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HUNGARY: The Earliest Arpads (1000-1095)


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HUNGARY: Coloman (1095-1116)


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HUNGARY: Twelfth Century Emissions (1116-1205)


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HUNGARY: Thirteenth Century Bracteates


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HUNGARY: The Last Arpads (1205-1301)


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HUNGARY: The Arpadian & Angevin Interregnum (1301-1307)


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Upon the death of Andrew III (1290-1301) and the extinction of the Arpadian dynasty, the throne was claimed by Wenceslaus (age 11), son of Wenceslaus II Premyslid, king of Bohemia, and also by Charles Robert (age 13), son of Charles II of Anjou, king of Naples and Sicily. They both had Arpadian blood: Wenceslaus' great-grandmother was a daughter of Bela IV (1235-1270) and Charles Robert's grandmother was a daughter of Ladislaus IV (1272-1290). Charles Robert prevailed in the factional warfare that ensued, and Wenceslaus renounced the throne in favor of Otto of Wittelsbach, Duke of Bavaria, whose grandmother was a daughter of Bela IV. Otto was expelled in 1307, leaving Charles Robert the uncontested king.

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HUNGARY: The Angevin Dynasty - Károly Róbert/Charles Robert (1307-1342)


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HUNGARY: The Angevin Dynasty - Lajos/Louis I, the Great (1342-1382)


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HUNGARY: The Angevin Dynasty - Maria (1382-1387/1395)


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Maria was the oldest surviving daughter of King Louis I (1342-1382) and Elizabeth of Bosnia. Her marriage to Sigismund of Luxembourg was arranged before her first birthday. When Louis died in September 1382 without a son, Mary (then age 11-12) was crowned "king." Elizabeth assumed the regency. The majority of Hungary's nobility, however, objected to a female sovereign. viewing Maria's distant Angevin cousin, Charles III of Naples, as the rightful king. To strengthen Maria's position, Elizabeth engaged Maria to Louis, the younger brother of the king of France, who had been engaged to Maria's deceased older sister. Charles invaded Hungary in September 1385. Sigismund followed and persuaded Elizabeth to marry Maria to him. He was not crowned or given a role in government, and was unable to prevent Charles from occupying Buda. Fearing for her life, Maria renounced the throne. Charles was crowned king, but weeks later, in February 1386, was assassinated by Elizabeth. Maria was restored with Elizabeth again as regent. That July, supporters of Charles' son captured Maria and Elizabeth (who was executed). During her captivity, the Hungarian Diet declared Sigismund regent, crowning him in March 1387. Maria was liberated in July. She nominally co-ruled, with Sigismund, until her death in labor, precipitated by a fall from a horse in a hunting accident, in 1395.

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HUNGARY: Sigismund of Luxembourg (1387-1437) and Albert (1437-1439)


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HUNGARY: The Civil War Years (1437-1457)


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HUNGARY: Matthias Corvinus (1458-1490)


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HUNGARY: Undated Wladislaus II (1490-1503)


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HUNGARY: Dated Jagiellon Coinage (1503-1526)


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HUNGARY: John Zapolyai (1526-1540)


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HUNGARY: Slavonian Provincial Emissions (1242-1355)


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ANCIENT GREEK: Bronze


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ANCIENT GREEK: Silver


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Hungary. Béla IV (1235-1270). Huszár 203; Toth-Kiss 22.7.1.1 sigla 0.1/1; Unger 119; Réthy I 281A/Zimmermann 50; Frynas H.18.48; Lengyel 18/27; Adamovszky A424Huszár 203; Toth-Kiss 22.7.1.1 sigla 0.1/1; Unger 119; Réthy I 281A/Zimmermann 50; Frynas H.18.48; Lengyel 18/27; Adamovszky A424

Attributed to Béla IV (1235-1270) by Toth-Kiss and Lengyel, tentatively attributed to him by Frynas, and attributed to either Béla III (1172-1196) or Béla IV by Huszár, Unger and Adamovszky and Gyöngyössy.

AR bracteate (average .705 fineness, .27 g, 13 mm.), denár per Unger and Frynas but denomination unstated by Huszár, Toth-Kiss, Lengyel and Adamovszky; .18 g., 12.68 mm. max.

Obv: Elephant facing left.

