This page:  Byzantine, Medieval, and Arabic coins for sale (and a very few "world" coins)

Go to: Newest, Byzantine in chronological order, Vandal
Arabic, and Medieval (including Armenian).
Byzantine coins from the Cherson mint.
Late Byzantine. 

World coins.

TERMS:  Prices are in brackets: [$xx]. I accept PayPal. Postage in the US is $2 for orders up to $25, 3 for orders up to $50, $4 for orders up to $100, and an additional $1 for each hundred thereafter. Usually an additional $3 to other countries--ask.)  More-detailed terms of sale are here. 
After we have agreed by e-mail that you have gotten the coin, you can pay by logging into your account and sending PayPal payment to my e-mail address.
To order, or to ask any questions, e-mail me, Warren, at:  e-mail
Purple marks items that have sold and are no longer available.

    Most are in chronological order (Exceptions are the new ones at the top).  Skip down to
Anastasius, Justin, Justinian, Justin II, Maurice, Heraclius, Constans II, Constantine IV, late Byzantine (anonymous and later)
 
Most recent: 
July 31: Ostrogothic, Baduila, near the top. Theodore II of Nicaea, Micahle VIII, etc. near the top.
July 7:  Some prices reduced. Theodore I of the Empire of Nicaea (two examples of a scarce type from the Nicaea mint).
July 4: 10 Byzantine, including late and very late Byzantine, at the top. 
June 30: Justinian coins (at the top).
June 16: Anonymous bronze and later (the first eight coins)

June 8: Some nice middle-period coins of Justinian II, Tiberius III, Heraclius with countermark, Nicephorus II, Constantine VII, Michael II, Leo V, etc.  Please compare prices with those elsewhere.  At the top. 
June 6:  Heraclius over Maurice overstrike
May 30:  Year 35 decanummia of Justinian, at Nicomedia.
May 18:  Three new coins at the top including an excellent Carthage piece of Justin II. Prices reduced on most other coins on this page. [Almost all are far below starting prices on eBay offerings (most Byzantine coins are greatly overpriced on eBay)]
May 7:  Two at the top including a nice Justinian from Theopolis.

 

Some special coins:  an electrum Theodore I of Nicaea, 30-nummia of Heraclius, Justinian II, Tiberius III, Justinian ANTIX mintmark, Justinian Δ (4-nummia)Vandal N/IIII, high quality Leo VI

 

Newest: 

Michael VIII, Palaeologus, 1261-1282
Struck at Constantinople
23-21 mm. 1.39 grams
St. Demetrius standng
emperor blessed by Virgin
Sear 2265, page 442. "30 pounds in F, 60 in VF"
Grierson 1344, plate 84.
PCPC 26.1 is Sear's plate coin.
None on vcoins.  [$39]

 

 

Theodore II, Empire of Nicaea, 1254-1258
29-25 mm. Large
St. Tryphon,  JV and monogram, either side
Emperor standing with labarum-headed scepter and globus cruciger, cloak spead very wide. 
Sear 2142. "38 pounds in F, 85 in VF"
DO IV.II plate XXXVI
natural orange color  
No coins of Theodore II at all on vcoins. Rare [$45]

 

 

Theodore II, Empire of Nicaea, 1254-1258
29-27 mm. Large
St. Tryphon,  fleur-de-lis-like stybol, , either side
Emperor standing with labarum-headed scepter and globus cruciger, cloak spead very wide. 
Sear 2142. "38 pounds in F, 85 in VF"
DO IV.II plate XXXVI, (10b)
No coins of Theodore II at all on vcoins. Rare
Look at the DO plate coin (not in their collection, which is what the parentheses around the ID number mean) to see this is good "for type" [$59]
 

 

 

 

Ostrogothic. Baduila

Ostrogothic. Baduila, 541-552 at Ticinum
11-10 mm. (small)
Facing bust in Ostrogothic helmet
lion (with long vertical neck) standing left with one foreleg raised, in wreath.

MEC I -- but mentioned on page 38
Wroth WPBC Baduila 51, page 94, plate XII.5
Metlich COI 99  "Totila-Baduila, minimus, 2 or 2 1/2 nummia"
[$89]

 

 

 

Theodore I, Empire of Nicaea
1208-1222
22-17 mm. Small.
Sear 2061. Scarce. 

Glossy surfaces. The only example on vcoins is not better but $125. Here [$27]. 

