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Turk Shahi Kings, AE unit, Sri Sahi, imitation w. Pennant

$99
Turk Shahi Kings of Kabul and Gandhara. Sri Sahi, imitation with pennant (end of VII c. AD)   AE unit Vondrovec

Sasanians, AR drachm, Shapur II, Sakastan

$99
Sasanians. Shapur II (309-379AD) AR drachm 3.83 g, 19 – 21 mm Mint V (Sakastan, modern Zaranj in South-Western Afghanistan) OBVERSE: Bust

Kushano-Sasanians, AE drachm, Hormazd I Kushanshah

$165
Kushano-Sasanians. Ohrmazd / Hormazd / Hormizd I Kushanshah (290-320AD) AE drachm 2.49 g, 15 mm OBVERSE: Draped bust of Hormazd

Indo-Parthians, AR tetradrachm, Farn-Sasan

$160
Indo-Parthians. Later Indo-parthians in Arachosia (150-240 AD) AR tetradrachm 11.30 g OBVERSE: diademed bust of Farn-Sasan to left, hair in

Alchon Huns, AE unit, unсertain type

$145
Iranian Huns. Alchon Huns. Khingila and his successors (mid 5th – early 6th cent. AD) AE unit 1.33 g, 16

Hunnic Tribes, AE unit, Anonymous Alkhan Clan Ruler

$99
Hunnic Tribes. Alchon Huns. Anonymous (385-450 AD) AE unit 3.31 g OBVERSE: bust in profile wiev reght, wearing Shapur II’s

Hunnic Tribes. Turk Shahi Kings, AE unit, Type 315

$145
Turk Shahi Kings. Uncertain type – Vondrovec Type 315 AE unit 1.19 g, 16 – 17.5 mm Near VF. RARE Reference: Z-157662 (this

Western Turks, AE drachm, Tegin of Khorasan, Type 240

$99
Turk Shahi Kings of Kabul and Gandhara. Tegin of Khorasan (after 680 – around 738 AD) AE drachm 2.31 g

Hunnic Tribes, AR drachm, Tobazini / Goboziko

$299
Hephthalites in Bactria. “Tobazini” / “Goboziko” (first half of V cent. AD)  AR drachm 3.67 g OBVERSE: Crowned bust after

Sasanians, AR drachm, Varhran (Bahram) IV

$85
Sasanians. Varhran (Bahram) IV (388-399 AD) AR drachm 3.58 g,  22.33 – 23.14 mm VF Reference: Z-208348 (this coin) ♦Please, note

Sasanians, AR drachm, Khusru I, 533 AD

$110
Sasanians. Khusru I (531-579 AD) AR drachm 3.61 g,  29 – 31.5 mm MA mint (May/Masabadan in Media) 3rd regnal

Sasanians, AR drachm, Peroz I, 2nd crown

$95
Sasanians. Peroz I (457-484 AD), 2nd crown type (458-474 AD) AR drachm 4.18 g,  26 – 29.5 mm BBA (court)

Hunnic Tribes, AE unit, principalities in Kashmir Smast

$99
Hunnic principalities in Kashmir Smast. Unknown ruler. Between V and VIII c. AD AE unit 0.89 g, 10.5 – 11

Alchon Huns, AE obol, Anonymous Alkhan Ruler

$160
Alchon Huns. Anonymous Alkhan Ruler (end of 5 cent. AD) AE obol 0.38 g, 4.82 – 15.12 mm Unpublished type

Sasanians, AR drachm, Shapur II

$135
Sasanians. Shapur II (309-379AD) AR drachm 3.83 g, 19 – 21 mm Mint V (Sakastan, modern Zaranj in South-Western Afghanistan) OBVERSE: Bust

Yabghu of Tokharestan, AR drachm, “Hormazd IV” imitation, countermarks

$85
Western Turk Dynasties. Turk Yabghus in Tokharestan (600-680AD) AR drachm Minted in Balkh, Northern Afghanistan OBVERSE: Bust right, designed based on

Western Turks, AE drachm, Nezak Malka, Kabulistan

$90
Western Turk Dynasties. “Nezak Malka” series (second half of VII c. AD) AE drachm 3.49 g OBVERSE: Bust with winged bull’s

Western Turks, AE unit, Alkhan-Nezak crossover

$120
Iranian Huns. Nezak and Western Turk Dynasties. Alkhan-Nezak crossover type (late 6th C. to ca 661 AD) AE unit 5.11

Kushano-Sasanians, AE drachm, Shapur I or Ardashir

$115
Kushano-Sasanian. Shapur I or Ardashir Merw-shah (240-260AD) Local issue of Marw/Merw AE drachm 2.6 g OBVERSE: King’s bust, derived from

Alchon Huns, AE unit, Ksatrapa Tarika, Type 25

$140
Alchon Huns. Ksatrapa Tarika (4th/5th c. AD) AE unit 0.90 g, 13.00 – 13.88 mm OBVERSE: Crowned bust with crescent at the

Central Asia, Soghd, AE cash, Urk Wartramuka

$155
Central Asia. Soghd. Ikhshids of Samarqand. Urk Wartramuka (~675-696 AD) Imitation of Chinese AE cash 4.75 g, 26.76 – 27.27 mm OBVERSE: Soghdian

Western Turk Dynasty, AR drachm, imitation of Kavadh I, Type 261A

Original price was: $399.Current price is: $299.
Western Turk Dynasties. Imitation of Sasanian issue of Kavadh I, 1st reign (488-496AD) AR drachm 4.12 g, 25.5 – 26.0

Kushans, AR obol, Heraios / Kujula Kadphises

$99
Kushans. Heraios / Kujala Kadphises (15-50 AD) AR obol 0.57 g OBVERSE: Bust right wearing diadem REVERSE: Soldier with spear.

Medieval Kashmir, AE stater, queen Didda Rani

$120
Didda (924–1003AD), also known as The Catherine of Kashmir and The Witch Queen, was the ruler of Kashmir from 980 CE to 1003