Any ideas on the value of a couple of NGC graded 11th Century Byzantine Empire Gold cup coins?

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  1. Gregg702

    Gregg702 Active Member

    I have never been able to get a good idea on the value of these. Anyone have any ideas?

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  3. Jwt708

    Jwt708 Well-Known Member

    Have you tried CNG?
  4. Gregg702

    Gregg702 Active Member

    No, I will probably look there tomorrow at work.
  5. Oldhoopster

    Oldhoopster It seemed like a good idea at the time.

    Search vcoins. Searching Ma-shops may also help but I don't recall if the dealers on there do much much with Byzantine.
  6. coin0709

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  7. Milesofwho

    Milesofwho Omnivorous collector

    Michael VI reigned for a year. Michael VII reigned for seven, but he also had increasingly poor gold content in his coins, allowing him to strike more of them.
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  8. Gregg702

    Gregg702 Active Member

    Yup. According to my spectrometer, the Constantine coin is close to 22kt, and the Micheal VII is 14kt.
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  9. Milesofwho

    Milesofwho Omnivorous collector

  10. Milesofwho

    Milesofwho Omnivorous collector

    After quickly checking CNG, it seems that Michael VII mostly sells for around $300. Some sell for more, some less, but that seems to be a median.
  11. Gregg702

    Gregg702 Active Member

    Thanks. I have been home sick all week, and don’t have my work resources.
  12. Milesofwho

    Milesofwho Omnivorous collector

    Feel better soon! I can let you come to your own conclusions on the price. Your Constantine IX is a later one, struck from 1049-1053.
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