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Parthian Empire


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South American Primitive Money and Artifacts


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Ancient & Medieval Southeast Asia


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Central Africa


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Hafsids


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France


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Almohads


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England


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Dutch India


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Qur'an Manuscripts


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Aksumite Empire


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Ağ Qoyunlu


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Vandals, Ostrogoths, and Lombards


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Byzantine Empire: Justinian I (527-565) Follis, Theoupolis/Antioch (Sear 214; DOC 206b; MIB 130)4 viewsObv: D N IVSTINI-ANVS P P AVS; Justinian enthroned facing, holding long scepter with his right hand and globus cruciger in his left
Rev: Large M between star and crescent; above, cross; below, B; in exergue, +THЄЧP
Dim: 34 mm, 17.32 g
Quant.GeekNov 21, 2019
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Byzantine Empire: Justinian I (527-565) Half Follis, Theoupolis (Sear-225; DOC 208.4; MIBE 135)1 viewsObv: D N IVSTINI-ANVƧ P P AVS; Justinian enthroned facing, holding long scepter with his right hand and globus cruciger in his left
Rev: Large K; to left, cross dividing T H/Є U/O/P; Γ to right
Quant.GeekNov 21, 2019
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Byzantine Empire: Justinian I (527-565) Half Follis, Theoupolis (Sear-225; DOC 208; MIBE 135)2 viewsObv: D N IVSTINI-ANVS P P AVS; Justinian enthroned facing, holding long scepter with his right hand and globus cruciger in his left
Rev: Large K; to left, cross dividing T H/Є U/O/P; Γ to right
Dim: 28 mm, 9.10 g
Quant.GeekNov 21, 2019
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Empire of Nicaea: John III Ducas-Vatazes (1222-1254) BI Trachy, Magnesia (Sear 2129; DOC IV, Type G 9; Lianta 455-56)6 viewsObv: IC XC in field; Bust of Christ, bearded and nimbate; left hand Gospel, pellet in each limb of nimbus cross
Rev: Δ/Π to left, IШ center above, Γ/OΛ/Δ/M/T to right; Full-length figure of emperor on left, and of St. Demetrius, beardless and nimbate; between them model of the city with three towers; Emperor wears stemma, divitision, collar-piece and jewelled loros of simplified type; right handholds labarum-headed scepter; Saint wears military tunic, breastplate and sagion; left hand holds sword, point resting on ground
Quant.GeekNov 18, 2019
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Byzantine Empire: Leontius (695-698) Half Follis, Constantinople (Sear 1335; DOC 9; MIB 33)1 viewsObv: Crowned facing bust of Leontius, holding globus cruciger; cross to right
Rev: Large K; cross above, A/N/NO and A across fields, Γ below
Dim: 20mm, 2.49g
Quant.GeekNov 18, 2019
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Parthian Empire: Artabanus IV (9-41) Chalkous, Ecbatana Mint (Sellwood 63.17var)19 viewsObv: Diademed and draped bust of Artabanos IV to left
Rev: Half-length figure of Tyche right, holding palm branch, circular dotted border
Dim: 10 mm, 1.0g
Quant.GeekOct 29, 2019
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Byzantine Empire: Justinian II, First Reign (685-695) Half Follis, Constantinople (Sear 1262; DOC 21; MIB 47)24 viewsObv: Crowned facing bust of Justinian, holding globus cruciger
Rev: Large K; date across field; Γ below
Dim: 26 mm, 4.74g



Quant.GeekOct 21, 2019
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Byzantine Empire: Tiberius III Apsimar (698-705) Follis, Constantinople (Sear 1367; DOC 11)29 viewsObv: Emperor standing, wearing military garb, paludamentum, and crown with cross; In right hand, globus cruciger and in left, long cross
Rev: Large M; cross above, to left, A/N/N/O; B below; CON in exergue
Dim: 29 mm, 3.30g

