vertical columns to the left and right, horizontal lines outside the columns, crescents at ends of the columns and the lines, crosses in the fields formed by the columns and lines, points at top and bottom.
reverse: Lines and crescents instead of a legend, cross with points.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 10,3-10,6mm, weight: 0,22, axis: 0h,
mint: Esztergom, date: A.D., ref: Huszár-082, CNH I.-069, Unger-051,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.03.1.1./c2.06./69.,
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18_03_1_1_-c2_07_-70_,_Anonymous_I__(Béla_II_,_(1131-1141_A_D_)),_AR-Den_,_H-082,_CNH_I_-069,_U-051,_Q-001,_3h,_10,2-10,5mm,_0,20g-s.jpg
CÁC II. 18.03.1.1./c2.07./70., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-082, CNH I.-069, U-051, #0162 viewsCÁC II. 18.03.1.1./c2.07./70., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-082, CNH I.-069, U-051, #01
avers: Central point with small crosses above and below, vertical columns to the left and right, horizontal lines outside the columns, crescents at ends of the columns and the lines, crosses in the fields formed by the columns and lines, points at top and bottom.
reverse: Lines and crescents instead of a legend, cross with points.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 10,2-10,5mm, weight: 0,20g, axis: 3h,
mint: Esztergom, date: A.D., ref: Huszár-082, CNH I.-069, Unger-051,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.03.1.1./c2.07./70.,
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1 commentsquadrans
Bela-II_U-051_C1-069_H-082_Q-001_5h_10,4mm_0,29g-s.jpg
CÁC II. 18.03.1.1./h1.01./75., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-082, CNH I.-069, U-051, #0196 viewsCÁC II. 18.03.1.1./h1.01./75., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-082, CNH I.-069, U-051, #01
avers: Central point with small crosses above and below, vertical columns to the left and right, horizontal lines outside the columns, crescents at ends of the columns and the lines, crosses in the fields formed by the columns and lines, points at top and bottom.
reverse: Lines and crescents instead of a legend, cross with points.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 10,4mm, weight: 0,29g, axis: 5h,
mint: Esztergom, date: A.D., ref: Huszár-082, CNH I.-069, Unger-051,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.03.1.1./h1.01./75.,
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18_03_1_1_-h1_01_-75_,_Anonymous_I__(Béla_II_,_(1131-1141_A_D_)),_AR-Den_,_H-082,_CNH_I_-069,_U-051,_Q-001,_5h,_10,4mm,_0,29gz-s.jpg
CÁC II. 18.03.1.1./h1.01./75., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-082, CNH I.-069, U-051, #0179 viewsCÁC II. 18.03.1.1./h1.01./75., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-082, CNH I.-069, U-051, #01
avers: Central point with small crosses above and below, vertical columns to the left and right, horizontal lines outside the columns, crescents at ends of the columns and the lines, crosses in the fields formed by the columns and lines, points at top and bottom.
reverse: Lines and crescents instead of a legend, cross with points.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 10,4mm, weight: 0,29g, axis: 5h,
mint: Esztergom, date: A.D., ref: Huszár-082, CNH I.-069, Unger-051,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.03.1.1./h1.01./75.,
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18_03_1_1_-h1_01_-75_,_Anonymous_I__(Béla_II_,_(1131-1141_A_D_)),_AR-Den_,_H-082,_CNH_I_-069,_U-051,_Q-002,_6h,_10,6mm,_0,30g-s.jpg
CÁC II. 18.03.1.1./h1.01./75., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-082, CNH I.-069, U-051, #0263 viewsCÁC II. 18.03.1.1./h1.01./75., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-082, CNH I.-069, U-051, #02
avers: Central point with small crosses above and below, vertical columns to the left and right, horizontal lines outside the columns, crescents at ends of the columns and the lines, crosses in the fields formed by the columns and lines, points at top and bottom.
reverse: Lines and crescents instead of a legend, cross with points.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 10,6mm, weight: 0,30g, axis: 6h,
mint: Esztergom, date: A.D., ref: Huszár-082, CNH I.-069, Unger-051,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.03.1.1./h1.01./75.,
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Bela-II_(1131-1141_AD)_U-051a_C1-069_H-082_Q-001_0h_10,6mm_0,31g-s.jpg
CÁC II. 18.03.1.3./c2.01./09., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-082, CNH I.-069, U-051, #0181 viewsCÁC II. 18.03.1.3./c2.01./09., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-082, CNH I.-069, U-051, #01
avers: Central point with small crosses above and below, vertical columns to the left and right, horizontal lines outside the columns, crescents at ends of the columns and the lines, crosses in the fields formed by the columns and lines, points at top and bottom.
reverse: Lines and crescents instead of a legend, cross with points.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 10,6mm, weight: 0,31g, axis: 0h,
mint: Esztergom, date: A.D., ref: Huszár-082, CNH I.-069, Unger-051,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.03.1.3./c2.01./09.,
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Istvan-II_(1116-1131_AD)_U-039_C1-071_H-084_Q-001_2h_12,2mm_0,28g-s.jpg
CÁC II. 18.04.1.1./a4.03./26., Anonymous I. (István II., (Stephen II.) King of Hungary, (1116-1131 A.D.) ?), AR-Denarius, H-084, CNH I.-071, U-039, #0189 viewsCÁC II. 18.04.1.1./a4.03./26., Anonymous I. (István II., (Stephen II.) King of Hungary, (1116-1131 A.D.) ?), AR-Denarius, H-084, CNH I.-071, U-039, #01
avers: Cross in quadrilobe with dots in the angles, crosses between the crescents; border of dots.
reverse: Lines in place of the legend; cross in circle with wedges in the angles; border of line.
exergue:-/-//--, diameter: 12,2 mm, weight: 0,28 g, axis: 2h,
mint: Esztergom, date: A.D., ref: Huszár-084, CNH I.-071, Unger-039,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.04.1.1./a4.03./26.,
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18_04_1_1_-b3_01_-40_,_Anonymous_I__(István_II_,_(1116-1131_A_D_)),_AR-Denarius,_H-084,_CNH_I_-071,_U-039,_Q-001,_3h,_11,5mm,_0,27gx-s.jpg
CÁC II. 18.04.1.1./b3.01./40., Anonymous I. (István II., (Stephen II.) King of Hungary, (1116-1131 A.D.) ?), AR-Denarius, H-084, CNH I.-071, U-039, #0163 viewsCÁC II. 18.04.1.1./b3.01./40., Anonymous I. (István II., (Stephen II.) King of Hungary, (1116-1131 A.D.) ?), AR-Denarius, H-084, CNH I.-071, U-039, #01
avers: Cross in quadrilobe with dots in the angles, crosses between the crescents; border of dots.
reverse: Lines in place of the legend, cross in a circle with wedges in the angles; border of line.