 

 

Alexius I. 1081-1118
Pre-reform before 1092
Follis. 26 mm. 

Sear 1911. [$32]

 

 

Constantine VII, 913-959
25 mm.
Sear 1761   

Good portrait detail.  [$25]

 

 
Leo VI

Leo VI, The Wise. 886-912
Sear 1729

Super condition. [$75]

 

 

 

Leo VI, The Wise. 886-912
Sear 1729

All three. [$23]
 

 

 

Andronicus III, 1328-1341
Very late in the empire.
21-19 mm,
Sear 2481

Cross fleury/Androncius standing
Rare.  [$49 SOLD]

 

 

Anonymous bronze, Class G
27-25 mm. 
Romanus IV, 1068-1071

 

Christ/Virgin Mary orans

Sear 1867   [$27]

 

 

Byzantine anonymous Class I
Nicephorus III, 1078-1081

Sear 1889
 

Nice highlighting  [$16]

 

 

 


Justinian, 527-565. AE4.
VOT XIII
Sear Byzantine 278
Carthage
Better than most.  Only one on vcoins, at $235, as I write.
In my experience this type is rarer than the VOT XIIII
[$65, reduced to $39]

 

 

Theodore I, Empire of Nicaea
1208-1222
29-23 mm. 2.54 grams.
Sear 2061. Scarce. 
Reverse double struck as usual, making two patriarchal crosses. The figures on the left and right are well struck and the clothing of St. Theodore is outstanding. 

Nice surfaces and good size. The only example on vcoins is not better but $125. Here [$43]. 

 

Justinian, 527-565
16-nummia piece from Thessalonica
23-21 mm.

Sear 175ff

An unusual denomination. AISP

[$29]
 

 

 

Constantine V and Leo IV, 741-775
18 mm.
Lovely deep green patina.
Sear 1569 
Some bold lettering. [$27, reduced to $23]

 

 


Justinian, 527-565
Decanummia from Nicomedia
Year 32, 559/60

Sear 205   [$12]
 

 

 

Justin and Justinian, joint reign, 4 April 527 - 1 August 527 (four months!)
32-28 mm. 17.05 grams.
Unfortunately, the legend is missing the "IVSTIN" part but it is long enough and positioned to show it was there.
Sear 125  [$55]

 

 

 

Justinian (527-565) at Antioch after the second big earthquake.
 

In Greek (and Antioch was a Greek-speaking city), Theopolis is spelled θEOYΠOΛIS, which is variously abbreviated on coins. 

In 536/7 the profile bust returned when the spelling switched to Greek.

mm4


θYΠOΛS (the line over the θY indicates an abbreviation). Sear 217.
  40-nummia.
  29 mm. 17.56 grams.
  Bust right.
  θYΠOΛS  (line over θY)
  This longer version is from before the coinage reform of 538/9
  which is distinguished by facing busts.
   Struck 536/7- 339 (to be replaced by the frontal bust).   [$95 SOLD] 

Justinian, 527-8 at Antioch before the second earthquake, after which the city's name was changed to Theopolis. 
Rare with the mint mark ANTIX
Sear 213.  Hahn 1252

This is a speical and hard-to-find mint mark. I know, I looked for it for years. 

[$95] 

 

 

Justinian 527-565
10 nummia. 21-18 mm. 4.55 grams
Year 17 = 543/4
Sear 167  [$15]

 

 

Justinian 527-565

5-nummia. 16 mm. 1.93 grams.

Sear 243 from Antioch.
Remarkably nice epsilon and officina mark.  [$32]
Comes with very old Pegasi ticket for $40. 

 

 

Theophilus 829-842
gilt imitation solidus. 19 mm. 2.21 grams (very light)
Sear 1653 prototype
ex CNG on-line auction 179 (2008) lot 298 (part) with ticket

most gold intact. [$135]

 

 

Latin imitative, 1204-1261, during the Crusader occupation of Constantinople
20 mm. (small)
Hendy plate 29

Pretty nice for the type.  [$18]

 

 

Alexius I 1081-1118
17-14 mm. Tetertaron
Patriachal cross on two steps. 

Sear 1932 DO IV Alexius 45
Nice for these.  [$25]   Please compare all my prices with elsewhere. 

 

 


Romanus III, 1028-1034
Anonymous Class B
Large 30-28 mm. pretty well centered
Sear 1823, page 377, and as good as his plate coin (take a look) 
[$29]  Where else can you get a plate-coin quality piece at that price?

 

 

Michael IV, 1034-1041
28-26 mm.
Anonymous Class C
Well-centered

Sear 1825
[$24]

 

 

Constantine X, 1042-1055
28 mm. 
Anonymous Class D
Remarkably well centered and good strike.
Sear 1836 [$45]

 

 

Nicephorus III, 1071-1081
25 mm.
Anonymous bronze Class I
Sear 1889 [$21]

 
 

Isaac II, 1185-1195
28 mm. Cup-shaped
Sear 2003 
reverse legend has more legible than usual.  [$19 SOLD]

 

 

 

 

Michael II, 820-829
Small. 18 mm.
Sear 1652
[$45]

 

 

Leo V, 813-820
20-19 mm.
Leo V and Constantine
ΛK  + above (K is weak)
Sear 1635  [$19 SOLD]

 

 

Anonymous Class A2 with crosses
attributed to Basil II and Constantine VIII, 976-1028
28-25 mm.
Note the three cross in the nimbus, one on the gosples, and above and below the legend on the reverse. The best nimbus decoration among over 60 varieties!
Sear 1813  [$39]

 

 

Constans II, 641-668
Sear 1005
[$5 SOLD]

 

 
 

Constantine VII, 913-959
25 mm.
Sear 1761
Excellent natural highlighting
[$35, reduced to $29]



Heraclius over Maurice: Heraclius type still showing the obverse legend of Maurice!

At this orientation you can easily see the overtype, Heraclius and Son (AD 610-641), with M over NIK for Nicomedia, B for second officina, year II/II. There is lots of legible lettering around, too. Sear 834. So far, it might be a better than typical Heraclius from Nicomedia.

But wait! The lettering to the left is weak, but beginning at 11:30 is clear: dNMAVRICV....which is a legend of Maurice that should begin at about 7:00! Flip it over with that in mind we can see something of the reverse.

Where is the understrike? If the top of the M were at 5:00, you could see that its left diagonal is cut by an exergal line of an undertype with ... UP below, for Theopolis, which was the new name of Antioch. So, the undertype is a Maurice (AD 582-602) at Antioch, much like DO 161-173 = Sear 533.

It is a pretty remarkable obverse to have such a clear design of one emperor with a clear legend of another! Including shipping in the US, $27, reduced to $23 SOLD.



Justinian, 527-565, year 13
LARGE, 30 mm. 10.50 grams.
(Photos do a poor job of indicating sizes.) This coin is as big as many "M" pieces.
Struck 539/540 at Constantinople
Sear 165, year 13. [$29, reduced to $25]

 

 

 

Justinian, 527-565
13-12 mm. 
Decanummia at NIKomedia.
Large I, XXXV to right

Sear 205.  [$9]
 

 

 

  
Justin II and Sophia
19-16 mm. 4.25 grams.
Fcing busts
VITA below
N I M
Struck at Carthage
Sear 400
DO 200 (the one I am offering here is better on both sides except for clarity of "VITA")
[$79, reduced to $69]

 

 

Justin II
5-nummia
31-11 mm. 1.80 grams.
monogram/E+
Sear 364  
[$8, reduced to $5]

 

 

Tiberius II, 578-582
20 mm. 6.05 grams.
Sear 434 with officina in Sear but not in DOC.
[$23]   Compare to the ones over $80 on vcoins.

 

 

I don't know what this is.
Lead. 20 mm. 4.58 grams.

horseman right with long cross
line through a circle? A phi?
Some letters (Greek?) on the horseman side.
A nice puzzle. [$25, reduced to $21]

 

 

 

 

 


By emperor, in chronological order:

Anastasius, 491-518

 

Anastasius, 491-518
19 mm. "small module"
half-follis, 
cross, NI across, K, *
Sear 41 from Nicomedia.
[$29, reduced to $25]
vcoins has no coins at all of Anastasius from Nicomedia. 

 

 

 

Anastasius, 491-518
Large reformed follis. 
To right of the M is • * • 
which is  unusual.
Sear 21. Big, nice coin, with unusual • * •  [$35, reduced to $29]

compare to this recent eBay coin:
https://www.ebay.com/itm/LANZ-BYZANTINE-EMPIRE-ANASTASIUS-FOLLIS-STAR-PELLET-CONSTANTINOPLE-AE-TEG2092/302494194338?hash=item466e0f1aa2:g:Kv0AAOSw8UZZ6OMm

 

 

 

 



Justin I, 518-527

[see the "inexpensive" page]

 


 

Justin I and Justinian, Joint Reign:


J&J

Justin I and Justinian, their short joint reign. Rare. Sear 125.
Too bad all the letters of "JVSTIN" are missing, but the spacing of the rest makes it clear the type had them.  [$69, reduced to $45, reduced to $37]
Could be cleaned of dirt, but I don't clean coins.]

