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Bactrian Greeks, AE dichalkon, Diodotos II Theos

$280
Bactrian Greeks. Diodotos II Theos (246-235 BC) AE dichalkon 10.11 g, 21.14 – 22.87 mm Aรฏ Khanoum mint OBVERSE:ย  Laureate

Abbasid Revolution, AE fals, ‘Sulayman b. ‘Abd Allah, Sijistan

$125
Abbasid Revolution. Sulayman b. ‘Abd Allah (755-757 AD) AE fals 2.61 g, 19 – 21.5 mm Struck in Sijistan, but

Sasanians, AR drachm, Shapur II

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

Bactrian Greeks / Seleucids, AR diobol, local series

$399
Macedonians / Seleucids in Bactria (330-140 BC) AR diobol, local standard 0.98 g, 10 mm Uncertain mint in the Oxus

Islamic AV bracteate. Temp. Mongol conquest of Central Asia

$365
Unearthed in a small hoard of Great Mongol’s anonymous AV dinars of Bukhara mint. Produced during Great Mongol conquest of

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

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

Western Turks, AE drachm, Nezak Malka, Kabulistan

$90
Western Turk Dynasties. โ€œNezak Malkaโ€ series (second half of VII c. AD) AE drachm OBVERSE:ย Bust with winged bull’s head crown

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

Bactrian Greeks, AE unit, Eukratides I

$150
Bactrian Greeks. Eukratides I (175-145 BC) AE square unit. Indian standard 9.31 g, 22 x 24 mm OBVERSE: Diademed, draped,

Indo-Greek Kingdoms, AE tetradrachm, Hermaios Soter

$145
BAKTRIA. Indo-Greek Kingdom. Hermaios Soter (105-90 BC) AE tetradrachm 23 mm, 8.87 g Posthumous issue struck by Indo-Skythians , circa

Great Mongols, BI jital, anonymous, Kurraman mint

$160
Great Mongols. Great Khans. Anonymous. 1220s-1250s AD BI jital (3.05 g) Kurraman mint OBVERSE: Persian word “panji” which means “fifth”

Western Turks, AE unit, Turk Shahi, Type 331B

$180
Iranian Huns. Western Turk Dynasties. Turk Shahi Kings of Kabul and Gandhara (650 to early 9th c. CE) AE unit