exergue:-/-//--, diameter: 11,5 mm, weight: 0,27 g, axis: 3h,
mint: Esztergom, date: A.D., ref: Huszár-084, CNH I.-071, Unger-039,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.04.1.1./b3.01./40.,
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1 commentsquadrans
II_Bela_U-048_C1-074_H-089_Q-004_mm_g-s.jpg
CÁC II. 18.05.1.1./a2.13./17., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-089, CNH I.-074, U-048, #0168 viewsCÁC II. 18.05.1.1./a2.13./17., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-089, CNH I.-074, U-048, #01
avers: Cross in frame of four crescents and crosses, dots in the angles; border of dots.
reverse: Lines in place of the legend; cross in circle with wedges in the angles; border of line.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: mm, weight: g, axis: - h,
mint: Esztergom, date: A.D., ref: Huszár-089, CNH I.-074, Unger-048, Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.05.1.1./a2.13./17.,
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II_Bela_U-048_C1-074_H-089_Q-001_10mm_0,14ga-s.jpg
CÁC II. 18.05.1.1./a4.04./32., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-089, CNH I.-074, U-048, #0188 viewsCÁC II. 18.05.1.1./a4.04./32., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-089, CNH I.-074, U-048, #01
avers: Cross in a frame of four crescents and crosses, dots in the angles; border of dots.
reverse: Lines in place of the legend; cross in a circle with wedges in the angles; border of line.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 10mm, weight: 0,14g, axis: - h,
mint: Esztergom, date: A.D., ref: Huszár-089, CNH I.-074, Unger-048,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.05.1.1./a4.04./32.,
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II_Bela_U-048_C1-074_H-089_Q-003_mm_g-s.jpg
CÁC II. 18.05.1.1./c2.06./54., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-089, CNH I.-074, U-048, #0165 viewsCÁC II. 18.05.1.1./c2.06./54., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-089, CNH I.-074, U-048, #01
avers: Cross in the frame of four crescents and crosses, dots in the angles; border of dots.
reverse: Lines in place of the legend; cross in a circle with wedges in the angles; border of line.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: mm, weight: g, axis: - h,
mint: Esztergom, date: A.D., ref: Huszár-089, CNH I.-074, Unger-048,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.05.1.1./c2.06./54.,
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II_Bela_U-048_C1-074_H-089_Q-002_11mm_0,17ga-s.jpg
CÁC II. 18.05.1.1./c2.07./55., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-089, CNH I.-074, U-048, #0184 viewsCÁC II. 18.05.1.1./c2.07./55., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-089, CNH I.-074, U-048, #01
avers: Cross in the frame of four crescents and crosses, dots in the angles; border of dots.
reverse: Lines in place of the legend; cross in a circle with wedges in the angles; border of line.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 11,0mm, weight: 0,17g, axis: - h,
mint: Esztergom, date: A.D., ref: Huszár-089, CNH I.-074, Unger-048,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.05.1.1./c2.07./55.,
Q-001
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CÁC II. 18.06.1.1./a1.04./05., Anonymous I. (István II., (Stephen II.) King of Hungary, (1116-1131 A.D.) ?), AR-Denarius, H-091, CNH I.-075, U-040, #0167 viewsCÁC II. 18.06.1.1./a1.04./05., Anonymous I. (István II., (Stephen II.) King of Hungary, (1116-1131 A.D.) ?), AR-Denarius, H-091, CNH I.-075, U-040, #01
avers: Three crescents of dots containing crosses, dot in the centre; border of dots.
reverse: Lines in place of the legend; cross in circle with lines in the angles; border of line.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 11,5 mm, weight: 0,26 g, axis: - h,
mint: Esztergom , date: A.D., ref: Huszár-091, CNH I.-075, Unger-040,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.06.1.1./a1.04./05.,
Q-001
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CÁC II. 18.06.1.1./a3.02./11., Anonymous I. (István II., (Stephen II.) King of Hungary, (1116-1131 A.D.) ?), AR-Denarius, H-091, CNH I.-075, U-040, #0162 viewsCÁC II. 18.06.1.1./a3.02./11., Anonymous I. (István II., (Stephen II.) King of Hungary, (1116-1131 A.D.) ?), AR-Denarius, H-091, CNH I.-075, U-040, #01
avers: Three crescents of dots containing crosses, dot in the center; border of dots.
reverse: Lines in place of the legend; cross in a circle with lines in the angles; border of line.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 11,0mm, weight: 0,31g, axis: -h,
mint: Esztergom , date: A.D., ref: Huszár-091, CNH I.-075, Unger-040,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.06.1.1./a3.02./11.,
Q-001
The reverse is overstruck the earlier used avers version.
1 commentsquadrans
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CÁC II. 18.06.1.1./a3.06./15., Anonymous I. (István II., (Stephen II.) King of Hungary, (1116-1131 A.D.) ?), AR-Denarius, H-091, CNH I.-075, U-040, #0169 viewsCÁC II. 18.06.1.1./a3.06./15., Anonymous I. (István II., (Stephen II.) King of Hungary, (1116-1131 A.D.) ?), AR-Denarius, H-091, CNH I.-075, U-040, #01
avers: Three crescents of dots containing crosses, dot in the center; border of dots.
reverse: Lines in place of the legend; cross in a circle with lines in the angles; border of line.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 11,2mm, weight: 0,30g, axis: -h,
mint: Esztergom , date: A.D., ref: Huszár-091, CNH I.-075, Unger-040,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.06.1.1./a3.06./15.,
Q-001
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CÁC II. 18.06.1.1./a3.07./16., Anonymous I. (István II., (Stephen II.) King of Hungary, (1116-1131 A.D.) ?), AR-Denarius, H-091, CNH I.-075, U-040, #0195 viewsCÁC II. 18.06.1.1./a3.07./16., Anonymous I. (István II., (Stephen II.) King of Hungary, (1116-1131 A.D.) ?), AR-Denarius, H-091, CNH I.-075, U-040, #01
avers: Three crescents of dots containing crosses, dot in the center; border of dots.
reverse: Lines in place of the legend; cross in a circle with lines in the angles; border of line.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: mm, weight: g, axis: - h,
mint: Esztergom , date: A.D., ref: Huszár-091, CNH I.-075, Unger-040,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.06.1.1./a3.07./16.,
Q-001
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II_Istvan_(1116-1131-AD)_U-040_C1-075_H-091_Q-005_h_mm_g-s.jpg
CÁC II. 18.06.1.1./a3.07./16., Anonymous I. (István II., (Stephen II.) King of Hungary, (1116-1131 A.D.) ?), AR-Denarius, H-091, CNH I.-075, U-040, #02108 viewsCÁC II. 18.06.1.1./a3.07./16., Anonymous I. (István II., (Stephen II.) King of Hungary, (1116-1131 A.D.) ?), AR-Denarius, H-091, CNH I.-075, U-040, #02
avers: Three crescents of dots containing crosses, dot in the center; border of dots.