[Be careful. Some coins attributed to "Justin and Justinian" are actually just Justinian alone and reading the legend would tell the seller that.]

 

 

 



Justinian, 527-565

 

  Justinian 527-565
  [$35]
  Sear 216
  40-nummia.
  32-30 mm. 14.12 grams.
  Profile bust.
  +THEUP [weak]
  after the name changed from Antioch to Theopolis
  (city of God) because of major earthquakes.
  Struck 529-531 [Hahn]
  (That is, this profile bust was discontinued in year 13,
   which began the facing bust series at Antioch).

 

 
Justinian at Antioch. Pentanummia
13 mm. 1.98 grams
Monogram on reverse
Sear 245
Nice earthen cover.
MIBE 163.  Compare on vcoins.  [$35]

 

 


[$129]  Justinian, 527-565.
Rare denomination: 4-nummia, Delta. Large Δ
14-12 mm.
Delta. A and P either side.
Sear 194-5.
This one is better than the one which sold Nov. 14, 2017 here:
http://www.vauctions.com/APViewItem.asp?ID=38393
for over $350. 

 

 
 


JJ

[$19] Justinian, 527-565, at Carthage.
Sear 283, no photo.
Tiny coin. 9 mm. 0.39 grams.  Good head. Good chi-rho. [$29, reduced to $23]




 

 


342342
[$33] Justinian 1-nummis, small   0.36 grams.
AE nummis.
Sear 342.  Close to the end of this denomination.
Rare, Carthage mint according to Hahn
Please compare on vcoins [$59, reduced to $49, reduced to $33]
Note that the obverse has nose and eye detail and is well-centered.

 

 


J

Byzantine empire. Justinian (527-565). Struck the first year only.  Mintmark ANTIX, at Antioch before the earthquake of 528.
Sear 213. Scarce mintmark and very expensive in higher grade. [$37, a rare one year mintmark for Justinian
, reduced to $33]
For the story of this mint period, see my page:  http://esty.ancients.info/interesting/Justinian.html

 

 

 
217217
Justinian, 40 nummia, Antioch as Theoupolis. Mint mark spelled out in Greek
Sear Byz 217  [$35
, reduced to $27] Look at the mintmark!

 

 


326326

Justinian at Ravenna. Rare mint. Sear 326. 10-nummia. 16 mm. 3.20 grams. Struck year 20-28. DO 347-349. Sear 326. [$21, reduced to $16]

 

 

217217


Justinian I, 527-565 AD. Neat Greek mintmark for Theopolis = Antioch. Sear Byz 217 [$19
, reduced to $12]

 

 

283283

[$29] Justinian 1-nummis, small, 0.94 grams. 10 mm.
Sear 283.
Facing bust
Rare, Carthage mint. Chi-rho in double circle.
Not any on vcoins as I write this  [$55, reduced to $33, reduced to $21]

 

 


J
[$9] Justinian, 527-565.  16-nummia denomination only at Thessalonica:  AISP
Sear 178. 23 mm.  [$18, reduced to $9]

 

 

Vandal, time of Justinian
 
Vandal. Municipal of Carthage
N (with bar above)/IIII
Bust left, holding palm branch
AE11-10. 
MEC 51.
[$89]  Compares favorably to the $170 and $375 coins on vcoins. 
 


Justin II, 565-578



J
Justin II, 565-578. 18-14 mm.
Sear 385. Lovely green patina. Excellent for type [$29, reduced to $19]

 

 


J2J2

Justin II and Sophia, 565-578. Sear 372. Cyzicus, year 10.
Very nice surfaces. Bold KYZ mintmark. Very pleasing. 
Bold [$45 SOLD]

 

 


J2J2

Justin II and Sophia, 565-578.
Year 7, CONstantinople.
Sear 360. Nice surfaces with green patina.
[$19, reduced to $17]

 

 

Tiberius II, 578-582


 

