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ANCIENT COINS : BYZANTINE
Lot
Description
ReserveEstimateYour Bid
7685
Justin II 565-578AD gold Solidus Constantinople Mint, (4.5g). Helmeted & cuirassed bust facing holding globe surmounted by Victory, rev Constantinopolis seated holding spear & globus cruicger. S-345. EF. (P)
  A$500
(US$375)
(€315)
(£275)
  A$700
(US$525)
(€441)
(£385)
A$
7686
Maurice Tiberius 582-602AD gold Solidus Constantinople Mint (4.5g). Draped & cuirassed bust facing wearing plumed helmet, rev Angel standing facing holding long cross & globus cruicger. S-478. Practically as struck. (P)
  A$700
(US$525)
(€441)
(£385)
  A$900
(US$675)
(€567)
(£495)
A$
7687
Phocas 602-610AD gold Solidus Constantinople (4.3g). Draped & cuirassed bust facing rev. Angel standing facing holding long staff & cross on globe. S-616. Fully lustrous. As struck. (P)
  A$800
(US$600)
(€504)
(£440)
  A$1000
(US$750)
(€630)
(£550)
A$
7688
Phocas 602-610AD gold Solidus Constantinople (4.4g). Draped & cuirassed bust facing rev. Angel standing facing holding long cross & cross on globe. S-620. Fully lustrous. As struck. (P)
  A$800
(US$600)
(€504)
(£440)
  A$1000
(US$750)
(€630)
(£550)
A$
7689
Heraclius 610-641AD gold Solidus. Constantinople Mint (4.5g). Facing busts of Heraclius on left & Heraclius Constantine on right, rev cross potent on 3 steps. S-743. Small graffiti, EF. (P)
  A$450
(US$338)
(€284)
(£248)
  A$600
(US$450)
(€378)
(£330)
A$
7690
Heraclius 610-641AD gold Solidus Constantinople Mint (4.3g). Facing busts of Heraclius, with long beard, & Heraclius Constantine, rev cross potent on 3 steps. S-749. A little weakly struck in parts, EF. (P)
  A$500
(US$375)
(€315)
(£275)
  A$700
(US$525)
(€441)
(£385)
A$
7691
Constans II with Constantine IV 641-668AD gold Solidus Constantinople Mint (4.3g). Facing busts of Constans on left & Constantine IV on right, rev Cross potent on 3 steps. S-959. gEF/EF. (P)
  A$500
(US$375)
(€315)
(£275)
  A$700
(US$525)
(€441)
(£385)
A$
7692
Constans II with Constantine IV 641-668AD gold Solidus Constantinople Mint (4.5g). Facing busts of Constans & Constantine IV. Constans wears a plumed helmet, rev Heraclius on left & Tiberius on right, a cross potent on 3 steps between them. S-964. Practically as struck. (P)
  A$650
(US$488)
(€410)
(£358)
  A$800
(US$600)
(€504)
(£440)
A$
7693
Constans II with Constantine IV 641-688AD gold Solidus of thick fabric & small module. Carthage Mint 659-668AD (3.3g). Facing busts of Constans II & Constantine IV, rev facing busts of Heraclius & Tiberius with a cross on base & 2 steps between them. S-1044. VF. (P)
  A$450
(US$338)
(€284)
(£248)
  A$600
(US$450)
(€378)
(£330)
A$
7694
Constantine IV Pogonatus 668-685AD gold Solidus Constantinople (4.4g). Helmeted & cuirassed bust ¾ facing holding a spear rev. Cross potent between Heraclius & Tiberius. S-1154. EF. (P)
  A$700
(US$525)
(€441)
(£385)
  A$900
(US$675)
(€567)
(£495)
A$
7695
Constantine IV 668-665AD gold Solidus. Constantine Mint. (4.4g). Bust ¾ facing wearing helmet, holding spear & shield, rev Heraclius & Tiberius standing, cross potent between. S-1156. Minor striking weakness in small parts, practically as struck. (P)
  A$750
(US$563)
(€473)
(£413)
  A$1000
(US$750)
(€630)
(£550)
A$
7696
Constantine V, Copronymus 741-775 gold Solidus Constantinople Mint (4.4g). Facing busts of Constantine V & Leo IV wearing crown & chlamys, rev facing bust of Leo III wearing crown & lores. S-1551. aU. (P)
  A$750
(US$563)
(€473)
(£413)
  A$1000
(US$750)
(€630)
(£550)
A$
7697
Basil I & Constantine 867-886AD silver Milliaresion Constantinople mint (2.7g) Cross potent on 3 steps rev legend in 6 lines. VF/EF. S-1708. Rare. (P)
  A$500
(US$375)
(€315)
(£275)
  A$600
(US$450)
(€378)
(£330)
A$
7698
Basil II Bulgaroktonos, with Constantine VIII 976-1025. Silver Miliaresion Constantinople Mint Struck 977-989AD. Cross crosslet with busts of Basil & Constantine either side rev legend in 5 lines aVF/VF. S-1810. (P)
  A$100
(US$75)
(€63)
(£55)
  A$150
(US$113)
(€95)
(£83)
A$
7699
Manuel I Comnenus 1143-1180 Electrum Aspron Trachy Constantinople (4.1g) Christ facing dias holding book of Gospels rev. Manuel standing on left & St Theodore on right holding a patriarchal cross between them. S-1959 gVF/EF. (P)
  A$400
(US$300)
(€252)
(£220)
  A$500
(US$375)
(€315)
(£275)
A$
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