reverse: Lines in place of the legend; cross in a circle with lines in the angles; border of line.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: mm, weight: g, axis: - h,
mint: Esztergom , date: A.D., ref: Huszár-091, CNH I.-075, Unger-040,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.06.1.1./a3.07./16.,
Q-002
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II_Istvan_(1116-1131-AD)_U-040_C1-075_H-091_Q-006_0h_11,5mm_0,47g-s.jpg
CÁC II. 18.06.1.1./a4.01./17., Anonymous I. (István II., (Stephen II.) King of Hungary, (1116-1131 A.D.) ?), AR-Denarius, H-091, CNH I.-075, U-040, #0172 viewsCÁC II. 18.06.1.1./a4.01./17., Anonymous I. (István II., (Stephen II.) King of Hungary, (1116-1131 A.D.) ?), AR-Denarius, H-091, CNH I.-075, U-040, #01
avers: Three crescents of dots containing crosses, dot in the center; border of dots.
reverse: Lines in place of the legend; cross in a circle with lines in the angles; border of line.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 11,5mm, weight: 0,47g, axis: 0h,
mint: Esztergom , date: A.D., ref: Huszár-091, CNH I.-075, Unger-040,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.06.1.1./a4.01./17.,
Q-001
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II_Istvan_U-040_C1-075_H-091_Q-002_11,5mm_0,26g-s.jpg
CÁC II. 18.06.1.1./a6.01./23., Anonymous I. (István II., (Stephen II.) King of Hungary, (1116-1131 A.D.) ?), AR-Denarius, H-091, CNH I.-075, U-040, #01107 viewsCÁC II. 18.06.1.1./a6.01./23., Anonymous I. (István II., (Stephen II.) King of Hungary, (1116-1131 A.D.) ?), AR-Denarius, H-091, CNH I.-075, U-040, #01
avers: Three crescents of dots containing crosses, dot in the centre; border of dots.
reverse: Lines in place of the legend; cross in circle with lines in the angles; border of line.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 11,5 mm, weight: 0,26 g, axis: - h,
mint: Esztergom , date: A.D., ref: Huszár-091, CNH I.-075, Unger-040,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.06.1.1./a6.01./23.,
Q-001
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II_Istvan_U-040_C1-075_H-091_Q-001_11,5mm_0,37g-s.jpg
CÁC II. 18.06.1.1./b1.04./29., Anonymous I. (István II., (Stephen II.) King of Hungary, (1116-1131 A.D.) ?), AR-Denarius, H-091, CNH I.-075, U-040, #0186 viewsCÁC II. 18.06.1.1./b1.04./29., Anonymous I. (István II., (Stephen II.) King of Hungary, (1116-1131 A.D.) ?), AR-Denarius, H-091, CNH I.-075, U-040, #01
avers: Three crescents of dots containing crosses, dot in the centre; border of dots.
reverse: Lines in place of the legend; cross in a circle with lines in the angles; border of line.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 11,5 mm, weight: 0,37 g, axis: - h,
mint: Esztergom , date: A.D., ref: Huszár-091, CNH I.-075, Unger-040,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.06.1.1./b1.04./29.,
Q-001
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CÁC II. 18.07.1.1./a1.01./02., Anonymous I. (István II., (Stephen II.) King of Hungary, (1116-1131 A.D.) ?), AR-Denarius, H-092, CNH I.-076, U-041, #01205 viewsCÁC II. 18.07.1.1./a1.01./02., Anonymous I. (István II., (Stephen II.) King of Hungary, (1116-1131 A.D.) ?), AR-Denarius, H-092, CNH I.-076, U-041, #01
avers: Cross with dots and crosses within crescents in the angles; border of dots.
reverse: Lines in place of the legend; cross in circle with wedges in the angles; border of line.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 11,2 mm, weight: 0,310 g, axis: 2h,
mint: Esztergom , date: A.D., ref: Huszár-092, CNH I.-076, Unger-041,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.07.1.1./a1.01./02.,
Q-001
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CÁC II. 18.07.1.1./a3.03./17., Anonymous I. (István II., (Stephen II.) King of Hungary, (1116-1131 A.D.) ?), AR-Denarius, H-092, CNH I.-076, U-041, #0172 viewsCÁC II. 18.07.1.1./a3.03./17., Anonymous I. (István II., (Stephen II.) King of Hungary, (1116-1131 A.D.) ?), AR-Denarius, H-092, CNH I.-076, U-041, #01
avers: Cross with dots and crosses within crescents in the angles; border of dots.
reverse: Lines in place of the legend; cross in a circle with wedges in the angles; border of line.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 11,3 mm, weight: 0,30 g, axis: 0h,
mint: Esztergom , date: A.D., ref: Huszár-092, CNH I.-076, Unger-041,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.07.1.1./a3.03./17.,
Q-001
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CÁC II. 18.08.1.1./a2.01./06., Anonymous I. (István II., (Stephen II.) King of Hungary, (1116-1131 A.D.) ?), AR-Denarius, H-094, CNH I.-078, U-038, #0163 viewsCÁC II. 18.08.1.1./a2.01./06., Anonymous I. (István II., (Stephen II.) King of Hungary, (1116-1131 A.D.) ?), AR-Denarius, H-094, CNH I.-078, U-038, #01
avers: Four pellets and four small crosses between the arms of the central cross, two crescents at the ends of each arm of the central cross.
reverse: Lines and crescents in place of the legend; cross in a circle with wedges in the angles; border of line.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 11,3 mm, weight: 0,41 g, axis: 4h,
mint: Esztergom , date: A.D., ref: Huszar-094, CNH I.-078, Unger-038,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.08.1.1./a2.01./06.,
Q-001
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CÁC II. 18.08.1.1./a2c2.01./63., Anonymous I. (István II., (Stephen II.) King of Hungary, (1116-1131 A.D.) ?), AR-Denarius, H-094, CNH I.-078, U-038, #0196 viewsCÁC II. 18.08.1.1./a2c2.01./63., Anonymous I. (István II., (Stephen II.) King of Hungary, (1116-1131 A.D.) ?), AR-Denarius, H-094, CNH I.-078, U-038, #01
avers: Four pellets and four small crosses between the arms of the central cross, two crescents at the ends of each arm of the central cross.
reverse: Lines and crescents in place of the legend; cross in a circle with wedges in the angles; border of line.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 11,5 mm, weight: 0,32 g, axis: - h,
mint: Esztergom , date: A.D., ref: Huszar-094, CNH I.-078, Unger-038,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.08.1.1./a2c2.01./63.,
Q-001
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II_Istvan_U-038_C1-078_H-094_Q-002_12mm_0,30g-s.jpg
CÁC II. 18.08.1.1./c1.10./38., Anonymous I. (István II., (Stephen II.) King of Hungary, (1116-1131 A.D.) ?), AR-Denarius, H-094, CNH I.-078, U-038, #01105 viewsCÁC II. 18.08.1.1./c1.10./38., Anonymous I. (István II., (Stephen II.) King of Hungary, (1116-1131 A.D.) ?), AR-Denarius, H-094, CNH I.-078, U-038, #01
avers: Four pellets and four small crosses between the arms of the central cross, two crescents at the ends of each arm of the central cross.