Based on their presence in archaeological sites dated to the Mongol invasion of 1241/42, this type can be dated to the earliest years of the reign of Béla IV (per Toth-Kiss).

Huszár rarity R2, Toth-Kiss rarity 300 EU, Unger rarity R, Frynas rarity S
StkpNov 08, 2021
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Bohemia. Wladislaw II (1471-1516)Fiala/Donebauer 962, Saurma 410/VI 185

AR Weißpfennig; Kuttenberg mint, struck 1490-1516; .43 g., 14.33 mm. max.

Obv.: W[LAD]ISLAVS SECVNDVS, Bohemian lion rampant, facing left.

Rev.: blank (uniface)

Called Weißpfennig/Bílý Peníz, as opposed to the smaller denomination heller, which was called Schwarzpfennig, due to their lack of silver.
StkpSep 25, 2021
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Spanish States: Kingdom of Mallorca, Sancho I, the Peaceful (1311-1324)Cru 547, Burgos 1388

Billon dobler (= 2 denars); 1/64 g., 21.04 mm. max., 90°

Obv.: + REX ⁑ MAIORICAR’, crowned bust facing, between two stars

Rev.: + •SACIVS -- DEI ⁑ GRA ⁕, cross
StkpSep 24, 2021
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Hungary. Albert of Habsburg (1437-1439). Huszár 592, Pohl 127-3, Unger 461c, Réthy II 135B, Frynas 28.5Hungary. Albert of Habsburg (1437-1439)

AR denár; .55 g., 14.75 mm. max., 180°

Obv: m ALBERT[I] • – R •VnGARIE •, Patriarchal cross, C–K in fields.

Rev: Central shield with Árpádian stripes, surrounded by three shields bearing (in clockwise order) Austrian stripe, Moravian eagle and Bohemian lion, all within trefoil border.

The type was issued in1438-40 (per Pohl and Unger) or 1439-1440 (per Huszár, Frynas and Gyöngyössy). This privy mark was struck in 1439 at Kassa/Kaschau/now Košice, Slovakia (medieval Cassovia, hence the “C” mark) by an unidentified moneyer (per Pohl and Gyöngyössy).

Huszár/Pohl rarity 5, Unger value 15 DM, Frynas rarity C.
StkpSep 22, 2021
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Sultanate of Palembang DarussalamRobinson 17; Millies 206; Zeno # 280707

Tin piti, undated (probably 1812-1825); .48 g., 19.98 mm. max.

Obv.: Four characters around a square hole, Ala- / mat (or min) / sulta- / -n

Rev. Blank

Robinson rarity R2
StkpSep 12, 2021
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Sultanate of Palembang Darussalam; Mahmud Badaruddin II (1804-1821)Robinson 14; Millies 201; Zeno # 280704

Tin piti; undated minted under Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin II (1804-1821); 1.16 g., 20.39 mm. max.

Obv.: Zarb fi bilad Palembang dar al-Islam (fi [the character referred to by Robinson as a “2”] written as upright ligature)

Rev. Blank

Robinson rarity R1
StkpSep 12, 2021
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Sultanate of Palembang Darussalam; Mahmud Badaruddin II (1804-1821)Robinson 11; Millies 202-203; Zeno # 280705

Tin piti; undated, minted under Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin II, [1804-1821); 1.04 g., 19.59 mm. max.

Obv.: Zarb fi bilad Palembang dar al-Islam (fi written sideways, missing dots)

Rev. Blank

Robinson rarity R1
StkpSep 12, 2021
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Sultanate of Palembang Darussalam; Sultan Muhammad Bahauddin (1776–1803)Robinson 9.1 var. (no pellets); Millies 192 var.; Zeno # 280675

Tin piti dated 1203 A.H. = 1789 (minted under Sultan Muhammad Bahauddin [1776–1803]); .61 g., 18.79 mm. max.

Obv.: Al-sultan fi bilad Palembang sanat 1203 (= The sultan of Palembang year 1203)

Rev. Blank

Robinson rarity R1, but variety without pellets not listed in Robinson.
StkpSep 12, 2021
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Sultanate of Palembang Darussalam; Muhammad Bahauddin (1776–1803)Robinson 9.1; Millies 192; Zeno # 280674

Tin piti dated 1203 A.H. = 1789 (minted under Sultan Muhammad Bahauddin [1776–1803]); .61 g., 18.22 mm. max.