Tiberius II, 578-582
29 mm.
Struck year 7
at Constantinople
Tiberius holding mappa and eagle-tipped scepter.
Sear 430. DO 13c, plate LXI

ex S&S Feb. 1983, list 44, lot 227.
[$33, reduced to $23]



 

 

 



Maurice, 582-602

Maurice, 582-602
20-nummia

Sear 534. DO 178
ANNO XX U
Year U = 5, struck 586/7.
Good bust with mappa and eagle-tipped scepter [$19, reduced to $17]

 

 

 


Phocas, 602-610

 

Phocas, 602-610
XX nummia, struck at Nicomedia
Sear 663  [$19, reduced to $9]

 

 

Phocas (602-610) and Leontia
THEUP' for Theopolis = Antioch.
25 mm. 10.17 grams.
Sear Byzantine 671. DO 88.1 page 188.
[$27, reduced to $21 SOLD]  Compare on vcoins. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Heraclius, 610-614

 

Heraclius with countermark, 610-641
26-21 mm.
Sear 810 with Heraclius and son
/M and year XXV (?)
Countermark, probably from Syria, at the top of the M.
[$27]

 

 

 

Rare denomination.
Heraclius, rare 30-nummia denomination (a big Λ for "30") CON mint
Two standing figures facing, reverse with Gamma officina
Sear Byzantine 812 [$29, reduced to $22]

 

 

 

Heraclius, 610-641
Alexandria mint
Three figures standing
I B either side of M with + above
Sear Byzantine 861
Rough surface.  [All $50 or more on vcoins. This one $19]

 

 


30Rare denomination.

[$45] Heraclius (610-641) 30-nummia30!
26-23 mm. 7.35 grams.
The unusual 30-nummia with a big Lambda for 30. Sear  812. Dumbarton Oaks has three photos, all comparable coins. [$69, reduced to $45
] You may think you want a nicer one, but look around and you will see this is nice for type!
Please compare prices elsewhere!

 

 

 

 


Constans II, 641-668

[$29] Constans II, 641-668
Struck in Sicily (Syracuse)
M with figures either side, monogram above
SCL below. Sear 1110
Cute figure of Constans II with his very large mustache.  [$29]

 

 


Constantine IV, 668-685

[none at this time]

Justinian II, first reign, 685-695

Justinian II, first reign, 685-695
28-18 mm. Struck on a quartered large follis
Sear 1262 
[$95, reduced to $85]

 

 

 

Tiberius III Apimar 698-705
Small. 20-19 mm.
Sear 1395
ex CNG  with ticket  [$125]
None on vcoins as I write.

 

 

 



Constantine V, 741-775


16591659

  [$16] Constantine V and Leo IV 771-775, /Leo III  Sear Byz 1569 
[$29, reduced to $24, reduced to $14]

 

 

 



Leo V, 813-820


L5L
[$13] Leo V, 813-820
20 mm. 5.40 grams.
Sear 1635.  Lambda for Leo and K for Constantine.
[$22
, reduced to $18]

 

 

 



Michael II, 820-829



M2M2

[$15] Michael II, the Amorian. 820-829.
AE 18-15. 2.37 grams.
Two busts facing, M with cross above, theta below
Sear 1652. DO 21, page 404, plate XXI  [$29, reduced to $21, Reduced to $18]

 

 
 

 

Theophilus 829-842
16811681

[$19] Theophilus 829-842
Sear 1681.
Note that this type comes in various sizes. This one is 21 mm by 18 mm, larger than some and smaller than some.  Nice surfaces. [$25
, reduced to $19]. Cute! Good surfaces.

Very similar to Berk 204, lot 349, at $110 buy level. 

 

 

 
 

Nicephorus II, 963-969


 

Nicephorus II, Phocas 963-969
Overstruck, possibly on Sear 1760 of Romanus I
Sear 1783
There is a lot of the undertype to read, and yet the 
main type has details such as the eyes. 
[$22]

 

 

 

 



Byzantine Mint of Cherson, was in Ukraine, now annexed by Russia.


RR
Romanus I, 920-944.
Mint of Cherson, in the Crimea.  Cast. Untouched nice reddish and earthen patina.
AE18. 2.29 grams.
Sear Byz 1775
Monogram of Romanus.  Esty type 28.  [$37 SOLD
] Nothing like it below $88 elsewhere as I write.
 