reverse: Lines and crescents in place of the legend; cross in a circle with wedges in the angles; border of line.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 12,0 mm, weight: 0,30 g, axis: - h,
mint: Esztergom , date: A.D., ref: Huszar-094, CNH I.-078, Unger-038,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.08.1.1./c1.10./38.,
Q-001
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II_Istvan_U-038_C1-078_H-094_Q-003_11,5mm_0,34g-s.jpg
CÁC II. 18.08.1.1./c2.01./39., Anonymous I. (István II., (Stephen II.) King of Hungary, (1116-1131 A.D.) ?), AR-Denarius, H-094, CNH I.-078, U-038, #0189 viewsCÁC II. 18.08.1.1./c2.01./39., Anonymous I. (István II., (Stephen II.) King of Hungary, (1116-1131 A.D.) ?), AR-Denarius, H-094, CNH I.-078, U-038, #01
avers: Four pellets and four small crosses between the arms of the central cross, two crescents at the ends of each arm of the central cross.
reverse: Lines and crescents in place of the legend; cross in a circle with wedges in the angles; border of line.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 11,5 mm, weight: 0,34 g, axis: - h,
mint: Esztergom , date: A.D., ref: Huszar-094, CNH I.-078, Unger-038,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.08.1.1./c2.01./39.,
Q-001
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CÁC II. 18.08.1.1./h2.02./60., Anonymous I. (István II., (Stephen II.) King of Hungary, (1116-1131 A.D.) ?), AR-Denarius, H-094, CNH I.-078, U-038, #0196 viewsCÁC II. 18.08.1.1./h2.02./60., Anonymous I. (István II., (Stephen II.) King of Hungary, (1116-1131 A.D.) ?), AR-Denarius, H-094, CNH I.-078, U-038, #01
avers: Four pellets and four small crosses between the arms of the central cross, two crescents at the ends of each arm of the central cross.
reverse: Lines and crescents in place of the legend; cross in a circle with wedges in the angles; border of line.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 11,5 mm, weight: 0,41 g, axis: 7h,
mint: Esztergom , date: A.D., ref: Huszar-094, CNH I.-078, Unger-038,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.08.1.1./h2.02./60.,
Q-001
1 commentsquadrans
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CÁC II. 18.09.1.1./a3.03./23., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-095, CNH I.-079, U-047, #01158 viewsCÁC II. 18.09.1.1./a3.03./23., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-095, CNH I.-079, U-047, #01
avers: Cross with dots and wedges between two crescents in the angles; border of dots.
reverse: Lines in place of the legend; cross in a circle with wedges in the angles; border of line.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 10,3mm, weight: 0,21g, axis: 2h,
mint: Esztergom , date: A.D., ref: Huszár-095, CNH I.-079, Unger-047,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.09.1.1./a3.03./23.,
Q-001
2 commentsquadrans
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CÁC II. 18.09.1.1./b2.01./36., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-095, CNH I.-079, U-047, #01110 viewsCÁC II. 18.09.1.1./b2.01./36., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-095, CNH I.-079, U-047, #01
avers: Cross with dots and wedges between two crescents in the angles; border of dots.
reverse: Lines in place of the legend; cross in a circle with wedges in the angles; border of line.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 10,5mm, weight: 0,20g, axis: 5h,
mint: Esztergom , date: A.D., ref: Huszár-095, CNH I.-079, Unger-047,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.09.1.1./b2.01./36.,
Q-001
1 commentsquadrans
II_Bela_U-047_C1-079_H-095_Q-001_1h_10,7mm_0,21g-s.jpg
CÁC II. 18.09.1.1./b2.04./39., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-095, CNH I.-079, U-047, #0171 viewsCÁC II. 18.09.1.1./b2.04./39., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-095, CNH I.-079, U-047, #01
avers: Cross with dots and wedges between two crescents in the angles; border of dots.
reverse: Lines in place of the legend; cross in a circle with wedges in the angles; border of line.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 10,7mm, weight: 0,21g, axis: 1h,
mint: Esztergom , date: A.D., ref: Huszár-095, CNH I.-079, Unger-047,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.09.1.1./b2.04./39.,
Q-001
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II_Bela_U-047_C1-079_H-095_Q-003_h_mm_gx-s.jpg
CÁC II. 18.09.1.1./b2.04./39., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-095, CNH I.-079, U-047, #0266 viewsCÁC II. 18.09.1.1./b2.04./39., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-095, CNH I.-079, U-047, #02
avers: Cross with dots and wedges between two crescents in the angles; border of dots.
reverse: Lines in place of the legend; cross in a circle with wedges in the angles; border of line.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 10,5mm, weight: 0,22g, axis: h,
mint: Esztergom, date: A.D., ref: Huszár-095, CNH I.-079, Unger-047,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.09.1.1./b2.04./39.,
Q-002
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II_Bela_U-047_C1-079_H-095_Q-002_2h_10,6mm_0,18g-s.jpg
CÁC II. 18.09.1.1./c1.04./44., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-095, CNH I.-079, U-047, #0182 viewsCÁC II. 18.09.1.1./c1.04./44., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-095, CNH I.-079, U-047, #01
avers: Cross with dots and wedges between two crescents in the angles; border of dots.
reverse: Lines in place of the legend; cross in a circle with wedges in the angles; border of line.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 10,6mm, weight: 0,18g, axis: 21h,
mint: Esztergom, date: A.D., ref: Huszár-095, CNH I.-079, Unger-047,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.09.1.1./c1.04./44.,
Q-001
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18_9_1_1_-c2_05_-53_v_,_Anonymous_I__(_Bela_II__1131-1141_A_D_),_H-095,_C1-079,_U-047,_Q-001,_3h,_9,5-9,8mm,_0,17g-s.jpg
CÁC II. 18.09.1.1./c2.05./53v., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-095, CNH I.-079, U-047, #0161 viewsCÁC II. 18.09.1.1./c2.05./53v., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-095, CNH I.-079, U-047, #01
avers: Cross with dots and wedges between two crescents in the angles; border of dots.
reverse: Lines in place of the legend; cross in a circle with wedges in the angles; border of line.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 9,5-9,8mm, weight: 0,17g, axis: 3h,
mint: Esztergom, date: A.D., ref: Huszár-095, CNH I.-079, Unger-047,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.09.1.1./c2.05./53v.,
Q-001
1 commentsquadrans
II_Bela_U-046_C1-081_H-096_Q-001_9,5mm_0,19g-s.jpg
CÁC II. 18.10.1.02./a2r4.01./07., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-096, CNH I.-081, U-046, #0199 viewsCÁC II. 18.10.1.02./a2r4.01./07., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-096, CNH I.-081, U-046, #01
avers: Crescents and dots in place of the legend, line of dots amongst for wedges between crescents; border of dots.
