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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

Abbasid, AE fals, temp. Harun al-Rashid, Balkh, 170AH

$95
Abbasid Caliphate. Caliph Harun al-Rashid (170-193 AH/ 786-809 AD) Citing ‘Isa AE fals 3.20 g, 21.15 – 22.11 mm Balkh

Timurid, AR tanga, Timur with Mahmud Khan

$80
Timurid. Timur (Tamerlane) with Chagatayid Mahmud Khan (790-807 AH), citing Mahmud Khan during his lifetime AR tanga 5.66 g, 25.71

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)

Indo-Greek Kingdoms, AR fouree drachm, Hermaeus w. Calliope

$155
Indo-Greek Kingdoms. Antimachos II (160 – 155 BC) AR fouree drachm 2.01 g OBVERSE:  BAΣIΛEΩΣ ΣΩTHPOΣ EPMAIOY KAI KAΛΛIOΠHΣ, jugate

Western Turks, AR ½ drachm, Later Nezak, Type 270

$225
Western Turk Dynasties. Coin in the name of the Nezak, but struck during the time of the Western Turks (second

Bactrian Greeks / Seleucids, AR diobol, Sophytos

$199
Macedonians / Seleucids in Bactria.  Sophytos (246/5-235 BC) AR diobol, local standard 1.06 g, 10 – 11 mm Uncertain mint

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

Great Mongols, AE jital, temp. Chingiz Khan, Nimruz

$85
Great Mongols. Temp. Chingiz Khan (603-624AH / 1206-1227AD) AE jital 1.87 g, 13 – 17.5 mm Chingiz Khan cited as

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 AD) AE obol 0.38 g, 4.82 – 15.12 mm Unpublished type

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

Timurid, AR tanka, Zahir al-din Babur, Samarqand, countermarked

$250
Timurid. Zahir al-din Babur (903, 905-906 AH) 2nd reign at Samarqand, (905-906 AH) AR tanka, Samarqand, 906AH Countermark of Badi’

Western Turks, AE drachm, Nezak Malka, Kabulistan

$90
Western Turk Dynasties. “Nezak Malka” series (second half of VII c. AD) AE drachm OBVERSE: 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

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

YüehChi / Kushans, AR hemidrachm, local imitation

SOLD Early YüehChi/Kushans in Bactria (1st cent. BC) AE hemidrachm 0.94 g, 15.64 – 16.32 mm Local imitation of Sapalbizes

Alchon Huns, AE unit, Anonymous Clan Ruler, Type 37B

SOLD Alchon Huns. Anonymous Clan Ruler (4th/5th c. AD) AE unit 1.73 g, 13.38 – 14.73 mm Vondrovec Type 37B

Central Asia, Silk Road, AE bracteate of Hunnic style

SOLD Central Asia. Silk Road Cultures. Hunnic style AE bracteate 0.27 g, 17 mm Unique. Choice VF References: Z-327452 (this item)

Hunnic Tribes, AE unit, Alkhan Influence

SOLD Iranian Huns. Alkhan / Alchon Huns Gandharan series of Kashmir Smast  (4th/5th c. AD) AE unit 1.11 g, 12-13

Sasanians, AR drachm, Varhran / Bahram IV

SOLD Sasanian Kingdom. Varhran / Bahram IV (388-399AD) AR drachm 3.11 g Uncertain mint (probably HERAT in Western Afghanistan) OBVERSE: