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28 viewsHeraclius, with Heraclius Constantine. 610-641. Æ Follis (29mm, 8.63 g, 6h). Cyzicus mint, 1st officina. Dated RY 3 (AD 612/3). Crowned and draped figures of Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine standing facing, each holding globus cruciger; cross above / Large M; cross above, A/N/N/O III (date) across fields; A//KYZ. DOC 175a; MIB 185; SB 840Quant.Geek
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19 viewsHeraclius & Heraclius Constantine overstruck on Phocas & Leontia . 610-641 / 602-610. Æ follis (26.89 mm, 8.78 g, 6 h). Host coin, Theopolis (Antioch) mint, 602-610 / after 610. overstrike, Thessalonica mint. Overstrike: fragmentary, d N hЄRA[CLIЧS PP AVG] Host coin, also fragmentary, [O N FOCA] NЄ PЄ [AV] , Overstrike: Heraclius (on left, and Heraclius constantine, barely visible on right) standing facing, each holding globus cruciger, cross between their heads Host coin: Phocas on left and Leontia standing facing; Emperor holds globus cruciger, Empress holds cruciform scepter; cross between their heads / Overstrike, large M between A / N / N / O and date (not struck-up), cross above, B below, ΘЄC in exergue Host coin, large m between [A / N /] N / O and date (unclear) cross above, ThЄЧP' in exergue. Host coin, Cf. SBCV 671; Overstrike, Cf. SBCV 824. VF for type, dark green patina on devices, lighter encrustation on fields - overstrike at ~ 90º ccw.

multiply struck: host coin is Phocas & Leontia from Antioch, SBCV 671 or similar overstrike, at ~ 90º ccw, is Heraclius from Thessalonica
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11 viewsHeraclius and Heraclius Constantine. A.D. 610-641. AE follis (25.80 mm, 6.21 g, 7 h). Seleucia Isauriae mint, 1st officina. Dated RY 7 (616/7). Crowned and draped facing busts of Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine, each holding globus cruciger / Crowned and draped facing busts of Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine, each holding globus cruciger / Large K; cross above, A below; A/N/N/O ςI (date) across field. SB 847; DOC 182a; MIB 195. VF.



The Seleucia Isauriae mint was in use between 615 and 618 to support Heraclius’ campaigns against the Sasanians
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Kingdom of JERUSALEM. Struck during the siege of Jerusalem by Sibylla, Queen of Jerusalem and Balian of Ibelin in 1187 . Bi Denier .130 viewsKingdom of Jerusalem . Struck during the siege of Jerusalem by Sibylla, Queen of Jerusalem and Balian of Ibelin in 1187 . Bi Denier .
+ TVRRIS DAVIT (legend retrograde), Tower of David
+ SЄPVLChRVM DOMINI, view of the Church of the Holy Sepulcher
Slocum 288; cf. C.J. Sabine, “Numismatic iconography of the Tower of David and the Holy Sepulchre,” NC 1979, pl. 17, 3; N. du Quesne Bird, “Two deniers from Jerusalem, Jordan,” NumCirc LXXIII.5 (May 1965), p. 109; Metcalf, Crusades, p. 77; CCS 51.
Very Rare . Thirteen known example .
The Ernoul chronicle refers to Balian of Ibelin and the patriarch Heraclius of Jerusalem stripped the silver and gold edicule from the Church of the Holy Sepulcher for striking coins to pay those defending the city at it's last stand .
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(0610) HERACLIUS34 views610 - 641 AD
AE FOLLIS 25X30 mm 9.78 g
O: Heraclius on left holding long cross, and Heraclius Constantine on right holding globus cruciger, standing facing; cross between
R: Large M between ANNO and regnal year; CON in exe.
CONSTINOPLE
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(0610) HERACLIUS35 views610 - 641 AD
AE FOLLIS 26 mm max. 4.98 g
O: standing figure of Heraclius left and Heraclius Constantine right cross between their heads
R: Large M, officina letter Γ beneath, cross over letter C above, CON in exe.
CONSTANTINOPLE



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(0610) HERACLIUS31 views610 - 641 AD
(struck 611 - 617)
AE 20 NUMMI 17 mm 4.72 g
O: DN ERACLIO PP AV
HELMETED CUIR BUST FACING
R: LARGE XX, CROSS ABOVE
KRTG IN EXE
CARTHAGE
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(610-641) Heraclius [Sear 811]10 viewsHeraclius 610-641 AD
AE Follis (4.71 gm ; 22 mm)
Constantinople Mint
Obv: No Legend. Heraclius (center)� in military dress with long beard and mustache, Heraclius Constantine, and Heraclonas, all standing facing.
Rev: Large M between ANNO and numeric regnal year,� B (officina 2)� below; CONE in exergue
Ségusiaves
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(610-641) Heraclius [Sear 871]8 viewsAR Half Siliqua, 0.70 gm. Carthage mint. Struck 617-641 AD. Crowned, draped, and cuirassed bust of Heraclius right / no legend, facing busts of Heraclius Constantine on left, wearing crown and chlamys, and Martina on right, wearing crown with long pendilia, and robes; cross between their heads, sometimes with four dots between their shoulders. DOC 233; MIB 149; SB 871.Ségusiaves
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(613-632) Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine [Sear 886]18 viewsHeraclius and Heraclius Constantine, AE Decanummium, Catania mint. No legend, Heraclius, bearded on left and Heraclius Constantine, unbearded on right, crowned, draped and cuirassed busts facing, cross between their heads / Large I, ANNO to left, regnal year to right, mintmark CAT. SB 886, MIB 241.Ségusiaves
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008. Heraclius 610-641. AE 40 Nummi.43 viewsObv. Heraclius flanked by Heraclonas and Heracius Constantine.
Rev. Large M, ANNO above, XXII to right.
? Mint.
LordBest
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0731 Heraclius, 610-64162 viewsAV solidus, 21mm, 4.45g, Nice VF
Struck 610-612 at Contantinople
oN hERACLI-US PP AVC, draped and cuirassed bust facing with short beard, wearing plumed helmet, and holding cross / VICTORIA AVGU E, Cross potent on three steps, CON OB in exg.
Ex: Glenn W. Woods; Chris Connell Collection
Sear 731; DO 3b; MIB 5
This coin was the subject of a Celator article discussing the transition of coinage from Focas to Heraclius.
Lawrence Woolslayer
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0805 Heraclius, 610-64144 viewsÆ follis, 31mm, 11.56g, F
Struck 613-614 at Constantinople, officina Δ
DD NN HERACLIUS ET HERA CONST PP A, Heraclius, bearded at left, and Heraclius Constantine, at right, both standing facing wearing crown and chlamys and holding globus cruciger, cross between their heads / Large M between ANNO and numeric regnal year, cross above and officina below.
Overstrike: a follis of Phocas with a portion of the obverse legend still present at 10 o'clock on the obv.
Ex: Glenn W. Woods
Sear 805; MIB 159
Lawrence Woolslayer
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0964 Constans II, AD 641-66853 viewsGold solidus, 20mm, 4.31g, EF
[legend blundered and fragmentary], facing busts of Contans II with long beard (on left), and Constantine IV, beardless (on right), each clad in chlamys, Constans wearing plumed crown (or helmet), his son wearing simple crown, cross in upper field between their heads / VICTORIA AVGU Δ, cross potent on three steps between facing standing figures of Heraclius (on left) and Tiberius (on right), both beardless, each wearing crown and chlamys and holding globus cruciger in right hand; CONOB in exergue. Some surface deposits on obverse and a little flatness in the striking affecting both sides.
Certificate of Authenticy by David R. Sear, ACCS
Ex: Forvm Ancient Coins
Sear 964; DOC 30d; MIB 31; Wroth (BMC) 55; Tolstoi 293
Lawrence Woolslayer
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1.0 Khusroe II69 viewsKhusroe II
Sassanian (Persian) Empire
Silver Dirhem
30 mm.

Khusroe II conquered Jerusalem from the Byzantine Empire, but soon lost it in a counter offensive by Emperor Heraclius.
Zam
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12. Heraclius7 viewsHERACLIUS
Decanummium, Carthage , 610-641 AD

DN ERACLIO PP AVS, Bust facing, no beard / Large X, dot over N over dot to l., cross above, dot over M over dot to r., star below

SB 876, DOC 236
Sosius
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12. Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine12 viewsHERACLIUS & HERACLIUS CONSTANTINE
Half follis, Rome, 610-641

DD NN ERACLIORVN Facing busts of Heraclius, no beard, on l., Heraclius Constantine, no beard, on r. / Large XX, cross above, ROM below

SB 890, DOC 262 aF/F
Sosius
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12. Heraclius with Heraclius Constantine19 viewsHeraclius, with Heraclius Constantine

AV Solidus (19mm, 4.51 g, 7h). Constantinople mint, 5th officina. Struck 616-circa 625.

O: Crowned facing busts of Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine; cross above

R: Cross potent set on three steps; Є//CONOB.


DOC 13d; MIB 11; SB 738. VF.

Ex CNG
1 commentsSosius
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12. Heraclius with Heraclius Constantine and Heraclonas41 viewsHeraclius, with Heraclius Constantine and Heraclonas. 610-641.
AV Solidus (18mm, 4.34 g, 6h). Constantinople mint, 6th officina.
Dated IY 11 (AD 637/8).
Crowned figures of Heraclonas, Heraclius, and Heraclius Constantine standing facing, each holding globus cruciger / Cross potent set on three steps; monogram to left, IA monogram (date) to right; ς//CONOB.
DOC 39e; MIB 45; SB 764. EF, areas of weak strike.
Ex-CNG
1 commentsSosius
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12. Heraclius, AE 6 Nummi, Alexandria.7 viewsHeraclius, AE 6 Nummi, Alexandria.

O: dd M hERACLS around cross potent on one or two steps, sometimes with globes on ends of arms

R: Large S.

SB 862, DOC 198
Sosius
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168 Constans II, AD 641-66834 viewsGold solidus, 18mm, 4.46g, aEF
Struck c. AD 659-662 at Constantinople
[legend blundered and fragmentary], facing busts of Contans II with long beard (on left), and beardless Constantine IV, each clad in chlamys, Constans wearing plumed crown (or helmet), his son wearing simple crown, cross in upper field between their heads / VICTORI-A A-VGU Δ+, long cross on globus between facing standing figures of Heraclius (on left) and Tiberius, both beardless, each wearing crown and chlamys and holding globus cruciger in right hand; CoNoB in exergue. Obverse double struck, reverse flan mark in center.
Ex: Glenn Woods
Sear 963; DOC 29g var; MIB 30
Lawrence Woolslayer
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170 Constans II, AD 641-66857 viewsGold solidus, 20.2mm, 4.48g, EF
Struck AD 661-663 at Constantinople
[legend blundered and fragmentary], facing busts of Contans II with long beard (on left), and Constantine IV, beardless (on right), each clad in chlamys, Constans wearing plumed crown (or helmet), his son wearing simple crown, cross in upper field between their heads / VICTORIA AVGU H, cross potent on three steps between facing standing figures of Heraclius (on left) and Tiberius, both beardless, each wearing crown and chlamys and holding globus cruciger in right hand; CoNoB in exergue.
Certificate of Authenticity by David R. Sear, ACCS
Sear 964; DOC 30g; Wroth 58; Tolstoi 304; Ratto 1606
Lawrence Woolslayer
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172 Constans II, AD 641-66838 viewsGold solidus, 20mm, 4.41g, EF
Struck c. AD 661-663 at Constantinople
[legend blundered and fragmentary], facing busts of Contans II with long beard (on left), and beardless Constantine IV, each clad in chlamys, Constans wearing plumed crown (or helmet), his son wearing simple crown, cross in upper field between their heads / VICTORIA AVGU A, cross potent on three steps between facing standing figures of Heraclius (on left) and Tiberius, both beardless, each wearing crown and chlamys and holding globus cruciger in right hand; CoNoB in exergue.
Ex: Glenn Woods
Sear 964; DOC 30a; MIB 31
Lawrence Woolslayer
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180 Constantine IV Pogonatus, AD 668-68533 viewsGold solidus, 18mm, 4.31g, aEF
Struck at Constantinople c. 674-681
DN C-A-NUS P, bust facing, head slightly to right, wears short beard, cuirass, and helmet with plume and diadem; holds spear over shoulder and shield decorated with horseman / VICT(O)A [AVGU], cross potent on base with three steps between Heraclius (left) and Tiberius; each figure wears chlamys and crown, and holds globus cruciger, CoNoB in exergue
Ex: Harlan Berk
DOC 8 var; Sear 1154v; Berk -
Lawrence Woolslayer
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4.0 Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine AV Solidus47 viewsHeraclius
610-641
and his son Heraclius Constantine
613-641
Constantinople Mint
21.1 mm, 4.449 g
Sear 743. DO 20.
EF, with light flat areas

AU Solidus, minted between 626 and 629 CE at Constantinople
obv. dd NN hERACLIVS ET hERA CONST PP AV/. facing busts of Heraclius and his son Heraclius Constantine, cross above
rev. VICTORIA AVGU Q. cross potent on three steps, CoNoB in ex.
scarce officina
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610 Heraclius as Consul - follis from Alexandretta (Iskenderun, Turkey)90 viewsMinted in Alexandretta (Iskenderun, Turkey) in 610.
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641-668 Constans II - follis from Constantinole37 viewsBust of Constans II facing, holding cross on globe
Busts of Constantine IV, Heraclius and Tiberius around M

Sear 1013-1014
1 commentsGinolerhino
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641-668 Constans II - follis from Thessalonica23 viewsBust of Constans II facing, holding cross on globe
Busts of Constantine IV, Heraclius and Tiberius around M , exergue : Θ

Sear 1023-1025
Ginolerhino
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665-666 Constans II - follis from Constantinople33 viewsMinted in Constantinople in 665-6.
Obverse : Left : Constans II standing in military attire, right : Constantine IV his son wearing crown and chlamys.
Reverse : M between Heraclius and Tiberius, each wearing crown and chlamys and holding a globe cruciger.
According to Sear (1012) this follis was minted only in the year 25.
Ginolerhino
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AE 12 nummi Heraclius, SB 86037 viewsObverse: No legend, Heraclius in center, H. Constantine on r., Heraclonas on L., all stg, facing,each wearing chlamys and holding gl/ cr in r. hand. Heraclius and H. Constantine each wear crown with cross in field above head of Heraclonas
Reverse: Large IB; between , cross potent on triangle between the IB, AAEZ in exergue
Mint: Alexandria
Date: 632-41 CE
19mm 7.24gm
Sear 860 DO 196
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AE 6 nummi Heraclius, SB 86223 viewsObverse: Legand usually blundered sometimes dd M HERACLS, cross potents sometimes with pellets at ends of arms on base above two steps or one.
Mint: Alexandria
Date: 613-18 CE
Reverse: Large S
15mm 2.47gm
Sear 862 DO 198
wileyc
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AE follis Constans II SB 1023-5 18 viewsObverse: Bust of Constans facing with long beard earing plumed helmet possibly ornamented with cross not seen on this coin. Holding gl cr in field to rt K.
Reverse: Large M surmounted by facing bust of Constantine IV, to L., facing bust of Heraclius and that of Tiberius to r. each with crown and chlamys and gl cr . ex Theta
Mint: Thessalonica?
Date: 641-668 CE
SB 1023 or 1015 if Helmet of Contans has cross(1023) or without cross (1025)
13mm/18mm 4.95 gm
wileyc
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AE follis Constans II SB 111012 viewsObverse: Constans on l., with long beard holds long cross, Constantine IV on r., beardless , stg. facing, each wearing crown; Constans wears military attire, hid son wears chlamys and holds gl.cr.
Reverse: Large M, above monogram 35; in ex. SCL; to l. Heraclius beardless, stg. facing, wearing crown and chlamys, and holding gl, cr.; similar figure of Tiberius.
Mint: Syracuse
Date: 659-668
Sear 1110
15/19mm 1.82
wileyc
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AE follis Constans II SB 111018 viewsObverse: Constans on l., with long beard holds long cross, Constantine IV on r., beardless , stg. facing, each wearing crown; Constans wears military attire, hid son wears chlamys and holds gl.cr.
Reverse: Large M, above monogram 35; in ex. SCL; to l. Heraclius beardless, stg. facing, wearing crown and chlamys, and holding gl, cr.; similar figure of Tiberius.
Mint: Syracuse
Date: 659-668
Sear 1110
19mm 1.82
wileyc
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AE follis Heraclius SB 80432 viewsObverse: DN hRACLIYS PERP AVD or similar Cuir. bust facing. bearded, wearing crown or sometime plumed helmet. Holding gl. cr. and shield.
Reverse: Cross above, Large M between ANNO and numerals representing the regnal yr. I/II yr 3, Officina yr below (gamma), con in ex.
Mint: Constantinople
Date: 612/3 CE
Sear 804
26mm, 10.15gm
wileyc
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Ae follis Heraclius SB 80529 viewsObverse: dd NN hERACLIYS ET hERA> CONST PP A or similar often overstruck as in this coin though on reverse. Heraclius, bearded on l., and Heraclius Constantine on r. stg facing each wearing crown and chlamys, and holding gl. cr. or occasionally long cross in rt hand; between their heads, cross.
Reverse: As last but sometimes with chi Rho rt facing as in this coin, sometimes with cross, Large M between ANNO and numerals representing the regnal yr. II/II yr 4, Officina yr below (gamma), con in ex.
Mint: Constantinople
Date: 613/4 CE
Sear 805
34mm, 11.06gm
wileyc
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AE follis Heraclius SB 80539 viewsObverse: dd NN hERACLIYS ET hERA> CONST PP A or similar often overstruck as in this coin though on reverse. Heraclius, bearded on l., and Heraclius Constantine on r. stg facing each wearing crown and chlamys, and holding gl. cr. or occasionally long cross in rt hand; between their heads, cross.
Reverse: As last but sometimes with chi Rho rt facing as in this coin, sometimes with cross, Large M between ANNO and numerals representing the regnal yr. U yr %, Officina yr below (gamma), con in ex.
Mint: Constantinople
Date: 614/5 CE
Sear 805
32mm, 11.57gm
wileyc
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AE follis Heraclius SB 80521 viewsObverse: dd NN hERACLIYS ET hERA> CONST PP A or similar often overstruck as in this coin though on reverse. Heraclius, bearded on l., and Heraclius Constantine on r. stg facing each wearing crown and chlamys, and holding gl. cr. or occasionally long cross in rt hand; between their heads, cross.
Reverse: As last but sometimes with chi Rho rt facing as in this coin, sometimes with cross, Large M between ANNO and numerals representing the regnal yr. II (2), Officina yr below (A), con in ex.
Mint: Constantinople
Date: 613/4 CE
Sear 805
37mm, 12.40gm
wileyc
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AE follis Heraclius SB 80513 viewsObverse: dd NN hERACLIYS ET hERA> CONST PP A or similar often overstruck as in this coin though on reverse. Heraclius, bearded on l., and Heraclius Constantine on r. stg facing each wearing crown and chlamys, and holding gl. cr. or occasionally long cross in rt hand; between their heads, cross.
Reverse: As last but sometimes with chi Rho rt facing as in this coin, sometimes with cross, Large M between ANNO and numerals representing the regnal yr. U yr %, Officina yr below (gamma), con in ex.
Mint: Constantinople
Date: 614/5 CE
Sear 805
34mm, 10.16gm
wileyc
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AE follis Heraclius SB 80516 viewsObverse: dd NN hERACLIYS ET hERA> CONST PP A or similar often overstruck as in this coin though on reverse. Heraclius, bearded on l., and Heraclius Constantine on r. stg facing each wearing crown and chlamys, and holding gl. cr. or occasionally long cross in rt hand; between their heads, cross.
Reverse: As last but sometimes with chi Rho rt facing as in this coin, sometimes with cross, Large M between ANNO and numerals representing the regnal yr. II/II yr 4, Officina yr below (gamma), con in ex.
Mint: Constantinople
Date: 613/4 CE
Sear 805
25mm, 7.82gm
wileyc
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AE follis Heraclius SB 80515 viewsObverse: dd NN hERACLIYS ET hERA> CONST PP A or similar often overstruck as in this coin though on reverse. Heraclius, bearded on l., and Heraclius Constantine on r. stg facing each wearing crown and chlamys, and holding gl. cr. or occasionally long cross in rt hand; between their heads, cross.
Reverse: As last but sometimes with chi Rho rt facing as in this coin, sometimes with cross, Large M between ANNO and numerals representing the regnal yr. II/11 (4), Officina yr below (Delta), con in ex.
Mint: Constantinople
Date: 615/6 CE
Sear 805
25mm, 10.25
wileyc
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AE follis Heraclius SB 80612 viewsObverse: No legend, Heraclius in centre, Heraclius Constantine on r., and Empress Martina on L. all standing each wearing a crown and chlamys, holding a gl. cr. in r. hand. Two crosses in field either side of Heraclius head.
Reverse: Cross above, Large M between ANNO and numerals representing the regnal yr. GII (8), Officina yr below (delta), con in ex.
Mint: Constantinople
Date: 616/7 CE
Sear 804
22mm, 5.43gm
wileyc
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AE follis Heraclius, SB 80629 viewsObverse: Heraclius in center, Heraclius Constantine on r., and the Empress MArtina on l, all stg facing; each wearing crown and chlamys, and holding gl. cr. in r. hand two crosses in field either side of Heraclius head
Reverse: Large M between ANNO and regnal yr (x,II,I) cross above, CON in ex
Mint: Constantinople
Date:622/3 CE
Sear 806 DO 89-91
25mm 6.74gm
Sear notes that this type is normally overstruck on folles of Phocas or less frequently on those of earlier reigns
Mint
wileyc
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AE follis Heraclius, SB 80822 viewsObverse: Heraclius in center, Heraclius Constantine on r., and the Empress MArtina on l, all stg facing; each wearing crown and chlamys, and holding gl. cr. in r. hand two crosses in field either side of Heraclius head
Reverse: Large M, ANNO above, Monogram 23 or 24 to l., regnal yr to rt (X,GI,II)
Mint: Constantinople
Date: 628/9 CE
Sear 808 DO 99-103
28 mm 5.29 gm
Sear notes that this type is normally overstruck on coins of Maurice Tiberius or Phocas and often on half folles rather than folles due to the much reduced module of this issue. The weight of 5.29gm is indicative of this
wileyc
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AE follis Heraclius, SB 81023 viewsObverse: No legend, Heraclius on l., Heraclius Constantine on r. both stg. facing cross between heads, Heraclius wears a crown and military dress, holds long cross and has a moustache and long beard. his son on r. has short beard, wears a crown and chlamys, holding a gl. cr.
Reverse: Large M, between ANNO and regnal year XX, c surmounted by cross above, Officina letter A below, CON in ex.
Mint: Constantinople
Date: 629/30 CE
Sear 810 DO 105-16
25mm 7.76gm
wileyc
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AE follis Heraclius, SB 81022 viewsObverse: Heraclius on l., Heraclius Constantine on r., stg facing, cross above their heads; Heraclius wears crown and military dress, holds long cross, and has a moustache and long beard; his son with short beard, wears crown and chlamys and holds gl, cr.
Reverse: Large M between ANNO and regnal year (blundered) Monogram 25 above
Mint: Constantinople
Date 619-630 CE
Sear 810 DO 105-16
28mm 6.98 gm
wileyc
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AE follis Heraclius, SB 81029 viewsObverse: No legend, Heraclius on l., Heraclius Constantine on r. both stg. facing cross between heads, Heraclius wears a crown and military dress, holds long cross and has a moustache and long beard. his son on r. has short beard, wears a crown and chlamys, holding a gl. cr.
Reverse: Large M, between ANNO and regnal year XX, c surmounted by cross above, Officina letter A below, CON in ex.
Mint: Constantinople
Date: 629/30 CE
Sear 810 DO 105-16
24mm 6.10gm
wileyc
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AE follis Heraclius, SB 81018 viewsObverse: No legend, Heraclius on l., Heraclius Constantine on r. both stg. facing cross between heads, Heraclius wears a crown and military dress, holds long cross and has a moustache and long beard. his son on r. has short beard, wears a crown and chlamys, holding a gl. cr.
Reverse: Large M, between ANNO and regnal year XX, c surmounted by cross above, Officina letter A below, CON in ex.
Mint: Constantinople
Date: off flan
Sear 810 DO 105-16
20mm 6.08ggm
wileyc
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AE follis Heraclius, SB 834 26 viewsObverse: Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine, dd NN hERACLIVS ET hERA CON, Heraclius, on left and Heraclius Constantine on right, cross between their heads, each wearing crown and chlamys and each holding cross on globe
Reverse:Large M, ANNO to left, cross or chi-rho above, regnal year to right GI (7), officina letter below "delta" mintmark NIKO.
Mint: Nicomedia
Date: 616/7 CE
Sear 834
25mm, 7.45g
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AE follis Heraclius, SB 84930 viewsObv: No legand. Heralius , H. Constantine and Empress MArtina all stg. facing wearing crown and chlamys, holding gl. cr. in rt hand.
Reverse: Large M between ANNO and regnal yr XUII officina below M gamma, KVIIP in exergue
Mint: Cyprus?
Date 626/7 CE
17/27mm 4.51gm
Sear 849 DO 184-5
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AE follis Heraclius, SB 84925 viewsOverstruck on unk coin
Obv: No legand. Heralius , H. Constantine and Empress MArtina all stg. facing wearing crown and chlamys, holding gl. cr. in rt hand.
Reverse: Lg M ANNO to l., unk regnal yr to rt
Mint: Cyprus?
Date:627-30 CE
16/26mm 4.37gm
Sear 849 DO 184-5
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AE half follis Heraclius SB 81523 viewsObverse: Heraclius in military dress and Hercaclius Constantine stg, facing, cross between heads.
Reverse: Large K, ANNO to l., cross above reganal yr possibly XXG
Mint: Constantinople
Date:629-640 CE
Sear 815 DO 118-24
20mm 3.59gm
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AR half Siliqua Heraclius, SB 87128 viewsObverse: DN :Greek_epsilon:RAC :Greek_Lambda:IO PP AV or similar, Crowned, dr, and cuir bust facing beardless
Reverse: No legend, facing busts of Heraclius Constantine on L., and Martina on r., the former wearing crown and Chlamys, the other latter , crown with long pendilla and robes, between thier heads, cross and with four dots between down lower.
Mint: Carthage
Date: 610-641 CE
Sear 871
.66gm 9mm
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Artukids of Mardin, Husam al-Din Yuluq Arslan bin Il-Ghazi, AE-Dirhem, 580-597 AH / 1184-1201 AD94 viewsHusam al-Din Yuluq Arslan bin Il-Ghazi "Hüsameddin Yoluk Arslan bin İlgazi" 580-597 AH, AE-Dirhem / AE 31, 13,01 g., 580-597 AH / 1184-1201 AD
Obv.: ﺮﻜﺑ ﺭﺎﻳﺩ ﻚﻠﻣ ﻦﻳﺪﻟ ﻡﺎﺴﺣ "Hüsameddin Melik-i Diyarbekir" , Large Roman-style head left, small Byzantine bust facing.
Rev.: ﻦﻳﺪﻟ ﺡﻼﺻ ﺮﺻﺎﻨﻟﺍ ﻚﻠﻤﻟﺍ ﺏﻮﻳﺍ ﻦﺑ ﻒﺳﻮﻳ ﻦﻴﻨﻣﺆﻤﻟﺍﺮﻴﻣﺍ ﻪﻟﻭﺩﻰﺤﻣ , "El Melik el-Nasır Salaheddin Muhiyyüd' Devle emir'ül müminin Yusuf bin Eyub"
Spengler/Sayles 34 ; UE-1457 .

On December 19, 1189 AD the Artuqid region witnessed an occulation of jupiter as it passed behind the sun. So some think the large Roman-style head left allegorises the Sun and the small Byzantine bust facing allegorises Jupiter.
Maybe these are simple allusions to still well known coin types of Claudius/Nero and Heraclius to ease the money exchange with the Byzantine empire.

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B 012 Heraclius (610-641 A.D.), SB-0834, A/NIKO, AE-Follis (40 Nummia), Nikopolis, G (Year VI), #1,65 viewsB 012 Heraclius (610-641 A.D.), SB-0834, A/NIKO, AE-Follis (40 Nummia), Nikopolis, G (Year VI), #1,
avers: Heraclius, on left and Heraclius Constantine on right, cross between their heads, each wearing crown and chlamys and each holding cross on globe.
revers: "M" ANNO/G/A, Large M, ANNO to left, Cross above, regnal year to right G("VI"), officina letter below "A", mintmark NIKO.
exe: A/N/N/O/G//NIKO, diameter: 24mm, weight: 9,25g, axis:7h,
mint:Nicopolis, date: A.D., ref: SB-0834, p-178,
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B 014 Constans II. (641-668 A.D.), SB 1110, Syracuse, -/-//SCL, AE-24-Follis (40 Nummia), #1112 viewsB 014 Constans II. (641-668 A.D.), SB 1110, Syracuse, -/-//SCL, AE-24-Follis (40 Nummia), #1
avers: - No legend, Constans with long beard, on left, left hand on hip, crowned and in military dress, holding long cross, and Constantine IV, unbearded and crowned, on right, holding cross on globe.
revers: - Large M, Heraclius, crowned, wearing chlamys, standing on left, holding cross on globe, TKw monogram above, Tiberius, crowned, wearing chlamys, standing on right, holding cross on globe.
exerg: -/-//SCL, diameter: 20-24mm, weight: g, axes: h,
mint: Syracuse, date: , ref: SB 1110, DOC 181.
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B 014 Constans II. (641-668 A.D.), SB 1110, Syracuse, -/-//SCL, AE-24-Follis (40 Nummia), #2119 viewsB 014 Constans II. (641-668 A.D.), SB 1110, Syracuse, -/-//SCL, AE-24-Follis (40 Nummia), #2
avers: - No legend, Constans with long beard, on left, left hand on hip, crowned and in military dress, holding long cross, and Constantine IV, unbearded and crowned, on right, holding cross on globe.
revers: - Large M, Heraclius, crowned, wearing chlamys, standing on left, holding cross on globe, TKw monogram above, Tiberius, crowned, wearing chlamys, standing on right, holding cross on globe.
exerg: -/-//SCL, diameter: 21,5-24mm, weight: 3,80g, axes:6h,
mint: Syracuse, date: , ref: SB 1110, DOC 181.
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BCC B1133 viewsByzantine Period _ Caesarea Maritima
Heraclius 610-641 CE
AE Follis with overstrike.
Obv:Facing bust of Heraclius ...AV[G]
At 7h: XX[XX], above: ANNO To right: I (part of NIKO?)
Rev:Large M, to right II, above, cross,
below Γ, in ex CON. To left: traces
of legend from base coin ...P AVG
Base coin: Phocas 602-610 CE,
Uncertain mint/year
35x30mm. 11.94gm. Axis:240
SB 804? over SB 659 Nicomedia?
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BCC B1227 viewsByzantine Period - Caesarea
Heraclius and H. Constantine
610-641CE AE Follis
Obv:Two figures standing facing.
Rev:Large M, Christogram above,
to left, ANNO, to right II/II, Below, ?
in exergue: [CON]
31x28.5mm. 11.63gm. Axis:210
SB 805
Undertype:Phocas and Leonitia?
602-610 CE SB 639?
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BCC b216 viewsByzantine - Caesarea Maritima
Base coin - Constantinople mint
Heraclius 610-641CE
AE follis 40 nummia
Obv: Traces of image.
REV: Large M, below, gamma. in ex. CON
Countermarks of Heraclian monograms
type 1f (var.) and type 2c, (Schulze et. al.)
23x28mm. 4.65gm.
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BCC B3x63 viewsByzantine Caesarea
Uncertain mint
Heraclius 610-641CE
AE cut follis with CM
Obv:Traces of facing bust and inscription
Rev:Large M, cross above, to
left A[N...]. Overstruck on
40 nummia (XXXX) of Phocas?.
Finally struck with Heraclian monogram
CM type 1c (Schulze et. al. 2006)
31.5x23mm. 5.18gm.
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BCC B540 viewsByzantine
Heraclius 610-641CE
AE 1/2 follis 20 nummia
Obv: Traces of image.
Rev: Large K
Countermark of Heraclian
monogram type 2c, (Schulze et al)
c/m 8mm, die worn and cracked at top
18x23mm. 4.85g.
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BCC B7x19 viewsHeraclius 610-641CE
Sasanian occupation of Egypt
Khusro II, ca. 618-628CE
AE 12 nummia, Alexandria Mint.
Obv:Facing bust of Khusro II, cuirassed,
wearing crown with simple cross. Star and
crescent to left and right.
Rev: I B, in between, cross on globe,
In exergue, ΑΛΕΞ
18mm. 10.46gm. Axis:0
SB 855
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BCC B819 viewsByzantine Period
Heraclius 610-641CE
Sasanian occupation of Egypt
ca. 618-628CE
AE Hexanummium, Alexandria Mint.
Obv:Palm tree with fruit.
Rev: Large S,
20x18mm. 6.80gm. Axis:30
SB 864
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BCC B930 viewsByzantine Period
Heraclius 610-641CE
AE 40 Nummia, Cyprus Mint.
Obv:Heraclius, Heraclius Constantine,
and Empress Martina, each with Globus Cruciger.
Rev:Large M, ANNO to left, [P on h monogram]
above, Year XUIII (18) to right, officina Γ (3)
below, mintmark ΚΥΠΡ in Greek.
20mm. 5.46gm. Axis:210
Regnal Year 18 (627-628CE)
Striking black Caesarea patina.
SB 849
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BYZANTINE EMPIRE - Constans II70 viewsBYZANTINE EMPIRE - Constans II (641-668 AD) AV Solidus. Struck c. 661-663 AD. Constantinople. Facing busts of Constans, bearded and Constantine IV, beardless; cross between heads D N CONST. . ./ VICTORIA AVGU Cross potent on three steps between standing figures of Heraclius and Tiberius. CONOB in exurge (Constantinople mint). Sear # sb0964. 4.42 g. Coin was mounted in 18k bezel, so some minor field damage. dpaul7
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BYZANTINE EMPIRE - Heraclius34 viewsBYZANTINE EMPIRE - Heraclius (610-641 AD) AE Follis. Obv.: DN hRACLI PERP AVG Bust of Emperor with short beard, facing, in plumed, feathered helmet, curiassed; holding cross & chield. Rev.: Large M, ANNO to left, cross above, II to right, "A" below M. KYZ in exurge. Cyzicus mint. Sear 839, MIB 184.

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BYZANTINE EMPIRE - HERACLIUS45 viewsSear 815: c. 621 A.D. Obverse: To left, Heraclius standing, with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross, holding long cross in right hand. To right, Heraclius Constantine standing, with short beard, wearing chlamys and crown with cross; in right hand, globus cruciger. Between heads, cross. To left, ; to right, K (usually not clear). Reverse: Large K. Above, cross. To left, A/N/N/O; To right, XX. Beneath, officina.
(Attribution courtesy of PEP!)
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Byzantine Empire, Constans II, September 641 - 15 July 668 A.D.45 viewsGold solidus, DOC II-2 Heraclonas 1c (not in the coll., refs. T.), Hahn MIB 3a, Tolstoi 13, Sommer 12.1, SBCV 936, Wroth BMC -, Morrison BnF -; Ratto -, VF, well centered, double strike, some legend weak, light scratches and bumps, 8th officina, Constantinople (Istanbul, Turkey) mint, weight 4.479g, maximum diameter 20.6mm, die axis 180o, Sep 641 - 642/644 A.D.; obverse d N CONSTANTINYS P P AVG, crowned and cuirassed beardless bust facing, small head, wearing chlamys, crown ornamented with cross on circlet, globus cruciger in right hand; reverse VICTORIA AVGY H, cross potent on three steps, CONOB in exergue.

FORVM / The Sam Mansourati Collection.

In 641, when Heraclius died, he was succeeded by his sons Constantine III and Heracleonas. When Constantine III died after only a few months, the Byzantine people suspected that Heracleonas had poisoned him. Heracleonas was deposed, mutilated and banished. Constans II, the son of Constantine III, became emperor. This type is attributed to Heraclonas in DOC II-2 and Morrison BnF but today it is accepted as the first issue of Constantine II.
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Byzantine Empire, Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine (Overstruck) AE Follis.10 viewsNicomedia 610-641 A.D. 12.25g - 29.8mm, Axis 6h.

Obv: [dd NN hERACLIVS ET hERA CON] - Heraclius on left and Heraclius Constantine on right, cross between their heads, each wearing crown and chlamys and each holding cross on globe.

Rev: Large M, ANNO to left, cross or above, regnal year to right, officina letter A below. Mintmark NIK.

SB 834.
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Byzantine Empire: Constans II & Contantine IV (641-668) Nummi, Syracuse (Sear-1110)28 viewsObv: Constans, holding long cross with right hand, and Constantine IV, both crowned, standing facing
Rev: Large M; to the left, crowned figure of Heraclius standing facing, monogram above; to right, crowned figure of Tiberius standing facing; SCL in exergue

This coin has been overstruck as you can see Constans & Constantine poking their faces on the reverse edge :-D.
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Byzantine Empire: Constans II (641-668) AR Hexagram, Constantinople (Sear-998; DOC 57; MIB-152; Yannopoulos 189-223)41 viewsObv: To left, bust of Constans, facing, with long beard, wearing chlamys and crown with cross on circlet in front and behind it, plume. To right, Constantine IV, beardless, wearing chlamys and similar crown without plume. Between heads, cross
Rev: Cross potent on base over globe on three steps. To left, Heraclius, to right, smaller Tiberius, both beardless, each wearing chlamys and crown with cross
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Byzantine Empire: Constans II (641-668) AV Solidus, Carthage (Sear 1043; DOC 125; MIB 72b)15 viewsObv: Crowned and draped facing busts of Constans, holding globus cruciger, and Constantine
Rev: Cross potent set on globe; at sides, crowned and draped facing busts of Heraclius and Tiberius; P below
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Byzantine Empire: Constantine IV Pogonatus (668-685) AE Follis, Syracuse Mint (Sear-1209; Berk-740)14 viewsObv: Constantine IV standing facing, wearing helmet and cuirass and holding spear
Rev: Large M between facing standing figures of Heraclius on left and Tiberius on right; above M, monogram; in exergue, SCL
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Byzantine Empire: Constantine IV Pogonatus (668-685) Hexagram, Constantinople (Sear-1168)20 viewsObv: D N CONATANY. Helmeted bust facing slightly right, holding spear and shield.
Rev: DEYS ADIYTA ROmANIS. Cross potent set on globe on three steps; Heraclius, holding long cross, and Tiberius, holding globus cruciger, standing facing on either side.
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Byzantine Empire: Constantine IV Pogonatus (668-685) Æ Half Follis, Rome (Sear-1234; DOC 83; MIB 115)5 viewsObv: Crowned facing bust of Constantine, holding spear
Rev: Crowned facing busts of Heraclius and Tiberius; between, cross above X/X; ROM in exergue
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Byzantine Empire: Heraclius (610-641 CE) AV Solidus, Carthage, IY 14 (Sear 866; DOC 202; MIB 83) 9 viewsObv: D-N ЄR-ACLIO P P IΔ; crowned, cuirassed bust of Heraclius facing, wearing pendilia, globus cruciger in right hand
Rev: VICTORIA • AVGG A; cross potent set on three steps; in exergue, CONOB
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Byzantine Empire: Heraclius (610-641 CE) Æ 6 Nummi, Alexandria (Sear-864; DOC 200; MIB 211)20 viewsObv: Large S
Rev: Palm tree with dates


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Byzantine Empire: Heraclius (610-641) AE Follis, Thessalonica (Sear-825)23 viewsObv: Martina on left, Heraclius in centre and Heraclius Constantine on right, standing facing, all crowned and wearing chlamys and all holding cross on globe
Rev: Large M, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right, B or G below, mintmark ΘЄC
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Byzantine Empire: Heraclius (610-641) Decanummium, Carthage Mint (Sear-859)20 viewsObv: D N ERACLIO P P AVG.
Draped and cuirassed bust facing, wearing crown cruciger.
Rev: Large X between M and N; above, cross; below, star; pellet below M and N .
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Byzantine Empire: Heraclius (610-641) Hexagram, Constantinople (Sear-798)20 viewsObv: ddNN hERACLIYS ET hERA CONST; Heraclius left, bearded and Heraclius Constantinus right, without beard, enthroned facing, both wearing cruciform crown and chlamys, holding globus cruciger. Cross between their heads
Rev: DEYS ADIYTA ROMANIS; Cross on pellet and three steps, K in right field
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Byzantine Empire: Heraclius (610-641) Æ Decanummium, Catania (Sear-885; DOC 254; MIB-240)15 viewsObv: Crowned, draped, and cuirassed bust facing, holding globus cruciger
Rev: Large I; date across field
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Byzantine Empire: Heraclius (610-641) Æ Decanummium, Catania (Sear-886; DOC-257; Anastasi-62; MIB-241)14 viewsObv: Crowned, draped, and cuirassed busts of Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine facing; cross above
Rev: Large I; X/ς (date) to right; CAT below
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Byzantine Empire: Heraclius (610-641) Æ Decanummium, Constantinople (Sear 816; DOC 75a; MIB 172)14 viewsObv: dN hRAC-LI PERP AVG or similar; Crowned, draped, and cuirassed bust of Heraclius facing
Rev: Large I; cross above, star to left, Δ to right; CON in exergue
Dim: 18mm, 4.10g
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Byzantine Empire: Heraclius (610-641) Æ Decanummium, Thessalonica (Sear-818; DOC-97)15 viewsObv: Diademed, draped, and cuirassed bust right
Rev: Large X; cross above, date to right
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Byzantine Empire: Heraclius (610-641) Æ Follis, Constantinople (Sear-807var; DOC 92a; MIB-161.2var)22 viewsObv: Heraclius, Heraclius Constantine, and Martina standing facing, each holding globus cruciger; crosses flanking Heraclius’ head
Rev: Large M; cross above, date across field; A//CON
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Byzantine Empire: Heraclius (610-641) Æ Follis, Constantinople, RY 3 (Sear 805; DOC 76b)20 viewsObv: ddNNhЄRACLI ЧSЄT hЄRACONSTPAV; Heraclius, on left, and Heraclius Constantine, on right, standing facing, each holding long cross; cross above
Rev: Large M; Christogram above, A/N/N/O II/I across field; B below; CON in exergue


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Byzantine Empire: Heraclius (610-641) Æ Follis, Cyzicus, RY 1 (Sear 839; DOC 167a; MIB 184)12 viewsObv: dN hRACLI PERP AVG; Helmeted, diademed, and cuirassed facing bust of Heraclius, holding cross and shield
Rev: Large M; cross above, A/N/N/O - I across fields; A below, KYZ in exergue
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Byzantine Empire: Heraclius (610-641) Æ Follis, Ravenna, RY 23 (Sear-915; DOC 302; MIB-254; Ranieri-610)12 viewsObv: Figures of Heraclonas, Heraclius, and Heraclius Constantine standing facing, each crowned (except Heraclonas who wears a plain cap) and holding globus cruciger; cross to upper left
Rev: Large M; monogram above, A/N/N/O to left, X/X/I[I]/I (date) to right, Λ (A without crossbar) below; RAV

From the Prue Morgan Fitts Collection; Ex Triton XIII (5 January 2010), lot 1658
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Byzantine Empire: Heraclius (610-641) Æ Follis, Sicily (Sear-882; DOC 241b; Anastasi-32bis)22 viewsObv: Crowned and draped facing bust of Heraclius; monogram to right; all within circular punch
Rev: SCL within circular punch
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Byzantine Empire: Heraclius (610-641) Æ Follis, Syracuse (Sear-884; DOC-243; Berk-610)10 viewsObv: Oval counterstamp containing facing busts of long-bearded Heraclius and short-bearded Heraclius Constantine.
Rev: Oval counterstamp containing monogram and letters SCs.

Undertype: Follis of Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine from Constantinople
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Byzantine Empire: Heraclius (610-641) Æ Half Follis, Rome (Sear-889; DOC 261; MIB 243a)6 viewsObv: Crowned and draped facing busts of Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine
Rev: Large XX; cross above; ROM in exergue
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Byzantine Empire: Heraclius (610-641) Æ Half Follis, Thessalonica, RY 4 (Sear 830; DOC 139-45)10 viewsObv: d N hЄRAC-LIЧS PP AVC; to left, Heraclius; to right, Heraclius Constantine; each standing (sometimes seated), wearing chlamys and crown with cross, and holding globus cruciger in right hand; Between heads, cross
Rev: Large K; to left, A/N/N/O; to right date; ΘЄC (TЄS or ΘЄS) in exergue
Dimensions: 18 mm, 4.87 g, 6 h
Provenance: CNG Coins Electronic Auction 303, Lot 591

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Byzantine Empire: Heraclius (610-641) Æ Half Follis, Thessalonica, RY 5 (Sear 830; DOC 139-45)10 viewsObv: d N hЄRAC-LIЧS PP AVC; to left, Heraclius; to right, Heraclius Constantine; each standing (sometimes seated), wearing chlamys and crown with cross, and holding globus cruciger in right hand; Between heads, cross
Rev: Large K; to left, A/N/N/O; to right date; ΘЄC (TЄS or ΘЄS) in exergue
Provenance: Labarum.info Plate Coin

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Byzantine Empire: Heraclius (610-641) Æ Half Follis, Thessalonica, RY 8 (Sear 830; DOC 139-45)11 viewsObv: d N hЄRAC-LIЧS PP AVC; to left, Heraclius; to right, Heraclius Constantine; each standing (sometimes seated), wearing chlamys and crown with cross, and holding globus cruciger in right hand; Between heads, cross
Rev: Large K; to left, A/N/N/O; to right date; ΘЄC (TЄS or ΘЄS) in exergue
Dimensions: 3.73 g
Provenance: Fritz Rudolf Künker GmbH & Co. eLive Auction 32, Lot 140

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Byzantine Empire: Heraclius (610-641) Æ Half Follis, Thessalonica, RY 8 (Sear 830; DOC 139-45)9 viewsObv: d N hЄRAC-LIЧS PP AVC; to left, Heraclius; to right, Heraclius Constantine; each standing (sometimes seated), wearing chlamys and crown with cross, and holding globus cruciger in right hand; Between heads, cross
Rev: Large K; to left, A/N/N/O; to right date; ΘЄC (TЄS or ΘЄS) in exergue
Dimensions: 23.14 mm, 5.87 g, 6 h
Provenance: Agora Auctions Numismatic Auction 66, Lot 286

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Byzantine Empire: Heraclius (610-641CE) Æ Follis, Constantinople, RY 31 (Sear 811; MIB 166)16 viewsObv: Heraclonas, crowned, wearing chlamys, and holding cross on globe on left; Heraclius, crowned, in military dress and holding long cross in center, Heraclius Constantine, crowned, and wearing chlamys, with short beard and holding cross on globe, on right, all standing facing
Rev: Large M, ANNO to left, PTh monogram, resembling a chi-rho above, regnal year to right, officina letter below; CON in exergue
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Byzantine Empire: Heraclius (610-641CE) Æ ¾ Follis, Constantinople (Sear-812)12 viewsObv: Stanting figure of Heraclius in military garb holding spear in right hand and Heraclius Constantine wearing chlamys holding globus cruciger in right hand, cross between heads.
Rev: Large Λ, to left downwards ANNO, between limbs officina letter Γ

Overstruck on three standing figure follis of Heraclius minted in Constantinople
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Byzantine Empire: Heraclius with Heraclius Constantine (610-641 CE) AV Solidus, Carthage, IY 6 (Sear 867; DOC 208; MIB 84a)12 viewsObv: D N ЄRACLIO ЄT ЄRA CONST P P S; To left, bust of Heraclius with short beard; to right, smaller bust of Heraclius Constantine, beardless; each wears cuirass, paludamentum, and crown with cross; Between heads, cross
Rev: VICTOR-IA AVCC S; Cross potent on base and two steps; in exergue, CONOB
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Byzantine Empire: Heraclius with Heraclius Constantine (610-641 CE) AV Solidus, Carthage, IY 7 (Sear 867; DOC 209; MIB 84a)9 viewsObv: D N ЄRACLIO ЄT ЄRA CONST P P Z; To left, bust of Heraclius with short beard; to right, smaller bust of Heraclius Constantine, beardless; each wears cuirass, paludamentum, and crown with cross; Between heads, cross
Rev: VICTOR-IA AVCC Z; Cross potent on base and two steps; in exergue, CONOB
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Byzantine Empire: Heraclius, with Heraclius Constantine (610-641) Æ Half Follis, Constantinople (Sear-815; DOC 118a; MIB 171a)11 viewsObv: Heraclius, wearing military attire and holding long cross, and Heraclius Constantine, wearing chlamys and holding globus cruciger, standing facing; each wearing crown
Rev: Large K; A/N/N/O to left, cross above, XX (date) to right, A below

ex Prue Morgan Fitts Collection; ex Classical Numismatic Group Electronic Auction 354, 1 July 2015, Lot 651
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Byzantine Empire: Heraclus (610-641) Æ follis, Isaura, RY18 (Sear 849)13 viewsObv: Heraclius, Heraclius Constantine, and Empress Martina standing facing, each wearing crown and chlamys and holding globus cruciger
Rev: Large M between A/N/N/O and X/ЧI/II; above, cross, beneath, Γ; in exergue KVΠP
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Byzantine Empire: Stephanos apo hypaton, patrikios and general kommerkiarios of the apotheke of First and Second Cappadocia (659-668 CE) Pb Seal (BLS I, 138-144)25 viewsObv: CTЄΦANϪ APϪ / PA TШN ΠATPIKI / ϪKAI ΓЄNIKϪ KOMM / ЄPKIA; Facing busts of Constans II, with helmet and long beard, on left, wearing crown and chlamys, and Constantine IV, on right, wearing crown and chlamys; both holding globus cruciger; above, cross
Rev: PIϪ AΠΟΘHKHC K / AΠΠΑΔOKIAC / ΠPШTHC KAI / ΔЄYTЄPAC; Facing busts of Heraclius, on left, wearing crown and chlamys, and Tiberius, on right, wearing crown and chlamys; both holding globus cruciger; above, cross
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Byzantine Heraclius quarter siliqua - UNIQUE8 viewsHaraclius, AR quarter siliqua, mint of Carthage.
10 mm ; 0.25 gr.
Obv. D.N.ERACAIO PP AV (or similar). Crowned, dr. and cuir. bust facing, beardless.
Rev. Cross potent, with star in each angle.

D.O. ..., BMC ..., T ...., R ...., BN ...(but now in BN), MIB 150 ; Sear 871a

Unique
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BYZANTINE, Constantine IV, AV Solidus.114 viewsConstantine IV, Pogonatus, 15 July 668 - 10 July 685 A.D.

Cf. Sear 1153.
Constantine IV ruled jointly with his father, Constans II, from A.D.654 to A.D.668, and then with his brothers, Heraclius and Tiberius, from A.D.659 until A.D. 681.
Constantine IV, Pogonatus should be credited with saving Europe from Muslim conquest when, after besieging Constantinople for four years, the Arabs led by caliph Muawija I were forced to retreat. The use by the Byzantines of the famous "Greek Fire" having made the city impregnable. In A.D.681 Constantine IV deposed his two brothers. Constantine IV was succeeded by his 16 year old son Justinian II in A.D.685.

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BYZANTINE, Heraclius 610-641 Constantinople (CON)55 viewsObv: Emperor and Heraclius Constantine Standing
Rev: Large M, ANNO XXII, Counterstrike of Heraclius Monogram Similar to Sear 22, and a Second Counterstrike of Uncertain Attribution
Sear 810
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BYZANTINE, Heraclius, AE Follis, 3 Offizin 3 year, Constantinople 23 viewsHeraclius 3 Offizin 3 year Constantinople SEAR 805Franz-Josef M
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BYZANTINE, Heraclius, c.A.D.610-641, AV Solidus124 viewsAlthough Heraclius decisively defeated Parthia, his army was in turn defeated by the invading Muslims when a sandstorm blinded his troops at the battle of Yarmuk and as a result, the Levant, Egypt and North Africa were all lost.2 commentsgoldcoin
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BYZANTINE, Heraclius, Follis16 viewsHeraclius Constantine, Heraclius, MartinaFranz-Josef M
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BYZANTINE, Heraclius, Follis17 viewsFranz-Josef M
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BYZANTINE, Heraclius, Heraclius Constantine and Heraclonas Solidus293 viewsHeraclius AD 610-641, with Heraclius Constantine and Heraclonas. Gold Solidus Constantinopolis, 5th officina, AD 638/9-641
Heraclius (in centre), Heraclius Constantine (on r.) and Heraclonas (on l.), all standing facing, holding globus cruciger
VICTORIA AVGЧE; cross potent set on three steps, monogram to left; CONOB in ex
Sear 769; 4.46g; 20mm

This coin is resting at least 75 years in private collections, as it came with a ticket dated 8th of May 1936, Robert Ball Nchf., Berlin, Germany.
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Byzantine, Heraclius, quarter siliqua - UNIQUE22 viewsHaraclius, AR quarter siliqua, mint of Carthage.
10 mm ; 0.25 gr.
Obv. D.N.ERACAIO PP AV (or similar). Crowned, dr. and cuir. bust facing, beardless.
Rev. Cross potent, with star in each angle.

D.O. ..., BMC ..., T ...., R ...., BN ...(but now in BN), MIB 150 ; Sear 871a

Unique
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BYZANTINE, Heraclius, Solidus14 viewsHeraclius and Heraclius Constantine Solidus. Circa 616-625 AD. Gold (21mm, 4.30g). Constantinople mint. Large bust of Heraclius with simple crown and small bust of Heraclius Constantine, facing / Cross on three steps. Sear 738, MIB-11gapalp
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Constans II26 viewsConstans II, mint Carthage. Sear 1055.
No legend. Constans (on left), with long beard, and Constantine IV (on right), beardless, standing facing; the former wears crown and cuirass, and holds long cross; the latter wears crown and chlamys; between their head cross (which I didn't notice).
Reverse: Heraclius on left and Tiberius on right, standing facing, each wearing crown and chlamys; between them, large M, with monogram 35 above, and KT(C like symbol with a tail) beneath.

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Constans II AE follis SB 101122 viewsObverse: No legend Constans stg, facing with long beard, wearing long beard, wearing helmet with plume and miltary dress, to left numerals representing the regnal yr and to the rt M with cross above and officina yr (Gamma) below
Reverse: Constantine IV, Heraclius and Tiberius all stg. facing, each wearing a crown and chlamys and holding gl. cr.
Mint: Constantinople
Date: 641-668 CE
22/15 mm 2.39gm
Sear 1011 DO 82-6
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Constans II, SBCV 106213 viewsFragmentary blundered legend
Facing busts of Constans II with long bead and Constantine IV beardless, both wearing crowns and chlamys, each holding globus cruciger
No legend
Facing busts of Heraclius and Tiberius above line, XX below
AE half follis
Carthage mint
21 mm, 4.52g
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Constantin IV Solidus30 viewsCONSTANTINE IV. 668-685 AD. AV Solidus. Carthage mint. Struck 668 AD. Helmeted facing bust, holding spear and shield / Cross potent on three steps; flanked by Heraclius and Tiberius standing facing; pellet to left of cross.

Ref.: Sear, 1188; R., 1651; B.N. 4; D.O. 43; M.I.B.III 20.

Rare
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Constantine IV and sons Heraclius and Tiberius143 views674-681 - Cartago
Ratto 1652
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Constantine IV, SBCV 119513 viewsNo legend
facing bust wearing chlamys
Large M, figures of Heraclius and Tiberius to sides, monogram 35 above
AE follis, 18mm, 6.20g
Carthage mint
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DO 211 (Heraclius Constantine?) - Countermarked Follis - ca. 641 AD - Constantinople mint192 viewsProbable Emperor: Heraclius Constantine (r. 641 AD) (Countermarks)
Condition: VF
Date: ca. 641 AD
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
To left, Heraclius standing, with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross. He holds in right hand long cross, left hand on hip. To right, Heraclius Constantine standing, with short beard, wearing chlamys and crown with cross; in right hand, globus cruciger. Between heads, cross. To left, ; To right, .

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross and ; To left, ///; To right, date (Years 20 or 21); Beneath, .
Exergue:
Countermarks: at 120°; at 300°

Constantinople mint, third officina
DO 211
10.64g; 31.8mm; 180°

Struck on a Sear 810, itself overstruck on a previous Follis of Heraclius.
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EB0975 Heraclius and Son / Large M11 viewsHeraclius and Heraclius Constantine, AE Follis, Nicomedia.
Obverse: [?]P AV[?], Heraclius on left and Heraclius Constantine on right, cross between their heads, each wearing crown and chlamys and each holding cross on globe.
Reverse: Large M, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year IIII to right, officina letter R below, mintmark NIKo.
References: SB 834, MIB 175.
Diameter: 33mm, Weight: 13.808g.
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EB0976 Heraclius / Large M's5 viewsHeraclius AE follis, Nicomedia mint.
Obverse: Helmeted, draped, cuirassed bust facing, holding cross.
Reverse: Large M, overstruck on another Large M, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year III to right, officina letter A below, mintmark [NI]K.
References: Cf. SB 833, MIB 174.
Diameter: 33.5mm, Weight: 11.17g.
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EB0977 Heraclius / Large M3 viewsHeraclius AE follis, Nicomedia mint.
Obverse: Helmeted, draped, cuirassed bust facing, holding cross.
Reverse: Large M, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year II to right, officina letter B below, mintmark NIKO.
References: Cf. SB 833, MIB 174.
Diameter: 28.5mm, Weight: 10.329g.
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EB0978 Heraclius / Large M7 viewsHeraclius, AE Follis. Sicilian mint.
Obverse: Struck on Constantinople folles of Anastasius, Justin I and Justinian I, countermarked by the bust of Heraclius, crowned, draped and cuirassed facing within circular stamp, PTh monogram at top right.
Reverse: Large M, star to left, cross above, crescent to right; mintmark large SCL in circular stamp below.
References: SB 882, DOC 241.
Diameter: 35mm, Weight: 12.524g.
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EB0979 Heraclius and Son / Large K5 viewsHeraclius and Heraclius Constantine. AE Half Follis, Constantinople.
Obverse: Heraclius, bearded and with broad moustache on left, Heraclius Constantine on right, each holding cross on globe.
Reverse: Large K, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year XI to right, officina letter B below.
References: SB 815, MIB 171.
Diameter: 20mm, Weight: 2.943g.
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EB0980 Heraclius and Son / I+B6 viewsHeraclius and Heraclius Constantine, AE 12 Nummi, Alexandria.
Obverse: Facing busts of Heraclius with short beard, on left and Heraclius Constantine.
Reverse: Small cross potent on globe above a solid pyramid shape, I to left, B to right; mintmark AΛEX.
References: Cf. Sear 857,858.
Diameter: 15.5mm, Weight: 4.176g.
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EB0981 Khusru II / I+B8 viewsHeraclius, 610-641 A.D. AE 12 Nummi, Alexandria Mint, struck During the Sasanian occupation, 618-628 AD.
Obverse: No legend, Facing bust of Khusru II, beardless, wearing chlamys and crown surmounted by a cross within a crescent; star to left, crescent to right.
Reverse: Cross potent on globe, I to left, B to right; mintmark AΛEX.
References: SB 856; DOC II 192; MIB 202a.
Diameter: 23.5mm, Weight: 14.9g.
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EB0982 Heraclius and Son / Large I7 viewsHeraclius and Heraclius Constantine, AE Decanummium, Catania mint.
Obverse: No legend, Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine, crowned, draped and cuirassed busts facing, cross between their heads.
Reverse: Large I, ANNO to left, regnal year to right, mintmark CAT.
References: SB 886, MIB 241.
Diameter: 15mm, Weight: 3.494g.
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EB0983 Cross / Large S8 viewsHeraclius, AE 6 Nummi, 610-641 AD. Alexandria.
Obverse: [dd M hERACLS], cross potent.
Reverse: Large S.
References: SB 862, DOC 198.
Diameter: 15.5mm, Weight: 3.011g.
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EB0984 Constans II & Constantine IV / Heraclius & Tiberius5 viewsConstans II. 641-668 AD. AE Follis, Carthage.
Obverse: No legend, Constans, crowned and cuirassed with long beard, holding long cross, on left and Constantine IV, crowned and wearing chlamys, no beard, empty-handed, on right, both standing, cross between their heads.
Reverse: Large M, Heraclius standing to left, TKw-like monogram above, Tiberius standing to right, both sons crowned and wearing chlamys; [mintmark KTS].
References: SB 1055, DOC 147.
Diameter: 23mm, Weight: 5.622g.
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EB0985 Constans II / Constantine IV, Heraclius & Tiberius6 viewsConstans II and Sons, AE Follis, Constantinople.
Obverse: Constans, standing facing in plumed helmet and military dress, holding long cross, left hand on hip; regnal year to left, cross over M over officina letter to right.
Reverse: Constantine IV, Heraclius and Tiberius all standing facing, each wearing crown and chlamys and holding cross on globe.
References: SB 1011, MIB 175.
Diameter: 21mm, Weight: 4.432g.
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EB0988 Constans II & Constantine IV / Heraclius & Tiberius6 viewsConstans II, with Constantine IV, Heraclius, and Tiberius. 641-668. Æ Decanummium. Carthage mint.
Obverse: Facing busts of Constans and Constantine IV; cross above.
Reverse: Facing busts of Heraclius and Tiberius; cross above, X between.
References: SB 1066; DOC 149; MIB 203.
Diameter: 12mm, Weight: 1.749g.
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Follis (Fals)32 viewsPseudo-Byzantine Syrian Arabic, imitating the Cypriot folles of Heraclius (Sear 849); weight 3.99g, diameter 25x20mm.

Obverse: No legend. Three standing crowned imperial figures, each holding long cross in right hand.

Reverse: Large M, cross above, Γ below; to left, garbled, perhaps [?] | retrograde-N | I I I | A; to right, illegible symbols; in exergue, possibly C[ΠΡ].

Official folles from the Cyprus mint were struck during the years 626/9 (= regnal years 17 to 19) and were introduced into the Levant following the Byzantine reoccupation of Syria from the Persians in 629. These imitatives were among the first coins struck after the Arab conquest in 636, and production may have continued into the mid-640s. On this specimen it seems that the central imperial figure has the long beard and moustache portrait type, which was only introduced in Heraclius’ regnal year 20, cf. DOC II(1) Heraclius 184a.3

Reference: Foss pp. 22 – 24
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Follis of Heraclius ? or Constans II ?32 viewsMinted in Constantinople or Thessalonica (Thessaloniki, Greece) ?
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Haraclius, SBCV 807 9 viewsNo legend
Standing, facing figures of Heraclius with Martina left and Heraclius Constantine right, each holding a globus cruciger
Large M, ANNO left, Cross above, X right, A below
CON in ex.
AE follis on roughly cut flan, 29mm, 6.29g
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Heraclius23 viewsHeraclius and Heraclius Constantine follis, probably regnal year 4, from Constantinople, officina 5, overstruck over a follis of Justinian, regnal year 15 or later.Tanit
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Heraclius 7 viewsCross potent on two steps//s

6 nummi
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Heraclius & Heraclius Constantine13 viewsBronze follis, overstruck, 5th officina, Constantinople mint, weight 10.949g, maximum diameter 31.7mm, die axis 180o, 613 - 614 A.D.; obverse dd NN hERACLIuS Et hERA CONSt PP A, Heraclius on left, Heraclius Constantine on right, each in chlamys holding globus cruciger in right, cross between heads; reverse large M (40 nummi), chi rho Christogram above, ANNO left, II/II (year 4) right, E (5th officina) below, CON in ex.