reverse: Lines and crescents in place of the legend; cross in a circle with wedges in the angles; border of line.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 9,5 mm, weight: 0,19 g, axis: - h,
mint: Esztergom, date: A.D., ref: Huszár-096, CNH I.-081, Unger-046,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.10.1.02./a2r4.01./07.,
Q-001
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CÁC II. 18.10.1.04./a2r4.04./16., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-096, CNH I.-081, U-046, #0188 viewsCÁC II. 18.10.1.04./a2r4.04./16., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-096, CNH I.-081, U-046, #01
avers: Crescents and dots in place of the legend, line of dots amongst for wedges between crescents; border of dots.
reverse: Lines and crescents in place of the legend; cross in a circle with wedges in the angles; border of line.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter:10,2 mm, weight: 0,17 g, axis: 7h,
mint: Esztergom, date: A.D., ref: Huszár-096, CNH I.-081, Unger-046,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.10.1.04./a2r4.04./16.,
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CÁC II. 18.10.1.06./a2h4.06./17., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-096, CNH I.-081, U-046, #01129 viewsCÁC II. 18.10.1.06./a2h4.06./17., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-096, CNH I.-081, U-046, #01
avers: Crescents and dots in place of the legend, line of dots amongst for wedges between crescents; border of dots.
reverse: Lines and crescents in place of the legend; cross in circle with wedges in the angles; border of line.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: mm, weight: g, axis: h,
mint: Esztergom, date: A.D., ref: Huszár-096, CNH I.-081, Unger-046,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.10.1.06./a2h4.06./17.,
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CÁC II. 18.10.1.08./a1h4.01./05., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-096, CNH I.-081, U-046, #0194 viewsCÁC II. 18.10.1.08./a1h4.01./05., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-096, CNH I.-081, U-046, #01
avers: Crescents and dots in place of the legend, line of dots amongst for wedges between crescents; border of dots.
reverse: Lines and crescents in place of the legend; cross in a circle with wedges in the angles; border of line.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter:11,0 mm, weight: 0,28 g, axis: 6h,
mint: Esztergom, date: A.D., ref: Huszár-096, CNH I.-081, Unger-046,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.10.1.08./a1h4.01./05.,
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CÁC II. 18.11.1.1./a1.01./., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-097, CNH I.-083, U-049, Different type of possibile "sigla" variation102 viewsCÁC II. 18.11.1.1./a1.01./., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-097, CNH I.-083, U-049, Different type of possibile "sigla" variation
ref: Huszár-097, CNH I.-083, Unger-049, sigla-variation (lot of dot or dots the different place on the same catalog Number coins)
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CÁC II. 18.11.1.1./a4.04./30., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-097, CNH I.-083, U-049, #0194 viewsCÁC II. 18.11.1.1./a4.04./30., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-097, CNH I.-083, U-049, #01
avers: Horizontally oriented crosses within crescents above and below the line.
reverse: Lines instead of a legend, cross with wedges.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 10,1mm, weight: 0,20g, axis: 3h,
mint: Esztergom , date: A.D., ref: Huszár-097, CNH I.-083, Unger-049,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.11.1.1./a4.04./30.,
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CÁC II. 18.11.1.1./b4.02./44., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-097, CNH I.-083, U-049, #0173 viewsCÁC II. 18.11.1.1./b4.02./44., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-097, CNH I.-083, U-049, #01
avers: Horizontally oriented crosses within crescents above and below the line.
reverse: Lines instead of a legend, cross with wedges.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 9,5-9,7mm, weight: 0,17g, axis: 1h,
mint: Esztergom , date: A.D., ref: Huszár-097, CNH I.-083, Unger-049,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.11.1.1./b4.02./44.,
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CÁC II. 18.11.1.2./a2.07./after 8 before 9., (New Sigla!), Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-097, CNH I.-083, U-049, #0183 viewsCÁC II. 18.11.1.2./a2.07./after 8 before 9., (New Sigla!), Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-097, CNH I.-083, U-049, #01
avers: Horizontally oriented crosses within crescents above and below the line.
reverse: Lines instead of a legend, cross with wedges.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 9,8mm, weight: 0,23g, axis: 7h,
mint: Esztergom , date: A.D., ref: Huszár-097, CNH I.-083, Unger-049,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.11.1.2./a2.07./after 8 before 9., New type of Sigla, not recorded!
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CÁC II. 18.11.1.2./a8.01./19., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-097, CNH I.-083, U-049, #0179 viewsCÁC II. 18.11.1.2./a8.01./19., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-097, CNH I.-083, U-049, #01
avers: Horizontally-oriented crosses within crescents above and below the line.
reverse: Lines instead of a legend with two crescents, cross with wedges.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 10,0mm, weight: 0,25g, axis: 10h,
mint: Esztergom , date: A.D., ref: Huszár-097, CNH I.-083, Unger-049,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.11.1.2./a8.01./19.,
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CÁC II. 18.11.1.2./c2.01./24., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-097, CNH I.-083, U-049, #0166 viewsCÁC II. 18.11.1.2./c2.01./24., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-097, CNH I.-083, U-049, #01
avers: Horizontally oriented crosses within crescents above and below the line.
reverse: Lines instead of a legend, cross with wedges.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 10,0mm, weight: 0,23g, axis: h,
mint: Esztergom , date: A.D., ref: Huszár-097, CNH I.-083, Unger-049,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.11.1.2./c2.01./24.,
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CÁC II. 18.11.1.2./c3.01./after 26 before 27., (New Sigla!), Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-097, CNH I.-083, U-049, #0187 viewsCÁC II. 18.11.1.2./c3.01./after 26 before 27., (New Sigla!), Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-097, CNH I.-083, U-049, #01
avers: Horizontally oriented crosses within crescents above and below the line.
reverse: Lines instead of a legend, cross with wedges.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 10,2mm, weight: 0,20g, axis: 3h,
mint: Esztergom , date: A.D., ref: Huszár-097, CNH I.-083, Unger-049,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.11.1.2./c3.01./after 26 before 27., New type of Sigla, not recorded!
