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Solidus (gold!) from Emperor Heraclius (616-625 AD)

Solidus (gold!) dated 616-625 AD, struck under Emperor Heraclius in Constantinople. Extremely Fine condition, but with some striking weakness. Sear 738, DOC 13e. 4,43 g. 

Protocol no. 3584

kr 4,500

Solidus (gold!) from Emperor Heraclius (616-625 AD)

Solidus (gold!) dated 616-625 AD, struck under Emperor Heraclius in Constantinople. Very Fine condition. Sear 738, DOC 13e. 4,49 g. 

Protocol no. 3583

kr 4,950

Tetarteron (gold!) from Emperor Constantinus IX (1042-1055 AD)

Tetarteron (gold!) dated 1042-1055 AD, struck under Emperor Constantinus IX in Constantinople. Extremely Fine condition / scarce type. DOC 5 a; Sear 1832. 4,01 g. 

Protocol no. 3557

kr 17,000

Histamenon Nomisma (gold!) from Emperor Michael VII Doukas (1071-1078 AD)

Histamenon Nomisma (gold!) dated 1071-1078 AD, struck under Emperor Michael VII Doukas in Constantinople. Very Fine condition. Sear 1868. 4,3 g.

Protocol no. 3431

kr 3,750

Tetarteron (gold!) from Emperor Constantinus IX (1042-1055 AD)

Tetarteron (gold!) dated 1042-1055 AD, struck under Emperor Constantinus IX in Constantinople. Very Fine condition / scarce type. DOC 5 a; Sear 1832. Allegedly from the Phoibos collection. 4,0 g. 

Protocol no. 3441

kr 9,500

Solidus (gold!) from Emperor Constans II (654-659 AD)

Solidus (gold!) dated 654-659 AD, struck under Emperor Constans II in Constantinopolis. Grading: XF / Mint State. Obv.: Constans left, Constantine IV right. Reference: Sear 961. Weight: 4,48 g.

Protocol no. 3101

kr 5,600

Solidus (gold!) from Emperor Constans II (651-654 AD)

Solidus (gold!) dated 651-654 AD, struck under Emperor Constans II in Constantinople. Grading: XF / Mint State. Obv.: Bust facing, with long beard and moustache, wearing crown and chlamys, and holding globus cruciger. Reference: Sear 956. Weight: 4,42 g.

Protocol no. 3102

kr 5,250

Follis from Emperor Phocas (ca. 602-610 AD)

Follis (overstrike) dated ca. 602-610 AD, struck under Emperor Phocas in Cyzicus. Reference: Sear 665. Weight: 12,01 g. 

Protocol no. 2828

kr 1,750

Hyperpyron (gold!) from Andronicus II and Michael IX (1295-1320)

Hyperpyron (gold!) dated 1295-1320, struck under Emperor Andronicus II and Emperor Michael IX in Constantinople. Grading: F/VF. Obv.: Andronicus II and Michael IX kneeling either side of Christ. Rev.: Bust of the virgin within city walls. Reference: Sear 2396. Weight: 3,97 g. 

Protocol no. 2815

kr 2,300

Hexagram from Emperor Heraclius & Emperor Heraclius Constantinus (615-638 AD)

Hexagram dated 615-638 AD, struck under Emperor Heraclius and Emperor Heraclius Constantinus in Constantinople. Grading: F/VF. Reference: Sear 798, DOC 64. Provenance: Private purchase 18 June 1999. Weight: 6,5 g.

Protocol no. 2764

kr 1,150

Æ follis from Emperor Theophilus (829-842 AD)

Æ follis dated 829-842 AD, struck under Emperor Theophilus in Constantinople. Grading: VF. Reference: Sear 1667, DOC.15a. Provenance: C.H. Størmer’s collection (private purchase 4 October 1998). Weight: 7,16 g.

Protocol no. 2750

kr 675

Æ 3/4 follis from Emperor Romanus I Lecapenus (920-944 AD)

Æ 3/4 follis dated 920-944 AD, struck under Emperor Romanus I Lecapenus in Constantinople. Obv.: Romanus. References: Sear 1760, DOC. 25 Provenance: OMG 241114 and C.H. Størmer’s collection, Oslo. Weight: 7,34 g.

Protocol no. 2741

kr 8,000