DOC II, part 1, 79e; SBCV 805.
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Heraclius & Heraclius Constantine 12 nummi, 613-618 AD, Alexandria36 viewsHeraclius & Heraclius Constantine
AE 12 nummi – 16.5mm
Alexandria, 613-618 AD
Heraclius, bearded, CX, cross on crown, on left, and Heraclius Constantine, CX, cross on crown, no beard, on right, busts facing
dd MM h hERAC
Large IB, Cross Potent between, ALEZ below
S 853, DOC 189
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Heraclius & Heraclius Constantine, Follis, Constantinople, Sear 8085 viewsByzantine Empire, Heraclius & Heraclius Constantine, 23 January 613 - 11 January 641 A.D. Bronze follis, SBCV 808, F, 1st officina, Constantinople mint, 4.010g, 19.4mm, 225o, 624 - 629 A.D.; obverse Heraclius (center), Heraclius Constantine (right), Martina (left), all stand facing wearing crown and chlamys with globus cruciger in right, no legend, crosses between heads; reverse , large M (40 nummi), monogram left, ANNO over cross above, uncertain regnal year date right, A below (1st officina), CON in exergue. This reverse with ANNO above M is unique to Heraclius. Ex FORVM, photo credit FORVMPodiceps
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Heraclius & Heraclius Constantine, Follis, large M, Constantinople, 610-641 AD, overstruck23 viewsSB 805, MIB 159
10.7g / 29mm _794
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Heraclius & Heraclius Constantine, Follis, large M, Constantinople, 610-641 AD, year 426 viewsSB 805, MIB 159
11.1g / 32mm _1986

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Heraclius & Heraclius Constantine, follis; Sear 81112 viewsByzantine Empire, Heraclius & Heraclius Constantine, 23 January 613 - 11 January 641 A.D. Bronze follis, SBCV 811; DOC II part 2, 127a, aVF, 3rd officina, Constantinople mint, 4.486g, 25.2mm, 225o, 640 - 641 A.D.; obverse Heraclius (center) in military dress, long cross in left, long beard and mustache, Heraclius Constantine (left) and Heraclonas (right) in chlamys and holding globus cruciger, all wear crown with cross; reverse, large M (40 nummi), Heraclius' monogram above, A/N/N/O left, X/X/X/I (year 31) right, “G” below (3th officina), CON“Q” in exergue. Ex FORVMPodiceps
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Heraclius (610-641) dodekanummion (AE)77 viewsObv.: dd MM h hERAC (Bust of Heraclius left and bust of Heraclius Constantinus right) Rev.: Cross on two steps, I to left, B to right Exergue: ALEZ Diameter: 17 mm Weight: 4.9 g SB 853

Heraclius remains one of the greatest and most tragic of Constantinople's emperors. He inherited half an empire from the cruel Phocas, with the East as good as lost to the Persians. He managed, through reforms and aggressive campaigning, to reclaim all of it, only to have most of the East permanently wrested from Byzantine hands by the Arabs at the closing of his reign. His series struck at Alexandria were the last Byzantine coins to be struck in Egypt.
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Heraclius (A.D. 610 - 641)4 viewsAE Follis, A.D. 615 - 616, Nicomedia, 28mm, 9.46g, ~200°, SB 834.
Obv: dd NN hERACLIVS ET hERA CON. Heraclius left, Heraclius Constantine right, cross between, wearing crowns and chlamys and holding cross on globe.
Rev: Large M, ANNO to left, cross or chi-rho above, regnal year to right, officina letter below, mintmark NIK or NIKO.
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Heraclius /heraclius constantine57 viewsByzantine Follis: AE 29-33mm weight 9.5 regnal year III, y. 612-613 AD

OBV :, LEFT Heraclius, right, Heraclius Constantine, both standing. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger in right hand. cross between them

REV: Large M between ANNO on left and regnal year 3 on right chi rho Christogram above, under the M and above Exergue.

Sears 805 (NON cupped )

Exergue: CON ( constantinople )

from uncleaned lot 03/2007

this coin is still a mystery, it is an overstrike of an earlier coin, the weight posted was wrong, after getting a digital scale, the actual weight is 9.5 grams

BUT why is it cupped shaped ? trachys shaped like this did not come into existence for another few hundred years. It does not show sign of fire damage or warping,

it could have been bent by a smaller die, however, there are no bends where the edge of the die would have struck the flan.


???

here is a link to the discussion on this coin

http://www.forumancientcoins.com/board/index.php?topic=37589.0


Johnny
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Heraclius AE Follis22 viewsSear Byzantine Coins and their Values # sb0804
Heraclius AE Follis. Cuirassed & helmeted, hHracliPerpAug / large M with cross, delta, C0N.
Coin #450
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Heraclius AE follis Constantinople Sear 80532 viewsObv: Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine standing facing, each wearing crown and chlamys, holding long cross in right hand; between their heads, cross.
Rev: Large M between ANNO and regnal year III (612/13); above, cross; beneath, officina letter A; in ex., CON.
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Heraclius AE follis Constantinople Sear 80615 viewsTask_Force
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Heraclius AE three-quarter Follis Constantinople Sear 81213 viewsTask_Force
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Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine24 viewsHeraclius and Heraclius Constantine, AE 12 Nummi, 610-641 AD. Heraclius, bearded, on left, and Heraclius Constantine, no beard, on right, busts facing, each wearing crown with cross, and chlamys / Large cross potent on two steps, I to left, B to right. Similar to SB 853.Molinari
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Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine5 viewsLarge M follis, minted in constantinopleecoli
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Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine5 viewsFollis, Large M, Constantinople
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Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine14 viewsAE Follis 610 - 641 CE

Obverse: Heraclius, crowned holding long cross on left and Heraclius Constantine, crowned, and wearing chlamys, with short beard and holding cross on globe.

Reverse: Large M.
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Heraclius and Sons Gold Solidus31 views70051. Gold solidus, Wroth BMC 76; Tolstoi 410; DOC II part 1, 44f (no examples in the collection, refs Wroth); SBCV 770; Hahn MIB 53; Sommer 11.35; Morrisson BnF -, aEF, luster, tight flan, graffiti on obverse and reverse, 4.336g, 19.3mm, 180o, 8th officina, Constantinople mint, 639(?) - 641;

obverse Heraclius in center taller with mustache, long beard; standing with Heraclius Constantine on right, Heraclonas on left, sons beardless and equal height, all wear crown, chlamys and tablion ornamented with pellets, and hold globus cruciger in right;

reverse VICTORIA AVGu H, cross potent on three steps, Heraclian monogram left, E right, CONOB in ex

In 632, Heraclonas, Heraclius younger son, was designated Caesar and added to the coinage. Heraclonas was seven years old. The Heraclian monogram on the reverse replaces the more typical obverse inscription.
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Heraclius AR half siliqua Carthage Sear 871 24 viewsTask_Force
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Heraclius AV solidus Constantinople Sear 73817 viewsTask_Force
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Heraclius follis60 viewsFollis, 611-612, Cyzic, 1st officina, 9g, 26mm.vercingetorix
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Heraclius follis.5 viewsMultiple overstriked.ecoli
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Heraclius Gold Solidus SB 74128 viewsHeraclius, with Heraclius Constantine, Gold Solidus, Constantinople 9th Officina,
Struck 616 - 625 AD, 20mm, 4.37g, 7h, DOC 16c; MIB 20; SB 741,
OBV: dd NN hERACLIUS ET hERA CONST PP AVG, Crowned facing busts of Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine; cross above
REV: VICTORIA AVGUΘ, Cross potent set on three steps, Θ to right, CONOB

EX: CNG ESALE 270, Lot 362
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Heraclius Gold Solidus SB 74933 viewsHeraclius, with Heraclius Constantine, Gold solidus, Constantinople, 7th officina, 610 - 641, 20mm, 4.34g, 6h, Struck 629-632 DOC 26g var., (Z not retrograde), MIB 29, SB 749
20mm, 4.34g, 6h, Struck 629-632 DOC 26g var., (Z not retrograde), MIB 29, SB 749
OBV: ddNNhERACLIYSEThERACONSPPA, Crowned facing busts of Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine, cross above
REV: VICTORIA-AVGUZ, Cross potent set on three steps; retrograde Z//CONOB

EX: CNG ESALE 270, Lot 364
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Heraclius Half siliqua24 viewsHeraclius,
Silver half siliqua. Carthage mint, 614-618 A.D. or less likely 628-629 A.D.; obverse D N ERACLIO PP AV, bust of Heraclius facing, beardless, wearing cuirass, paludamentum, and crown with pendilia and cross; reverse no inscription; to left bust of Heraclius Constantine, Heraclius' son, wearing chlamys with tablion and crown with pendilia and cross, to right bust of Martina, Heraclius' wife, wearing robes and crown with long pendilia and cross, cross between heads

DO class III, SB-871, DO-233, MIB 149, DO 233, MIB 149, BMC 343-6, Tolstoi 319-20, Ratto 1460-64, Morrison (CBN) 3-11, S 871

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Heraclius Half siliqua32 viewsHeraclius
Silver half siliqua, 0.66g, 11.6mm, 100º, Carthage mint, 614-618 A.D. or less likely 628-629 A.D.; obverse D N ERACLIO PP AV, bust of Heraclius facing, beardless, wearing cuirass, paludamentum, and crown with pendilia and cross; reverse no inscription; to left bust of Heraclius Constantine, Heraclius' son, wearing chlamys with tablion and crown with pendilia and cross, to right bust of Martina, Heraclius' wife, wearing robes and crown with long pendilia and cross, cross between heads;

DO class III, SB-871, DO-233, MIB 149, DO 233, MIB 149, BMC 343-6, Tolstoi 319-20, Ratto 1460-64, Morrison (CBN) 3-11, S 871

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Heraclius Half siliqua8 viewsHeraclius,
Silver half siliqua. Carthage mint, 614-618 A.D. or less likely 628-629 A.D.; obverse D N ERACLIO PP AV, bust of Heraclius facing, beardless, wearing cuirass, paludamentum, and crown with pendilia and cross; reverse no inscription; to left bust of Heraclius Constantine, Heraclius' son, wearing chlamys with tablion and crown with pendilia and cross, to right bust of Martina, Heraclius' wife, wearing robes and crown with long pendilia and cross, cross between heads

DO class III, SB-871, DO-233, MIB 149, DO 233, MIB 149, BMC 343-6, Tolstoi 319-20, Ratto 1460-64, Morrison (CBN) 3-11, S 871

scarce
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Heraclius Monogram202 viewsHeraclius, 5 Oct 610 - 11 Jan 641 A.D., and Heraclius Constantine, 23 Jan 613 - 20 Apr 641 A.D.
7784. Bronze follis, S 805, aF, 10.23g, 31.4mm, 180o, 3rd officina, Constantinople mint, 629 - 630 A.D.; obverse monogram left, Heraclius in chlamys holding long cross on left, Heraclius Constantine in chlamys holding globus cruciger on right, cross between heads; reverse large M (40 nummi), chi rho Christogram above, ANNO left, uncertain regnal year on right (regnal year 20), G? below (3nd officina), CON in exergue; corrosion on reverse; sold.
Features obscure due to undertype effects and corrosion on reverse. KYZ mintmark from undertype clear on obverse. CONS legend from undertype clear on reverse. Heraclius monogram countermark on reverse. Sear notes this countermark is often found on coins of Maurice Tiberius.
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Heraclius Solidus42 viewsAU Solidus
Obv: dNERACOMTPP (indictional year mark) - Crowned facing busts of Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine.
Rev: VICTORIAAVCC(indictional year mark) Exe: CONOB - Cross potent on steps. c.625-627 (Carthage)
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Heraclius Solidus56 viewsAU Solidus
Obv. Crowned & cuir bust facing holding gl. cr., D.N. ERAC [Greek_Lambda] IO PP [Greek_Delta] I (=yr 14 indiction, 625-6 AD)
Rev. Cross potent on two steps, VICTORIA AVGG IE (=yr 15 indiction, 626-7 AD), CONOB in ex.

S.866 from Carthage

Sear notes that some of these coins have different years on obverse and reverse.
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Heraclius Solidus17 viewsAU Solidus
Heraclius 610 - 641 AD - Mint Carthage
Obv: DNERACLIOETERACONSTPP ; Facing busts of Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine, wearing chlamys and elaborate crown with cross on top, Heraclius has a short beard and Heraclius Constantine has no beard and is smaller and a Cross between their heads
Rev: VICTORIAAGG(Delta), CONOB in exergue ; Cross Potent on two steps

Ref: W65, S-867 var, DOC-204, Berk-132, MIB-84a, R-1371, BMC-324, BN-3
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Heraclius Solidus35 viewsAV Solidus - 4.49 g.
Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine, 613-638. Solidus 625/629. Officina I. Crowned busts of Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine facing. Heraclius Constantine almost as large as Heraclius. Rev. Cross potent on three steps.

Sear 743.
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Heraclius, 610-641 A.D. AE 12 Nummi, Alexandria Mint.10 viewsObv. No legend, Facing busts of Heraclius with short beard, on left and Heraclius Constantine, beardless, on right, each wearing chlamys and crown surmounted by a cross; long cross potent on 2 or 3 steps between them.
Rev. Small cross potent on globe above a solid pyramid shape, I to left, B to right; mintmark AΛEX.
References: SB 857, DOC 193.
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Heraclius, AE follis, SB 80519 viewsObverse: dd NN hERACLIUS ET hERA CONST PP A or similar often incomplete, Heraclius bearded on l., and Heraclius Constantine on r., stg facing each wearing crown anc chlamys and holding gl. cr. , occasionally long cross, in rt hand. Between their heads cross.
Reverse: Large M between ANNO and regnal yr 4 (II,II), Officina letter (delta), CON in exergue
Mint: Constantinople
Sear : 805 DO 76-83
10mm, 13.27g
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Heraclius, AE follis, SB 8347 viewsObverse: dd NN hERACLIUS ET hERA CON usually fragmentary, Heraclius Constantine on r., and Empress Martina on L., all stg. facing each wearing crown and chlamys, holding gl. cr. in rt hand. between heads cross.
Reverse: Large M between ANNO regnal yr 3 (III), cross above NIKO in exergue.
Mint: Nicomedia
Date: 612/3 CE
Sear 834 DO 158-60
19mm, 11.83g
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Heraclius, AE Follis. Constantinople. 610-641 AD.18 viewsObv. dN hRACLIVS PeRP AVG, crowned and cuirassed or plumed-helmeted and cuirassed bust facing, bearded, holding cross on globe and shield.
Rev. Large M, ANNO to left, cross above, III to right, officina letter below; mintmark CON.
References: SB 804, MIB 158.
28mm, 10.5 grams.
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Heraclius, Follis, Ravenna mint, 630-631 AD (year 21), Sear 91428 viewsHeraclius (610-641 AD)

630-631 AD (year 21)

Follis

Obverse: DD NN HЄRACLIVS ЄT HЄRA CONST PP AVCC (or similar), Heraclius, crowned, in military attire and holding long cross, standing facing, foot on prostrate figure (a Persian?) below; to right, Heraclius Constantine, wearing crown and chlamys, holding globus cruciger, standing facing

Reverse: Large M; Above, cross; To left, ANNO; To right, XXI ; Exergus, RAV

Ravenna mint

This issue commemorates the victory of Heraclius over the Sasanid kingdom in 629 AD.

After years of war between Romans and Sasanids, in 612, Heraclius launched a major counter-offensive in Syria in 613. He was decisively defeated outside Antioch by Shahrbaraz and Shahin, and the Roman position collapsed. Over the following decade the Persians were able to conquer Palestine and Egypt and to devastate Anatolia. Meanwhile, the Avars and Slavs took advantage of the situation to overrun the Balkans, bringing the Roman Empire to the brink of destruction.
During these years, Heraclius strove to rebuild his army, slashing non-military expenditures, devaluing the currency and melting down Church plate, with the backing of Patriarch Sergius, to raise the necessary funds to continue the war. In 622, Heraclius left Constantinople, entrusting the city to Sergius and general Bonus as regents of his son. He assembled his forces in Asia Minor and, after conducting exercises to revive their morale, he launched a new counter-offensive, which took on the character of a holy war. In the Caucasus he inflicted a defeat on an army led by a Persian-allied Arab chief and then won a victory over the Persians under Shahrbaraz. Following a lull in 623, while he negotiated a truce with the Avars, Heraclius resumed his campaigns in the East in 624 and routed an army led by Khosrau at Ganzak in Atropatene. In 625 he defeated the generals Shahrbaraz, Shahin and Shahraplakan in Armenia, and in a surprise attack that winter he stormed Shahrbaraz's headquarters and attacked his troops in their winter billets. Supported by a Persian army commanded by Shahrbaraz, the Avars and Slavs unsuccessfully besieged Constantinople in 626, while a second Persian army under Shahin suffered another crushing defeat at the hands of Heraclius' brother Theodore. Meanwhile, Heraclius formed an alliance with the Turks, who took advantage of the dwindling strength of the Persians to ravage their territories in the Caucasus. Late in 627, Heraclius launched a winter offensive into Mesopotamia, where, despite the desertion of the Turkish contingent that had accompanied him, he defeated the Persians at the Battle of Nineveh. Continuing south along the Tigris, he sacked Khosrau's great palace at Dastagird and was only prevented from attacking Ctesiphon by the destruction of the bridges on the Nahrawan Canal. Discredited by this series of disasters, Khosrau was overthrown and killed in a coup led by his son Kavadh II, who at once sued for peace, agreeing to withdraw from all occupied territories. Heraclius restored the True Cross to Jerusalem with a majestic ceremony in 629.


Sear 914, D.O. 297, B.M.C. 452, T. 282, B.N. 5, M.I.B. 253a.

RRR

VF

6,98 g.
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Heraclius, Follis, Ravenna mint, 630-631 AD (year 21), Sear 914, celebrating the defeat of the Sasanid kingdom and the restoration of the True Cross to Jerusalem. 103 viewsHeraclius (610-641 AD)

630-631 AD (year 21)

Follis

Obverse: DD NN HЄRACLIVS ЄT HЄRA CONST PP AVCC (or similar), Heraclius, crowned, in military attire and holding long cross, standing facing, foot on prostrate figure (a Persian?) below; to right, Heraclius Constantine, wearing crown and chlamys, holding globus cruciger, standing facing

Reverse: Large M; Above, cross; To left, ANNO; To right, XXI ; Exergus, RAV

Ravenna mint

This issue commemorates the victory of Heraclius over the Sasanid kingdom in 629 AD.

After years of war between Romans and Sasanids, in 612, Heraclius launched a major counter-offensive in Syria in 613. He was decisively defeated outside Antioch by Shahrbaraz and Shahin, and the Roman position collapsed. Over the following decade the Persians were able to conquer Palestine and Egypt and to devastate Anatolia. Meanwhile, the Avars and Slavs took advantage of the situation to overrun the Balkans, bringing the Roman Empire to the brink of destruction.
During these years, Heraclius strove to rebuild his army, slashing non-military expenditures, devaluing the currency and melting down Church plate, with the backing of Patriarch Sergius, to raise the necessary funds to continue the war. In 622, Heraclius left Constantinople, entrusting the city to Sergius and general Bonus as regents of his son. He assembled his forces in Asia Minor and, after conducting exercises to revive their morale, he launched a new counter-offensive, which took on the character of a holy war. In the Caucasus he inflicted a defeat on an army led by a Persian-allied Arab chief and then won a victory over the Persians under Shahrbaraz. Following a lull in 623, while he negotiated a truce with the Avars, Heraclius resumed his campaigns in the East in 624 and routed an army led by Khosrau at Ganzak in Atropatene. In 625 he defeated the generals Shahrbaraz, Shahin and Shahraplakan in Armenia, and in a surprise attack that winter he stormed Shahrbaraz's headquarters and attacked his troops in their winter billets. Supported by a Persian army commanded by Shahrbaraz, the Avars and Slavs unsuccessfully besieged Constantinople in 626, while a second Persian army under Shahin suffered another crushing defeat at the hands of Heraclius' brother Theodore. Meanwhile, Heraclius formed an alliance with the Turks, who took advantage of the dwindling strength of the Persians to ravage their territories in the Caucasus. Late in 627, Heraclius launched a winter offensive into Mesopotamia, where, despite the desertion of the Turkish contingent that had accompanied him, he defeated the Persians at the Battle of Nineveh. Continuing south along the Tigris, he sacked Khosrau's great palace at Dastagird and was only prevented from attacking Ctesiphon by the destruction of the bridges on the Nahrawan Canal. Discredited by this series of disasters, Khosrau was overthrown and killed in a coup led by his son Kavadh II, who at once sued for peace, agreeing to withdraw from all occupied territories. Heraclius restored the True Cross to Jerusalem with a majestic ceremony in 629.


Sear 914, D.O. 297, B.M.C. 452, T. 282, B.N. 5, M.I.B. 253a.

RRR

VF

6,98 g.
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Heraclius, Follis, Ravenna mint, Sicilian countermark, 637-638 AD (year 28), Spahr 5336 viewsHeraclius (610-641 AD)

637-638 AD (Year 28)

Follis

Obverse: no legend, Heraclius, Heraclius Constantine and Heraclonas standing facing and holding globe bearing a cross.

Reverse: Large M; Above, monogram; To left, ANNO; To right, XXVIII ; exergus, RAV

Ravenna follis (sear 916) with sicilian countermark (sear 883), Spahr 53 (RRRR)

Ravenna/Sicily mint

Sear -, D.O.-, B.M.C.-, T.-, R-, B.N.-, M.I.B.,-. Spahr 53

RRRR

VF

10,79 g., 32 mm
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Heraclius, Follis, Thessalonica mint, 613-614 AD (year 4), Sear 823a39 viewsHeraclius (610-641 AD)

613-614 AD (Year 4)

Follis

Obverse: DN HERACLIVS PP AVG, helmeted, crowned, cuirassed and draped facing bust, holding globe bearing a cross.

Reverse: Large M; Above, cross; To left, ANNO; To right, II/II ; Exergus, (TeS)

overstruck on a Constantinople follis of Phocas

Thessalonica mint

Sear 823a, D.O.-, B.M.C.-, T.-, R-, B.N.-, M.I.B. 217.

RRRRR

VF

11,9 g.
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Heraclius, Heraclius Constantine and Martina, AE Follis SB 80821 viewsObverse: Martina on left, Heraclius, bearded, in centre, and Heraclius Constantine, on right, standing facing, all crowned and cuirassed, all holding cross on globe, cross to left and right of Heraclius' head .
Reverse: Large M, P on h type monogram to left, ANNO above, regnal year to right (XU) 15, officina letter below (B) mintmark CON.
Date: 625/6 CE
Mint: Constantinople
Sear 808
27mm, 7.03g
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Heraclius, Heraclius Constantine, and Heraclonas55 viewsSolidus, Constantinople, 10th officina, 638-641 AD
S. 769; DO 43
4.34 gm, 20 mm
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Heraclius, SBCV 80516 viewsdd NN hERACLYS ET hERA CONST PP A
Heraclius left and Constantine Heraclius right, standing, facing, each holding globus cruciger
Large M, Chi-Rho above, ANNO left III right, A below
CON in ex.
AE follis, 33mm, 10.99g
Minted Constantinople, 612-613

Coin is over struck on follis of Phocas from Nikomedia, Sear 659
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Heraclius, SBCV 80610 viewsStanding facing figures of Heraclius, Constantine Heraclius and Martina, all holding globus cruciger, two crosses in field between
Large M, Cross above, ANAO left, S right, A below
CON in ex.
Minted 615-616, Constantinople
AE follis, 29mm, 7.44g

Struck on ragged flan
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Heraclius, SBCV 8089 viewsNo legend
Standing facing figures of Heraclius, Constantine Heraclius and Martina, all holding globus cruciger, two crosses in field between
Large M, Cross above, Monogram of Heraclius left, regnal year right, Δ below
CON in ex.
Constantinople
AE follis, 25mm, 6.27g

Struck on elongate flan
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Heraclius, SBCV 8109 viewsNo legend
Standing facing figures of Heraclius holding long Cross and Constantine Heraclius holding globus cruciger.
Large M, +/C above, ANNO left, regnal year right, A below
CON in ex.
Minted 639-640, Constantinople
AE follis, 25mm, 7.18g
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Heraclius, SBCV 8108 viewsNo legend
Standing facing figures of Heraclius holding long Cross and Constantine Heraclius holding globus cruciger.
Large M, + above, ANNO left, regnal year right, B below
CON in ex.
Minted 639-640, Constantinople
AE follis, 23mm, 5.21g
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Heraclius, SBCV 81112 viewsNo legend
Standing facing figure of Heraclius center, holding long Cross with Constantine Heraclius and Heraclonas to sides, each holding globus cruciger.
Large M, Monogram of Heraclius above, ANNO left, XXX right, Γ below
CON in ex.
Minted 639-640, Constantinople
AE follis, 26mm, 4.58g
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Heraclius, SBCV 81210 viewsNo legend
Standing facing figures of Heraclius holding long Cross and Constantine Heraclius holding globus cruciger, star in field between, Monogram of Heraclius to left, K to right
Large Λ, ANNO left, XX right, Γ below
CON in ex.
Constantinople
AE 3/4 follis, 26mm, 4.66g
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Heraclius, SBCV 81212 viewsNo legend
Standing facing figures of Heraclius holding long Cross and Constantine Heraclius holding globus cruciger, star in field between, Monogram of Heraclius to left, K to right
Large Λ, ANNO left, XX right, Δ below
CON in ex.
Constantinople
AE 3/4 follis, 25mm, 6.42g
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Heraclius, SBCV 81510 viewsNo legend
Standing facing figures of Heraclius and Constantine Heraclius holding globus cruciger, Cross in field between
Large K, ANNO left, XX right
Constantinople
AE half follis, 26mm, 5.00g
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Heraclius, SBCV 83011 viewsdN hERACLYS PP AVG
Standing facing figures of Heraclius holding long Cross and Constantine Heraclius holding globus cruciger, star in field between, Monogram of Heraclius to left, K to right
Large K, ANNO left, u right, ΘEC below
Thessalonica
AE 1/2 follis, 22mm, 5.82g
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Heraclius, SBCV 83410 viewsdd NN hERACLYS ET hERA CON
Heraclius left and Constantine Heraclius right, standing, facing, each holding globus cruciger
Large M, Chi-Rho above, ANNO left III right, B below
NIKO in ex.
AE follis, 32mm, 8.87g
Minted Nicomedia, 612-613
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Heraclius, SBCV 83611 viewsNo legend
Standing facing figures of Heraclius, Constantine Heraclius and Martina, all holding globus cruciger, two crosses in field between
Large M, ANNO above, Monogram of Heraclius left, XS right, A below
NIKO in ex.
Nikomedia
AE follis, 23mm, 5.73g
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Heraclius, SBCV 8628 viewsdd m hERACLS
Cross potent on base of two steps
Large S
Alexandria
AE 6 nummi, 16mm, 2.34g
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Heraclius, SBCV 87614 viewsDN ERACLIO PP AVG
Helmeted bust facing wearing crown
Large X, N M to sides, Cross above, Star below
AE decanummium, Carthage
15mm, 2.76g
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Heraclius, Sear 85327 viewsddNNhhERAC
Facing busts of Heraclius, left, with beard and Heraclius Constantine, right, both wearing chlamys and crowns with crosses
Large IB with Cross potent on two steps between,
AΛΕZ in ex.
12 nummi
Alexandria mint, 17mm, 4.35g
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Heraclius, with Heraclius Constantine. 610-641.45 viewsHeraclius, with Heraclius Constantine. 610-641. AV Solidus (22mm, 4.36 g, 6h). Constantinople mint, 5th officina. Struck circa 616-625. Crowned and draped facing busts of Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine; cross above / Cross potent set on three steps; Є//CONOB. DOC 13d; MIB 11; SB 738. VF, minor deposits in devices, traces of underlying luster, areas of flat strike at periphery, reverse struck with worn die, lightly clipped.

