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Imperial Rome AV Aureus struck 230AD Rome Mint 5.92g. Emperor Severus Alexander 222-35AD

Imperial Rome AV Aureus struck 230AD Rome Mint 5.92g. Emperor Severus Alexander 222-35AD

Aelia Eudocia. Augusta, AD 423-460. AV Tremissis (15mm, 1.50 g, 6h). Constantinople mint. Struck under Theodosius II, circa AD 423-440. my coll.

Augusta, AD AV Tremissis g, Constantinople mint. Struck under Theodosius II, circa AD my coll.

Macrinus. AD 217-218. AV Aureus (7.23 g, 6h). Rome mint, 5th officina. 2nd emission, 2nd phase, circa January-March, AD 218.

Macrinus. AD 217-218. AV Aureus (7.23 g, 6h). Rome mint, 5th officina. 2nd emission, 2nd phase, circa January-March, AD 218.

Byzantine Empire AV Solidus ND 706AD 20mm./4.43g. Justinian II (Second Reign) 705-11AD

Byzantine Empire AV Solidus ND 706AD 20mm./4.43g. Justinian II (Second Reign) 705-11AD

Maurice Tiberius. 582-602. AV Solidus (21mm, 4.12 g, 5h). Light weight issue of 22 siliquae. Constantinople mint. Struck 583/4-602.

AV Solidus g, Light weight issue of 22 siliquae.

B37 A Rare and Exceptional Byzantine Gold Solidus of Michael III the Drunkard, Among the Finest Examples Known of this Issue 842-867  AD

A Rare and Exceptional Byzantine Gold Solidus of Michael III "the Drunkard", Among the Finest Examples Known of this Issue

Theodosius II 402-450AD AV Solidus ND circa 424/30AD Thessalonika Mint

Theodosius II AV Solidus ND circa Thessalonika Mint

Byzantine Empire AV Solidus ND Alexandria Mint Justinian I 527-65AD

Byzantine Empire AV Solidus ND Alexandria Mint Justinian I

Imperial Rome AV Aureus ND 183/84AD Rome Mint 7.22g. Emperor Commodus 177-92AD

Imperial Rome AV Aureus ND 183/84AD Rome Mint 7.22g. Emperor Commodus 177-92AD

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