Anyway, for years we knew about Khusro II issues in Alexandria Egypt. I own both denominations but my photo ability is crap, so here is one from Wiki. Only relatively recently has another type of Sasanian-Byzantine type been identified. It was struck in a different mint, (Antioch?) imitating a different kind of Byzantine coin. I have been meaning to pick one up, missing a few, but got one yesterday: SASANIAN KINGS. temp. Husrav (Khosrau) II. AD 591-628. Æ Follis (30mm, 10.67 g, 6h). Imitating a 2nd officina Seleucia Isauriae mint issue of Heraclius, with Heraclius Constantine, dated [RY 7 (616/7)]. Uncertain mint. Struck during the Sasanian occupation of the Levant and Anatolia, 610-628/30. Crowned and draped figures of Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine standing facing, both holding globus cruciger; cross between / Large M; six-rayed star above, A/N/N/O to left, [ЧI] to right, B below; CON in exergue. Pottier AA2-1.5 (same dies as illustration). Dark earthen green patina. Good Fine Anyone else find transitional coinage fascinating?