Phocas. AD 602-610. AV solidus, Constantinople AD 607-609, (4,39 g). ∂N FOCAS PЄRP AVI, Draped and cuirassed bust facing, wearing crown without pendilia and holding globus cruciger / VICTORIA AVGЧ Є, Angel standing facing, holding staff surmounted by staurogram and globus cruciger; CONOB in exergue. Very minor marks. Some flatness of strike. Lustrous.
Phocas. AD 602-610. AV solidus, Constantinople AD 607-609, (4,45 g). ∂N FOCAS PЄRP AV, Draped and cuirassed bust facing, wearing crown without pendilia and holding globus cruciger / VICTORIA AVGЧ Є, Angel standing facing, holding staff surmounted by staurogram and globus cruciger; CONOB in exergue. Lustrous.
Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine. AD 610-641. AV solidus, Constantinople circa AD 616-645, (4,44 g). dd NN hЄRACLIVS ЄƮ hЄRA CONSƮ PP AVG, facing busts of Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine, each wearing chlamys and crown with cross; cross in upper field / VICTORIA AVGV Є, cross potent on three steps, CONOB in exergue. Scrapes on reverse and a few minor marks. Area of weak strike on reverse.
Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine and Heraclonas. AD 610-641. AV solidus, Constantinople, dated IY = AD 635/6, (4,29 g). Heraclius, with long beard and moustache, Heraclius Constantine and Heraclonas, both beardless, all three standing facing, each crowned and holding globus cruciger / VICTORIA AVςЧ B, large cross standing on three steps; monogram in left field, Θ in right field, CONOB in exergue. Minor flatness of strike on the reverse. Traces of lustre around devices.
Constans II. AD 641-668. AV solidus, Constantinople AD 651-654, (4,41 g). dN CONSƮANƮINVS PP AVG, Bust of Constans II with long beard and moustache facing, wearing crown and chlamys, and holding globus cruciger / VICTORIA AVGV followed by officina letter I, Cross potent on three steps; CONOB in exergue. Scratches and faint graffiti on reverse.
Constans II with Constantine IV. AD 641-668. AV solidus, Constantinople AD 654-659, (4,35 g). dN CONSTANT]INVS C CONSTA, Crowned and bearded bust of Constans to left, beardless bust of Constantine to right, both facing and wearing chlamys; cross between their heads / VICTORIA AVGЧ I, Large cross standing on three steps; CONOB in exergue. Lustrous.
John I Zimisces. AD 969-976. AR miliarension, Constantinople mint, (2,35 g). + IҺSЧS XRI STЧS ҺICA *, cross set on globe above two steps, with crowned bust of John facing within central medallion; I-A, Ɯ-N across fields / + IƜAҺҺ, / ЄҺ X'Ɯ AVTO/CRAT, ЄVSЄЬ' / ЬASILЄVS / RƜMAIƜ' in five lines. Double struck. Some horn silver deposits and metal flaws. Toned.
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Romanus III (Argyrus). AD 1028-1034. AV histamenon, Constantinople, (4,38 g). + ΙhS XIS REX REGNANTIhM, Christ Pantokrator enthroned facing / Θ CE ΒΟΗΘ ΡωΜΑΝω, Romanus, placing hand on breast and holding globus cruciger, standing facing, being crowned and blessed by the Theotokos; four pellets in loros end; M Θ, each with macron above, in upper field. Weak strike in right field. A few tiny marks and scratches.
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Michael VII Ducas. AD 1071-1078. EL histamenon nomisma, Constantinople, (4,35 g). Facing half-length bust of Christ Pantokrator; IC-XC across fields / + MIXAHΛ RACIΛ O Δ, facing half-length bust, wearing crown with pendilia and loros, holding labarum and globus cruciger. Graffiti and a few small scratches. Well struck.
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