Overstruck as usual, on an indeterminate host coin
Quant.GeekOct 20, 2019
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Ethiopian Coptic Geez Bible (ca. 18th Century)9 viewsEthiopian Handwritten Coptic Geez Bibles were produced as early as the fourteenth century until the late 19th century throughout Ethiopia, the first country to become an independent African nation. Christianity was introduced to Ethiopia in the 4th century when Syrian missionaries first translated the Bible into Geez, the language of the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church. The surviving body of Geez literature in composed almost entirely of Christian liturgy, as education was exclusively the responsibility of priests and monks. The bibles produced typically contain the gospels of the New Testament, recounting the life of Jesus of Nazareth and the foundation of the Christian faith with illuminated miniature paintings depicting the lives of the Saints.Quant.GeekOct 20, 2019
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Ethiopian Coptic Geez Bible (ca. 18th Century)10 viewsEthiopian Handwritten Coptic Geez Bibles were produced as early as the fourteenth century until the late 19th century throughout Ethiopia, the first country to become an independent African nation. Christianity was introduced to Ethiopia in the 4th century when Syrian missionaries first translated the Bible into Geez, the language of the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church. The surviving body of Geez literature in composed almost entirely of Christian liturgy, as education was exclusively the responsibility of priests and monks. The bibles produced typically contain the gospels of the New Testament, recounting the life of Jesus of Nazareth and the foundation of the Christian faith with illuminated miniature paintings depicting the lives of the Saints.Quant.GeekOct 20, 2019
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Ethiopian Coptic Geez Bible (ca. 18th Century)7 viewsEthiopian Handwritten Coptic Geez Bibles were produced as early as the fourteenth century until the late 19th century throughout Ethiopia, the first country to become an independent African nation. Christianity was introduced to Ethiopia in the 4th century when Syrian missionaries first translated the Bible into Geez, the language of the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church. The surviving body of Geez literature in composed almost entirely of Christian liturgy, as education was exclusively the responsibility of priests and monks. The bibles produced typically contain the gospels of the New Testament, recounting the life of Jesus of Nazareth and the foundation of the Christian faith with illuminated miniature paintings depicting the lives of the Saints.Quant.GeekOct 20, 2019
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Ethiopian Coptic Geez Bible (ca. 18th Century)11 viewsEthiopian Handwritten Coptic Geez Bibles were produced as early as the fourteenth century until the late 19th century throughout Ethiopia, the first country to become an independent African nation. Christianity was introduced to Ethiopia in the 4th century when Syrian missionaries first translated the Bible into Geez, the language of the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church. The surviving body of Geez literature in composed almost entirely of Christian liturgy, as education was exclusively the responsibility of priests and monks. The bibles produced typically contain the gospels of the New Testament, recounting the life of Jesus of Nazareth and the foundation of the Christian faith with illuminated miniature paintings depicting the lives of the Saints.Quant.GeekOct 20, 2019
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Byzantine Empire: Anonymous (555-624) 4 Nummi, Cartago Spartaria (Gavil 44)10 viewsQuant.GeekOct 07, 2019
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South Soghd, Kashka Darya Valley: Anonymous (Late 1st century BCE - 1st century AD) AR Obol (Senior A12.3; Alram 1230; HGC 12, 499)12 viewsObv: Zeus enthroned left, holding eagle and scepter
Rev: Herakles standing right, holding club and filleted wreath
Dim: 14mm, 0.56 g, 12h
Quant.GeekOct 02, 2019
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Byzantine Empire: Anonymous Class B Follis, Constantinople (Sear 1823; DOC B.1-64) - Attributed to Romanus III (1028-1034)13 viewsObv: IC-XC to right and left of bust of Christ facing with nimbate cross behind head, square in each limb of nimbus cross, holding book of gospels, a dot in center of dotted square on book; Mardin Hoard Countermark #13 (عز)
Rev: IS-XS ЬAS-ILЄ ЬAS-ILЄ to left and right above and below cross with dots at the ends, on three steps; Unkown Countermark

Countermarked by Izz al-din Abu Bakr al-Dubaysi between 1146 and 1156 AD at the mint of al-Jazirah (obverse) and an unknown countermark that is not listed in The Mardin Hoard on the reverse.
Quant.GeekSep 29, 2019
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Byzantine Empire: Anonymous Class K Follis, Attributed to Alexius I Comnenus (Sear 1901; DOC K.1)10 viewsObv: Bust of Christ facing, wearing nimbus cruciger, pallium and colobium, and raising right hand in benediction; in left hand, book of Gospels; to left, IC; to right, XC. Border of large pellets; Mardin Hoard Countermark #10 (عدل‎) and #17 (لله)
Rev: Three-quarter length figure of the Virgin orans facing, nimbate, wearing pallium and maphorium; to left of nimbus, M; to right, Θ
Quant.GeekSep 29, 2019

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Nawanagar: Vibhaji (1852-1894) AR kori, VS1936 (1879), (KM#20)24 viewsSpongeBob
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Ghaznavids: Mawdud ibn Masud (1041-1048) AR Double Dirham (Unpublished)29 viewsSpongeBob
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Byzantine Empire: Andronicus III Palaeologus (1328-1341) Trachy, Constantinople (Sear 2482; LPC 234.2; PCPC 257; Lianta 834)13 viewsObv: Ⓐ to left, Δ/M/T to right. Half-length figure of St. Demetrius, beardless and nimbate, wearing armor; right hand holds spear.
Rev: A M above St. Michael. Three-quarter-length figure of St. Michael, beardless and nimbate, on left, turning right, and with left hand raised in blessing over the head of the emperor, who holds two patriarchal crosses. Emperor wears stemma, divitision, collar-piece and jeweled loros of simplified type. Saint wears tunic, breastplate and sagion.
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Confederate States of America: T-66 1864 $50 (Back)11 viewsFront: Bust of Jefferson Davis, president of the Confederate States. Pink and black.
Back: Blue web reverse with denomination.

Issued in Series 1 to 4 and without series. With and without flourish over "Con" of "Confederate", making a total of 36 plate varieties (WA to ZA).
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