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CÁC II. 18.11.1.2./c4.01./27., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-097, CNH I.-083, U-049, #0168 viewsCÁC II. 18.11.1.2./c4.01./27., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-097, CNH I.-083, U-049, #01
avers: Horizontally oriented crosses within crescents above and below the line.
reverse: Lines instead of a legend, cross with wedges.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 10,0mm, weight: 0,24g, axis: 3h,
mint: Esztergom, date: A.D., ref: Huszár-097, CNH I.-083, Unger-049,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.11.1.2./c4.01./27.,
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CÁC II. 18.12.1.1./b2.06./42., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-099, CNH I.-087, U-052, #01.70 viewsCÁC II. 18.12.1.1./b2.06./42., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-099, CNH I.-087, U-052, #01
avers: Cross with crescents containing dots in the angles; border of dots.
reverse: Lines in place of the legend; cross in circle with wedges between the angles; border of line.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 12,5mm, weight: 0,39g, axis: 6h,
mint: Esztergom , date: A.D., ref: Huszár-099, CNH I.-087, Unger-052a,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.12.1.1./b2.06./42.,
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CÁC II. 18.12.1.1./h2.01./71., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-099, CNH I.-087, U-052, #0181 viewsCÁC II. 18.12.1.1./h2.01./71., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-099, CNH I.-087, U-052, #01
avers: Cross with crescents containing dots in the angles; border of dots.
reverse: Lines in place of the legend; cross in circle with wedges between the angles; border of line.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 12,4mm, weight: 0,41g, axis: 6h,
mint: Esztergom , date: A.D., ref: Huszár-099, CNH I.-087, Unger-052a,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.12.1.1./h2.01./71.,
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CÁC II. 18.12.1.3./a3.04./28., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-100, CNH I.--, U--, #0177 viewsCÁC II. 18.12.1.3./a3.04./28., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-100, CNH I.--, U--, #01
avers: Cross with crescents containing dots in the angles; border of dots.
reverse: 4 lines in place of the legend cross in a circle, a border of line.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 11,0-11,8mm, weight: 0,33g, axis: 2h,
mint: Esztergom , date: A.D., ref: Huszár-100, CNH I.--, Unger--,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.12.1.3./a3.04./28.,
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CÁC II. 18.13.1.1./a6.01./41., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-102, CNH I.-090, U-053, #0170 viewsCÁC II. 18.13.1.1./a6.01./41., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-102, CNH I.-090, U-053, #01
avers: E's and lines in place of the legend, cross in a circle of dots with dots in the angles; border of dots.
reverse: Lines in place of the legend; cross in a circle with wedges between the angles; border of line.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 12,0mm, weight: 0,28g, axis: 10h,
mint: Esztergom, date: A.D., ref: Huszár-102, CNH I.-090, Unger-053,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.13.1.1/a6.01./41.,
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CÁC II. 18.13.1.1./b2.08./56., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-102, CNH I.-090, U-053, #0176 viewsCÁC II. 18.13.1.1./b2.08./56., Anonymous I. (Béla II., (Béla II. the Blind), King of Hungary, (1131-1141 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-102, CNH I.-090, U-053, #01
avers: E's and lines in place of the legend, cross in circle of dots with dots in the angles; border of dots.
reverse: Lines in place of the legend; cross in circle with wedges between the angles; border of line.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter:mm, weight: g, axis: h,
mint: Esztergom, date: A.D., ref: Huszár-102, CNH I.-090, Unger-053,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 18.13.1.1/b2.08./56.,
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CÁC II. 19.03.1.1./a1.02./03., Anonymous II. (Béla III., King of Hungary, (1172-1196 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-111, CNH I.-109, U-112, #01120 viewsCÁC II. 19.03.1.1./a1.02./03., Anonymous II. (Béla III., King of Hungary, (1172-1196 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-111, CNH I.-109, U-112, #01
avers: Illegible legend, the ornament of Kufic letters, the border of dots.
reverse: Cross, between four crosses and four dots, line border.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 12,5 mm, weight: 0,33g, axis: h,
mint: , date: 1172-1196 A.D., ref: Huszár-111, CNH I.-109, Unger-112,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 19.03.1.1./a1.02./03.,
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CÁC II. 19.03.1.1./a1.04./05., Anonymous II. (Béla III., King of Hungary, (1172-1196 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-111, CNH I.-109, U-112, #0181 viewsCÁC II. 19.03.1.1./a1.04./05., Anonymous II. (Béla III., King of Hungary, (1172-1196 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-111, CNH I.-109, U-112, #01
avers: Illegible legend, the ornament of Kufic letters, the border of dots.
reverse: Cross, between four crosses and four dots, line border.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 12,5 mm, weight: 0,29g, axis: h,
mint: , date: 1172-1196 A.D., ref: Huszár-111, CNH I.-109, Unger-112,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 19.03.1.1./a1.04./05.,
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CÁC II. 19.03.1.1./a2.01./07., Anonymous II. (Béla III., King of Hungary, (1172-1196 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-111, CNH I.-109, U-112, #01102 viewsCÁC II. 19.03.1.1./a2.01./07., Anonymous II. (Béla III., King of Hungary, (1172-1196 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-111, CNH I.-109, U-112, #01
avers: Illegible legend, the ornament of Kufic letters, the border of dots.
reverse: Cross, between four crosses and four dots, line border.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 13,0 mm, weight: 0,29g, axis: 11h,
mint: , date: 1172-1196 A.D., ref: Huszár-111, CNH I.-109, Unger-112,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 19.03.1.1./a2.01./07.,
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CÁC II. 19.03.1.1./g1.01./23., Anonymous II. (Béla III., King of Hungary, (1172-1196 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-111, CNH I.-109, U-112, #01114 viewsCÁC II. 19.03.1.1./g1.01./23., Anonymous II. (Béla III., King of Hungary, (1172-1196 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-111, CNH I.-109, U-112, #01
avers: Illegible legend, the ornament of Kufic letters, the border of dots.
reverse: Cross, between four crosses and four dots, line border.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 12,5 mm, weight: 0,32g, axis: h,
mint: , date: 1172-1196 A.D., ref: Huszár-111, CNH I.-109, Unger-112,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 19.03.1.1./g1.01./23.,
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CÁC II. 19.04.1.1./a2.07./after 21 before 22., (New Sigla!), Anonymous II. (István III., (Stephen III.), King of Hungary, (1162-1172 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-112, CNH I.-122, U-079, Scarce! #0190 viewsCÁC II. 19.04.1.1./a2.07./after 21 before 22., (New Sigla!), Anonymous II. (István III., (Stephen III.), King of Hungary, (1162-1172 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-112, CNH I.-122, U-079, Scarce! #01
avers: Line between S-Ƨ, cross between two stars above, a crescent between two crosses below.
reverse: Ornament of Cufic letters, line in the centre, two dots and crescents above, cross and two crescents below.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 13,5mm, weight: 0,23g, axis: 2h,
mint: Esztergom, date: A.D., ref: Huszár-112, CNH I.-122, Unger-079, Scarce!
Kiss-Tóth, Sigla: 19.04.1.1./a2.07./after 21 before 22., New type of Sigla, not recorded!
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CÁC II. 19.04.1.1./b1.10./31., Anonymous II. (István III., (Stephen III.), King of Hungary, (1162-1172 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-112, CNH I.-122, U-078, Scarce! #0185 viewsCÁC II. 19.04.1.1./b1.10./31., Anonymous II. (István III., (Stephen III.), King of Hungary, (1162-1172 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-112, CNH I.-122, U-078, Scarce! #01
avers: Line between S-Ƨ, cross between two stars above, a crescent between two crosses below.
reverse: Ornament of Cufic letters, line in the center, two dots and crescents above, cross and two crescents below.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 13,5mm, weight: 0,26g, axis: h,
mint: Esztergom, date: A.D., ref: Huszár-112, CNH I.-122, Unger-078, Scarce!