Obv.: Al-sultan fi bilad Palembang sanat 1203 (= The sultan of Palembang year 1203)

Rev. Blank

Robinson rarity R1
StkpSep 12, 2021
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Sultanate of Palembang Darussalam; Muhammad Bahauddin (1776–1803)Robinson 9 var. (no pellets); Millies 192 var.; Zeno # 280676

Tin piti dated 1203 A.H. = 1789 (minted under Sultan Muhammad Bahauddin [1776–1803]); .61 g., 18.41 mm. max.

Obv.: Al-sultan fi bilad Palembang sanat 1203 (= The sultan of Palembang year 1203)

Rev. Blank

Robinson rarity R1, but variety without pellets not listed in Robinson.
StkpSep 12, 2021
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Sultanate of Palembang Darussalam; Sultan Muhammad Bahauddin (1776–1803)Robinson 9; Millies 192; Zeno # 280673

Tin piti dated 1203 A.H. = 1789 (minted under Sultan Muhammad Bahauddin [1776–1803]); .77 g., 18.82 mm. max.

Obv.: Al-sultan fi bilad Palembang sanat 1203 (= The sultan of Palembang year 1203)

Rev. Blank

Robinson rarity R1
StkpSep 12, 2021
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Sultanate of Palembang Darussalam; Muhammad Bahudin (1776-1804)Robinson 5.3; Millies 187 var.; Zeno # 280668

Tin piti; minted 1193 A.H. = 1779 A.D.; .44 g., 14.30 mm. max.

Obv.: Al-Sultan fi balad Palembang sanat 1193 (= The sultan of Palembang year 1193) (distinctive style with thin characters touching rim)

Rev. Blank

Robinson rarity R5
StkpSep 11, 2021

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Japan. Tokugawa Shogunate. Ko-Kanei Tsuho (old Kanei Tsuho). Kutsugaya-senHartill 4.31 var; Jones (2007) 167 var; KM C 1.1 var; Zeno # 252677

1 mon (cast copper alloy), cast from 1656 (from Meireki 2) at Kutsukaya/Kutsugaya mint (Suruga Province); 3.19 g., 24.57 mm. max.

Obv: 寛永通寶 Kanei tsuho

Rev: Blank

Jones lists two varieties of Katsugaya-sen (large and small characters) but Hartill lists just one (large characters). There are others.

Hartill rarity VC
Stkp
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Mamluks (Bahri). `Ali II (al-Mansur `Ala al-Din Ali) (778-783 A.H. = 1377-1381 A.D.)Balog 509 Plate XX 509a-b; SNAT Hamah 632-634; Album 963

AE fals, Hamah mint, undated; 1.63 g., 18.50 mm. max.

Obv.: Field divided by two horizontal lines of dots. الملك المنصور (al-Malik al-Manusr) / tentatively ضرب طرابلس (duriba Tripoli per Balog but Hamah mint per SNAT)

Rev. Six-petaled flower, resembling a lotus, petals forming a counter-clockwise whorl.

Ali was the son of Sha'ban II and the great-grandson of Muhammad I. He was installed as sultan at age nine upon the death of his father in a revolt. He died four years later.

Attribution courtesy of Mervin.
Stkp
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Hungary. László/Ladislaus IV, the Cuman (1272-1290). Huszár 371 var.; Toth-Kiss 24.3.1.1 obv. var. e1.1/1.2 rev. var. b6cw2.1/1.4; Unger 297 var.; Réthy I 319 var.; Frynas 20.24 var.; Lengyel 20/3; Adamovszky 461Hungary. László/Ladislaus IV, the Cuman (1272-1290)

AR denar (average .5 g:, 12-12.5 mm.); .41 g., 12.26 mm. max., 180°

Obv: Facing crowned heads flanking lily, annulet in arch above heads, E-L above arch.

Rev: Nimbate Christ enthroned with outstretched arms, annulets flanking.

Ladislaus was crowned at age ten. His mother, Elizabeth, was regent from 1272 until 1277, although the kingdom was administered by baronial factions. The letters E-L on the obverse suggest that this type was minted during Ladislaus's minority.

Huszár rarity rating 10; Toth-Kiss rarity 150; Unger value 45 DM; Frynas rarity S
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