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drachma of azes I 57bc Shunga Dynasty

drachma of azes I Shunga Dynasty

Ninth-century Anglo-Saxon coin. The face of this coin reads: Northumbria Aethelred II 854-62, Æ Sceat, 85Y-58, O: † Ediiredre, †, Rx: † Eurdreo †. Although this object is hundreds of years old it is still with us today, providing a small window into an intriguing past culture. While Anglo-Saxon coins are now sold among historical enthusiats and kept in museums, it is important to acknolwedge that this coin was once a daily part of people's lives.

Ninth-century Anglo-Saxon coin. The face of this coin reads: Northumbria Aethelred II

Cairo Egypt Gold Coin Ottoman Zeri Mahbub or Beloved Gold 1187 AH - 1774 AD Abdul Hamid I - AU

Cairo Egypt Gold Coin Ottoman Zeri Mahbub or Beloved Gold 1187 AH - 1774 AD Abdul Hamid I - AU

Description: Gold Zeri Mahbub (Beloved Gold) coin struck in Egypt during the reign of Abdul Hamid I who ascended the throne in 1774 AD AH). The coin was struck in the period 1192 AH as evidenced

5a.  The obverse side of a Tian Qi Tong Bao (天啓通寶) 10 cash coin, cast during the reign of Emperor Tianqi (天啓) (1620-1627 AD), the 15th emperor of the Ming Dynasty. The reverse of this coin is features the Chine numeral '10' (Shi).   There is a fine crack in the rim at the  2:00 O'clock position, but otherwise this is a good specimen.  44mm in size; 24 grams in weight. S-1221.

5a. The obverse side of a Tian Qi Tong Bao (天啓通寶) 10 cash coin, cast during the reign of Emperor Tianqi (天啓) (1620-1627 AD), the 15th emperor of the Ming Dynasty. The reverse of this coin is features the Chine numeral '10' (Shi). There is a fine crack in the rim at the 2:00 O'clock position, but otherwise this is a good specimen. 44mm in size; 24 grams in weight. S-1221.

Solidus of Constantius II (Sole Emperor, 350–361), 350–361  This coin was struck in Rome, probably in the year 350 by Constantius II, one of the four sons of Constantine the Great.  http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/works-of-art/04.35.18

(Byzantine) Gold Solidus of Constantius II (Sole Emperor, Coin struck in Rome. ca CE.

Oxfordshire produced the most amazing discovery in the summer of 2007: 210 gold coins  dating from the reigns of Henry VI to Henry VIII (1470–1547). The

Ashmolean Advent Calendar Day 23 Tudor hoard of 210 English gold angels and half-angel coins See them in Gallery

dinar of kacha 4s

dinar of kacha

Florin

Fiorino d'oro, minted by the Republic of Florence In the wake of the Crusades, gold coins returned to Europe. Genoa and Florence minted gold guldens, while Venice issued ducats.

Henry VII groat - Henry VII of England - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Henry VII groat - Henry VII of England . A 'groat' is medieval European coins, in particular an English silver coin worth four old pence, issued between 1351 and

Byzantine Empire Solidus Gold Coin depicting Theophilos, with his father Michael II and his eldest son Constantine in the reverse,  Theophilos (829-842D).

Byzantine Gold Solidus of Theophilos Byzantine Gold Solidus Byzantine Empire Solidus Gold Coin depicting Theophilos, with his father Mi.

dinar of huvishka 106

dinar of huvishka 106

MAGNENTIUS 350AD Very Rare Half Centenionalis Lugdunum Ancient Roman Coin i65619

MAGNENTIUS 350AD Very Rare Half Centenionalis Lugdunum Ancient Roman Coin i65619

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