Ex Artemide XLIV (12 December 2015), lot 317; CNG 405, lot 589.
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Heraclius, with Martina and Heraclius Constantine. 610-641. Æ Follis13 viewsContemporary imitation of a Constantinople mint issue dated RY 8 (618/9), 4th “officina”.
Obv. Heraclius, in center, flanked by Martina, on left, and Heraclius Constantine, on right, each wearing crown and chlamys and holding globus cruciger;
Rev. Large M; cross above, A/N/N/O u across field; Δ//CON.
References: Cf. DOC 89-91; cf. MIB 161; cf. SB 806.
25mm, 9.25 grams
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Heraclius, with Martina and Heraclius Constantine. 610-641. Æ Follis12 viewsContemporary imitation of a Constantinople mint issue dated RY 10 (620/1), 4th “officina”.
Obv. Heraclius, in center, flanked by Martina, on left, and Heraclius Constantine, on right, each wearing crown and chlamys and holding globus cruciger;
Rev. Large M; cross above, A/N/N/O X across field; Δ//CON.
References: Cf. DOC 89-91; cf. MIB 161; cf. SB 806.
23mm, 5.23 grams
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Heraclius. 610-641. Æ Follis. Constantinople mint, 19 viewsObv.Helmeted and cuirassed bust facing, holding globus cruciger and shield.
Rev. Large M; cross above, A/N/N/O I across field; Δ//CON.
Constantinople mint, 4th officina. Dated RY 1 (610/11).
References: DOC 69d.1; MIB 158; SB 804. VF.
28mm, 10.72 grams.
Canaan
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HERACLIUS; A.D. 610-641. Æ Follis. Nicomedia. Sear 83313 viewsHERACLIUS; A.D. 610-641. Æ Follis. 30mm, 12g; Rev. Large M, + above, ANNO to left, I to right, B below, NIKO in exergue, mint of Nicomedia. Struck over follis of Tiberius Constantine. Sear BCV 833.Podiceps
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Hericlius, SBCV 8726 viewsDN ERACLIO PP AV
Helmeted and cuirassed bust, facing beardless, holding globus cruciger
Large X•X, Cross above, star left, E right
KRTS in ex.
Carthage
AE half follis, 17.5mm, 3.15mm
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Khusru II47 viewsObverse: Head of Khusru II right with an inscription naming him around
Reverse: Fire altar flanked by two attendants with the mint mark to the right and the date mark to the left
Mint : Gar
Date : AD 595 Year 4
Reference :
Grade : gVF
Weight : 4.15g
Denom: Drachm
Metal : Silver
Acquired: 01/08/04

Comments: Khusru II, during his life time was able to extend his empire to including Turkey, Syria and Egypt which was occupied by the Sasanian empire from 618-628 A.D. and to reputably occupied other parts of Africa, extending his empire as far south as Askum and west as Cyrene. Until Heraclius was able to consolidate his take over off the Byzantine empire and counter-attacked and recover most of the territory earlier lost by Byzantine.
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Martina, wife and niece of Heraclius, 610-641 CE.174 viewsÆ Follis (25.4 mm). Nicomedia mint.
Obv: Heraclius center, Heraclius Constantine r., & Empress Martina l., stg. facing.
Rev: Large M; to l., monogram; above, ANNO & cross; to right, regnal year XS (16); beneath, officina number B; in exergue, NIKO.
Berk 560, DOC 165v (unlisted officina), Sear 836.
EmpressCollector
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Revolt of the Heraclii, SBCV 71542 views[E]RACΛIO CONS[VΛI]
Bare head bust of Heraclius facing, wearing consular robes
Large X between N M, Cross above, Star below
AE decanummium
Carthage Mint
17mm, 5.16g

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Sasanian occupation of Egypt59 viewsAe 12 nummia, large module
Alexandria, 618-628
S. 856; DO 192
16.37 gm, 27 mm

Struck for Khusro II, but using modified types of Heraclius. There are 2 sizes, the usual small ones (mine is 5.9 gm, 18.5 mm) and these larger module ones, about 4 times as heavy and double the diameter. How the two were valued against each other is a mystery.
Manzikert
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Sb 0839 -Heraclius-5 viewsSégusiaves
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Sb 0853- Heraclius-3 viewsSégusiaves
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SBC 1208 AE Follis9 viewsObj: Bust of Constantine facing, with short beard,
holding spear over shoulder and shield
Rev: Large M, flanked by co-emperors
Tiberius and Heraclius, monogram above, mintmark SCL below
Mint: Syracuse
Date: 668-685 CE
6.34g, 20mm
SB 1208; DO 61: MIB 106
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SBC 1209 AEFollis14 viewsObverse: Constantine IV standing facing, wearing helmet and cuirass, and holding spear.
Reverse: Large M between standing figures of Heraclius on l. and Tiberius
on r., each wearing crown and chlamys, and holding globe cross; above,
monogram; in exergue, SCL.
Mint: Syracuse
Date 674-681 CE
SB1209, DO 62
2.72g, 19mm
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SBCV monogramme 32 (Héraclius) - Contremarque d'Héraclius (c610) sur follis de Justin II et Sophie émis à Cherson (565-578)9 viewsA l'avers XЄP-CONOC l'empereur Justin et l'impératrice Sophie debout de face, tous deux nimbés, l'empereur tenant un globe crucigère et l'impératrice un long sceptre crucigère. Pas de croix entre eux, contremarque avec le monogramme d'Héraclius.
Au revers Tibère, debout de face, tenant un long chrisme. A droite, la valeur H.
Atelier : Cherson (Crimée)
Ref : Sear monogramme 32 (Héraclius), MIB km 7 (Héraclius) - MIB Km 7 sur MIBEC 158c (Justin II), Sommer 5.71 (Justin II), Sear 605 (Maurice), DOC 299 (Maurice), Anokhin 317 (Justin II), Esty E15 (Maurice), Groupe II
15,42 g / 32-34 mm
Eric
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SBCV monogramme 32 (Héraclius) - Contremarque d'Héraclius (c610) sur follis de Phocas émis à Cherson (565-578)10 viewsA l'avers XЄP-CONOC l'empereur Phocas et l'impératrice Leontia debout de face, non nimbés, l'empereur tenant un globe crucigère et l'impératrice un long sceptre crucigère. Contremarque avec le monogramme d'Héraclius.
Au revers Une figure, non nimbée, debout de face, tenant un long chrisme. A droite, la valeur H.
Atelier : Cherson (Crimée)
Ref : Sear monogramme 32 (Héraclius), MIB km 7 (Héraclius) - Sommer 5.72 (Justin II), MIBEC 158a (Phocas), Sear 606 (Maurice), DOC 300 (Maurice), Anokhin 317 (Justin II), Esty E15 (Maurice), Groupe IV
8,45 g / 25-30 mm
Eric
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SBCV monogramme 32 (Héraclius) - Contremarque d'Héraclius (c610) sur follis de Phocas émis à Cherson (565-578)11 viewsA l'avers XЄP-CONOC l'empereur Phocas et l'impératrice Leontia debout de face, non nimbés, l'empereur tenant un globe crucigère et l'impératrice un long sceptre crucigère. Contremarque avec le monogramme d'Héraclius.
Au revers Une figure, non nimbée, debout de face, tenant un long chrisme. A droite, la valeur H.
Atelier : Cherson (Crimée)
Ref : Sear monogramme 32 (Héraclius), MIB km 7 (Héraclius) - Sommer 5.72 (Justin II), MIBEC 158a (Phocas), Sear 606 (Maurice), DOC 300 (Maurice), Anokhin 317 (Justin II), Esty E15 (Maurice), Groupe IV
11.01 g / 25-28 mm
Eric
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SBCV monogramme 32 (Héraclius) - Contremarque d'Héraclius (c610) sur follis de Tibère II Constantin et Ino Anastasia émis à Cherson (578-582)10 viewsA l'avers XЄP-CONOC l'empereur Tibère II Constantin et l'impératrice Ino Anastasia debout de face, tous deux nimbés, l'empereur tenant un globe crucigère et l'impératrice un long sceptre crucigère. Une croix entre eux, contremarque avec le monogramme d'Héraclius.
Au revers Maurice, debout de face, tenant un long chrisme. A droite, la valeur H.
Atelier : Cherson (Crimée)
Ref : Sear monogramme 32 (Héraclius), MIB km 7 (Héraclius) - MIB Km 7 sur MIBEC 158b (Tibère II Constantin), Sommer 5.71 (Justin II), Sear 605 (Maurice), DOC 299 (Maurice), Anokhin 317 (Justin II), Esty E15 (Maurice), Groupe II
13,88 g / 29-31 mm
Eric
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Sear 080426 viewsHeraclius (610 – 641 CE) Follis, weight 11.45g, diameter 31mm. Mint of Constantinople, officina Δ, struck in 610/11 CE (= regnal year 1). Abu Galyon
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Sear 080534 viewsHeraclius (610 – 641 CE) Follis, weight 12.6g, diameter 30mm. Mint of Constantinople, officina Δ, struck in 613/4 CE (= regnal year 4). Overstruck on a follis of Phocas. Abu Galyon
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Sear 080834 viewsHeraclius (610 – 641 CE) Follis, weight 5.34g, diameter 23mm. Mint of Constantinople, fourth officina, struck in 627/8 [= regnal year X ζ I I]. Abu Galyon
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Sear 080839 viewsHeraclius (610 – 641 CE) Follis, weight 5.78g, diameter 23mm. Mint of Constantinople, third officina, struck in 626/7 [= regnal year X ζ I].Abu Galyon
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Sear 080834 viewsHeraclius (610 – 641 CE) Follis, weight 6.83g, diameter 27mm. Mint of Constantinople, third officina, struck in 625/6 [= regnal year X ζ].1 commentsAbu Galyon
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Sear 081038 viewsHeraclius (610 – 641 CE). Follis, weight 8.45g, diameter 27mm. Mint of Constantinople, first officina; regnal year numerals uncertain: X | X | [?] Abu Galyon
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Sear 081019 viewsHeraclius (610 – 641 CE) Follis, weight 4.6g., diameter 25 x 19mm. Mint of Constantinople, 4th officina. This is an example of the design variant with a small C surmounted by a cross above the large M. The date is not very easy to read, but regnal year 23 [ X / X / I I / I = 632/3 CE] is quite likely, and the (low) weight of the coin would fit that date; it can’t be earlier than year 23. There are traces of an unidentified undertype.Abu Galyon
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Sear 081041 viewsHeraclius (610 – 641 CE) Follis, weight 10.4g, diameter 30mm. Mint of Constantinople. Overstruck on an earlier type of Heraclius (Sear 0806). 1 commentsAbu Galyon
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Sear 081019 viewsHeraclius (610 – 641 CE). Follis, weight 5.97g, diameter 27mm. Mint of Constantinople, third officina; regnal year numerals uncertain: X | X | I I [?]

Monogram countermark (Grierson’s type E) on the reverse; this countermark is associated with Syria in the years just before the loss of Byzantine control in 636. Type E countermarks are somewhat variable in detail. The most thorough published analysis is in a 2006 paper by Schulze, Schulze and Leimenstoll: this specimen is an example of their sub-variety 1q.
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Sear 08107 viewsHeraclius (610 – 641 CE). Follis, weight 5.99g, diameter 26mm. Mint of Constantinople, first officina; regnal year numerals illegible Abu Galyon
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Sear 081127 viewsHeraclius (610 – 641 CE) Follis, weight 6.5g, diameter 26mm. Mint of Constantinople. Abu Galyon
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Sear 081131 viewsHeraclius (610 – 641 CE) Follis, weight 4.27g, diameter 26x19mm. Mint of Constantinople, fifth officina, struck in 640/1 [= regnal year XXXI]. An example of the variant with CONΘ in exergue. Abu Galyon
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Sear 081229 viewsHeraclius (610 – 641 CE) Three-quarter follis, weight 6.35g, diameter 23mm. Mint of Constantinople, second officina, struck in 629/30 [= regnal year XX].Abu Galyon
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Sear 08129 viewsHeraclius (610 – 641 CE) Three-quarter follis, weight 4.77g, diameter 26mm. Mint of Constantinople, second officina, struck in 629/30 [= regnal year XX].Abu Galyon
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Sear 081318 viewsHeraclius (610 -641 CE) Half-follis, weight 7.16g, diameter 25mm. Mint of Constantinople, first officina, struck in 612/13 CE [= regnal year III]. Abu Galyon
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Sear 081541 viewsHeraclius (610 -641 CE) Half-follis, weight 3.7g, diameter 23mm (large series). Mint of Constantinople. Probably regnal year XXI [= 630/1] Abu Galyon
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Sear 081534 viewsHeraclius (610 -641 CE) Half-follis, weight 5.34g, diameter 28x20mm (large series). Mint of Constantinople, first officina, struck in 629/30 [= regnal year XX]. Abu Galyon
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Sear 081824 viewsHeraclius (610 – 641 CE); Decanummium, weight 2.43, diameter 14mm. Mint uncertain (Constantinople or Thessalonica), struck in 617/8 (= regnal year UI II). Triangular and rectangular flans are quite normal for this type.Abu Galyon
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Sear 081817 viewsHeraclius (610 – 641 CE); Decanummium, weight 1.60, diameter 12x17mm. Mint uncertain (Constantinople or Thessalonica), struck in 614/5 (= regnal year U). ‘Rectangular’ flans such as this are not uncommon for the type.Abu Galyon
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Sear 082524 viewsHeraclius (610 – 641 CE) Follis, weight 6.75g, diameter 25mm. Mint of Thessalonica.
The regnal year X ζ I is unlisted, so the actual regnal year on this specimen is more likely X ζ [I] I [I] instead (so 628/9); in either case, the officina Г (third officina) is not previously noted in Sear.
Abu Galyon
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Sear 082516 viewsHeraclius (610 – 641 CE) Follis, weight 4.03g, diameter 23mm. Mint of Thessalonica, second officina, struck in 629/30 CE (= regnal year X | ζ I | I I I).Abu Galyon
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Sear 082518 viewsHeraclius (610 – 641 CE) Follis, weight 5.58g, diameter 24 x 18mm. Mint of Thessalonica, second officina, struck in 629/30 CE (= regnal year X | ζ I | I I I).Abu Galyon
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Sear 083343 viewsHeraclius (610 – 641 CE) Follis, weight 12.0g, diameter 34mm. Mint of Nicomedia, first officina, struck in 611/2 CE (= regnal year 2).Abu Galyon
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Sear 083628 viewsHeraclius (610 – 641 CE) Follis, weight 5.6g, diameter 24mm. Mint of Nicomedia, first officina, struck in 625/6 CE (= regnal year 16). Abu Galyon
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Sear 083919 viewsHeraclius (610 – 641 CE) Follis, weight 11.13g, diameter 30mm. Mint of Cyzicus, first officina, struck in 612/3 [= regnal year I I I].Abu Galyon
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Sear 084969 viewsHeraclius (610 – 641 CE) Follis, weight 5.7g, diameter 24mm. Mint in Cyprus, officina Γ, struck in regnal year 17 ( [X] / U / I I = 626/7 CE). This example has a Heraclian monogram (monogram 23) in place of the normal cross above the large M.

The Cyprus mint, presumably located at Constantia (Salamis), was active between 626 and 629, very possibly as a military mint to serve the army Heraclius was gathering to dislodge the Persians from the Levant. Coins struck at this mint are found much more frequently in Syria and Palestine than on the island of Cyprus, which suggests that the bulk of the coinage was transferred with the troops after the Persian withdrawal and Byzantine reoccupation in 629.
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Sear 084915 viewsHeraclius (610 – 641 CE) Follis, weight 5.80g, diameter 23mm. Mint in Cyprus, officina Γ, probably struck in regnal year 17 ( [X] / U / I [I] = 626/7 CE). With Heraclian monogram (monogram 23) above the large M.Abu Galyon
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Sear 085320 viewsHeraclius (610 – 641 CE) 12-nummi, weight 3.77g, diameter 17mm. Mint of Alexandria. Abu Galyon
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Sear 085331 viewsHeraclius (610 – 641 CE) 12-nummi, weight 4.4g, diameter 17.5mm. Mint of Alexandria.Abu Galyon
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Sear 085331 viewsHeraclius (610 – 641 CE) 12-nummi, weight 5.09g, diameter 16mm. Mint of Alexandria.Abu Galyon
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Sear 085313 viewsHeraclius (610 – 641 CE) 12-nummi, weight 4.82g, diameter 17mm. Mint of Alexandria.Abu Galyon
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Sear 085525 viewsHeraclius (610 – 641 CE) 12-nummi, weight 5.6g, diameter 18mm. Mint of Alexandria. This issue was struck during the Sassanid occupation of Egypt between 618 and 628 CE. Though the type employs many conventional Byzantine stylistic features and devices (including a crown with pendilia and surmounted by a cross) the obverse almost certainly depicts the Persian king Chosroes II. Abu Galyon
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Sear 085728 viewsHeraclius (610 – 641 CE) 12-nummi, weight 7.1g, diameter 18mm. Mint of Alexandria. Abu Galyon
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Sear 085921 viewsHeraclius (610 – 641 CE) 12-nummi, weight 5.67g, diameter 16mm. Mint of Alexandria.Abu Galyon
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Sear 086018 viewsHeraclius (610 – 641 CE) 12-nummi, weight 10.01g, diameter 19mm. Mint of Alexandria. Coins from the Alexandria mint are usually struck on thick flans, but at 5mm depth this example is at the extreme. Abu Galyon
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Sear 086125 viewsHeraclius (610 – 641 CE) 12-nummi, weight 7.8g, diameter 17mm. Mint of Alexandria.Abu Galyon
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Sear 086119 viewsHeraclius (610 – 641 CE) 12-nummi, weight 8.24g, diameter 19mm. Mint of Alexandria.Abu Galyon
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Sear 086213 viewsHeraclius (610 – 641 CE) 6-nummi, weight 2.53g, diameter 16mm. Mint of Alexandria.Abu Galyon
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Sear 087219 viewsHeraclius (610 - 641 CE) Half-follis, weight 5.4g, diameter 18mm. Mint of Carthage.Abu Galyon
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Sear 088241 viewsHeraclius (610 – 641 CE) Countermarked follis, weight 12.4g, diameter 34mm, for use in Sicily. Class 1 countermarks on obverse and reverse imposed on a follis of Justinian from Antioch (Sear 217). The style of the bust – very similar to portraits found on Catanian decanummia from regnal years 9, 10, 11 – suggests that this countermark type dates to circa 620. The host coins for Class 1 countermarks are almost invariably profile bust folles of Anastasius, Justin I and Justinian I, coins which may well have entered Sicily in large numbers with the army of Belisarius in 535 and remained in circulation since. The asymmetric stars, one eight-point and one six-point, make this particular host quite unusual. Abu Galyon
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Sear 088315 viewsHeraclius (610 – 641 CE) Countermarked follis for use in Sicily; weight: 8.86g, diameter: 29mm. Class 2 type countermarks on obverse and reverse imposed on a Class 5 Constantinopolitan follis (Sear 0810) of regnal year 20 (= 629/30 CE). Abu Galyon
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Sear 088427 viewsHeraclius (610 – 641 CE) Countermarked Follis, weight: 5.35g, diameter: 27 x 19mm. Class 3 type countermarks on obverse and reverse imposed on a Class 5 follis (Sear 0810) of Constantinople. The host coin should apparently be dated to 635/6 (= regnal year 26, [X] X ζ – though the top X is very weakly struck and faint). These countermarked folles were intended for circulation in Sicily, but Grierson (DOC vol. 2i, p.237f) argues that (for class 3) the countermarking probably took place in Constantinople before the coins were shipped to the island. Abu Galyon
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Sear 088521 viewsHeraclius (610 -641 CE) Decanummium, weight 2.9g , diameter 14mm. Mint of Catania, struck in 616/7 [= regnal year seven]. Abu Galyon
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Sear 088621 viewsHeraclius (610 – 641 CE) Decanummium, weight 4.37g, diameter 13mm. Mint of Catania, struck in 625/6 [= regnal year 16].Abu Galyon
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Sear 092219 viewsHeraclius (610 – 641 CE). Half-follis, weight 4.9g, diameter 27 x 19 mm. Mint of Ravenna, fourth [Δ] officina, struck in 629/30 [= regnal year XX]. Scarce.Abu Galyon
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Sear 0998 - Hexagram - 659-668 AD - Constantinople mint23 viewsEmperor: Constans II (r. 641-668 AD)
Date: 659-668 AD
Condition: VF/aVF
Denomination: Hexagram

Obverse: [ ] - [
To left, bust of Constans, facing, with long beard, wearing chlamys and crown with cross on circlet in front and behind it, plume. To right, Constantine IV, beardless, wearing chlamys and similar crown without plume. Between heads, cross.

Reverse:
Cross potent on base over globe on three steps. To left, Heraclius, to right, smaller Tiberius, both beardless, each wearing chlamys and crown with cross, with globus cruciger in right hand.

Constantinople mint
DO 57; Sear 998; MIB 152
6.48g; 22.6mm; 195°

Ex Baldwin's
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Sear 100420 viewsConstans II (641 – 668 CE) Follis, weight 4.23g, diameter 25mm; Mint of Constantinople, third officina, struck in 643/4 [= regnal year III]. Overstruck on a follis of Heraclius of type Sear 810.Abu Galyon
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Sear 1004 - Follis - 643-644 AD (Year 3) - Constantinople mint - 5th officina39 viewsEmperor: Constans II (r. 641-668 AD)
Date: 643-644 AD (Year 3)
Condition: aVF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: IPR - COS'
Bust facing, beardless, wearing chlamys and crown with cross. In right hand, globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large "M"; To left, /N/; In exergue, NO; To right, II/I; Above, cross; Beneath, .

Constantinople mint, fifth officina
DO 5e (Heraclonas); Sear 1004
4.69g; 25.7mm; 195°

Overstruck on a clipped Sear 808 or 809 (Heraclius Follis, Constantinople)
(N)NO on reverse
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Sear 1005 - Follis - 646-647 AD (Year 6) - Constantinople mint - 1st officina21 viewsEmperor: Constans II (r. 641-668 AD)
Date: 646-647 AD (Year 6)
Condition: aFine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: Illegible legend
Constans standing, facing, bearded?, wearing chlamys and crown with cross. In right hand, long cross; in left, globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; To left, //; To right, ///; Above, symbol.
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, first officina
DO 65a; Sear 1005
4.98g; 26.4mm; 225°

Overstruck on a Year 31 Follis of Heraclius from Constantinople, fifth officina (Sear 811 with )
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Sear 1005 - Follis - 646-647 AD (Year 6) - Constantinople mint - 3rd officina23 viewsEmperor: Constans II (r. 641-668 AD)
Date: 646-647 AD (Year 6)
Condition: aFine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: - ] - [
Constans standing, facing, beardless, wearing chlamys and crown with cross. In right hand, long cross; in left, globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; To left, //; To right, ///; Above, symbol.
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, third officina
Sear 1005
4.28g; 28.4mm; 45°

Overstruck on a Heraclius Follis, Sear 810
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Sear 1011 - Follis - 659-660 AD (Year 19) - Constantinople mint - 1st officina17 viewsEmperor: Constans II (r. 641-668 AD)
Date: 659-660 AD (Year 19)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Constans standing, facing, with long beard, wearing cuirass and helmet with plume. In right hand, long cross; left hand on hip. To left, /; To right, "", with beneath. Above, cross.

Reverse: Heraclius, Constantine IV, and Tiberius standing, facing, each wearing chlamys and crown with cross, and holding globus cruciger in right hand. In field right, .

Constantinople mint, first officina
Sear 1011
3.57g; 23.3mm; 195°
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Sear 1011 - Follis - 659-660 AD (Year 19) - Constantinople mint - 2nd officina12 viewsEmperor: Constans II (r. 641-668 AD)
Date: 659-660 AD (Year 19)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Constans standing, facing, with long beard, wearing cuirass and helmet with plume. In right hand, long cross; left hand on hip. To left, /; To right, "", with obscured officina letter beneath. Above, cross.

Reverse: Heraclius, Constantine IV, and Tiberius standing, facing, each wearing chlamys and crown with cross, and holding globus cruciger in right hand. In field right, .

Constantinople mint, second officina
DO 82b; Sear 1011
4.25g; 27.2mm; 15°
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Sear 1011 - Follis - 659-660 AD (Year 19) - Constantinople mint - 3rd officina17 viewsEmperor: Constans II (r. 641-668 AD)
Date: 659-660 AD (Year 19)
Condition: aVF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Constans standing, facing, with long beard, wearing cuirass and helmet with plume. In right hand, long cross; left hand on hip. To left, /; To right, "", with beneath. Above, cross.

Reverse: Heraclius, Constantine IV, and Tiberius standing, facing, each wearing chlamys and crown with cross, and holding globus cruciger in right hand. Letter to right obscure or nonexistent.

Constantinople mint, third officina
DO 82c; Sear 1011
3.95g; 24.3mm; 180°
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Sear 1011 - Follis - 659-660 AD (Year 19) - Constantinople mint - 4th officina18 viewsEmperor: Constans II (r. 641-668 AD)
Date: 659-660 AD (Year 19)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Constans standing, facing, with long beard, wearing cuirass and helmet with plume. In right hand, long cross; left hand on hip. To left, /; To right, "", with beneath. Above, cross.

Reverse: Heraclius, Constantine IV, and Tiberius standing, facing, each wearing chlamys and crown with cross, and holding globus cruciger in right hand. Letter to right obscure or nonexistent.

Constantinople mint, fourth officina
DO 82d; Sear 1011
3.23g; 23.8mm; 15°
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Sear 1011 - Follis - 659-660 AD (Year 19) - Constantinople mint - 5th officina25 viewsEmperor: Constans II (r. 641-668 AD)
Date: 659-660 AD (Year 19)
Condition: VF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Constans standing, facing, with long beard, wearing cuirass and helmet with plume. In right hand, long cross; left hand on hip. To left, /; To right, "", with beneath. Above, cross.

Reverse: Heraclius, Constantine IV, and Tiberius standing, facing, each wearing chlamys and crown with cross, and holding globus cruciger in right hand. Letter to right obscure (?) or nonexistent.

Constantinople mint, fifth officina
DO 82e; Sear 1011
4.20g; 25.5mm; 195°
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Sear 1011 - Follis - 661-662 AD (Year 21) - Constantinople mint - 3rd officina (unlisted)21 viewsEmperor: Constans II (r. 641-668 AD)
Date: 661-662 AD (Year 21)
Condition: VF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Constans standing, facing, with long beard, wearing cuirass and helmet with plume. In right hand, long cross; left hand on hip. To left, /; To right, "", with beneath. Above, cross.

Reverse: Heraclius, Constantine IV, and Tiberius standing, facing, each wearing chlamys and crown with cross, and holding globus cruciger in right hand.

Constantinople mint, third officina
Sear 1011 (unlisted officina)
2.98g; 21.6mm; 180°
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Sear 1011 - Follis - 661-662 AD (Year 21) - Constantinople mint - 4th officina14 viewsEmperor: Constans II (r. 641-668 AD)
Date: 661-662 AD (Year 21)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Constans standing, facing, with long beard, wearing cuirass and helmet with plume. In right hand, long cross; left hand on hip. To left, /; To right, "", with beneath. Above, cross.

Reverse: Heraclius, Constantine IV, and Tiberius standing, facing, each wearing chlamys and crown with cross, and holding globus cruciger in right hand.

Constantinople mint, fourth officina
DO 84b; Sear 1011
2.55g; 21.0mm; 195°
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Sear 1011 - Follis - 663-664 AD (Year 23) - Constantinople mint - 1st officina16 viewsEmperor: Constans II (r. 641-668 AD)
Date: 663-664 AD (Year 23)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Constans standing, facing, with long beard, wearing cuirass and helmet with plume. In right hand, long cross; left hand on hip. To left, //; To right, "", with beneath. Above, cross.

Reverse: Heraclius, Constantine IV, and Tiberius standing, facing, each wearing chlamys and crown with cross, and holding globus cruciger in right hand.

Constantinople mint, first officina
Sear 1011
3.05g; 19.7mm; 165°
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Sear 1011 - Follis - 663-664 AD (Year 23) - Constantinople mint - 5th officina12 viewsEmperor: Constans II (r. 641-668 AD)
Date: 663-664 AD (Year 23)
Condition: aVF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Constans standing, facing, with long beard, wearing cuirass and helmet with plume. In right hand, long cross; left hand on hip. To left, //; To right, "", with beneath. Above, cross.

Reverse: Heraclius, Constantine IV, and Tiberius standing, facing, each wearing chlamys and crown with cross, and holding globus cruciger in right hand.

Constantinople mint, fifth officina
DO 85d; Sear 1011
2.41g; 19.2mm; 30°
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Sear 1012 - Follis - 665-666 AD (Year 25) - Constantinople mint - 3rd officina18 viewsEmperor: Constans II (r. 641-668 AD)
Date: 665-666 AD (Year 25)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
To left, Constans standing, facing, with long beard, wearing cuirass and crown with cross. In right hand, long cross; left hand on hip. To right, Constantine IV, beardless, wearing chlamys and crown with cross. Between heads, cross. In field right, //

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross. To left and right, Heraclius and Tiberius standing, facing, each wearing chlamys and crown with cross, and holding globus cruciger in right hand. Beneath, . Two steps beneath cross.
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, third officina
DO 87b; Sear 1012
3.48g; 24.2mm; 180°
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CsIIDO87d.jpg
Sear 1012 - Follis - 665-666 AD (Year 25) - Constantinople mint - 5th officina35 viewsEmperor: Constans II (r. 641-668 AD)
Date: 665-666 AD (Year 25)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
To left, Constans standing, facing, with long beard, wearing cuirass and crown with cross. In right hand, long cross; left hand on hip. To right, Constantine IV, beardless, wearing chlamys and crown with cross. Between heads, cross. In field right, //

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross. To left and right, Heraclius and Tiberius standing, facing, each wearing chlamys and crown with cross, and holding globus cruciger in right hand. Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, fifth officina
DO 87d; Sear 1012
4.45g; 24.6mm; 165°
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Sear 1013 - Follis - 666-668 AD (Years 26-27) - Constantinople mint - 3rd officina14 viewsEmperor: Constans II (r. 641-668 AD)
Date: 666-668 AD (Years 26-27)
Condition: aVF/Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Bust of Constans, facing, with long beard, wearing helmet with plume and cross. In right hand, globus cruciger. In field right, .

Reverse: Large ""; Above, bust of Constantine IV. To left and right, busts of Heraclius and Tiberius, each wearing chlamys and crown with cross, and holding globus cruciger in right hand.
To right, .

Constantinople mint, third officina
DO 88b; Sear 1013
4.81g; 23.2mm; 0°
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Sear 1013 - Follis - 666-668 AD (Years 26-27) - Constantinople mint - 5th officina24 viewsEmperor: Constans II (r. 641-668 AD)
Date: 666-668 AD (Years 26-27)
Condition: VF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Bust of Constans, facing, with long beard, wearing helmet with plume and cross. In right hand, globus cruciger. In field right, .

Reverse: Large ""; Above, bust of Constantine IV. To left and right, busts of Heraclius and Tiberius, each wearing chlamys and crown with cross, and holding globus cruciger in right hand.
To right, .

Constantinople mint, fifth officina
DO 88d (same dies); Sear 1013
4.05g; 19.8mm; 180°
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Sear 1014 - Follis - 666-668 AD (Years 26-27) - Constantinople mint - 1st officina13 viewsEmperor: Constans II (r. 641-668 AD)
Date: 666-668 AD (Years 26-27)
Condition: aVF/aFine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Bust of Constans, facing, with long beard, wearing helmet with plume and no cross. In right hand, globus cruciger. In field right, .

Reverse: Large ""; Above, bust of Constantine IV. To left and right, busts of Heraclius and Tiberius, each wearing chlamys and crown with cross, and holding globus cruciger in right hand. Beneath, .

Constantinople mint, first officina
DO 89a; Sear 1014
4.46g; 20.0mm; 210°
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Sear 1014 - Follis - 666-668 AD (Years 26-27) - Constantinople mint - 3rd officina13 viewsEmperor: Constans II (r. 641-668 AD)
Date: 666-668 AD (Years 26-27)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Bust of Constans, facing, with long beard, wearing helmet with plume and no cross. In right hand, globus cruciger. In field right, .

Reverse: Large ""; Above, bust of Constantine IV. To left and right, busts of Heraclius and Tiberius, each wearing chlamys and crown with cross, and holding globus cruciger in right hand. Beneath, .

Constantinople mint, third officina
Sear 1014
3.80g; 21.1mm; 180°
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CsIIDO89b.jpg
Sear 1014 - Follis - 666-668 AD (Years 26-27) - Constantinople mint - 4th officina16 viewsEmperor: Constans II (r. 641-668 AD)
Date: 666-668 AD (Years 26-27)
Condition: VF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Bust of Constans, facing, with long beard, wearing helmet with plume and no cross. In right hand, globus cruciger. In field right, .

Reverse: Large ""; Above, bust of Constantine IV. To left and right, busts of Heraclius and Tiberius, each wearing chlamys and crown with cross, and holding globus cruciger in right hand. Beneath, .

Constantinople mint, fourth officina
DO 89b; Sear 1014
4.19g; 22.7mm; 15°
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Sear 1025 var. - Follis - 666-667 AD (Indictional Year 10) - Constantinople mint16 viewsEmperor: Constans II (r. 641-668 AD)
Date: 666-667 AD (Indictional Year 10)
Condition: VF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Bust of Constans, facing, with long beard, wearing helmet with plume and no cross. In right hand, globus cruciger. In field right, .

Reverse: Large ""; Above, bust of Constantine IV. To left and right, busts of Heraclius and Tiberius, each wearing chlamys and crown with cross, and holding globus cruciger in right hand.
Exergue:

Constantinople mint
DO 103 var.; Sear 1025 var.
4.96g; 22.3mm; 180°

(With the surfacing of these coins with "" in the exergue, I prefer the theory that this and the "" ones are indictionally dated products of Constantinople.)
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Sear 1052 - Half Siliqua - 662-668 AD - Carthage mint30 viewsEmperor: Constans II (r. 641-668 AD)
Date: 662-668 AD
Condition: VF
Denomination: Half Siliqua

Obverse: No legend
To left, bust of Constans, with long beard, wearing chlamys and crown with cross, and holding globus cruciger. To right, bust of Constantine, beardless, wearing chlamys and crown with cross. Above, cross.

Reverse: No legend
To left and right, busts of Heraclius and Tiberius, each wearing chlamys and crown with cross, and holding globus cruciger in right hand. Above, cross.

Carthage mint
DO 133; Sear 1052; MIB 158
0.50g; 10.9mm; 150°

Ex Dr. Michael Metlich Collection
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Sear 1055 - Follis - 659-668 AD - Carthage mint20 viewsEmperor: Constans II (r. 641-668 AD)
Date: 659-668 AD
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
To left, Constans standing, with long beard, wearing cuirass and crown with cross. In right hand, long cross. To right, Constantine standing, beardless, wearing chlamys and crown with cross. Above, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, ; Beneath, ; To left, Heraclius; To right, Tiberius, standing, each wearing chlamys and crown with cross.

Carthage mint
DO 147; Sear 1055
5.34g; 20.1mm; 180°
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Sear 1062 - Half Follis - 659-668 AD - Carthage mint19 viewsEmperor: Constans II (r. 641-668 AD)
Date: 659-668 AD
Condition: Fair
Denomination: Half Follis

Obverse: [
To left, bust of Constans, facing, with long beard, wearing chlamys and crown with cross. In right hand, globus cruciger. To right, bust of Constantine, facing, beardless, wearing chlamys and crown with cross.

Reverse: To left and right, busts of Heraclius and Tiberius, each wearing chlamys and crown with cross, and holding globus cruciger in right hand. Above, cross.
Exergue:

Carthage mint
DO 148; Sear 1062
5.52g; 21.2mm; 270°

Overstruck on a Sear 1059 (/ on reverse)
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Sear 1110 - Follis - 659-668 AD - Syracuse mint27 viewsEmperor: Constans II (r. 641-668 AD)
Date: 659-668 AD
Condition: aVF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
To left, Constans standing, facing, with long beard, wearing cuirass and crown with cross. In right hand, long cross; left hand on hip. To right, Constantine, standing, facing, beardless, wearing chlamys and crown with cross. In right hand, globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large "M"; Above,
To left, Heraclius, to right, Tiberius, standing, facing; each wearing chlamys and crown with cross. In right hand, globus cruciger.
Exergue: SCL

Syracuse mint
DO 181; Sear 1110
4.51g; 24.4mm; 180°
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Sear 1139 - Follis - 659-668 AD - Ravenna mint162 viewsEmperor: Constans II (r. 641-668 AD)
Date: 659-668 AD
Probable Date: 662-663 AD (Year 22)
Condition: Fine/Fair
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: Illegible legend
To left, bust of Constans, with long beard, To right, bust of Constantine, beardless, each wearing chlamys and crown with cross. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, (/?); To left and right, Heraclius and Tiberius, standing, each wearing chlamys and crown, Heraclius holding globus cruciger.
Exergue:

Ravenna mint
Sear 1139
1.48g; 17.6mm; 180°
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Sear 1170 - Hexagram - 674-681 AD - Constantinople mint91 viewsEmperor: Constantine IV (r. 668-685 AD)
Date: 674-681 AD
Condition: aFine
Denomination: Hexagram

Obverse: NCOINSP (or similar)
Bust 3/4 facing, bearded, wearing cuirass and helmet with diadem whose ties show to left. In right hand, spear held behind head; on left shoulder, shield with horseman device.

Reverse: SIRONIS (fragmentary)
Cross potent over globe on three steps. To left and right, Heraclius and Tiberius, each wearing chlamys and crown with cross on circlet, and holding globus cruciger in right hand.

Constantinople mint
DO 25; Sear 1170
6.06g; 22.2mm; 180°
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Sear 1173 - Follis - 668-673 AD - Constantinople mint - 4th officina50 viewsEmperor: Constantine IV (r. 668-685 AD)
Date: 668-673 AD
Condition: VF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: - [
Bust facing, beardless, wearing cuirass and helmet with plume. In right hand, globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left and right, Heraclius and Tiberius, each wearing chlamys and crown with cross, and holding globus cruciger; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, fourth officina
DO 28d; Sear 1173
18.25g; 35.7mm; 195°
1 commentsPep
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Sear 1173 - Follis - 668-673 AD - Constantinople mint - 5th officina61 viewsEmperor: Constantine IV (r. 668-685 AD)
Date: 668-673 AD
Condition: VF/Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: ][ -
Bust facing, beardless, wearing cuirass and helmet with plume. In right hand, globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left and right, Heraclius and Tiberius, each wearing chlamys and crown with cross, and holding globus cruciger; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, fifth officina
DO 28e (Reverse die match with 28e.3); Sear 1173
17.21g; 36.0mm; 195°

Ex NAC
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Sear 1176 - Follis - 674-681 AD - Constantinople mint - 5th officina123 viewsEmperor: Constantine IV (r. 668-685 AD)
Date: 674-681 AD
Condition: aEF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: ][ - ][
Bust 3/4 facing, bearded, wearing cuirass and helmet with plume and diadem, the ties of which are visible to left. In right hand, spear held behind head; on left shoulder, shield with horseman device.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left and right, Heraclius and Tiberius, each wearing chlamys and crown with cross, and holding globus cruciger; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, fifth officina
DO 31c; Sear 1176
15.90g; 33.8mm; 180°
3 commentsPep
ConIVDO53.jpg
Sear 1198 - Half Follis - 673-674 AD - Carthage mint43 viewsEmperor: Constantine IV (r. 668-685 AD)
Date: 673-674 AD
Condition: aFine
Denomination: Half Follis

Obverse: No legend
Busts of Heraclius, Constantine, and Tiberius, facing, with Constantine bearded and slightly larger than the others. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross.

Reverse: Large ""; To left, cross; To right, star.

Carthage mint
DO 53; Sear 1198; MIB 101
4.28g; 19.3mm; 135°
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Sear 1207 - Follis - 668-674 AD - Syracuse mint35 viewsEmperor: Constantine IV (r. 668-685 AD)
Date: 668-674 AD
Condition: Fine/aEF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Bust facing, beardless, wearing cuirass and helmet with plume. In right hand, globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; Above,
To left and right, Heraclius and Tiberius standing, each wearing chlamys and crown with cross, and holding globus cruciger.
Exergue:

Syracuse mint
DO 60; Sear 1207
3.87g; 26.5mm; 180°
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Sear 1208 - Follis - 674-681 AD - Syracuse mint19 viewsEmperor: Constantine IV (r. 668-685 AD)
Date: 674-681 AD
Condition: VF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Bust 3/4 facing, with short beard, wearing cuirass and helmet with cross, plume, and diadem, the ties of which are visible to the left. In right hand, spear held behind head; on left shoulder, shield with horseman device.

Reverse: Large ""; Above,
To left and right, Heraclius and Tiberius standing, each wearing chlamys and crown with cross, and holding globus cruciger.
Exergue:

Syracuse mint
DO 61; Sear 1208
5.56g; 21.6mm; 195°
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ConIVDO62.jpg
Sear 1209 - Follis - 674-681 AD - Syracuse mint29 viewsEmperor: Constantine IV (r. 668-685 AD)
Date: 674-681 AD
Condition: aVF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Emperor standing, facing, wearing cuirass and helmet with cross and plume. In right hand, spear; left hand on hip.

Reverse: Large "M"; Above,
To left and right, Heraclius and Tiberius standing, each wearing chlamys and crown with cross, and holding globus cruciger.
Exergue: SCL

Syracuse mint
DO 62; Sear 1209
7.656g; 21.4mm; 180°
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Sear 1239 - Follis - 679-680 AD (Year 26) - Ravenna mint103 viewsEmperor: Constantine IV (r. 668-685 AD)
Date: 679-680 AD (Year 26)
Condition: aVF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: DNCOTINVSPP (or similar)
Bust 3/4 facing, with short beard, wearing cuirass and helmet with plume and diadem, the ties of which are visible to the left. In right hand, spear held behind head; on left shoulder, shield.

Reverse: Large "M"; To left and right, Heraclius and Tiberius standing, each wearing chlamys and crown with cross, and holding globus cruciger; Above, NNO over XXVI; Beneath, .
Exergue: RAV

Ravenna mint
DO 89; Sear 1239; MIB 117
2.40g; 22.3mm; 165°

Ex Dr. Michael Metlich Collection
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Sear 1239 - Follis - 681-682 AD (Year 28) - Ravenna mint85 viewsEmperor: Constantine IV (r. 668-685 AD)
Date: 681-682 AD (Year 28)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: DNCOTINVSPP (or similar)
Bust 3/4 facing, with short beard, wearing cuirass and helmet with plume and diadem, the ties of which are visible to the left. In right hand, spear held behind head; on left shoulder, shield.

Reverse: Large "M"; To left and right, Heraclius and Tiberius standing, each wearing chlamys and crown with cross, and holding globus cruciger; Above, NNO over VIII; Beneath, .
Exergue: RAV

Ravenna mint
Sear 1239; MIB 117
4.23g; 23.5mm; 165°

Ex Dr. Michael Metlich Collection
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RvltDO8.jpg
Sear 715 - Decanummium - 608-610 AD - Carthage mint82 viewsRevolt of the Heraclii (608-610 AD)
Date: 608-610 AD
Condition: VF
Denomination: Decanummium

Obverse: RCIO - CONSVI
Bust of Heraclius, facing, bearded, wearing consular robes. In right hand, eagle-topped scepter. Above head, cross.

Reverse: Large "X"; Above, cross; Beneath, ; To left, /N/; To right, /M/

Carthage mint
DO 8; Sear 715
2.88g; 17.6mm; 330°
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Sear 722 - Follis - 610 AD (Indictional Year 14) - Alexandretta mint153 viewsRevolt of the Heraclii (608-610 AD)
Date: 610 AD (Indictional Year 14)
Condition: aVF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: ]
Busts of Heraclius and his father, facing, both bearded and bareheaded, wearing consular robes. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Alexandretta mint
DO 16; Sear 722
9.67g; 29.5mm; 180°
2 commentsPep
HclsDO61.jpg
Sear 795 - Hexagram - 615-625 AD - Constantinople mint281 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 615-625 AD
Condition: VF
Denomination: Hexagram

Obverse: (or similar)
To left, Heraclius with short beard; to right, Heraclius Constantine beardless, seated together on double throne. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger in right hand. Between heads, cross.

Reverse:
Cross potent on base above globe and three steps.
No letter in reverse field

Constantinople mint
DO 61; Sear 795; MIB 134
6.24g; 23.6mm; 15°
1 commentsPep
HclsDO62.jpg
Sear 796 - Hexagram - 615-625 AD - Constantinople mint49 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 615-625 AD
Condition: aVF
Denomination: Hexagram

Obverse: [ ] (or similar)
To left, Heraclius with short beard; to right, Heraclius Constantine beardless, seated together on double throne. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger in right hand. Between heads, cross.

Reverse:
Cross potent on base above globe and three steps.
"" in reverse field left.

Constantinople mint
DO 62; Sear 796; MIB 138
6.95g; 23.6mm; 0°

Ex Dr. Michael Metlich Collection
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HclsDO63.jpg
Sear 797 - Hexagram - 615-638 AD - Constantinople mint46 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 615-638 AD
Condition: aVF
Denomination: Hexagram

Obverse: [ ] (or similar)
To left, Heraclius with short beard; to right, Heraclius Constantine beardless, seated together on double throne. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger in right hand. Between heads, cross.

Reverse:
Cross potent on base above globe and three steps.
"" in reverse field right.

Constantinople mint
DO 63; Sear 797
6.33g; 24.6mm; 225°
Pep
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Sear 798 - Hexagram - 615-638 AD - Constantinople mint33 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 615-638 AD
Condition: aVF/Fine
Denomination: Hexagram

Obverse: ][
To left, Heraclius with short beard; to right, Heraclius Constantine beardless, seated together on double throne. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger in right hand. Between heads, cross.

Reverse:
Cross potent on base above globe and three steps.
"" in reverse field right.

Constantinople mint
DO 64; Sear 798
6.48g; 25.3mm; 180°
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Sear 799 - Hexagram - 632-635 AD - Constantinople mint43 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 632-635 AD
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Hexagram

Obverse: ][ ] (or similar)
To left, Heraclius with short beard; to right, Heraclius Constantine beardless, seated together on double throne. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger in right hand. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: [
Cross potent on forked base above globe and three steps.
in reverse field right

Constantinople mint
DO 65; Sear 799; MIB 143
6.39g; 25.0mm; 165°

Ex Dr. Michael Metlich Collection
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Sear 801 - Hexagram - 615-638 AD - Constantinople mint36 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 615-638 AD
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Hexagram

Obverse: ][
To left, Heraclius with short beard; to right, Heraclius Constantine beardless, seated together on double throne. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger in right hand. Between heads, cross.

Reverse:
Cross potent on base above globe and three steps.
and "" in reverse field.

Constantinople mint
DO 67; Sear 801
6.44g; 23.0mm; 180°

Ex CNG
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HclsDO69a.jpg
Sear 804 - Follis - 610-611 AD (Year 1) - Constantinople mint - 1st officina39 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 610-611 AD (Year 1)
Condition: aVF/Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: - []
Bust facing, bearded, wearing cuirass with shield and helmet with pendilia and narrow plume with cross in front. In right hand, globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, first officina
DO 69a; Sear 804
10.00g; 33.2mm; 15°

Obverse die match with DO 69a.
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Sear 804 - Follis - 610-611 AD (Year 1) - Constantinople mint - 2nd officina28 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 610-611 AD (Year 1)
Condition: aVF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: [ ] -
Bust facing, bearded, wearing cuirass with shield and helmet with pendilia and plume. In right hand, globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, second officina
DO 69b; Sear 804
11.66g; 32.2mm; 210°
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HclsDO69c.jpg
Sear 804 - Follis - 610-611 AD (Year 1) - Constantinople mint - 3rd officina41 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 610-611 AD (Year 1)
Condition: aEF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: -
Bust facing, bearded, wearing cuirass with shield and plumed helmet with pendilia. In right hand, globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, third officina
DO 69c; Sear 804
12.09g; 31.8mm; 225°
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Sear 804 - Follis - 610-611 AD (Year 1) - Constantinople mint - 4th officina31 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 610-611 AD (Year 1)
Condition: VF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: [ - ]
Bust facing, bearded, wearing cuirass with shield and plumed helmet with pendilia. In right hand, globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, fourth officina
DO 69d; Sear 804
10.46g; 30.6mm; 210°
Pep
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Sear 804 - Follis - 610-611 AD (Year 1) - Constantinople mint - 5th officina25 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 610-611 AD (Year 1)
Condition: Fair
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: ]
Bust facing, bearded, wearing cuirass with shield and crown or helmet with pendilia. In right hand, globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, fifth officina
Sear 804
11.51g; 30.1mm; 225°
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Sear 804 - Follis - 611-612 AD (Year 2) - Constantinople mint - 1st officina23 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 611-612 AD (Year 2)
Condition: aFine/Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: ] -
Bust facing, bearded, wearing cuirass with shield and crown with pendilia and cross. In right hand, globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, first officina
DO 70a; Sear 804
11.34g; 29.3mm; 210°
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Sear 804 - Follis - 611-612 AD (Year 2) - Constantinople mint - 2nd officina25 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 611-612 AD (Year 2)
Condition: aVF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: - [
Bust facing, bearded, wearing cuirass with shield and crown with pendilia and cross. In right hand, globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, second officina
Sear 804
13.29g; 31.3mm; 195°
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Sear 804 - Follis - 611-612 AD (Year 2) - Constantinople mint - 3rd officina15 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 611-612 AD (Year 2)
Condition: VF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: -
Bust facing, bearded, wearing cuirass with shield and crown with pendilia. In right hand, globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, third officina
DO 70b; Sear 804
11.01g; 29.4mm; 60°
Pep
HclsDO70c.jpg
Sear 804 - Follis - 611-612 AD (Year 2) - Constantinople mint - 4th officina46 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 611-612 AD (Year 2)
Condition: VF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: - ][
Bust facing, bearded, wearing cuirass with shield and crown with pendilia. In right hand, globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, fourth officina
DO 70c; Sear 804
9.77g; 33.2mm; 225°

Overstruck on a previous Follis ("()" at 90° on obverse, bust on reverse at 30° (probably Phocas))
Pep
HclsDO70d.jpg
Sear 804 - Follis - 611-612 AD (Year 2) - Constantinople mint - 5th officina17 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 611-612 AD (Year 2)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: [ ]-
Bust facing, bearded, wearing cuirass with shield and crown with pendilia and cross. In right hand, globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, fifth officina
DO 70d; Sear 804
10.16g; 30.9mm; 15°
Pep
HclsDO71a.jpg
Sear 804 - Follis - 612-613 AD (Year 3) - Constantinople mint - 1st officina72 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 612-613 AD (Year 3)
Condition: VF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: [
Bust facing, bearded, wearing paludamentum and crown with trefoil ornament and pendilia, cross above. In right hand, globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, first officina
DO 71a; Sear 804
11.67g; 31.9mm; 45°

Overstruck on a Follis of Maurice Tiberius from Antioch ( on obverse; [ , mappa and crown with trefoil ornament on reverse)
3 commentsPep
HclsSear804_III_Beta.jpg
Sear 804 - Follis - 612-613 AD (Year 3) - Constantinople mint - 2nd officina28 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 612-613 AD (Year 3)
Condition: VF/aEF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: -
Bust facing, bearded, wearing cuirass with shield and crown with pendilia and cross. In right hand, globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, second officina
Sear 804
11.05g; 28.7mm; 210°
Pep
HclsDO71b.jpg
Sear 804 - Follis - 612-613 AD (Year 3) - Constantinople mint - 3rd officina26 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 612-613 AD (Year 3)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: - [
Bust facing, bearded, wearing cuirass with shield and crown with trefoil ornament and pendilia, cross above. In right hand, globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, third officina
DO 71b; Sear 804
12.50g; 33.0mm; 225°
Pep
HclsDO71c.jpg
Sear 804 - Follis - 612-613 AD (Year 3) - Constantinople mint - 4th officina31 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 612-613 AD (Year 3)
Condition: VF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: ] - [
Bust facing, bearded, wearing cuirass with shield and crown with pendilia and cross on circlet. In right hand, globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, fourth officina
DO 71c; Sear 804
10.85g; 31.5mm; 225°
Pep
HclsDO71d.jpg
Sear 804 - Follis - 612-613 AD (Year 3) - Constantinople mint - 5th officina23 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 612-613 AD (Year 3)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: ] - [
Bust facing, bearded, wearing cuirass with shield and crown with pendilia and cross. In right hand, globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, fifth officina
DO 71d; Sear 804
10.24g; 30.9mm; 195°
Pep
HclsDO76a.jpg
Sear 805 - Follis - 613 AD (Year 3) - Constantinople mint - 1st officina32 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 613 AD (Year 3)
Condition: aVF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: ] -
To left, Heraclius, and to right, Heraclius Constantine, both standing. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger in right hand. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, ; To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, first officina
DO 76a; Sear 805; MIB 160b
12.54g; 31.0mm; 30°

Overstruck on a previous Follis ("" at 315° on reverse)
Pep
HclsSear805_III_Alpha.jpg
Sear 805 - Follis - 613 AD (Year 3) - Constantinople mint - 1st officina22 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 613 AD (Year 3)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: ][ - ]
To left, Heraclius, and to right, Heraclius Constantine, both standing. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds long cross in right arm. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, first officina
Sear 805
11.71g; 32.3mm; 225°
Pep
HclsDO76b.jpg
Sear 805 - Follis - 613 AD (Year 3) - Constantinople mint - 2nd officina44 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 613 AD (Year 3)
Condition: VF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: [ ][
To left, Heraclius, and to right, Heraclius Constantine, both standing. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger in right hand. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, ; To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, second officina
DO 76b; Sear 805
9.64g; 29.1mm; 30°

Overstruck on a previous Follis ("" at 315° on reverse)
Pep
HclsDO76c.jpg
Sear 805 - Follis - 613 AD (Year 3) - Constantinople mint - 3rd officina44 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 613 AD (Year 3)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: Illegible legend
To left, Heraclius, and to right, Heraclius Constantine, both standing. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger in right hand. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, ; To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, third officina
DO 76c; Sear 805
11.77g; 31.6mm; 225°

Overstruck on a previous Follis of Tiberius II Constantine or Maurice Tiberius from Antioch (][ and crown on obverse at 180°; and /// on reverse at 45°)
Pep
HclsDO77a.jpg
Sear 805 - Follis - 613 AD (Year 3) - Constantinople mint - 3rd officina32 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 613 AD (Year 3)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: [
To left, Heraclius, and to right, Heraclius Constantine, both standing. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds long cross in right arm. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, third officina
DO 77a; Sear 805
9.65g; 28.3mm; 60°

Overstruck on a Follis from Antioch (/// and () at 120° on obverse)
Pep
HclsDO76d.jpg
Sear 805 - Follis - 613 AD (Year 3) - Constantinople mint - 4th officina33 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 613 AD (Year 3)
Condition: Fair
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: [
To left, Heraclius, and to right, Heraclius Constantine, both standing. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger in right hand. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross?; To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, fourth officina
DO 76d; Sear 805
11.05g; 31.8mm; 225°

Overstruck on a Follis of Phocas from Nicomedia (Large "[]" and [ at 210° on obverse)
Pep
HclsDO76e.jpg
Sear 805 - Follis - 613 AD (Year 3) - Constantinople mint - 5th officina26 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 613 AD (Year 3)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: [
To left, Heraclius, and to right, Heraclius Constantine, both standing. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger in right hand. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, ; To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, fifth officina
DO 76e; Sear 805
10.06g; 30.1mm; 30°

Overstruck on a Follis from Antioch (Large "", /// and [ at 240° on reverse)
Pep
HclsSear805_III_Epsilon.jpg
Sear 805 - Follis - 613 AD (Year 3) - Constantinople mint - 5th officina25 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 613 AD (Year 3)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: ]
To left, Heraclius, and to right, Heraclius Constantine, both standing. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds long cross in right arm. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross (or ?); To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, fifth officina
Sear 805
10.71g; 29.6mm; 15°

Overstruck on a coin from Antioch ( on reverse)
Pep
HclsDO79a.jpg
Sear 805 - Follis - 613-614 AD (Year 4) - Constantinople mint - 1st officina34 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 613-614 AD (Year 4)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: [
To left, Heraclius, and to right, Heraclius Constantine, both standing. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger in right hand. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, ?; To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, first officina
DO 79a; Sear 805
10.36g; 32.0mm; 15°

Overstruck on a Follis of Phocas from Nicomedia (Large "[]", (1st officina) and / (Year 4) on reverse)
Pep
HclsDO79b.jpg
Sear 805 - Follis - 613-614 AD (Year 4) - Constantinople mint - 2nd officina32 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 613-614 AD (Year 4)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: - [ ][
To left, Heraclius, and to right, Heraclius Constantine, both standing. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger in right hand. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, ; To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, second officina
DO 79b; Sear 805
13.38g; 32.3mm; 15°

Overstruck on a Follis of Tiberius II Constantine from Antioch (crown with cross, "][" and cross to right on obverse; "]" and "??/" (Year 4?) on reverse at 210°)
Sear 447
Pep
HclsDO79c.jpg
Sear 805 - Follis - 613-614 AD (Year 4) - Constantinople mint - 3rd officina22 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 613-614 AD (Year 4)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: [ - ][ ]
To left, Heraclius, and to right, Heraclius Constantine, both standing. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger in right hand. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, ; To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, third officina
DO 79c; Sear 805
13.14g; 30.3mm; 225°
Pep
HclsDO79d.jpg
Sear 805 - Follis - 613-614 AD (Year 4) - Constantinople mint - 4th officina22 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 613-614 AD (Year 4)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: [ ]
To left, Heraclius, and to right, Heraclius Constantine, both standing. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger in right hand. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, ?; To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, fourth officina
DO 79d; Sear 805
10.69g; 30.0mm; 15°

Overstruck on a previous Follis.
Pep
HclsDO79e.jpg
Sear 805 - Follis - 613-614 AD (Year 4) - Constantinople mint - 5th officina25 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 613-614 AD (Year 4)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: ][ ] - [
To left, Heraclius, and to right, Heraclius Constantine, both standing. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger in right hand. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, ?; To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, fifth officina
DO 79e; Sear 805
10.80g; 31.2mm; 225°
Pep
HclsDO80a.jpg
Sear 805 - Follis - 614-615 AD (Year 5) - Constantinople mint - 1st officina26 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 614-615 AD (Year 5)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: [
To left, Heraclius, and to right, Heraclius Constantine, both standing. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger in right hand. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, ; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, first officina
DO 80a; Sear 805
10.56g; 33.3mm; 30°

Overstruck on a Follis of Phocas ([] on reverse)
Pep
HclsDO80b.jpg
Sear 805 - Follis - 614-615 AD (Year 5) - Constantinople mint - 2nd officina22 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 614-615 AD (Year 5)
Condition: Fair
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: Illegible legend
To left, Heraclius, and to right, Heraclius Constantine, both standing. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger in right hand. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, ; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, second officina
DO 80b; Sear 805
11.75g; 33.8mm; 60°

Overstruck on a Year 6 Follis of Phocas from Nicomedia ("", "" and "" on obverse, bust on reverse at 210°); Sear 659
Pep
HclsDOC80c.jpg
Sear 805 - Follis - 614-615 AD (Year 5) - Constantinople mint - 3rd officina64 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 614-615 AD (Year 5)
Condition: aEF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: ]NNhR[ ] - TRCONS
To left, Heraclius, and to right, Heraclius Constantine, both standing. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger in right hand. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large "M"; Above, ; To left, /N/N/O; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue: CON

Constantinople mint, third officina
DO 80c; Sear 805; MIB 160
11.02g; 31.5mm; 15°

Overstruck, probably on a Year 4 Follis of this or a previous emperor (II/II on obverse).
Pep
HclsDO80d.jpg
Sear 805 - Follis - 614-615 AD (Year 5) - Constantinople mint - 4th officina22 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 614-615 AD (Year 5)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: [ - ][ ][
To left, Heraclius, and to right, Heraclius Constantine, both standing. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger in right hand. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, fourth officina
DO 80d; Sear 805
11.11g; 34.5mm; 195°
Pep
HclsDO80e.jpg
Sear 805 - Follis - 614-615 AD (Year 5) - Constantinople mint - 5th officina21 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 614-615 AD (Year 5)
Condition: Fair
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: ][
To left, Heraclius, and to right, Heraclius Constantine, both standing. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger in right hand. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, fifth officina
DO 80e; Sear 805
13.14g; 30.6mm; 210°
Pep
HclsDO81a.jpg
Sear 805 - Follis - 615-616 AD (Year 6) - Constantinople mint - 1st officina24 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 615-616 AD (Year 6)
Condition: Fine/aVF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: ][ ][
To left, Heraclius, and to right, Heraclius Constantine, both standing. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger in right hand. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, first officina
DO 81a; Sear 805
11.36g; 30.5mm; 15°
Pep
HclsSear805_G_Beta.jpg
Sear 805 - Follis - 615-616 AD (Year 6) - Constantinople mint - 2nd officina23 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 615-616 AD (Year 6)
Condition: aFine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: ] - (?)[
To left, Heraclius, and to right, Heraclius Constantine, both standing. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger in right hand. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, second officina
Sear 805
8.75g; 28.2mm; 15°
Pep
HclsDO81c.jpg
Sear 805 - Follis - 615-616 AD (Year 6) - Constantinople mint - 4th officina21 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 615-616 AD (Year 6)
Condition: Fine/aFine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: [
To left, Heraclius, and to right, Heraclius Constantine, both standing. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger in right hand. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, fourth officina
DO 81c; Sear 805
10.34g; 29.4mm; 45°
Pep
HclsDO89a.jpg
Sear 806 - Follis - 615-616 AD (Year 6) - Constantinople mint - 2nd officina33 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 615-616 AD (Year 6)
Condition: VF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, facing: Heraclius, center; Heraclius Constantine, to right; Martina, to left. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger. Martina's crown has a loop on either side of the cross and pendilia descending to her shoulders. Crosses in upper field to left and right.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, second officina
DO 89a; Sear 806
8.85g; 28.1mm; 0°
2 commentsPep
HclsDO89b.jpg
Sear 806 - Follis - 615-616 AD (Year 6) - Constantinople mint - 3rd officina37 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 615-616 AD (Year 6)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, facing: Heraclius, center; Heraclius Constantine, to right; Martina, to left. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger. Martina's crown has a loop on either side of the cross and pendilia descending to her shoulders. Crosses in upper field to left and right.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, third officina
DO 89b; Sear 806
10.22g; 30.7mm; 225°
Pep
HclsDO89c.jpg
Sear 806 - Follis - 615-616 AD (Year 6) - Constantinople mint - 4th officina17 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 615-616 AD (Year 6)
Condition: aVF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, facing: Heraclius, center; Heraclius Constantine, to right; Martina, to left. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger. Martina's crown has a loop on either side of the cross and pendilia descending to her shoulders. Crosses in upper field to left and right.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, fourth officina
DO 89c; Sear 806
8.34g; 29.9mm; 15°
Pep
HclsDO89d.jpg
Sear 806 - Follis - 615-616 AD (Year 6) - Constantinople mint - 5th officina26 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 615-616 AD (Year 6)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, facing: Heraclius, center; Heraclius Constantine, to right; Martina, to left. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger. Martina's crown has a loop on either side of the cross and pendilia descending to her shoulders. Crosses in upper field to left and right.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, fifth officina
DO 89d; Sear 806
7.54g; 27.7mm; 195°
Pep
HclsDO90a.jpg
Sear 806 - Follis - 616-617 AD (Year 7) - Constantinople mint - 1st officina22 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 616-617 AD (Year 7)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, facing: Heraclius, center; Heraclius Constantine, to right; Martina, to left. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger. Martina's crown has a loop on either side of the cross and pendilia descending to her shoulders. Crosses in upper field to left and right.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, first officina
DO 90a (possible obverse die match); Sear 806
8.39g; 27.5mm; 240°
Pep
HclsDO90b.jpg
Sear 806 - Follis - 616-617 AD (Year 7) - Constantinople mint - 2nd officina15 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 616-617 AD (Year 7)
Condition: aVF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, facing: Heraclius, center; Heraclius Constantine, to right; Martina, to left. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger. Martina's crown has a loop on either side of the cross and pendilia descending to her shoulders. Crosses in upper field to left and right.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, second officina
DO 90b; Sear 806
8.67g; 27.8mm; 180°
Pep
HclsDO90c.jpg
Sear 806 - Follis - 616-617 AD (Year 7) - Constantinople mint - 3rd officina26 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 616-617 AD (Year 7)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, facing: Heraclius, center; Heraclius Constantine, to right; Martina, to left. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger. Martina's crown has a loop on either side of the cross and pendilia descending to her shoulders. Crosses in upper field to left and right.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, third officina
DO 90c; Sear 806
6.83g; 29.7mm; 60°
Pep
HclsDO90d.jpg
Sear 806 - Follis - 616-617 AD (Year 7) - Constantinople mint - 4th officina20 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 616-617 AD (Year 7)
Condition: aFine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, facing: Heraclius, center; Heraclius Constantine, to right; Martina, to left. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger. Martina's crown has a loop on either side of the cross and pendilia descending to her shoulders. Crosses in upper field to left and right.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, fourth officina
DO 90d; Sear 806
10.61g; 31.9mm; 15°
Pep
HclsSear806_GI_Epsilon.jpg
Sear 806 - Follis - 616-617 AD (Year 7) - Constantinople mint - 5th officina19 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 616-617 AD (Year 7)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, facing: Heraclius, center; Heraclius Constantine, to right; Martina, to left. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger. Martina's crown has a loop on either side of the cross and pendilia descending to her shoulders. Crosses in upper field to left and right.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, fifth officina
Sear 806
8.22g; 29.0mm; 195°
Pep
HclsSear806_IGI_Alpha.jpg
Sear 806 - Follis - 617-618 AD (Year 8) (unlisted) - Constantinople mint - 1st officina20 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 617-618 AD (Year 8)
Condition: aVF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, facing: Heraclius, center; Heraclius Constantine, to right; Martina, to left. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger. Martina's crown has a loop on either side of the cross and pendilia descending to her shoulders. Crosses in upper field to left and right.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, first officina
Sear 806 (unlisted year)
7.90g; 30.1mm; 225°
Pep
HclsSear806_GIII_Alpha.jpg
Sear 806 - Follis - 618-619 AD (Year 9) - Constantinople mint - 1st officina11 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 618-619 AD (Year 9)
Condition: aVF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, facing: Heraclius, center; Heraclius Constantine, to right; Martina, to left. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger. Martina's crown has a loop on either side of the cross and pendilia descending to her shoulders. Crosses in upper field to left and right.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, first officina
Sear 806
7.11g; 27.7mm; 225°
Pep
HclsSear806_GIII_Beta.jpg
Sear 806 - Follis - 618-619 AD (Year 9) - Constantinople mint - 2nd officina16 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 618-619 AD (Year 9)
Condition: aVF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, facing: Heraclius, center; Heraclius Constantine, to right; Martina, to left. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger. Martina's crown has a loop on either side of the cross and pendilia descending to her shoulders. Crosses in upper field to left and right.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, //; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, second officina
Sear 806 (unlisted date arrangement)
7.38g; 26.1mm; 195°
Pep
HclsSear806_GIII_Gamma.jpg
Sear 806 - Follis - 618-619 AD (Year 9) - Constantinople mint - 3rd officina19 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 618-619 AD (Year 9)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, facing: Heraclius, center; Heraclius Constantine, to right; Martina, to left. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger. Martina's crown has a loop on either side of the cross and pendilia descending to her shoulders. Crosses in upper field to left and right.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, //; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, third officina
Sear 806 (unlisted date arrangement)
7.86g; 28.0mm; 45°
Pep
HclsSear806_X_Alpha.jpg
Sear 806 - Follis - 619-620 AD (Year 10) - Constantinople mint - 1st officina11 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 619-620 AD (Year 10)
Condition: aFine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, facing: Heraclius, center; Heraclius Constantine, to right; Martina, to left. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger. Martina's crown has a loop on either side of the cross and pendilia descending to her shoulders. Crosses in upper field to left and right.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, first officina
Sear 806
6.34g; 28.8mm; 210°
Pep
HclsSear806_X_Gamma.jpg
Sear 806 - Follis - 619-620 AD (Year 10) - Constantinople mint - 3rd officina11 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 619-620 AD (Year 10)
Condition: VF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, facing: Heraclius, center; Heraclius Constantine, to right; Martina, to left. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger. Martina's crown has a loop on either side of the cross and pendilia descending to her shoulders. Crosses in upper field to left and right.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, third officina
Sear 806
10.19g; 27.8mm; 45°

Note: Not a Year 11
Pep
HclsSear806_XIII_Alpha.jpg
Sear 806 - Follis - 622-623 AD (Year 13) - Constantinople mint - 1st officina30 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 622-623 AD (Year 13)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, facing: Heraclius, center; Heraclius Constantine, to right; Martina, to left. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger. Martina's crown has a loop on either side of the cross and pendilia descending to her shoulders. Crosses in upper field to left and right.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, //; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, first officina
Sear 806
7.31g; 27.3mm; 195°
Pep
HclsSear806_XIII_Beta.jpg
Sear 806 - Follis - 622-623 AD (Year 13) - Constantinople mint - 2nd officina23 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 622-623 AD (Year 13)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, facing: Heraclius, center; Heraclius Constantine, to right; Martina, to left. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger. Martina's crown has a loop on either side of the cross and pendilia descending to her shoulders. Crosses in upper field to left and right.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, //; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, second officina
Sear 806
8.49g; 26.9mm; 240°
Pep
HclsDO94.jpg
Sear 806 - Follis - 622-623 AD (Year 13) - Constantinople mint - 4th officina23 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 622-623 AD (Year 13)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, facing: Heraclius, center; Heraclius Constantine, to right; Martina, to left. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger. Martina's crown has a loop on either side of the cross and pendilia descending to her shoulders. Crosses in upper field to left and right.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, //; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, fourth officina
DO 94; Sear 806
6.15g; 27.5mm; 195°
Pep
HclsSear807_GIII_Alpha.jpg
Sear 807 - Follis - 618-619 AD (Year 9) (unlisted) - Constantinople mint - 1st officina22 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 618-619 AD (Year 9)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, facing: Heraclius, center; Martina, to right; Heraclius Constantine, to left. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger. Martina's crown has a loop on either side of the cross and pendilia descending to her shoulders. Crosses in upper field to left and right.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, first officina
Sear 807 (unlisted year)
7.56g; 28.8mm; 240°
Pep
HclsSear807_GIII_Beta.jpg
Sear 807 - Follis - 618-619 AD (Year 9) (unlisted) - Constantinople mint - 2nd officina21 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 618-619 AD (Year 9)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, facing: Heraclius, center; Martina, to right; Heraclius Constantine, to left. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger. Martina's crown has a loop on either side of the cross and pendilia descending to her shoulders. Crosses in upper field to left and right.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, second officina
Sear 807 (unlisted year)
7.71g; 27.8mm; 225°
Pep
HclsSear807_GIII_Gamma.jpg
Sear 807 - Follis - 618-619 AD (Year 9) (unlisted) - Constantinople mint - 3rd officina15 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 618-619 AD (Year 9)
Condition: aFine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, facing: Heraclius, center; Martina, to right; Heraclius Constantine, to left. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger. Martina's crown has a loop on either side of the cross and pendilia descending to her shoulders. Crosses in upper field to left and right.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, //; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, third officina
Sear 807 (unlisted year)
7.48g; 26.4mm; 45°
Pep
HclsDO92a.jpg
Sear 807 - Follis - 619-620 AD (Year 10) - Constantinople mint - 1st officina25 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 619-620 AD (Year 10)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, facing: Heraclius, center; Martina, to right; Heraclius Constantine, to left. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger. Martina's crown has a loop on either side of the cross and pendilia descending to her shoulders. Crosses in upper field to left and right.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, first officina
DO 92a; Sear 807
7.58g; 28.7mm; 45°
Pep
HclsDO92b.jpg
Sear 807 - Follis - 619-620 AD (Year 10) - Constantinople mint - 2nd officina43 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 619-620 AD (Year 10)
Condition: VF/aEF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, facing: Heraclius, center; Martina, to right; Heraclius Constantine, to left. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger. Martina's crown has a loop on either side of the cross and pendilia descending to her shoulders. Crosses in upper field to left and right.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, second officina
DO 92b; Sear 807
9.99g; 28.0mm; 210°
Pep
HclsSear807_X_Gamma.jpg
Sear 807 - Follis - 619-620 AD (Year 10) - Constantinople mint - 3rd officina (unlisted)19 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 619-620 AD (Year 10)
Condition: Fair
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, facing: Heraclius, center; Martina, to right; Heraclius Constantine, to left. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger. Martina's crown has a loop on either side of the cross and pendilia descending to her shoulders. Crosses in upper field to left and right.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, third officina
Sear 807 (unlisted officina)
11.35g; 27.7mm; 45°
Pep
HclsSear807_XI_Alpha.jpg
Sear 807 - Follis - 620-621 AD (Year 11) (unlisted) - Constantinople mint - 1st officina13 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 620-621 AD (Year 11)
Condition: aFine/VF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, facing: Heraclius, center; Martina, to right; Heraclius Constantine, to left. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger. Martina's crown has a loop on either side of the cross and pendilia descending to her shoulders. Crosses in upper field to left and right.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, first officina
Sear 807 (unlisted year)
7.83g; 27.0mm; 45°
Pep
HclsSear807_XI_Beta.jpg
Sear 807 - Follis - 620-621 AD (Year 11) (unlisted) - Constantinople mint - 2nd officina17 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 620-621 AD (Year 11)
Condition: aFine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, facing: Heraclius, center; Martina, to right; Heraclius Constantine, to left. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger. Martina's crown has a loop on either side of the cross and pendilia descending to her shoulders. Crosses in upper field to left and right.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, second officina
Sear 807 (unlisted year)
8.55g; 30.4mm; 45°
Pep
HclsSear807_XI_Gamma.jpg
Sear 807 - Follis - 620-621 AD (Year 11) (unlisted) - Constantinople mint - 3rd officina24 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 620-621 AD (Year 11)
Condition: aFine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, facing: Heraclius, center; Martina, to right; Heraclius Constantine, to left. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger. Martina's crown has a loop on either side of the cross and pendilia descending to her shoulders. Crosses in upper field to left and right.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, third officina
Sear 807 (unlisted year)
7.94g; 24.9mm; 45°
Pep
HclsSear808_XU_Alpha.jpg
Sear 808 - Follis - 624-625 AD (Year 15) - Constantinople mint - 1st officina19 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 624-625 AD (Year 15)
Condition: aFine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, facing: Heraclius, center; Heraclius Constantine, to right; Martina, to left. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross (Martina's also with loops and pendilia?), and holds globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, and cross; To left, ; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, first officina
Sear 808
6.23g; 24.6mm; 240°
Pep
HclsDO99a.jpg
Sear 808 - Follis - 624-625 AD (Year 15) - Constantinople mint - 2nd officina26 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 624-625 AD (Year 15)
Condition: aVF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, facing: Heraclius, center; Heraclius Constantine, to right; Martina, to left. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross (Martina's also with loops and pendilia), and holds globus cruciger. Two crosses in field.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, ; To left, ; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, second officina
DO 99a; Sear 808
5.56g; 26.2mm; 195°
Pep
HclsDO99b.jpg
Sear 808 - Follis - 624-625 AD (Year 15) - Constantinople mint - 3rd officina19 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 624-625 AD (Year 15)
Condition: VF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, facing: Heraclius, center; Heraclius Constantine, to right; Martina, to left. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross (Martina's also with loops and pendilia), and holds globus cruciger. Two crosses in field?

Reverse: Large ""; Above, (and cross?); To left, ; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, third officina
DO 99b; Sear 808
5.90g; 26.0mm; 225°
Pep
HclsDO100a.jpg
Sear 808 - Follis - 625-626 AD (Year 16) - Constantinople mint - 1st officina28 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 625-626 AD (Year 16)
Condition: aVF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, facing: Heraclius, center; Heraclius Constantine, to right; Martina, to left. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross (Martina's also with loops and pendilia), and holds globus cruciger. Two crosses in field.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, and cross (obscure?); To left, ; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:
No exergual line

Constantinople mint, first officina
DO 100a; Sear 808
6.26g; 26.0mm; 210°
Pep
HclsDO100b.jpg
Sear 808 - Follis - 625-626 AD (Year 16) - Constantinople mint - 2nd officina16 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 625-626 AD (Year 16)
Condition: Fine/aVF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, facing: Heraclius, center; Heraclius Constantine, to right; Martina, to left. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross (Martina's also with loops and pendilia), and holds globus cruciger. Two crosses in field?

Reverse: Large ""; Above, and cross (obscure?); To left, ; To right, //; Beneath, .
Exergue:
No exergual line

Constantinople mint, second officina
DO 100b; Sear 808
5.06g; 24.9mm; 195°
Pep
HclsDO100c.jpg
Sear 808 - Follis - 625-626 AD (Year 16) - Constantinople mint - 3rd officina17 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 625-626 AD (Year 16)
Condition: Fair
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, facing: Heraclius, center; Heraclius Constantine, to right; Martina, to left. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross (Martina's also with loops and pendilia), and holds globus cruciger. Two crosses in field.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, and cross (obscure?); To left, ; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, third officina
DO 100c; Sear 808
5.65g; 27.5mm; 30°
Pep
HclsDO100d.jpg
Sear 808 - Follis - 625-626 AD (Year 16) - Constantinople mint - 4th officina26 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 625-626 AD (Year 16)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, facing: Heraclius, center; Heraclius Constantine, to right; Martina, to left. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross (Martina's also with loops and pendilia), and holds globus cruciger. Two crosses in field?

Reverse: Large ""; Above, and cross; To left, ?; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, fourth officina
DO 100d; Sear 808
5.37g; 23.8mm; 195°
Pep
HclsDO101a.jpg
Sear 808 - Follis - 626-627 AD (Year 17) - Constantinople mint - 1st officina25 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 626-627 AD (Year 17)
Condition: Fine/VF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, facing: Heraclius, center; Heraclius Constantine, to right; Martina, to left. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross (Martina's also with loops and pendilia), and holds globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, and cross; To left, ; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:
No exergual line

Constantinople mint, first officina
DO 101a; Sear 808
5.39g; 23.5mm; 225°
Pep
HclsDO101b.jpg
Sear 808 - Follis - 626-627 AD (Year 17) - Constantinople mint - 2nd officina19 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 626-627 AD (Year 17)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, facing: Heraclius, center; Heraclius Constantine, to right; Martina, to left. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross (Martina's also with loops and pendilia), and holds globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, and cross; To left, ; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:
No exergual line

Constantinople mint, second officina
DO 101b; Sear 808
6.18g; 25.2mm; 195°
Pep
HclsDO101c.jpg
Sear 808 - Follis - 626-627 AD (Year 17) - Constantinople mint - 3rd officina31 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 626-627 AD (Year 17)
Condition: Fine/VF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, facing: Heraclius, center; Heraclius Constantine, to right; Martina, to left. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross (Martina's also with loops and pendilia), and holds globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, and cross; To left, ; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:
No exergual line

Constantinople mint, third officina
DO 101c; Sear 808
6.85g; 25.7mm; 225°
Pep
HclsDO101d.jpg
Sear 808 - Follis - 626-627 AD (Year 17) - Constantinople mint - 4th officina19 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 626-627 AD (Year 17)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, facing: Heraclius, center; Heraclius Constantine, to right; Martina, to left. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross (Martina's also with loops and pendilia), and holds globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, and cross; To left, ; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, fourth officina
DO 101d; Sear 808
6.45g; 23.9mm; 195°
Pep
HclsDO102a.jpg
Sear 808 - Follis - 627-628 AD (Year 18) - Constantinople mint - 1st officina29 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 627-628 AD (Year 18)
Condition: aVF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, facing: Heraclius, center; Heraclius Constantine, to right; Martina, to left. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross (Martina's also with loops and pendilia), and holds globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, and cross; To left, ; To right, //; Beneath, .
Exergue:
No exergual line

Constantinople mint, first officina
DO 102a; Sear 808
6.50g; 24.7mm; 210°
Pep
HclsDO102b.jpg
Sear 808 - Follis - 627-628 AD (Year 18) - Constantinople mint - 2nd officina20 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 627-628 AD (Year 18)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, facing: Heraclius, center; Heraclius Constantine, to right; Martina, to left. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross (Martina's also with loops and pendilia), and holds globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, and cross; To left, ; To right, //; Beneath, .
Exergue:
No exergual line

Constantinople mint, second officina
DO 102b; Sear 808
6.45g; 24.7mm; 30°
Pep
HclsDO102c.jpg
Sear 808 - Follis - 627-628 AD (Year 18) - Constantinople mint - 4th officina35 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 627-628 AD (Year 18)
Condition: VF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, facing: Heraclius, center; Heraclius Constantine, to right; Martina, to left. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross (Martina's also with loops and pendilia), and holds globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, and cross; To left, ; To right, //; Beneath, .
Exergue:
No exergual line

Constantinople mint, fourth officina
DO 102c; Sear 808
4.77g; 24.7mm; 195°
Pep
HclsSear808_XGIII_Beta.jpg
Sear 808 - Follis - 628-629 AD (Year 19) - Constantinople mint - 2nd officina32 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 628-629 AD (Year 19)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, facing: Heraclius, center; Heraclius Constantine, to right; Martina, to left. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross (Martina's also with loops and pendilia), and holds globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, and cross; To left, ; To right, //; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, second officina
Sear 808 (unlisted date arrangement)
5.23g; 23.7mm; 210°
Pep
HclsSear808_XGIII_Gamma.jpg
Sear 808 - Follis - 628-629 AD (Year 19) - Constantinople mint - 3rd officina27 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 628-629 AD (Year 19)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, facing: Heraclius, center; Heraclius Constantine, to right; Martina, to left. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross (Martina's also with loops and pendilia), and holds globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, and cross; To left, ; To right, //; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, third officina
Sear 808 (unlisted date arrangement)
6.37g; 25.2mm; 180°
Pep
HclsDO105a.jpg
Sear 810 - Follis - 629-630 AD (Year 20) - Constantinople mint - 1st officina30 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 629-630 AD (Year 20)
Condition: VF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
To left, Heraclius standing, with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross. He holds in right hand long cross, left hand on hip. To right, Heraclius Constantine standing, with short beard, wearing chlamys and crown with cross; in right hand, globus cruciger. Between heads, cross. To left, ; To right, .

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross and ; To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, first officina
DO 105a; Sear 810
10.51g; 31.0mm; 180°

Ex ArtCoins Roma
Pep
HclsDO105b.jpg
Sear 810 - Follis - 629-630 AD (Year 20) - Constantinople mint - 2nd officina23 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 629-630 AD (Year 20)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
To left, Heraclius standing, with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross. He holds in right hand long cross, left hand on hip. To right, Heraclius Constantine standing, with short beard, wearing chlamys and crown with cross; in right hand, globus cruciger. Between heads, cross. To left, ; To right, .

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross and ; To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, second officina
DO 105b; Sear 810
11.16g; 31.6mm; 210°
Pep
HclsDO105c.jpg
Sear 810 - Follis - 629-630 AD (Year 20) - Constantinople mint - 3rd officina30 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 629-630 AD (Year 20)
Condition: aVF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
To left, Heraclius standing, with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross. He holds in right hand long cross, left hand on hip. To right, Heraclius Constantine standing, with short beard, wearing chlamys and crown with cross; in right hand, globus cruciger. Between heads, cross. To left, ; To right, .

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, third officina
DO 105c; Sear 810
9.50g; 31.7mm; 195°

Overstruck on a Constantinople Follis of Heraclius (, /// & on obverse; [ on reverse (Sear 805))
Pep
HclsSear810_XX_Delta.jpg
Sear 810 - Follis - 629-630 AD (Year 20) - Constantinople mint - 4th officina30 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 629-630 AD (Year 20)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
To left, Heraclius standing, with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross. He holds in right hand long cross, left hand on sword. To right, Heraclius Constantine standing, with short beard, wearing chlamys and crown with cross; in right hand, globus cruciger. Between heads, cross. To left, ; To right, .

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross and ; To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, fourth officina
Sear 810
9.70g; 32.8mm; 210°

Overstruck on a Follis of Heraclius (/// on obverse; [ on reverse)
Pep
HclsSear810_XX_Epsilon.jpg
Sear 810 - Follis - 629-630 AD (Year 20) - Constantinople mint - 5th officina (unlisted)25 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 629-630 AD (Year 20)
Condition: aVF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
To left, Heraclius standing, with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross. He holds in right hand long cross, left hand on hip. To right, Heraclius Constantine standing, with short beard, wearing chlamys and crown with cross; in right hand, globus cruciger. Between heads, cross. To left, ; To right, .

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross (and ?); To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, fifth officina
Sear 810 (unlisted officina)
10.29g; 31.0mm; 165°

Overstruck on a previous Follis (from Nicomedia?)
Pep
HclsDO106a.jpg
Sear 810 - Follis - 630-631 AD (Year 21) - Constantinople mint - 1st officina30 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 630-631 AD (Year 21)
Condition: aVF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
To left, Heraclius standing, with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross. He holds in right hand long cross, left hand on hip. To right, Heraclius Constantine standing, with short beard, wearing chlamys and crown with cross; in right hand, globus cruciger. Between heads, cross. To left, ; To right, .

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, //; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, first officina
DO 106a; Sear 810
8.66g; 29.1mm; 210°
Pep
HclsDO106c.jpg
Sear 810 - Follis - 630-631 AD (Year 21) - Constantinople mint - 3rd officina27 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 630-631 AD (Year 21)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
To left, Heraclius standing, with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross. He holds in right hand long cross, left hand on hip. To right, Heraclius Constantine standing, with short beard, wearing chlamys and crown with cross; in right hand, globus cruciger. Between heads, cross. To left, ; To right, .

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, //; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, third officina
DO 106c; Sear 810
8.98g; 28.2mm; 210°
Pep
HclsDO106d.jpg
Sear 810 - Follis - 630-631 AD (Year 21) - Constantinople mint - 4th officina20 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 630-631 AD (Year 21)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
To left, Heraclius standing, with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross. He holds in right hand long cross, left hand on hip. To right, Heraclius Constantine standing, with short beard, wearing chlamys and crown with cross; in right hand, globus cruciger. Between heads, cross. To left, ; To right, .

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, //; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, fourth officina
DO 106d; Sear 810
8.15g; 27.3mm; 165°
Pep
HclsDO107a.jpg
Sear 810 - Follis - 631-632 AD (Year 22) - Constantinople mint - 1st officina22 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 631-632 AD (Year 22)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
To left, Heraclius standing, with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross. He holds in right hand long cross, left hand on hip. To right, Heraclius Constantine standing, with short beard, wearing chlamys and crown with cross; in right hand, globus cruciger. Between heads, cross. To left, ; To right, .

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross and ; To left, ///; To right, //; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, first officina
DO 107a; Sear 810
7.42g; 25.6mm; 195°
Pep
HclsDO107b.jpg
Sear 810 - Follis - 631-632 AD (Year 22) - Constantinople mint - 2nd officina21 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 631-632 AD (Year 22)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
To left, Heraclius standing, with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross. He holds in right hand long cross, left hand on hip. To right, Heraclius Constantine standing, with short beard, wearing chlamys and crown with cross; in right hand, globus cruciger. Between heads, cross. To left, ?; To right, .

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross and ?; To left, ///; To right, //; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, second officina
DO 107b; Sear 810
7.28g; 26.1mm; 180°
Pep
HclsDO108a.jpg
Sear 810 - Follis - 632-633 AD (Year 23) - Constantinople mint - 1st officina29 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 632-633 AD (Year 23)
Condition: VF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
To left, Heraclius standing, with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross. He holds in right hand long cross, left hand on hip. To right, Heraclius Constantine standing, with short beard, wearing chlamys and crown with cross; in right hand, globus cruciger. Between heads, cross. To left, ; To right, .

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross and ; To left, ///; To right, ///; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, first officina
DO 108a; Sear 810
5.99g; 29.3mm; 210°

Overstruck on a Thessalonian Coin of Heraclius (Half Follis or larger) ()
Pep
HclsDO108c.jpg
Sear 810 - Follis - 632-633 AD (Year 23) - Constantinople mint - 4th officina34 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 632-633 AD (Year 23)
Condition: VF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
To left, Heraclius standing, with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross. He holds in right hand long cross, left hand on hip. To right, Heraclius Constantine standing, with short beard, wearing chlamys and crown with cross; in right hand, globus cruciger. Between heads, cross. To left, ; To right, .

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross and ; To left, ///; To right, ///; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, fourth officina
DO 108c; Sear 810
8.14g; 26.6mm; 225°
Pep
HclsDO110a.jpg
Sear 810 - Follis - 633-634 AD (Year 24) - Constantinople mint - 1st officina16 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 633-634 AD (Year 24)
Condition: Fair/Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
To left, Heraclius standing, with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross. He holds in right hand long cross, left hand on hip. To right, Heraclius Constantine standing, with short beard, wearing chlamys and crown with cross; in right hand, globus cruciger. Between heads, cross. To left, ; To right, .

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ///; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, first officina
DO 110a; Sear 810
4.34g; 24.4mm; 15°
Pep
HclsSear810_XXIIII_Beta.jpg
Sear 810 - Follis - 633-634 AD (Year 24) - Constantinople mint - 2nd officina31 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 633-634 AD (Year 24)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
To left, Heraclius standing, with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross. He holds in right hand long cross, left hand on hip. To right, Heraclius Constantine standing, with short beard, wearing chlamys and crown with cross; in right hand, globus cruciger. Between heads, cross. To left, ; To right, .

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross and ; To left, ///; To right, ///; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, second officina
Sear 810
6.48g; 26.4mm; 180°
Pep
HclsSear810_XXIIII_Gamma.jpg
Sear 810 - Follis - 633-634 AD (Year 24) - Constantinople mint - 3rd officina21 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 633-634 AD (Year 24)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
To left, Heraclius standing, with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross. He holds in right hand long cross, left hand on hip. To right, Heraclius Constantine standing, with short beard, wearing chlamys and crown with cross; in right hand, globus cruciger. Between heads, cross. To left, ; To right, .

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross and ; To left, ///; To right, ///; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, third officina
Sear 810
5.41g; 26.7mm; 225°
Pep
HclsSear810_XXIIII_Delta.jpg
Sear 810 - Follis - 633-634 AD (Year 24) - Constantinople mint - 4th officina26 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 633-634 AD (Year 24)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
To left, Heraclius standing, with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross. He holds in right hand long cross, left hand on hip. To right, Heraclius Constantine standing, with short beard, wearing chlamys and crown with cross; in right hand, globus cruciger. Between heads, cross. To left, ; To right, .

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross and ; To left, ///; To right, ///; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, fourth officina
Sear 810 (unlisted date arrangement)
5.17g; 24.0mm; 210°
Pep
HclsDO112a.jpg
Sear 810 - Follis - 634-635 AD (Year 25) - Constantinople mint - 1st officina22 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 634-635 AD (Year 25)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
To left, Heraclius standing, with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross. He holds in right hand long cross, left hand on hip. To right, Heraclius Constantine standing, with short beard, wearing chlamys and crown with cross; in right hand, globus cruciger. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, ; To left, ///; To right, //; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, first officina
DO 112a; Sear 810
5.17g; 25.1mm; 180°
Pep
HclsDO112b.jpg
Sear 810 - Follis - 634-635 AD (Year 25) - Constantinople mint - 4th officina27 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 634-635 AD (Year 25)
Condition: aVF/Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
To left, Heraclius standing, with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross. He holds in right hand long cross, left hand on hip. To right, Heraclius Constantine standing, with short beard, wearing chlamys and crown with cross; in right hand, globus cruciger. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, ; To left, ///; To right, //; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, fourth officina
DO 112b; Sear 810
5.81g; 24.1mm; 180°
Pep
HclsDO112c.jpg
Sear 810 - Follis - 634-635 AD (Year 25) - Constantinople mint - 5th officina16 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 634-635 AD (Year 25)
Condition: aFine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
To left, Heraclius standing, with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross. He holds in right hand long cross, left hand on hip. To right, Heraclius Constantine standing, with short beard, wearing chlamys and crown with cross; in right hand, globus cruciger. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, ; To left, ///; To right, //; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, fifth officina
DO 112c; Sear 810
5.49g; 27.3mm; 210°
Pep
HclsSear810_XXG_Beta.jpg
Sear 810 - Follis - 635-636 AD (Year 26) - Constantinople mint - 2nd officina22 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 635-636 AD (Year 26)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
To left, Heraclius standing, with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross. He holds in right hand long cross, left hand on hip. To right, Heraclius Constantine standing, with short beard, wearing chlamys and crown with cross; in right hand, globus cruciger. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, ; To left, ///; To right, //; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, second officina
Sear 810
3.51g; 23.7mm; 30°
Pep
HclsDO113b.jpg
Sear 810 - Follis - 635-636 AD (Year 26) - Constantinople mint - 3rd officina22 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 635-636 AD (Year 26)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
To left, Heraclius standing, with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross. He holds in right hand long cross, left hand on hip. To right, Heraclius Constantine standing, with short beard, wearing chlamys and crown with cross; in right hand, globus cruciger. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, ?; To left, ///; To right, //; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, third officina
DO 113b; Sear 810
5.84g; 26.4mm; 195°

Overstruck on previous coin of Heraclius.
Pep
HclsDO113c.jpg
Sear 810 - Follis - 635-636 AD (Year 26) - Constantinople mint - 5th officina26 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 635-636 AD (Year 26)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
To left, Heraclius standing, with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross. He holds in right hand long cross, left hand on hip. To right, Heraclius Constantine standing, with short beard, wearing chlamys and crown with cross; in right hand, globus cruciger. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, ; To left, ///; To right, //; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, fifth officina
DO 113c; Sear 810
5.47g; 26.9mm; 210°
Pep
HclsDO114.jpg
Sear 810 - Follis - 636-637 AD (Year 27) - Constantinople mint - 5th officina23 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 636-637 AD (Year 27)
Condition: aFine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
To left, Heraclius standing, with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross. He holds in right hand long cross (or staff with star or ?), left hand on hip. To right, Heraclius Constantine standing, with short beard, wearing chlamys and crown with cross; in right hand, globus cruciger. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, ; To left, ///; To right, //; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, fifth officina
DO 114; Sear 810
5.71g; 26.9mm; 195°
Pep
HclsDO115.jpg
Sear 810 - Follis - 639-640 AD (Year 30) - Constantinople mint - 1st officina46 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 639-640 AD (Year 30)
Condition: VF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
To left, Heraclius standing, with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross. He holds in right hand long cross, left hand on hip. To right, Heraclius Constantine standing, with short beard, wearing chlamys and crown with cross; in right hand, globus cruciger. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, //; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, first officina
DO 115; Sear 810; MIB 165
4.91g; 24.1mm; 225°

Ex Dr. Michael Metlich Collection
Pep
HclsSear810_XXX_Beta.jpg
Sear 810 - Follis - 639-640 AD (Year 30) - Constantinople mint - 2nd officina32 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 639-640 AD (Year 30)
Condition: Fine/VF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
To left, Heraclius standing, with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross. He holds in right hand long cross, left hand on hip. To right, Heraclius Constantine standing, with short beard, wearing chlamys and crown with cross; in right hand, globus cruciger. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, ; To left, ///; To right, //; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, second officina
Sear 810
5.20g; 26.3mm; 210°

Overstruck on a previous coin of Heraclius.
1 commentsPep
HclsSear810_XXX_Epsilon.jpg
Sear 810 - Follis - 639-640 AD (Year 30) - Constantinople mint - 5th officina (unlisted)18 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 639-640 AD (Year 30)
Condition: Fair
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
To left, Heraclius standing, with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross. He holds in right hand long cross, left hand on hip. To right, Heraclius Constantine standing, with short beard, wearing chlamys and crown with cross; in right hand, globus cruciger. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, ; To left, ///; To right, //; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, fifth officina
Sear 810 (unlisted officina)
4.75g; 25.1mm; 210°
Pep
HclsDO125a.jpg
Sear 811 - Follis - 639-640 AD (Year 30) - Constantinople mint - 1st officina28 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 639-640 AD (Year 30)
Condition: Fine/aVF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
In center, Heraclius with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross, and holding long cross. To right, Heraclius Constantine, to left, Heraclonas; each wearing chlamys and crown with cross and holding globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, ; To left, ///; To right, //; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, first officina
DO 125a; Sear 811
4.56g; 25.4mm; 210°
Pep
HclsDO125b.jpg
Sear 811 - Follis - 639-640 AD (Year 30) - Constantinople mint - 2nd officina22 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 639-640 AD (Year 30)
Condition: aFine/aVF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
In center, Heraclius with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross, and holding long cross. To right, Heraclius Constantine, to left, Heraclonas; each wearing chlamys and crown with cross and holding globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, ; To left, ///; To right, //; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, second officina
DO 125b; Sear 811
5.54g; 25.9mm; 180°
Pep
HclsSear811_XXX_Gamma.jpg
Sear 811 - Follis - 639-640 AD (Year 30) - Constantinople mint - 3rd officina25 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 639-640 AD (Year 30)
Condition: aVF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
In center, Heraclius with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross, and holding long cross. To right, Heraclius Constantine, to left, Heraclonas; each wearing chlamys and crown with cross and holding globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, ; To left, ///; To right, //; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, third officina
Sear 811
5.27g; 23.7mm; 165°
Pep
HclsDO126a.jpg
Sear 811 - Follis - 639-640 AD (Year 30) - Constantinople mint - 4th officina23 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 639-640 AD (Year 30)
Condition: Fine/VF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
In center, Heraclius with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross, and holding long cross. To right, Heraclius Constantine, to left, Heraclonas; each wearing chlamys and crown with cross and holding globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, ; To left, ///; To right, //; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, fourth officina
DO 126a; Sear 811
5.74g; 23.3mm; 225°
Pep
HclsDO126b.jpg
Sear 811 - Follis - 639-640 AD (Year 30) - Constantinople mint - 5th officina19 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 639-640 AD (Year 30)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
In center, Heraclius with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross, and holding long cross. To right, Heraclius Constantine, to left, Heraclonas; each wearing chlamys and crown with cross and holding globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, ; To left, ///; To right, //; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, fifth officina
DO 126b; Sear 811
5.15g; 24.5mm; 195°
Pep
HclsSear811_XXXI_Alpha.jpg
Sear 811 - Follis - 640-641 AD (Year 31) - Constantinople mint - 1st officina25 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 640-641 AD (Year 31)
Condition: VF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
In center, Heraclius with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross, and holding long cross. To right, Heraclius Constantine, to left, Heraclonas; each wearing chlamys and crown with cross and holding globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, ; To left, ///; To right, ///; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, first officina
Sear 811
3.02g; 24.6mm; 210°
Pep
HclsSear811_XXXI_Beta.jpg
Sear 811 - Follis - 640-641 AD (Year 31) - Constantinople mint - 2nd officina21 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 640-641 AD (Year 31)
Condition: Fine/aVF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
In center, Heraclius with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross, and holding long cross. To right, Heraclius Constantine, to left, Heraclonas; each wearing chlamys and crown with cross and holding globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, ; To left, ///; To right, ///; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, second officina
Sear 811
3.88g; 24.3mm; 225°
Pep
HclsDO127a.jpg
Sear 811 - Follis - 640-641 AD (Year 31) - Constantinople mint - 3rd officina30 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 640-641 AD (Year 31)
Condition: aEF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
In center, Heraclius with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross, and holding long cross. To right, Heraclius Constantine, to left, Heraclonas; each wearing chlamys and crown with cross and holding globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, ; To left, ///; To right, ///; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, third officina
DO 127a; Sear 811
3.59g; 26.8mm; 225°

Ex Freeman and Sear, Ex Christov Family Collection
Pep
HclsSear811_XXXI_Delta.jpg
Sear 811 - Follis - 640-641 AD (Year 31) - Constantinople mint - 4th officina34 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 640-641 AD (Year 31)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
In center, Heraclius with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross, and holding long cross. To right, Heraclius Constantine, to left, Heraclonas; each wearing chlamys and crown with cross and holding globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, ; To left, ///; To right, ///; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, fourth officina
Sear 811
4.29g; 25.8mm; 210°
Pep
HclsDO127b.jpg
Sear 811 - Follis - 640-641 AD (Year 31) - Constantinople mint - 5th officina58 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 640-641 AD (Year 31)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
In center, Heraclius with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross, and holding long cross. To right, Heraclius Constantine, to left, Heraclonas; each wearing chlamys and crown with cross and holding globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, ; To left, ///; To right, ///; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, fifth officina
DO 127b; Sear 811
4.38g; 24.4mm; 195°
Pep
HclsDO117a.jpg
Sear 812 - Three-Quarter Follis - 629-630 AD (Year 20) - Constantinople mint - 1st officina54 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 629-630 AD (Year 20)
Condition: aVF/VF
Denomination: Three-Quarter Follis

Obverse: No legend
To left, Heraclius standing, with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross, holding long cross in right hand. To right, Heraclius Constantine standing, with short beard, wearing chlamys and crown with cross; in right hand, globus cruciger. Between heads, star. To left, ; To right, .

Reverse: Large ""; To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, first officina
DO 117a; Sear 812
6.11g; 25.0mm; 195°
Pep
HclsDO117b.jpg
Sear 812 - Three-Quarter Follis - 629-630 AD (Year 20) - Constantinople mint - 2nd officina25 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 629-630 AD (Year 20)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Three-Quarter Follis

Obverse: No legend
To left, Heraclius standing, with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross, holding long cross in right hand. To right, Heraclius Constantine standing, with short beard, wearing chlamys and crown with cross; in right hand, globus cruciger. Between heads, star(?). To left, ; To right, .

Reverse: Large ""; To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, second officina
DO 117b; Sear 812
5.78g; 27.4mm; 0°

Overstruck on a Year 17 Follis of Heraclius from Constantinople (Sear 808).
Pep
HclsDO117c.jpg
Sear 812 - Three-Quarter Follis - 629-630 AD (Year 20) - Constantinople mint - 3rd officina19 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 629-630 AD (Year 20)
Condition: Fair/aVF
Denomination: Three-Quarter Follis

Obverse: No legend
To left, Heraclius standing, with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross, holding long cross in right hand. To right, Heraclius Constantine standing, with short beard, wearing chlamys and crown with cross; in right hand, globus cruciger. Between heads, star(?). To left, ; To right, .

Reverse: Large ""; To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, third officina
DO 117c; Sear 812
5.84g; 28.4mm; 15°
Pep
HclsDO117d.jpg
Sear 812 - Three-Quarter Follis - 629-630 AD (Year 20) - Constantinople mint - 4th officina18 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 629-630 AD (Year 20)
Condition: VF
Denomination: Three-Quarter Follis

Obverse: No legend
To left, Heraclius standing, with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross, holding long cross in right hand. To right, Heraclius Constantine standing, with short beard, wearing chlamys and crown with cross; in right hand, globus cruciger. Between heads, star. To left, ; To right, .

Reverse: Large ""; To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Constantinople mint, fourth officina
DO 117d; Sear 812
6.65g; 27.1mm; 225°
Pep
HclsSear813_I_Epsilon.jpg
Sear 813 - Half Follis - 610-611 AD (Year 1) - Constantinople mint - 5th officina15 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 610-611 AD (Year 1)
Condition: Fair/Fine
Denomination: Half Follis

Obverse: - ][
Bust bearded, facing, wearing cuirass with shield and crown with pendilia and cross. In right hand, globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .

Constantinople mint, fifth officina
Sear 813
5.73g; 25.6mm; 240°
Pep
HclsSear813_III_Alpha.jpg
Sear 813 - Half Follis - 612-613 AD (Year 3) - Constantinople mint - 1st officina (unlisted)19 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 612-613 AD (Year 3)
Condition: Fine/aVF
Denomination: Half Follis

Obverse: [ - ][
Bust bearded, facing, wearing cuirass with shield and crown with pendilia and cross. In right hand, globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .

Constantinople mint, first officina
Sear 813 (unlisted officina)
5.26g; 24.8mm; 195°
Pep
HclsSear813_III_Gamma.jpg
Sear 813 - Half Follis - 612-613 AD (Year 3) - Constantinople mint - 3rd officina31 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 612-613 AD (Year 3)
Condition: Fine/aVF
Denomination: Half Follis

Obverse: ] - [
Bust bearded, facing, wearing cuirass with shield and crown with pendilia and cross. In right hand, globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .

Constantinople mint, third officina
Sear 813
3.76g; 23.5mm; 195°
Pep
HclsSear814_GII_Gamma.jpg
Sear 814 - Half Follis - 617-618 AD (Year 8) - Constantinople mint - 3rd officina (unlisted)20 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 617-618 AD (Year 8)
Condition: Fair
Denomination: Half Follis

Obverse: No legend
To left, Heraclius, and to right, Heraclius Constantine, both standing. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger in right hand. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .

Constantinople mint, third officina
Sear 814 (unlisted officina)
3.98g; 24.4mm; 225°
Pep
HclsSear814_XGII_Delta.jpg
Sear 814 - Half Follis - 627-628 AD (Year 18) - Constantinople mint - 4th officina26 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 627-628 AD (Year 18)
Condition: Fair/Fine
Denomination: Half Follis

Obverse: No legend
To left, Heraclius, and to right, Heraclius Constantine, both standing. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger in right hand.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .

Constantinople mint, fourth officina
Sear 814
2.28g; 20.1mm; 180°
Pep
HclsDO118a.jpg
Sear 815 - Half Follis - 629-630 AD (Year 20) - Constantinople mint - 1st officina38 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 629-630 AD (Year 20)
Condition: aVF
Denomination: Half Follis

Obverse: No legend
To left, Heraclius standing, with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross, holding long cross in right hand. To right, Heraclius Constantine standing, with short beard, wearing chlamys and crown with cross; in right hand, globus cruciger. Between heads, cross. To left, ; To right, .

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .

Constantinople mint, first officina
DO 118a; Sear 815
5.81g; 24.8mm; 225°

Overstruck on a Follis of Heraclius ( and () on reverse)
Pep
HclsDO118b.jpg
Sear 815 - Half Follis - 629-630 AD (Year 20) - Constantinople mint - 2nd officina25 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 629-630 AD (Year 20)
Condition: Fair
Denomination: Half Follis

Obverse: No legend
To left, Heraclius standing, with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross, holding long cross in right hand. To right, Heraclius Constantine standing, with short beard, wearing chlamys and crown with cross; in right hand, globus cruciger. Between heads, cross. To left, ; To right, .

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .

Constantinople mint, second officina
DO 118b; Sear 815
2.18g; 21.3mm; 45°
Pep
HclsDO118c.jpg
Sear 815 - Half Follis - 629-630 AD (Year 20) - Constantinople mint - 3rd officina24 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 629-630 AD (Year 20)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Half Follis

Obverse: No legend
To left, Heraclius standing, with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross, holding long cross in right hand. To right, Heraclius Constantine standing, with short beard, wearing chlamys and crown with cross; in right hand, globus cruciger. Between heads, cross. To left, ; To right, .

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .

Constantinople mint, third officina
DO 118c; Sear 815
4.63g; 23.9mm; 180°
Pep
HclsDO118d.jpg
Sear 815 - Half Follis - 629-630 AD (Year 20) - Constantinople mint - 4th officina24 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 629-630 AD (Year 20)
Condition: aVF
Denomination: Half Follis

Obverse: No legend
To left, Heraclius standing, with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross, holding long cross in right hand. To right, Heraclius Constantine standing, with short beard, wearing chlamys and crown with cross; in right hand, globus cruciger. Between heads, cross. To left, ; To right, .

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .

Constantinople mint, fourth officina
DO 118d; Sear 815
4.48g; 23.2mm; 45°
Pep
HclsDO119a.jpg
Sear 815 - Half Follis - 630-631 AD (Year 21) - Constantinople mint - 1st officina12 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 630-631 AD (Year 21)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Half Follis

Obverse: No legend
To left, Heraclius standing, with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross, holding long cross in right hand. To right, Heraclius Constantine standing, with short beard, wearing chlamys and crown with cross; in right hand, globus cruciger. Between heads, cross. To left, ; To right, .

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .

Constantinople mint, first officina
DO 119a; Sear 815
6.43g; 27.4mm; 225°

Overstruck on a Year 20 Follis of Heraclius from Constantinople, Sear 810 (/ by large "" at 150° on obverse; arm & long cross at 0° on reverse)
Pep
HclsDO119b.jpg
Sear 815 - Half Follis - 630-631 AD (Year 21) - Constantinople mint - 3rd officina19 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 630-631 AD (Year 21)
Condition: Fine/aVF
Denomination: Half Follis

Obverse: No legend
To left, Heraclius standing, with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross, holding long cross in right hand. To right, Heraclius Constantine standing, with short beard, wearing chlamys and crown with cross; in right hand, globus cruciger. Between heads, cross. To left, ; To right, .

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .

Constantinople mint, third officina
DO 119b; Sear 815
5.69g; 26.9mm; 30°
Pep
HclsDO119c.jpg
Sear 815 - Half Follis - 630-631 AD (Year 21) - Constantinople mint - 4th officina15 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 630-631 AD (Year 21)
Condition: Fair/Fine
Denomination: Half Follis

Obverse: No legend
To left, Heraclius standing, with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross, holding long cross in right hand. To right, Heraclius Constantine standing, with short beard, wearing chlamys and crown with cross; in right hand, globus cruciger. Between heads, cross. To left, ; To right, .

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .

Constantinople mint, fourth officina
DO 119c; Sear 815
5.19g; 25.6mm; 225°
Pep
HclsSear815_XXI_Epsilon.jpg
Sear 815 - Half Follis - 630-631 AD (Year 21) - Constantinople mint - 5th officina17 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 630-631 AD (Year 21)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Half Follis

Obverse: No legend
To left, Heraclius standing, with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross, holding long cross in right hand. To right, Heraclius Constantine standing, with short beard, wearing chlamys and crown with cross; in right hand, globus cruciger. Between heads, cross. To left, ; To right, .

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .

Constantinople mint, fifth officina
Sear 815
6.24g; 25.6mm; 30°
Pep
HclsSear815_XXIII_Alpha.jpg
Sear 815 - Half Follis - 632-633 AD (Year 23) - Constantinople mint - 1st officina19 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 632-633 AD (Year 23)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Half Follis

Obverse: No legend
To left, Heraclius standing, with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross, holding long cross in right hand. To right, Heraclius Constantine standing, with short beard, wearing chlamys and crown with cross; in right hand, globus cruciger. Between heads, cross. To left, ; To right, .

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, //; Beneath, .

Constantinople mint, first officina
Sear 815
2.89g; 21.8mm; 0°
Pep
HclsSear815_XXIIII_Alpha.jpg
Sear 815 - Half Follis - 633-634 AD (Year 24) - Constantinople mint - 1st officina22 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 633-634 AD (Year 24)
Condition: aFine
Denomination: Half Follis

Obverse: No legend
To left, Heraclius standing, with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross, holding long cross in right hand. To right, Heraclius Constantine standing, with short beard, wearing chlamys and crown with cross; in right hand, globus cruciger. Between heads, cross. To left, ; To right, .

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, //; Beneath, .

Constantinople mint, first officina
Sear 815
2.38g; 17.6mm; 210°
Pep
HclsSear815_XXU_Alpha.jpg
Sear 815 - Half Follis - 634-635 AD (Year 25) - Constantinople mint - 1st officina29 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 634-635 AD (Year 25)
Condition: aFine
Denomination: Half Follis

Obverse: No legend
To left, Heraclius standing, with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross, holding long cross in right hand. To right, Heraclius Constantine standing, with short beard, wearing chlamys and crown with cross; in right hand, globus cruciger. Between heads, cross. To left, ; To right, .

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .

Constantinople mint, first officina
Sear 815
2.60g; 19.2mm; 60°
Pep
HclsSear815_XXU_Gamma.jpg
Sear 815 - Half Follis - 634-635 AD (Year 25) - Constantinople mint - 3rd officina36 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 634-635 AD (Year 25)
Condition: Fair
Denomination: Half Follis

Obverse: No legend
To left, Heraclius standing, with mustache and long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross, holding long cross in right hand. To right, Heraclius Constantine standing, with short beard, wearing chlamys and crown with cross; in right hand, globus cruciger. Between heads, cross. To left, ; To right, .

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .

Constantinople mint, third officina
Sear 815
2.43g; 24.4mm; 180°
Pep
HclsDO97.jpg
Sear 818 - Decanummium - 617-618 AD (Year 8) - Constantinople mint39 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 617-618 AD (Year 8)
Condition: VF/aEF
Denomination: Decanummium

Obverse: ] - [
Bust right, diademed, with short beard, wearing cuirass and paludamentum.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To right, /.

Constantinople mint
DO 97; Sear 818
2.01g; 19.8mm; 165°
1 commentsPep
HclsSear818_UIIII.jpg
Sear 818 - Decanummium - 618-619 AD (Year 9) (unlisted) - Constantinople mint41 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 618-619 AD (Year 9)
Condition: aEF/VF
Denomination: Decanummium

Obverse: - ]
Bust right, diademed, with short beard, wearing cuirass and paludamentum.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To right, /.

Constantinople mint
Sear 818 (unlisted year)
2.04g; 17.7mm; 165°
1 commentsPep
HclsDO135a.jpg
Sear 824 - Follis - 614-615 AD (Year 5) - Thessalonica mint - 2nd officina23 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 614-615 AD (Year 5)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: - [
To left, Heraclius; to right, Heraclius Constantine; each standing, wearing chlamys and crown with cross, and holding globus cruciger in right hand. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Thessalonica mint, second officina
DO 135a; Sear 824
11.02g; 32.3mm; 165°
Pep
HclsDO136.jpg
Sear 824 - Follis - 615-616 AD (Year 6) - Thessalonica mint - 2nd officina38 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 615-616 AD (Year 6)
Condition: aFine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: - ][
To left, Heraclius; to right, Heraclius Constantine; each standing, wearing chlamys and crown with cross, and holding globus cruciger in right hand. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Thessalonica mint, second officina
DO 136; Sear 824
10.62g; 34.3mm; 180°

Overstruck on a Year 5 Follis of Phocas from Nicomedia, Sear 659 (reverse on obverse at 105°)
Pep
HclsDO138.jpg
Sear 824 - Follis - 617-618 AD (Year 8) - Thessalonica mint - 2nd officina31 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 617-618 AD (Year 8)
Condition: VF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: ] -
To left, Heraclius; to right, Heraclius Constantine; each standing, wearing chlamys and crown with cross, and holding globus cruciger in right hand. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue: (?)

Thessalonica mint, second officina
DO 138; Sear 824
9.14g; 31.6mm; 345°
1 commentsPep
HclsSear825_XIII_Beta.jpg
Sear 825 - Follis - 622-623 AD (Year 13) - Thessalonica mint - 2nd officina39 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 622-623 AD (Year 13)
Condition: VF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, each wearing chlamys and crown with cross, and holding globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Thessalonica mint, second officina
Sear 825
9.70g; 26.7mm; 195°
Pep
HclsDO146.jpg
Sear 825 - Follis - 623-624 AD (Year 14) - Thessalonica mint - 2nd officina24 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 623-624 AD (Year 14)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, each wearing chlamys and crown with cross, and holding globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, //; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Thessalonica mint, second officina
DO 146; Sear 825
8.06g; 26.1mm; 180°
Pep
HclsDO148.jpg
Sear 825 - Follis - 627-628 AD (Year 18) - Thessalonica mint - 2nd officina24 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 627-628 AD (Year 18)
Condition: VF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, each wearing chlamys and crown with cross, and holding globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, //; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Thessalonica mint, second officina
DO 148; Sear 825; MIB 221
4.17g; 23.8mm; 180°

Ex CNG, Ex J. S. Wagner Collection
Pep
HclsDO149.jpg
Sear 825 - Follis - 628-629 AD (Year 19) - Thessalonica mint - 2nd officina38 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 628-629 AD (Year 19)
Condition: VF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, each wearing chlamys and crown with cross, and holding globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, //; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Thessalonica mint, second officina
DO 149; Sear 825; MIB 221
6.73g; 27.2mm; 180°
Pep
HclsDOC150.jpg
Sear 825 - Follis - 629-630 AD (Year 20) - Thessalonica mint - 2nd officina47 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 629-630 AD (Year 20)
Condition: aVF/aEF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, each wearing chlamys and crown with cross, and holding globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large "M"; Above, cross; To left, /N/N/O; To right, X/X; Beneath, B.
Exergue: C

Thessalonica mint, second officina
DO 150; Sear 825; MIB 221
6.69g; 22.6mm; 180°

Ex Dr. Michael Metlich Collection
Pep
HclsDOC140.jpg
Sear 830 - Half Follis - 614-615 AD (Year 5) - Thessalonica mint57 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 614-615 AD (Year 5)
Condition: VF
Denomination: Half Follis

Obverse: ]RC[ - ]PVC
To left, Heraclius; to right, Heraclius Constantine; each standing, wearing chlamys and crown with cross, and holding globus cruciger in right hand. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large "K"; To left, /N/N/O; To right, .
Exergue: C

Thessalonica mint
DO 140; Sear 830; MIB 227
5.89g; 23.3mm; 330°

Ex Dr. Michael Metlich Collection
Pep
HclsSear830_UII.jpg
Sear 830 - Half Follis - 616-617 AD (Year 7) - Thessalonica mint38 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 616-617 AD (Year 7)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Half Follis

Obverse: [
To left, Heraclius; to right, Heraclius Constantine; each seated, wearing chlamys and crown with cross, and holding globus cruciger in right hand. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; To left, ///; To right, .
Exergue:

Thessalonica mint
Sear 830 (unlisted date arrangement)
4.82g; 22.5mm; 165°
Pep
HclsDO144.jpg
Sear 830 - Half Follis - 618-619 AD (Year 9) - Thessalonica mint28 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 618-619 AD (Year 9)
Condition: VF
Denomination: Half Follis

Obverse: ]
To left, Heraclius; to right, Heraclius Constantine; each seated, wearing chlamys and crown with cross, and holding globus cruciger in right hand. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; To left, ///; To right, /.
Exergue:

Thessalonica mint
DO 144; Sear 830
3.23g; 20.0mm; 180°
Pep
HclsSear831_XGIIII.jpg
Sear 831 - Half Follis - 628-629 AD (Year 19) (unlisted) - Thessalonica mint34 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 628-629 AD (Year 19)
Condition: Fair/Fine
Denomination: Half Follis

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, each wearing chlamys and crown with cross, and holding globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; To left, ///; To right, ///.
Exergue:

Thessalonica mint
Sear 831 (unlisted year)
2.53g; 18.1mm; 180°
Pep
HclsDO153a.jpg
Sear 833 - Follis - 610-611 AD (Year 1) - Nicomedia mint - 1st officina24 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 610-611 AD (Year 1)
Condition: Fair/Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: Illegible legend
Bust with short beard, facing, wearing cuirass, paludamentum, and helmet with cross, plume, and pendilia. In right hand, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Nicomedia mint, first officina
DO 153a; Sear 833
10.70g; 29.8mm; 225°
Pep
HclsDO153b.jpg
Sear 833 - Follis - 610-611 AD (Year 1) - Nicomedia mint - 2nd officina31 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 610-611 AD (Year 1)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: [ - ][ ]
Bust with short beard, facing, wearing cuirass, paludamentum, and helmet (with cross?), plume, and pendilia. In right hand, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Nicomedia mint, second officina
DO 153b; Sear 833
10.72g; 31.0mm; 225°
Pep
HclsDO154a.jpg
Sear 833 - Follis - 611-612 AD (Year 2) - Nicomedia mint - 1st officina18 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 611-612 AD (Year 2)
Condition: aVF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: [ -
Bust with short beard, facing, wearing cuirass, paludamentum, and helmet with cross, plume and pendilia. In right hand, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Nicomedia mint, first officina
DO 154a; Sear 833
12.26g; 29.8mm; 195°

Overstruck on a Follis of Justin I (large "][" on obverse).
Pep
HclsDO154b.jpg
Sear 833 - Follis - 611-612 AD (Year 2) - Nicomedia mint - 2nd officina16 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 611-612 AD (Year 2)
Condition: aVF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: [ - ][
Bust with short beard, facing, wearing cuirass, paludamentum, and helmet with cross, plume and pendilia. In right hand, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Nicomedia mint, second officina
DO 154b; Sear 833
12.62g; 33.2mm; 195°
Pep
HclsDO155a.jpg
Sear 833 - Follis - 612-613 AD (Year 3) - Nicomedia mint - 1st officina76 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 612-613 AD (Year 3)
Condition: VF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: Illegible legend (overstruck)
Bust with short beard, facing, wearing cuirass, paludamentum, and helmet with cross, plume, and pendilia. In right hand, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Nicomedia mint, first officina
DO 155a; Sear 833
10.79g; 29.0mm; 210°

Overstruck on a Year 9 Follis of Justin II from Antioch (, /// and / on obverse; Justin II & Sophia enthroned, holding globe surmounted by large cross between them on reverse (Sear 379))
2 commentsPep
HclsDO155b.jpg
Sear 833 - Follis - 612-613 AD (Year 3) - Nicomedia mint - 2nd officina20 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 612-613 AD (Year 3)
Condition: Fair/VF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: [
Bust with short beard, facing, wearing cuirass, paludamentum, and helmet with cross, plume, and pendilia. In right hand, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Nicomedia mint, second officina
DO 155b; Sear 833
11.76g; 32.4mm; 210°
Pep
HclsDO158a.jpg
Sear 834 - Follis - 612-613 AD (Year 3) - Nicomedia mint - 1st officina26 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 612-613 AD (Year 3)
Condition: Fine/VF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: [
To left, Heraclius; to right, shorter Heraclius Constantine, both standing. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger in right hand. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Nicomedia mint, first officina
DO 158a; Sear 834
12.33g; 31.2mm; 240°
Pep
HclsDO158b.jpg
Sear 834 - Follis - 612-613 AD (Year 3) - Nicomedia mint - 2nd officina20 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 612-613 AD (Year 3)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: ][
To left, Heraclius; to right, shorter Heraclius Constantine, both standing. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger in right hand. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Nicomedia mint, second officina
DO 158b; Sear 834
11.88g; 29.9mm; 180°
Pep
HclsDO159a.jpg
Sear 834 - Follis - 613-614 AD (Year 4) - Nicomedia mint - 1st officina26 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 613-614 AD (Year 4)
Condition: Fine/VF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: Illegible legend
To left, Heraclius; to right, shorter Heraclius Constantine, both standing. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger in right hand. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Nicomedia mint, first officina
DO 159a; Sear 834
9.32g; 27.3mm; 15°
Pep
HclsDOC159b.4.jpg
Sear 834 - Follis - 613-614 AD (Year 4) - Nicomedia mint - 2nd officina56 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 613-614 AD (Year 4)
Condition: aFine/VF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: ]ThRCONS'
To left, Heraclius; to right, shorter Heraclius Constantine, both standing. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger in right hand. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large "M"; Above, cross; To left, /N/N/O; To right, II/II; Beneath, B.
Exergue: NIKO

Nicomedia mint, second officina
DO 159b.4 (same dies); Sear 834
9.719g; 32.44mm; 240°
Pep
HclsDO162.jpg
Sear 835 - Follis - 615-616 AD (Year 6) - Nicomedia mint - 2nd officina17 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 615-616 AD (Year 6)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
In center, Heraclius bearded; to right, Heraclius Constantine; to left, Martina. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger in right hand.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Nicomedia mint, second officina
DO 162; Sear 835
8.84g; 25.9mm; 210°
Pep
HclsDO163a.jpg
Sear 835 - Follis - 616-617 AD (Year 7) - Nicomedia mint - 1st officina17 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 616-617 AD (Year 7)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
In center, Heraclius bearded; to right, Heraclius Constantine; to left, Martina. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger in right hand.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Nicomedia mint, first officina
DO 163a; Sear 835
7.52g; 29.0mm; 180°
Pep
HclsSear835_IGI_Alpha.jpg
Sear 835 - Follis - 617-618 AD (Year 8) - Nicomedia mint - 1st officina26 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 617-618 AD (Year 8)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
In center, Heraclius bearded; to right, Heraclius Constantine; to left, Martina. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger in right hand.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Nicomedia mint, first officina
Sear 835
7.18g; 26.9mm; 180°
Pep
HclsDO164.jpg
Sear 835 - Follis - 617-618 AD (Year 8) - Nicomedia mint - 2nd officina42 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 617-618 AD (Year 8)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
In center, Heraclius bearded; to right, Heraclius Constantine; to left, Martina. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger in right hand.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Nicomedia mint, second officina
DO 164; Sear 835
8.94g; 27.8mm; 180°
Pep
HclsDO165.jpg
Sear 836 - Follis - 625-626 AD (Year 16) - Nicomedia mint - 1st officina18 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 625-626 AD (Year 16)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
In center, Heraclius, bearded; to right, Heraclius Constantine; to left, Martina. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger in right hand.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, and cross; To left, ; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Nicomedia mint, first officina
DO 165; Sear 836
7.00g; 24.9mm; 195°
Pep
HclsSear836_XG_Beta.jpg
Sear 836 - Follis - 625-626 AD (Year 16) - Nicomedia mint - 2nd officina40 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 625-626 AD (Year 16)
Condition: VF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
In center, Heraclius, bearded; to right, Heraclius Constantine; to left, Martina. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger in right hand.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, and cross; To left, ; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Nicomedia mint, second officina
Sear 836; MIB 177
6.28g; 25.0mm; 225°

Ex Dr. Michael Metlich Collection
Pep
HclsDO166a.jpg
Sear 836 - Follis - 626-627 AD (Year 17) - Nicomedia mint - 1st officina14 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 626-627 AD (Year 17)
Condition: aFine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
In center, Heraclius, bearded; to right, Heraclius Constantine; to left, Martina. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger in right hand.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, and cross; To left, ; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Nicomedia mint, first officina
DO 166a; Sear 836
4.95g; 25.0mm; 225°
Pep
HclsSear836_XGI_Beta.jpg
Sear 836 - Follis - 626-627 AD (Year 17) - Nicomedia mint - 2nd officina24 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 626-627 AD (Year 17)
Condition: VF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
In center, Heraclius, bearded; to right, Heraclius Constantine; to left, Martina. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger in right hand.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, and cross; To left, ; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Nicomedia mint, second officina
Sear 836
6.24g; 27.0mm; 180°
Pep
HclsDO167b.jpg
Sear 839 - Follis - 610-611 AD (Year 1) - Cyzicus mint - 2nd officina19 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 610-611 AD (Year 1)
Condition: aVF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: ] -
Bust facing, bearded, wearing cuirass and helmet with plume and pendilia. In right hand, cross; on left shoulder, shield with horseman device.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Cyzicus mint, second officina
DO 167b; Sear 839
11.72g; 30.2mm; 15°
Pep
HclsDO168a.jpg
Sear 839 - Follis - 611-612 AD (Year 2) - Cyzicus mint - 1st officina35 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 611-612 AD (Year 2)
Condition: Fine/VF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: NhRC[
Bust facing, bearded, wearing cuirass and helmet with plume and pendilia. In right hand, cross; on left shoulder, shield with horseman device

Reverse: Large "M"; Above, cross; To left, /N/N/O; To right, II; Beneath, .
Exergue: KYZ

Cyzicus mint, first officina
DO 168a; Sear 839
9.60g; 31.2mm; 195°
Pep
HclsDOC168b.jpg
Sear 839 - Follis - 611-612 AD (Year 2) - Cyzicus mint - 2nd officina49 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 611-612 AD (Year 2)
Condition: Fine/VF+
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: ]RCLI - PPERPVC
Bust facing, bearded, wearing cuirass and helmet with plume and pendilia. In right hand, cross; on left shoulder, shield with horseman device.

Reverse: Large "M"; Above, cross; To left, /N/N/O; To right, II; Beneath, B.
Exergue: KYZ

Cyzicus mint, second officina
DO 168b; Sear 839
11.88g; 30.4mm; 195°
Pep
HclsDO169a.jpg
Sear 839 - Follis - 612-613 AD (Year 3) - Cyzicus mint - 1st officina17 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 612-613 AD (Year 3)
Condition: VF/aVF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: ]
Bust facing, bearded, wearing cuirass and helmet with plume and pendilia. In right hand, cross; on left shoulder, shield with horseman device.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Cyzicus mint, first officina
DO 169a; Sear 839
10.29g; 33.3mm; 180°

Overstruck on a Follis from Nicomedia ( on obverse).
Pep
HclsSear839_III_Beta.jpg
Sear 839 - Follis - 612-613 AD (Year 3) - Cyzicus mint - 2nd officina19 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 612-613 AD (Year 3)
Condition: aVF/Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: - [
Bust facing, bearded, wearing cuirass and helmet with plume and pendilia. In right hand, cross; on left shoulder, shield with horseman device.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Cyzicus mint, second officina
Sear 839
12.36g; 32.2mm; 180°

Overstruck on a Follis of Phocas from Constantinople (crown on reverse; "[]", "/" (Year 8, 609-610 AD) and "" (5th officina) on obverse at 195°)
DO 32b; Sear 640
Pep
HclsDO170a.jpg
Sear 839 - Follis - 613-614 AD (Year 4) - Cyzicus mint - 1st officina20 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 613-614 AD (Year 4)
Condition: aFine/Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: ]
Bust facing, bearded, wearing cuirass and helmet with plume and pendilia. In right hand, cross; on left shoulder, shield with horseman device.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Cyzicus mint, first officina
DO 170a; Sear 839 (unlisted year arrangement)
10.05g; 34.2mm; 195°
Pep
HclsDO170b.jpg
Sear 839 - Follis - 613-614 AD (Year 4) - Cyzicus mint - 2nd officina28 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 613-614 AD (Year 4)
Condition: aVF/VF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: - [
Bust facing, bearded, wearing cuirass and helmet with plume and pendilia. In right hand, cross; on left shoulder, shield with horseman device.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, /; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Cyzicus mint, second officina
DO 170b; Sear 839
10.19g; 30.7mm; 180°
Pep
HclsDO175a.jpg
Sear 840 - Follis - 612-613 AD (Year 3) - Cyzicus mint - 1st officina22 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 612-613 AD (Year 3)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: [ ]
To left, Heraclius; to right shorter Heraclius Constantine. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross and holds globus cruciger in right hand. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Cyzicus mint, first officina
DO 175a; Sear 840
10.93g; 28.8mm; 0°
Pep
HclsDO175b.jpg
Sear 840 - Follis - 612-613 AD (Year 3) - Cyzicus mint - 2nd officina32 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 612-613 AD (Year 3)
Condition: Fine/VF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: Illegible legend
To left, Heraclius; to right shorter Heraclius Constantine. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross and holds globus cruciger in right hand. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Cyzicus mint, second officina
DO 175b; Sear 840
9.79g; 34.7mm; 180°
Pep
HclsDO177.jpg
Sear 841 - Follis - 627-628 AD (Year 18) - Cyzicus mint - 1st officina26 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 627-628 AD (Year 18)
Condition: aVF/aEF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
In center, Heraclius, bearded; to right, Heraclius Constantine; to left, Martina. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger in right hand.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, and cross; To left, ; To right, //; Beneath, .
Exergue:
No exergual line

Cyzicus mint, first officina
DO 177 (Obverse die match with 177.1); Sear 841
6.32g; 24.2mm; 15°
Pep
HclsDO178.jpg
Sear 841 - Follis - 628-629 AD (Year 19) - Cyzicus mint - 1st officina23 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 628-629 AD (Year 19)
Condition: aVF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
In center, Heraclius, bearded; to right, Heraclius Constantine; to left, Martina. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger in right hand.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, and cross; To left, ; To right, //; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Cyzicus mint, first officina
DO 178; Sear 841
6.97g; 24.5mm; 195°
Pep
HclsSear841_XX_Alpha.jpg
Sear 841 - Follis - 629-630 AD (Year 20) - Cyzicus mint - 1st officina43 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 629-630 AD (Year 20)
Condition: VF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No legend
In center, Heraclius, bearded; to right, Heraclius Constantine; to left, Martina. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger in right hand.

Reverse: Large "M"; Above, NNO and cross; To left, ; To right, X/X; Beneath, .
Exergue: KYZ

Cyzicus mint, first officina
Sear 841
5.73g; 23.0mm; 195°

Ex Dr. Michael Metlich Collection
Pep
HclsDO180a.jpg
Sear 844 - Follis - 616-617 AD (Year 7) - Seleucia Isauriae mint - 1st officina19 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 616-617 AD (Year 7)
Condition: Fair
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: [ ][
To left, bust of Heraclius, bearded; to right, smaller bust of Heraclius Constantine. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross on circlet. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, ; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Seleucia Isauriae mint, first officina
DO 180a; Sear 844
10.68g; 28.6mm; 15°
Pep
HclsDO181a.jpg
Sear 845 - Follis - 616-617 AD (Year 7) - Seleucia Isauriae mint - 1st officina31 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 616-617 AD (Year 7)
Condition: Fine/aEF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: ][
To left, Heraclius standing; to right, smaller Heraclius Constantine. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger in right hand. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, ; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Seleucia Isauriae mint, first officina
DO 181a; Sear 845
11.47g; 32.2mm; 15°

Ex CNG
Pep
HclsDO181b_2.jpg
Sear 845 - Follis - 616-617 AD (Year 7) - Seleucia Isauriae mint - 2nd officina31 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 616-617 AD (Year 7)
Condition: Fair/VF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: Illegible legend
To left, Heraclius standing; to right, smaller Heraclius Constantine. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger in right hand. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, ; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Seleucia Isauriae mint, second officina
DO 181b.2 (same dies); Sear 845
14.66g; 32.3mm; 180°
Pep
HclsSear845_GI_Gamma.jpg
Sear 845 - Follis - 616-617 AD (Year 7) - Seleucia Isauriae mint - 3rd officina36 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 616-617 AD (Year 7)
Condition: Fair/VF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: Blundered legend
To left, Heraclius standing; to right, smaller Heraclius Constantine. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross, and holds globus cruciger in right hand. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, ; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Seleucia Isauriae mint, third officina
Sear 845
6.88g; 27.0mm; 180°
Pep
HclsDO183.jpg
Sear 848 - Follis - 617-618 AD (Year 8) - Isaura mint30 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 617-618 AD (Year 8)
Condition: VF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: ][
To left, bust of Heraclius, bearded, facing; to right, smaller bust of Heraclius Constantine. Each wears chlamys and crown with cross. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Isaura mint
DO 183; Sear 848; MIB 196
10.20g; 29.7mm; 15°

Ex CNG, Ex J. P. Righetti Collection, 710
Pep
HclsDOC184a.jpg
Sear 849 - Follis - 626-627 AD (Year 17) - Cyprus mint50 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 626-627 AD (Year 17)
Condition: VF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No Legend
Heraclius (in center), Heraclius Constantine (on right) and the Empress Martina (on left) all standing facing; each wearing chlamys and crown with cross, and holding globus cruciger in right hand.

Reverse: Large "M"; Above, cross; To left, /N/N/O; To right, X//II; Beneath, .
Exergue: KVP

Cyprus mint
DO 184a; Sear 849
2.97g; 27.8mm; 180°
Pep
HclsDO185.jpg
Sear 849 - Follis - 627-628 AD (Year 18) - Cyprus mint47 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 627-628 AD (Year 18)
Condition: VF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No Legend
Heraclius (in center), Heraclius Constantine (on right) and the Empress Martina (on left) all standing facing; each wearing chlamys and crown with cross, and holding globus cruciger in right hand.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, ; To left, ///; To right, //; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Cyprus mint
DO 185; Sear 849
5.36g; 22.3mm; 30°
1 commentsPep
HclsDO185bis.jpg
Sear 849 - Follis - 628-629 AD (Year 19) - Cyprus mint29 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 628-629 AD (Year 19)
Condition: VF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: No Legend
Heraclius (in center), Heraclius Constantine (on right) and the Empress Martina (on left) all standing facing; each wearing chlamys and crown with cross, and holding globus cruciger in right hand.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, ; To left, ///; To right, //; Beneath, .
Exergue:

Cyprus mint
DO 185 bis; Sear 849
6.40g; 24.9mm; 210°
Pep
HclsDO189.jpg
Sear 853 - Dodecanummium - 613-618 AD - Alexandria mint41 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 613-618 AD
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Dodecanummium

Obverse: Illegible legend
To left, bust of Heraclius, bearded; to right, bust of Heraclius Constantine, beardless. Each wears chlamys and rounded crown with cross.

Reverse: Large "IB"; Between, cross potent above two steps.
Exergue: ALE

Alexandria mint
DO 189; Sear 853
3.85g; 17.7mm; 195°
Pep
HclsDO190.jpg
Sear 854 - Dodecanummium - 613-618 AD - Alexandria mint20 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 613-618 AD
Condition: VF/aEF
Denomination: Dodecanummium

Obverse: - [
To left, bust of Heraclius, bearded; to right, bust of Heraclius Constantine, beardless. Each wears chlamys and rounded crown with cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Between, cross potent above "".
Exergue:

Alexandria mint
DO 190; Sear 854
6.13g; 17.4mm; 210°
Pep
HclsDO191.jpg
Sear 855 - Dodecanummium - 618-628 AD - Alexandria mint16 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 618-628 AD
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Dodecanummium

Obverse: No legend
Bust facing (of Khusru II, King of Persia?), beardless, wearing cuirass and crown with pendilia and cross. To left, star; to right, crescent.

Reverse: Large ""; Between, cross on globe.
Exergue:

Alexandria mint (Persian occupation)
DO 191; Sear 855
6.43g; 19.3mm; 210°
Pep
HclsDO192.jpg
Sear 856 - Dodecanummium - 618-628 AD - Alexandria mint21 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 618-628 AD
Condition: aEF/Fine
Denomination: Dodecanummium

Obverse: No legend
Bust facing (of Khusru II, King of Persia?), beardless, wearing cuirass and crown with pendilia and cross within crescent. To left, star; to right, crescent.

Reverse: Large ""; Between, cross on globe.
Exergue:

Alexandria mint (Persian occupation)
DO 192; Sear 856
16.84g; 24.5mm; 180°
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Sear 857 - Dodecanummium - 628-629 AD - Alexandria mint19 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 628-629 AD
Condition: aVF/Fine
Denomination: Dodecanummium

Obverse: No legend
Two busts, wearing crowns with cross. Between them, cross above two steps.

Reverse: Large ""; Between, cross on globe above pyramid.
Exergue:

Alexandria mint
DO 193; Sear 857
6.62g; 18.0mm; 15°
Pep
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Sear 859 - Dodecanummium - 629-631 AD - Alexandria mint18 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 629-631 AD
Condition: VF
Denomination: Dodecanummium

Obverse: No legend
To left, bust of Heraclius, with long beard; to right, bust of Heraclius Constantine, beardless. Between them, cross potent.

Reverse: Large ""; Between, cross on triangle.
Exergue:

Alexandria mint
DO 195; Sear 859
6.90g; 16.5mm; 210°
Pep
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Sear 860 - Dodecanummium - 632-641 AD - Alexandria mint12 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 632-641 AD
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Dodecanummium

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, each wearing chlamys and holding globus cruciger in right hand. Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine wear crown with cross; cross in field above head of smaller figure of Heraclonas on left.

Reverse: Large ""; Between, cross on triangle.
Exergue:

Alexandria mint
DO 196; Sear 860
7.90g; 18.8mm; 180°
Pep
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Sear 861 - Dodecanummium - 632-641 AD - Alexandria mint28 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 632-641 AD
Condition: VF
Denomination: Dodecanummium

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, each wearing chlamys and holding globus cruciger in right hand. Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine wear crown with cross; cross in field above head of smaller figure of Heraclonas on left.

Reverse: Large "IB"; Between, cross above .
Exergue: ALE

Alexandria mint
DO 197; Sear 861
8.95g; 18.9mm; 270°
Pep
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Sear 861A - Dodecanummium - 632-641 AD - Alexandria mint27 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 632-641 AD
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Dodecanummium

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, each wearing chlamys and holding globus cruciger in right hand. Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine wear crown with cross; cross in field above head of smaller figure of Heraclonas on left.

Reverse: Large ""; Between, cross potent on globe.
Exergue:

Alexandria mint
Sear 861A
7.90g; 17.9mm; 180°
Pep
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Sear 861B - Dodecanummium - 632-641 AD - Alexandria mint8 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 632-641 AD
Condition: VF
Denomination: Dodecanummium

Obverse: No legend
Three figures standing, each wearing chlamys and holding globus cruciger in right hand. Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine wear crown with cross; cross in field above head of smaller figure of Heraclonas on left.

Reverse: Large ""; Between, cross on above .
Exergue:

Alexandria mint
Sear 861B
9.24g; 20.0mm; 0°
Pep
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Sear 862 - Hexanummium - 613-618 AD - Alexandria mint31 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 613-618 AD
Condition: aVF
Denomination: Hexanummium

Obverse: Illegible legend
Cross potent on base above two steps.

Reverse: Large ""

Alexandria mint
DO 198; Sear 862
2.45g; 15.4mm; 180°
1 commentsPep
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Sear 863 - Hexanummium - 628-629 AD? - Alexandria mint25 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 628-629 AD?
Condition: VF
Denomination: Hexanummium

Obverse: No legend
Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine standing, each wearing chlamys and crown and holding globus cruciger in right hand. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""

Alexandria mint
DO 199; Sear 863
2.56g; 14.1mm; 210°
1 commentsPep
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Sear 864 - Hexanummium - 618-628 AD - Alexandria mint23 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 618-628 AD
Condition: VF
Denomination: Hexanummium

Obverse: No legend
Palm tree with two hanging date clusters.

Reverse: Large ""

Alexandria mint (Persian occupation)
DO 200; Sear 864
7.28g; 19.4mm; 30°
1 commentsPep
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Sear 871 - Half Siliqua - 614-618 AD - Carthage mint31 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 614-618 AD
Condition: Choice gVF+
Denomination: Half Siliqua

Obverse: DNRC - IOPPV
Bust of Heraclius facing, beardless, wearing cuirass, paludamentum, and crown with pendilia and cross.

Reverse: No legend
To left, bust of Heraclius Constantine, wearing chlamys with tablion and crown with pendilia and cross. To right, bust of Martina, wearing robes and crown with long pendilia and cross. Between heads, cross.

Carthage mint
0.66g, 11.6mm, 100°
DO 233; Sear 871; MIB 149; BMC 343-6; Tolstoi 319-20; Ratto 1460-64; Morrison (CBN) 3-11

Ex Edward J. Waddell, Ex Lawrence Woolslayer, Ex FORVM ANCIENT COINS

Image: FORVM ANCIENT COINS
Pep
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Sear 872 - Half Follis - 610-641 AD - Carthage mint22 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 610-641 AD
Condition: Fine/VF
Denomination: Half Follis

Obverse: -
Bust of Heraclius, beardless, wearing cuirass and crown with pendilia, cross, and trefoil ornament. In right hand, globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, star; To right, .
Exergue:

Carthage mint
DO 234; Sear 872
5.75g; 20.3mm; 165°
Pep
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Sear 873 - Half Follis - 610-641 AD - Carthage mint16 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 610-641 AD (Indictional Year 15)
Condition: Fine/VF
Denomination: Half Follis

Obverse: ] -
Bust of Heraclius, beardless, wearing cuirass and crown with pendilia, cross, and trefoil ornament. In right hand, globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, star; To right, .
Exergue:

Carthage mint
Sear 873
5.73g; 19.8mm; 295°
Pep
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Sear 874 - Half Follis - 610-641 AD - Carthage mint14 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 610-641 AD
Condition: VF
Denomination: Half Follis

Obverse: -
Bust of Heraclius, bearded, wearing cuirass and crown with pendilia and cross. In right hand, globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, star; To right, .
Exergue:

Carthage mint
DO 235; Sear 874
4.25g; 18.5mm; 150°
Pep
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Sear 876 - Decanummium - 610-641 AD - Carthage mint42 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 610-641 AD
Condition: VF
Denomination: Decanummium

Obverse: DNR[
Bust of Heraclius, beardless, wearing cuirass, paludamentum, and crown with pendilia, cross, and trefoil ornament.

Reverse: Large "X"; Above, cross; Beneath, ; To left, /N/ ; To right, /M/

Carthage mint
DO 236; Sear 876
2.92g; 14.4mm; 255°
Pep
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Sear 877 - Decanummium - 610-641 AD - Carthage mint12 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 610-641 AD
Condition: VF
Denomination: Decanummium

Obverse: ] -
Bust of Heraclius, beardless, wearing cuirass, paludamentum, and crown with pendilia, cross, and trefoil ornament.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; Beneath, ; To left, ; To right, .

Carthage mint
DO 237; Sear 877
2.50g; 14.4mm; 90°
Pep
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Sear 878 - Decanummium - 610-641 AD - Carthage mint12 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 610-641 AD
Condition: Fine/VF
Denomination: Decanummium

Obverse: ][
Bust of Heraclius, beardless, wearing cuirass, paludamentum, and crown with pendilia, cross, and trefoil ornament.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; Beneath, ; To left, //; To right, //

Carthage mint
DO 238; Sear 878
2.89g; 15.0mm; 30°
Pep
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Sear 880 - Pentanummium - 610-641 AD - Carthage mint7 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 610-641 AD
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Pentanummium

Obverse: ]
Bust facing, beardless, wearing cuirass and crown with cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left and right, with pellets above and below.

Carthage mint
DO 239; Sear 880
1.31g; 11.4mm; 0°
Pep
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Sear 882 - Follis - ca. 620 AD - Sicily mint69 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: ca. 620 AD
Condition: EF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: Countermark
To left, bust of Heraclius facing, with short beard, wearing cuirass, paludamentum, and crown with cross; to right, ; the whole on a circular punch stamped on the head of an earlier emperor ((]NVSPPA[ (Justin I and/or Justinian I)).

Reverse: , within a circular countermark. Struck on exergue of an earlier type.

Sicily mint
DO 241; Sear 882
15.94g; 31.5mm; 210°
2 commentsPep
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Sear 883 - Follis - 631 AD - Sicily mint27 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 631 AD
Condition: aEF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: Countermark
To left, bust of Heraclius, facing, with short beard; to right, bust of Heraclius Constantine, facing, beardless; each wearing paludamentum and crown with cross. Between heads, cross. Struck on reverse of a Heraclius DO 106c.

Reverse:
Struck on obverse of a Heraclius DO 106c.

Sicily mint
DO 242; Sear 883
9.96g; 30.2mm; 195°

Overstruck on a Heraclius Follis from Constantinople, Year 21, Third Officina, 210° (DO 106c, Sear 810).
Pep
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Sear 884 - Follis - 632-641 AD - Sicily mint24 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 632-641 AD
Condition: aVF/aEF
Denomination: Follis

Obverse: Countermark
To left, bust of Heraclius, facing, with long beard; to right, bust of Heraclius Constantine, facing, with short beard. Each wears paludamentum and crown with cross. Between heads, cross. Struck on obverse of a Heraclius Sear 810.

Reverse:
Struck on reverse of a Heraclius Sear 810 (Year 26?).

Sicily mint
DO 243; Sear 884
5.41g; 28.0mm; 150°
Pep
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Sear 885 - Decanummium - 613-614 AD (Year 4) - Catania mint20 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 613-614 AD (Year 4)
Condition: Fine/VF
Denomination: Decanummium

Obverse: Illegible legend
Bust facing, bearded, wearing cuirass, paludamentum, and crown with cross. In right hand, globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; To left, ///; To right, /.
Exergue:

Catania mint
Sear 885
2.79g; 13.7mm; 195°

Ex D. Alighieri Collection
Pep
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Sear 885 - Decanummium - 614-615 AD (Year 5) - Catania mint25 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 614-615 AD (Year 5)
Condition: aVF
Denomination: Decanummium

Obverse: Legend off flan
Bust facing, bearded, wearing cuirass, paludamentum, and flat-topped crown with cross. In right hand, globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; To left, ///; To right, .
Exergue:

Catania mint
Sear 885
2.35g; 11.8mm; 150°
Pep
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Sear 885 - Decanummium - 616-617 AD (Year 7) - Catania mint14 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 616-617 AD (Year 7)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Decanummium

Obverse: ][ -
Bust facing, bearded, wearing cuirass, paludamentum, and flat-topped crown with cross. In right hand, globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; To left, ///; To right, .
Exergue:

Catania mint
DO 248; Sear 885
3.02g; 13.8mm; 225°
Pep
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Sear 885 - Decanummium - 617-618 AD (Year 8) - Catania mint25 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 617-618 AD (Year 8)
Condition: VF/aEF
Denomination: Decanummium

Obverse: -
Bust facing, bearded, wearing cuirass, paludamentum, and flat-topped crown with cross. In right hand, globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; To left, ///; To right, .
Exergue:

Catania mint
DO 249; Sear 885
4.37g; 17.2mm; 195°
Pep
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Sear 885 - Decanummium - 618-619 AD (Year 9) - Catania mint12 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 618-619 AD (Year 9)
Condition: aVF
Denomination: Decanummium

Obverse: Illegible legend
Bust facing, bearded, wearing cuirass, paludamentum, and flat-topped crown with cross. In right hand, globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; To left, ///; To right, .
Exergue:

Catania mint
DO 250; Sear 885
2.78g; 14.4mm; 210°
Pep
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Sear 885 - Decanummium - 619-620 AD (Year 10) - Catania mint22 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 619-620 AD (Year 10)
Condition: VF
Denomination: Decanummium

Obverse: Legend off flan
Bust facing, bearded, wearing cuirass, paludamentum, and flat-topped crown with cross. In right hand, globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; To left, ///; To right, .
Exergue:

Catania mint
DO 251; Sear 885
3.96g; 13.0mm; 195°
Pep
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Sear 885 - Decanummium - 620-621 AD (Year 11) - Catania mint12 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 620-621 AD (Year 11)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Decanummium

Obverse: - ][
Bust facing, bearded, wearing cuirass, paludamentum, and flat-topped crown with cross. In right hand, globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; To left, ///; To right, .
Exergue:

Catania mint
DO 252; Sear 885
3.10g; 13.8mm; 195°
Pep
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Sear 885 - Decanummium - 621-622 AD (Year 12) - Catania mint9 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 621-622 AD (Year 12)
Condition: Fine/aVF
Denomination: Decanummium

Obverse: Illegible legend
Bust facing, bearded, wearing cuirass, paludamentum, and flat-topped crown with cross. In right hand, globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; To left, ///; To right, .
Exergue:

Catania mint
DO 253; Sear 885
4.58g; 14.1mm; 195°
Pep
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Sear 885 - Decanummium - 622-623 AD (Year 13) - Catania mint77 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 622-623 AD (Year 13)
Condition: EF
Denomination: Decanummium

Obverse: (?) - [
Bust facing, bearded, wearing cuirass, paludamentum, and flat-topped crown with cross. In right hand, globus cruciger.

Reverse: Large ""; To left, ///; To right, /.
Exergue:

Catania mint
DO 254; Sear 885
4.69g; 14.9mm; 180°
2 commentsPep
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Sear 886 - Decanummium - 623-624 AD (Year 14) - Catania mint19 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 623-624 AD (Year 14)
Condition: aFine/Fine
Denomination: Decanummium

Obverse: No legend
To left, bust of Heraclius, bearded, facing. To right, smaller bust of Heraclius Constantine, beardless, facing. Both wear paludamentum and crown with cross. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; To left, ///; To right, /.
Exergue:

Catania mint
DO 255; Sear 886
4.49g; 17.5mm; 180°
Pep
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Sear 886 - Decanummium - 624-625 AD (Year 15) - Catania mint18 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 624-625 AD (Year 15)
Condition: VF
Denomination: Decanummium

Obverse: No legend
To left, bust of Heraclius, bearded, facing. To right, smaller bust of Heraclius Constantine, beardless, facing. Both wear paludamentum and crown with cross. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; To left, ///; To right, /.
Exergue:

Catania mint
DO 256; Sear 886
3.42g; 14.9mm; 180°
Pep
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Sear 886 - Decanummium - 625-626 AD (Year 16) - Catania mint13 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 625-626 AD (Year 16)
Condition: aVF
Denomination: Decanummium

Obverse: No legend
To left, bust of Heraclius, bearded, facing. To right, smaller bust of Heraclius Constantine, beardless, facing. Both wear paludamentum and crown with cross. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; To left, ///; To right, /.
Exergue:

Catania mint
DO 257; Sear 886
5.44g; 16.2mm; 180°
Pep
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Sear 886 - Decanummium - 628-629 AD (Year 19) - Catania mint18 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 628-629 AD (Year 19)
Condition: VF
Denomination: Decanummium

Obverse: No legend
To left, bust of Heraclius, bearded, facing. To right, smaller bust of Heraclius Constantine, beardless, facing. Both wear paludamentum and crown with cross. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; To left, ///; To right, /.
Exergue:

Catania mint
DO 259; Sear 886
2.37g; 16.8mm; 180°
Pep
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Sear 887 - Pentanummium - 610-623 AD - Catania mint18 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 610-623 AD
Condition: VF
Denomination: Pentanummium

Obverse: ]
Bust right, bearded and diademed.

Reverse: Large ""; To left and right, star.
Exergue:

Catania mint
DO 260, note; Sear 887
1.56g; 11.9mm; 195°
Pep
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Sear 889 - Half Follis - 613-ca. 620 AD - Rome mint41 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 613-ca. 620 AD
Condition: aVF/EF
Denomination: Half Follis

Obverse: DNRCLIORVN
Two busts facing, beardless, draped, each wearing trefoil ornament. Heraclius on left, slightly larger than Heraclius Constantine on right. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large "XX"; Above, cross.
Exergue: ROM

Rome mint
DO 261; Sear 889; MIB 243a
3.89g; 18.3mm; 165°

Ex Dr. Michael Metlich Collection
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Sear 891 - Half Follis - 622-623 AD (Year 13) - Rome mint204 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 622-623 AD (Year 13)
Condition: Fine
Denomination: Half Follis

Obverse: Illegible legend
Three busts facing, cloaked, each wearing crown with cross; Heraclius, in center, larger than Martina on left and Heraclius Constantine on right.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, ; To left, //; To right, .
Exergue:

Rome mint
DO 264; Sear 891
5.52g; 18.6mm; 165°
Pep
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Sear 907 - 120 Nummi - 610-641 AD - Ravenna mint238 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 610-641 AD
Condition: aEF
Denomination: 120 Nummi

Obverse: ] -
Bust right, beardless, draped and diademed.

Reverse: Cross potent, in wreath-like border.

Ravenna mint
DO 281; Sear 907
0.35g; 10.7mm; 165°

Ex VAuctions
2 commentsPep
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Sear 922 - Half Follis - 630-631 AD (Year 21) - Ravenna mint219 viewsEmperor: Heraclius (r. 610-641 AD)
Date: 630-631 AD (Year 21)
Condition: aFine/aVF
Denomination: Half Follis

Obverse: Illegible legend
To left, Heraclius facing, with long beard, wearing military dress and crown with cross, with left foot on captive; in right hand, long cross. To right, Heraclius Constantine facing, wearing chlamys and crown with cross; in right hand, globus cruciger. Between heads, cross.

Reverse: Large ""; Above, cross; To left, ///; To right, ; Beneath, .

Ravenna mint
DO 301; Sear 922
4.01g; 16.3mm; 180°

Ex ArtCoins Roma
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The Earl Caliphate Cyprus Imitation (638-ca.645)82 viewsObv: Three imperial figures standing wearing chlamys and crown with cross, holding long cross. over struck on coin with legand to rt.
Reverse: Large M, A (retrograde N's) O to left, A below,
6.77gm, 27/16 mm

This is the second of two main series struck as a imitative coinage usually derived from coins of Foca, Heraclius and Constans II. They do not employ a dating system and the officina and date they do have are considered meaning less at this time. Clive Foss from in "Arab -Byzantine coins" reports that a analyses by Pottier and colleagues concluded that they do correspond to a Byzantine standard and the most probable date of them was from 638-643. They are therefore considered some of the first identifiable Arab_Byzantine coins under the governorship of Mu'awiya.

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Umayyad Caliphate, Arab-Byzantine: Anonymous (685-692 AD) Æ Fals (Album-3501; SICA I, 505)18 viewsObv: Emperor Heraclius in center, with his sons Heraclius Constantine (on right) and Heraclonas (on left) standing facing, each wearing a crown with cross and long robes, and each holding in right hand a globe surmounted by a cross; traces of outer circle
Rev: Large M; staurogram above; officina mark Γ below; left downwards ANNO; right downwards XЧII; below exergual line mint-signature KVΠP (= Cyprus); outer circle
SpongeBob
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Unoffical mint possible arab byzantine follis Heraclius 32 viewsObverse: Heraclius in center, Heraclius Constantine on r., and Empress Martina on L. all stg, facing each holding fl. cr in r. hand.
Reverse: Large M , cross above, ANNO to r. retrograde gamma below
Mint: unknown
Date: approx after 610 CE
Sear 849 (for official mint)
30/19mm 5.84gm
wileyc
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[1616b] Heraclius, 5 Oct 610 - 11 Jan 641 A.D.54 viewsBYZANTINE EMPIRE. Heraclius AD 610-641. AE.Follis. Ref:Sear 833; 12.91g. VF; Nicomedia mint. Obverse: Facing bust of Heracliu, holding cross in right hand. Reverse: Incial letter M, ANNO to left, II to right ( Year 2 AD 611/612), officia letter A betweem limbs of M, above cross; mint-signature NIKO in exergue . Very fine, earthern deposit in fields-not as yellow as picture suggest. Ex Pavlos S Pavlou.


De Imperatoribus Romanis
An Online Encyclopedia of Roman Emperors

Heraclius (October 5, 610 - February 641 A.D.)

R. Scott Moore
Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Accession
The last years of Phocas' reign were troubled ones with many foreign threats, such as the Slavic incursions, and internal threats, such as violent religious conflicts and even unsuccessful rebellions. In 608, the exarch of Carthage revolted and dispatched a fleet under the command of his son, Heraclius, to Constantinople. Along the way, in Egypt, Heraclius joined forces with his cousin Nicetas who was able to capture Cyrenaica and Egypt from Phocas' general Bonosos. Heraclius' fleet continued on to Constantinople where he entered into secret negotiations with one of Phocas' top military leaders, Priscus. He was married to Phocas' daughter Domentzia. With the support of Priscus, the patriarch Sergius I, and the faction of the Greens, Heraclius was able to seize the city, have Phocas beheaded and became emperor on October 5, 610 AD.

Private Life
Heraclius, the son of the exarch of Carthage, Heraclius, and Epiphania was born around the year 575. When he was crowned as emperor in 610 AD, he married Fabia, who then took the name Eudocia. From this marriage, Heraclius had a daughter, Eudocia, and a son Heraclius Constantine, who was proclaimed as co-emperor in 613. Suffering from epilepsy, Fabia died in 612 and Heraclius married his niece Martina in 613. With Martina, Heraclius had nine children of which four died in infancy. Heraclius' marriage to Martina was never received favorably by either the people of Constantinople or the Church.

Foreign Affairs
When Heraclius first came to the throne in 610, the Byzantine Empire was being attacked from numerous sides. In the west, the Avars and Slavs were expanding into the northern Balkans. The Slavs controlled the Danube regions, Thrace, Macedonia, and were soon invading Central Greece and the Peloponnesus. In the east, meanwhile, the Persians under the rule of Chosroes had begun a series of successful attacks on the empire resulting in the loss of Damascus in 613, Jerusalem in 614 (destroying the Church of the Holy Sepulchre and capturing the Holy Cross) and Egypt in 619. Recognizing the difficulty in fighting on two opposing fronts at the same time, Heraclius signed a peace treaty with the Avars in 619, and focused on the eastern half of the empire. In the spring of 622, Heraclius left Constantinople for Asia Minor and began training his troops over the summer, focusing on a more involved role for the Byantine cavalry.

In the autumn, Heraclius' army invaded Armenia and soon won several victories over the Persians. The Avars, in the meantime, became restless and Heraclius was forced to renegotiate the peace treaty with them at a much higher tribute level. Heraclius then returned to the army and for the next several years unsuccessfully attempted to break through the Persian army and into Persia. In August of 626 while Heraclius and his army were in Lazica away from Constantinople, a Persian army attacked the city from the east while an army of Avars, Slavs, and Bulgars attacked from the west and from the sea. On August 10, the Byzantine navy was able to defeat the opposing fleet and then rout the combined Slav and Avar land force. With the defeat of their allies, the Persians retreated to Syria.

In the autumn of 627, Heraclius began to work his way into Persian territory winning an important battle in December at Nineveh during which most of the Persian army was destroyed. As Heraclius continued to move further into Persian territory, Chosroes was deposed and succeeded by his son Kavadh-Siroe whose first act was to secure a treaty with Heraclius. The treaty was very favorable to the Byzantines and returned all the former Byzantine territories to the empire. Within a few short months, Kavadh-Siroe fell ill and died after naming Heraclius as guardian of his son, Chosroes II. For all practical purposes, the Persian Empire no longer existed. In 630 Heraclius traveled to Jerusalem where he returned the Holy Cross to the city among much acclaim.

The defeat of the Persians created a larger problem for the Byzantine empire. The struggle between the Byzantines and the Persians had worn down both sides and the defeat of the Persians allowed the Arabs to quickly absorb what remained of the Persian empire. It also removed the buffer between the Arabs and the Byzantines allowing the two empires to come into contact and conflict. In 634 the Arab armies invaded Syria and defeated Theodore, the emperor's brother, in a string of battles. Heraclius raised a large army that attacked the Arabs near the Yarmuk, a tributary of the Jordan, in the fall of 636. After a successful beginning, the larger Byzantine army was defeated allowing the conquest of Syria. The Byzantine defeat also led to the Arabs quickly taking Mesopotamia, Armenia and eventually Egypt.

Internal Affairs
While Heraclius enjoyed military success, major changes occurred internally under his rule. Greek replaced Latin as the official language of the empire and Heraclius adopted the Greek title of in place of the Latin Caesar, Augustus, or Imperator. The recovery of the eastern areas of the Byzantine Empire from the Persians once again raised the problem of religious unity, centering around the understanding of the true nature of Christ. The eastern areas, particularly Armenia, Syria, and Egypt believed in monophysitism, Christ having one nature composed of both divine and human elements. The other areas of the empire followed the orthodox view expressed at the Council of Chalcedon in 451 that decreed Christ had two natures united in one person. In an effort to bridge the gap between the two views and bring them back together, the Patriarch of Constantinople, Sergius, promoted the concept of monoenergism which proposed that the two natures of Christ had one energy. While this was received favorably at first, monoenergism soon had vocal opponents, among them the monk Sophronius who became patriarch of Jerusalem in 634 AD. The opposition to monoenergism led Sergius to propose a new doctrine that of monotheletism, the belief in a single will in Christ. Heraclius supported the new doctrine of Sergius and put it forth in an edict known as the Ekthesis, and posted it in the narthex of Hagia Sophia in 638. This failed to settle the controversy as it was rejected by the Orthodox, the Monophysites, and even the Church of Rome.

Succession
During the last years of Heraclius' life, it became evident that a struggle was taking place between Heraclius' son from his first marriage, Heraclius Constantine, and his second wife Martina who was trying to position her son Heraclonas in line for the throne. On the 11th of February 641, Heraclius died and in his will left the empire to both Heraclius Constantine and Heraclonas to rule jointly with Martina as Empress and mother of both.

Copyright (C) 1997, R. Scott Moore. Published: De Imperatoribu Romanis, http://www.roman-emperors.org/heraclis.htm Used by permission.

Edited by J. P. Fitzgerald, Jr.

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