RIC V-1 Siscia Antelope's rear legs are viewed from the front, i. Mintmark: Gamma. Siscia mint.
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References: RIC ; Sear5 v. Argaeus on altar; date ET D in exergue. Hole has been started in reverse; filled with hardened dirt. Reference: Caesarea Syd Rome mint, AD Reference: RIC 35 var dpaul7 Jul 24, References: Sear5 , RIC Reference: RIC , Cohen BMC Minted Reference: Emisa BMC Reference: RSC Mint: Antioch on the Orontes.
Hoover , SC dpaul7 Jul 23, Minted BC.
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Antioch on the Orontes mint. Symbols in exergue, monogram to left off flan this example.
Reference: Hoover HGC Serrate AE20mm, Antioch mint. Reference: BMC 23 dpaul7 Jul 23, Magistrate's name unclear in exergue. Reference: Sear dpaul7 Jul 23, AE Minted 36 BC AD. Sear Eagle with spread wings standing left on thunderbolt, head left. Dotted border. Central depression on reverse.
Delta between legs. Antioch Mint, countermarked at Ekbatana Obv. Reference: Houghton 76, SC, Hoover v. Antioch mint. Dated SE BC. Large denomination. Date in exergue, letter in field left. Denomination A. Year 9 B. Thunderbolt above. Symbols to left: Star over cap.
Reference: Y-4 dpaul7 Jul 10, Issued AD.
Ticinum mint, AD. Reference: RIC Reference: Frolova pp. Reference: Fedorov-Davidov Posthumous issue; dated AH Barred IC XC in fields. Only the KO is visible on the coin, normal with syphate issues. Manus Dei to right of emperor's head. Reference: SB , Hendy 6. Obverse: IC XC in upper field, Christ, bearded and nimbate, wearing tunic and kolobion, seated upon throne without back, right hand raised in benediction, holding Gospels in Left.
Mint - Constantinople.
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Date: Malloy 18 dpaul7 Jun 16, Reference: Craig C10a. Most surrounding legends gone; AE Square Unit. Reference: Senior Pre-Reform issue, Moscow mint.
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Tver mint. Reference: Gaidukov EL Rev. York mint. Reference: Seabby A. Weak obverse; nice reverse! Reference: Federov Cut down to obol size A common practice. Huszar states these were cut into 3 sizes: 17 mm 14 adn 10 mm. Pearled border on outside rim broken by 3-stroke sections forming a cross pattern.
Reference: Huszar 9, Unger 5.
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Ladislaus I AR Denar. Wedges in each cross angle. Some flan damage. Reference: Huszar 22, Un ger Retrograde S. All around 3 cross-topped staves; 2 ball-shaped formsm on each stave.
Reference: Huszar 27, Unger Some flan damage, holed. Reference: Huszar 23, Unger REX Rev. TYR  Previous KM Copper 1 Duit, Dots added. Reference: KM 7. XVII, part 1, coin A1 Before the conquest by the Portuguese in the early 's, Melaka in Malaysia was the center of a prosperous Islamic Sultanate. The issue of tin coins issued by the Sultanes were later continued by the Portuguese.
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These tin coins, especially in high quality, are rare. Found in Palembang. Extremely rare. This is an obscure coin, discovered only recently in Palembang. This girl accepted Islam, and became the wife of the Sultan. Stylistically the coin dates to the 15th century, so this attribution is not unlikely.
Obverse: Thin plain line circle at edge, uninscribed. Reverse: Thick plain line circle at center and thin line circle at rim, uninscribed. They were inspired by the Chinese coins and were issued by a range of establishments, from brothels to restaurants. This one has been described as a plantation token. No mint mark, Rome mint. Ex Portuguese Numismatic Society, S. Batista Collection.
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