Kiss-Tóth, Sigla: 19.04.1.1./b1.10./31.,
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CÁC II. 19.05.1.1./00.01./01., Anonymous II. (István III., (Stephen III.), King of Hungary, (1162-1172 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-113, CNH I.-123, U-083, #0161 viewsCÁC II. 19.05.1.1./00.01./01., Anonymous II. (István III., (Stephen III.), King of Hungary, (1162-1172 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-113, CNH I.-123, U-083, #01
avers: Crescent and S on each side of the line, cross on crescent both side, the border of dots.
reverse: Three dots on the line between two double arches, top towards the center, line border.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 12,5mm, weight: 0,15g, axis: 3h,
mint: Esztergom, date: A.D., ref: Huszár-113, CNH I.-123, Unger-083,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 19.05.1.1./00.01./01.,
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19_05_1_1_-a1_14_-15_,_Anonymous_II__(István_III_,_(Stephen_III_),_King_of_Hungary,_(1162-1172_A_D_)),_AR-Denarius,_H-113,_CNH_I_-123,_U-083,_Q-001,_11h,_12,5mm,_20g-s.jpg
CÁC II. 19.05.1.1./a1.14./15., Anonymous II. (István III., (Stephen III.), King of Hungary, (1162-1172 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-113, CNH I.-123, U-083, #0164 viewsCÁC II. 19.05.1.1./a1.14./15., Anonymous II. (István III., (Stephen III.), King of Hungary, (1162-1172 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-113, CNH I.-123, U-083, #01
avers: Crescent and S on each side of the line, cross on crescent both side, the border of dots.
reverse: Three dots on the line between two double arches, top towards the center, line border.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: mm, weight: g, axis: h,
mint: Esztergom, date: A.D., ref: Huszár-113, CNH I.-123, Unger-083,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 19.05.1.1./a1.14./15.,
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19_05_1_1_-a1_38_-39_,_Anonymous_II__(István_III_,_(Stephen_III_),_King_of_Hungary,_(1162-1172_A_D_)),_AR-Denarius,_H-113,_CNH_I_-123,_U-083,_Q-001,_0h,_13mm,_0,21g-s.jpg
CÁC II. 19.05.1.1./a1.38./39., Anonymous II. (István III., (Stephen III.), King of Hungary, (1162-1172 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-113, CNH I.-123, U-083, #0164 viewsCÁC II. 19.05.1.1./a1.38./39., Anonymous II. (István III., (Stephen III.), King of Hungary, (1162-1172 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-113, CNH I.-123, U-083, #01
avers: Crescent and S on each side of the line, cross on crescent both side, a border of dots.
reverse: Three dots on the line between two double arches, top towards the center, line border.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 13mm, weight: 0,21 g, axis: -h,
mint: Esztergom, date: A.D., ref: Huszár-113, CNH I.-123, Unger-083,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 19.05.1.1./a1.38./39.,
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19_05_1_1_-a2_08_-49_,_Anonymous_II__(István_III_,_(Stephen_III_),_King_of_Hungary,_(1162-1172_A_D_)),_AR-Denarius,_H-113,_CNH_I_-123,_U-083,_Q-001,_11h,_12,5mm,_20g-s.jpg
CÁC II. 19.05.1.1./a2.08./49., Anonymous II. (István III., (Stephen III.), King of Hungary, (1162-1172 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-113, CNH I.-123, U-083, #0160 viewsCÁC II. 19.05.1.1./a2.08./49., Anonymous II. (István III., (Stephen III.), King of Hungary, (1162-1172 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-113, CNH I.-123, U-083, #01
avers: Crescent and S on each side of the line, cross on crescent both side, the border of dots.
reverse: Three dots on the line between two double arches, top towards the center, line border.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 12,5mm, weight: 0,20g, axis: 11h,
mint: Esztergom, date: A.D., ref: Huszár-113, CNH I.-123, Unger-083,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 19.05.1.1./a2.08./49.,
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CÁC_II__19_06_1_1_-a1_01_-02_,_Anonymous_II__(Béla_III_,_King_of_Hungary,_(1172-1196_A_D_)),_AR-Denarius,_H-116,_CNH_I_-127,_U-094,_Q-001,_1h,_11,6mm,_0,19g-s.jpg
CÁC II. 19.06.1.1./a1.01./02., Anonymous II. (Béla III., King of Hungary, (1172-1196 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-116, CNH I.-127, U-094, #0119 viewsCÁC II. 19.06.1.1./a1.01./02., Anonymous II. (Béla III., King of Hungary, (1172-1196 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-116, CNH I.-127, U-094, #01
avers: Patriarchal cross on the double arch between two crescents containing a star, two dots and two lines, a border of dots.
reverse: Four crescents containing crosses, line border.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 11,6 mm, weight: 0,19g, axis: 1h,
mint: Esztergom, date: A.D., ref: Huszár-116, CNH I.-127, Unger-094,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 19.06.1.1./a1.01./02.,
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U_94_C1_127_H_116_Q-012_h_mm_gx-s.jpg
CÁC II. 19.06.1.1./a1.06./07., Anonymous II. (Béla III., King of Hungary, (1172-1196 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-116, CNH I.-127, U-094, #0166 viewsCÁC II. 19.06.1.1./a1.06./07., Anonymous II. (Béla III., King of Hungary, (1172-1196 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-116, CNH I.-127, U-094, #01
avers: Patriarchal cross on double arch between two crescents containing a star, two dots and two lines, a border of dots.
reverse: Four crescents containing crosses, line border.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: mm, weight: g, axis: h,
mint: Esztergom, date: A.D., ref: Huszár-116, CNH I.-127, Unger-094,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 19.06.1.1./a1.06./07.,
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U_94_C1_127_H_116_Q-002_12,5mm_0,22ga-s.jpg
CÁC II. 19.06.1.1./b1.01./32., Anonymous II. (Béla III., King of Hungary, (1172-1196 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-116, CNH I.-127, U-094, #01107 viewsCÁC II. 19.06.1.1./b1.01./32., Anonymous II. (Béla III., King of Hungary, (1172-1196 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-116, CNH I.-127, U-094, #01
avers: Patriarchal cross on double arch between two crescents containing a star, two dots and two lines, a border of dots.
reverse: Four crescents containing crosses, line border.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 12,5 mm, weight: 0,22g, axis: h,
mint: Esztergom, date: A.D., ref: Huszár-116, CNH I.-127, Unger-094,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 19.06.1.1./b1.01./32.,
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U_94_C1_127_H_116_Q-006_12,5mm_0,16ga-s.jpg
CÁC II. 19.06.1.1./b1.07./38., Anonymous II. (Béla III., King of Hungary, (1172-1196 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-116, CNH I.-127, U-094, #0193 viewsCÁC II. 19.06.1.1./b1.07./38., Anonymous II. (Béla III., King of Hungary, (1172-1196 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-116, CNH I.-127, U-094, #01
avers: Patriarchal cross on double arch between two crescents containing a star, two dots and two lines, a border of dots.
