Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by Roerbakmix, May 29, 2020.
29 mm, 9.51g
19 mm, 1.46g
I would greatly appreciate any tips, or insights.
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1059 to 1067 AD
AE Follis, Constantinople
Obvs: +ЄMMANOVHΛ IC XC, Christ on footstool holding gospels.
Revs: +KωN T ΔK ЄVΔK AVΓO, Eudocia and Constantine holding labarum.
Ref: Sear 1853
Also, I would greatly appreciate any input on the other two coins, if at all possible given their condition.
You can try researching scyphates including Latin imitations. They were made for at least three centuries and there can be hundreds of varieties. I made a thread on them.
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