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Constantine II with Constantine IV, AD 641-668. Gold Solidus

Obverse: dNCONSTANTINUS ET CONSTAN - Crowned and draped busts facing, cross between. Reverse: VICTORIA AVG - cross potent set on three steps, CONOB in exergue. Near Extremely Fine

Dynasts of Lycia, Perikles. Ca. 380-360 B.C. AR 1/3 Stater. EF

Dynasts of Lycia, Perikles. Ca. 380-360 B.C. AR 1/3 Stater. Lion's scalp facing / Legend around Triskeles. Extremely Fine.

Heraclius & Heraclius Constantine. Gold Solidus.

Heraclius & Heraclius Constantine, AD 610-641. Gold Solidus. Obverse: dd NN hERACLIUS ET HERA CONST PP AVG - Facing busts of Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine both wearing chlamys and simple crown, cross between their heads. Reverse: VICTORIA AVGUU - Cross potent on three steps. CONOB in exergue. Nearly Extremely Fine

Phocas Gold Solidus Very Fine

Phocas, AD 602-610, Gold Solidus. Obverse: dN FOCAS PERP AVG - Draped and cuirassed facing bust wearing crown with pendilia and holding cross on globe. Reverse: VICTORIA AVGUΘ - Angel standing facing, holding staff surmounted by christogram (Staurogram - early symbols similar to the Chi Rho) and cross on globe. Good Very Fine

Quintillus AE. Antoninianus, Rev. FORTVNA REDVX

Quintillus, AD 270, AE. Antoninianus. Obverse. Radiate draped and cuirassed bust of Quintillus facing right. Reverse. FORTVNA REDVX, Fortuna standing holding rudder set on globe and cornucopiae, Officina mark Z in field. [S.11441] About Extremely Fine

Thasos Thrace, Silver Tetradrachm, Ca 148-190 BC

Obverse: Head of young Dionysos facing right wearing ivy wreath, Reverse: Herakles standing naked holding club and lion-skin. Monogram to left. About Extremely Fine