reverse: Four crescents containing crosses, line border.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 12,5 mm, weight: 0,16g, axis: h,
mint: Esztergom, date: A.D., ref: Huszár-116, CNH I.-127, Unger-094,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 19.06.1.1./b1.07./38.,
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U_94_C1_127_H_116_Q-016_h_mm_g-s.jpg
CÁC II. 19.06.1.1./b1.07./38., Anonymous II. (Béla III., King of Hungary, (1172-1196 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-116, CNH I.-127, U-094, #0264 viewsCÁC II. 19.06.1.1./b1.07./38., Anonymous II. (Béla III., King of Hungary, (1172-1196 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-116, CNH I.-127, U-094, #02
avers: Patriarchal cross on double arch between two crescents containing a star, two dots and two lines, a border of dots.
reverse: Four crescents containing crosses, line border.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: mm, weight: g, axis: h,
mint: Esztergom, date: A.D., ref: Huszár-116, CNH I.-127, Unger-094,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 19.06.1.1./b1.07./38.,
Q-002
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U_94_C1_127_H_116_Q-001_12mm_0,21ga-s.jpg
CÁC II. 19.06.1.1./g1.01./39., Anonymous II. (Béla III., King of Hungary, (1172-1196 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-116, CNH I.-127, U-094, #0185 viewsCÁC II. 19.06.1.1./g1.01./39., Anonymous II. (Béla III., King of Hungary, (1172-1196 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-116, CNH I.-127, U-094, #01
avers: Patriarchal cross on double arch between two crescents containing a star, two dots and two lines, a border of dots.
reverse: Four crescents containing crosses, line border.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 12,0 mm, weight: 0,21g, axis: h,
mint: Esztergom, date: A.D., ref: Huszár-116, CNH I.-127, Unger-094,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 19.06.1.1./g1.01./39.,
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U_94_C1_127_H_116_Q-011_12,5mm_0,19ga-s.jpg
CÁC II. 19.06.1.1./g1.02./40., Anonymous II. (Béla III., King of Hungary, (1172-1196 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-116, CNH I.-127, U-094, #0185 viewsCÁC II. 19.06.1.1./g1.02./40., Anonymous II. (Béla III., King of Hungary, (1172-1196 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-116, CNH I.-127, U-094, #01
avers: Patriarchal cross on double arch between two crescents containing a star, two dots and two lines, a border of dots.
reverse: Four crescents containing crosses, line border.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 12,5 mm, weight: 0,19g, axis: h,
mint: Esztergom, date: A.D., ref: Huszár-116, CNH I.-127, Unger-094,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 19.06.1.1./g1.02./40.,
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Istvan-III_U-82_C1-129_H-117_Q-001_10h_13mm_0,23g-s.jpg
CÁC II. 19.07.1.1./a1.14./15., Anonymous II. (István III., (Stephen III.), King of Hungary, (1162-1172 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-117a, CNH I.-129, U-082, #01138 viewsCÁC II. 19.07.1.1./a1.14./15., Anonymous II. (István III., (Stephen III.), King of Hungary, (1162-1172 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-117a, CNH I.-129, U-082, #01
avers: Cross with three wedges at the ends and H's between the angles; border of dots.
reverse: Four dots around cross; border of line.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 13,0mm, weight: 0,23g, axis: 10h,
mint: Esztergom, date: A.D., ref: Huszár-117a, CNH I.-129, Unger-082,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 19.07.1.1./a1.14./15.,
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Istvan-III_U-82_C1-129_H-117_Q-001_13,3mm_0,25ga-s.jpg
CÁC II. 19.07.1.1./b1.11./62., Anonymous II. (István III., (Stephen III.), King of Hungary, (1162-1172 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-117a, CNH I.-129, U-082, #0183 viewsCÁC II. 19.07.1.1./b1.11./62., Anonymous II. (István III., (Stephen III.), King of Hungary, (1162-1172 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-117a, CNH I.-129, U-082, #01
avers: Cross with three wedges at the ends and H's between the angles; border of dots.
reverse: Four dots around cross; border of line.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 13,3mm, weight: 0,25g, axis: h,
mint: Esztergom, date: A.D., ref: Huszár-117a, CNH I.-129, Unger-082,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 19.07.1.1./b1.11./62.,
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Istvan-III_U-82_C1-129_H-117_Q-002_13mm_0,17ga-s.jpg
CÁC II. 19.07.1.1./b1.12./63., Anonymous II. (István III., (Stephen III.), King of Hungary, (1162-1172 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-117a, CNH I.-129, U-082, #0171 viewsCÁC II. 19.07.1.1./b1.12./63., Anonymous II. (István III., (Stephen III.), King of Hungary, (1162-1172 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-117a, CNH I.-129, U-082, #01
avers: Cross with three wedges at the ends and H's between the angles; border of dots.
reverse: Four dots around cross; border of line.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 13,0mm, weight: 0,17g, axis: h,
mint: Esztergom, date: A.D., ref: Huszár-117a, CNH I.-129, Unger-082,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 19.07.1.1./b1.12./63.,
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II_Istvan_U-82v_C1-131_H-117_Q-002_1h_10,5mm_0,21g-s.jpg
CÁC II. 19.08.1.1./a2.04./13., Anonymous II. (István III., (Stephen III.), King of Hungary, (1162-1172 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-118, CNH I.-131, U--, #0165 viewsCÁC II. 19.08.1.1./a2.04./13., Anonymous II. (István III., (Stephen III.), King of Hungary, (1162-1172 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-118, CNH I.-131, U--, #01
avers: Cross with three wedges at the ends and H's between the angles; border of dots.
reverse: Eight dots around cross; border of line.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 10,5 mm, weight: 0,21g, axis: 1h,
mint: Esztergom, date: A.D., ref: Huszár-118, CNH I.-131, Unger--,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 19.08.1.1./a2.04./13.,
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III_Istvan_U-82v_C1-131_H-117_Q-001_2h_10,3mm_0,24g-s.jpg
CÁC II. 19.08.1.1./a2.05./14., Anonymous II. (István III., (Stephen III.), King of Hungary, (1162-1172 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-118, CNH I.-131, U--, #0174 viewsCÁC II. 19.08.1.1./a2.05./14., Anonymous II. (István III., (Stephen III.), King of Hungary, (1162-1172 A.D.)?), AR-Denarius, H-118, CNH I.-131, U--, #01
avers: Cross with three wedges at the ends and H's between the angles; border of dots.
reverse: Eight dots around cross; border of line.
exergue: -/-//--, diameter: 10,3 mm, weight: 0,24g, axis: 2h,
mint: Esztergom, date: A.D., ref: Huszár-118, CNH I.-131, Unger--,
Kiss-Toth, Sigla: 19.08.1.1./a2.05./14.,
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