 

 


MMMichael III, the Drunkard. 842-867 AD.
AE15-10, a small coin.
MB / ΠX  (Polis Cherson)  Cherson mint.
Sear Byzantine 1699 (no photo), Berk 903. DO III.I  15
Esty type E7. Scarce. 
Michael III is a tough emperor to get. None in AE on vcoins or MA-Shops as I write. [$35, reduced to $23 SOLD]

 

 

Late Byzantine

 

 

Constantine X, 1059-1067
24-22 mm.
5.80 grams.
Lovely natural earthen cover
Sear 1853  [$18]

 

 

Alexius I, 1081-1118
19-16 mm.
bust facing

cross with letters in quadrants.
Sear 1931  [$23]

 

 
 

AA
Alexius I, 1081-1118
20-19 mm. 2.75 grams.
bust facing/jeweled cross, C Phi M Delta in angles
Sear 1931. DO 40 Thessalonica. [$18
]

 

 

 

John II, 1118-1143
16 mm. Half tetarteron
full-length Christ
half-length figure of John II
Sear 1954  [$17]  Compare to vcoins!

 

 

 

MM

Manuel I, 1143-1180
17 mm. half-tetarteron
Half length figure of Manuel facing, Cross on steps, IC XC
Sear 1982. DO Manuel I 25.
Better than most. [$15]

 

 

Andronicus I, 1183-1185
20-18 mm. Tetarteron. 3.21 grams.
Virgin orans
3/4 length figure of Andronicus
Sear 1987 
Remarkably legible!  None on vcoins or MA-Shops. 
Buy it while it is still available. Don't expect a better one any time soon. [$75]

 

 

 

[$195+$8] Theodore I, Empire of Nicaea (in Sear's Byzantine Coins as 2064)
Electrum 35-30 mm. Chipped. 3.65 grams.
Christ seated facing
Emperor on left and St. Theodore on the right. 
Sear 2064. DO IV.II Theodore I 2.
I bought it already chipped. Apparently someone in the past was not careful with it. The picture reproduces the color well on my screen. It is electrum, but pale like silver. Christ seated/Full-length figure of emperor on left an St. Theodore on the right. A gorgeous strike. Fortunately the chip does not affect any of the design. [There is nothing remotely like it on vcoins and the one on MA-Shops as I write is very badly flan-cracked (Theirs is about to break in half)  and even so it is priced over $700. Get this bargain coin! [$195 + $8 (I will ship it well-packed!)]

 

 

 


Arabic and Arab-Byzantine


AA


Turkoman Figural bronze. Foes of the Crusaders
Left: Zangids. Qutb-al-Din Mawdud, 544-564 AH 1149-1169 AD. S/S 59. Bought in Israel in 1972. 29 mm. [$35, reduced to $23
, reduced to $21]

 

 

 

 




Arab-Byzantine  all sold

 


 
Medieval


__________

The next few are Armenian medieval coins, attributed according to ACM = Armenian Coins and their Values

 

OO
Armenia, Oshin (?) 1308-1320
ACV 448-9
15 mm. AE Pogh. [$8
, reduced to $5]

 

 

HH
Hetoum II, 1289-1306
ACV 404
20-19 mm. AE. [$14
, reduced to $7]

 

 

LL
Levon III, 1301-3107
ACV 433v
AE 21. Kardez. [$14
, reduced to $5]

 

 
 

LL
Levon IV, 1320-3142, AE pogh. 17 mm
ACV 462
King seated facing/cross  [$19, reduced to $16
, reduced to $12] Please compare to the $55 examples on vcoins.

 

 



Armenian

Armenian. AE28. Hetom I, Plant 104c.  Seated king/cross with Vs in quadrants.
Rare. LARGE. 28 mm. Not in Armenian Coins and Their Values. (A minor variety) Cf. 351-8 because of the Vs in the quadrants. [$15, reduced to $9 (for an unlisted variety!)]

 

 

 



England
all sold
 



World Coins

Bundi, Indian Princely State, 1 Paisa, 1872 (not ancient)
VICTORI
17-16 mm and very thick at 6 mm. 17.42 grams.

Odd-shaped coin! [$10 + $4 shipping in the US--it is too thick for a normal envelope]

 

 
Mysore, Indian State, 1835 (not ancient), 20 cash
20 mm. 8.78 grams.
Lion left. That's pretty neat!
KM 193.2
[$13 SOLD]

 

 

Mexico!
M
Mexico. 1972. 5 pesos. KM 472  [$3]

 

 

 


 

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