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Indo-Greek Kingdoms, AR drachm, Apollodotos I Soter

$180
Indo-Greek Kingdoms. Apollodotos I Soter (175-165 BC) AR drachm 2.40 g Bilingual series OBVERSE: Bactrian legend “Basilews Apollodotou Swtrs /

Central Asia / Silk Road, AR bracteate/plaque in Hunnic style

$499
Central Asia / Silk Road. AR bracteate/plaque in Hunnic style. 5th – 8th cent. AD 1.05 g, 22.42 – 23.32

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

Central Asia / Silk Road, hunnic AE bractete of Byzantine style

$299
Central Asia / Silk Road. Hunnic copper bracteate of Byzantine style Prototype – Byzantine AV solidus of emperor Heraclius, with

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 AD) AE obol 0.38 g, 4.82 – 15.12 mm Unpublished type

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

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

Central Asia / Silk Road, hunnic AE imitations of Byzantine style

SOLD Central Asia / Silk Road. Hunnic copper imitation of Byzantine style Prototype – Byzantine AV solidus of emperor Heraclius,

Central Asia / Silk Road, AV bracteate, imitations of Byzantine style

SOLD Central Asia / Silk Road. Hunnic gold imitation of Byzantine style AV imitation of Byzantine gold solidus of emperor

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

Central Asia / Silk Road, hunnic AE imitations of Byzantine style

SOLD Central Asia / Silk Road. Hunnic copper imitation of Byzantine style Prototype – Byzantine AV solidus of emperor Constans

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

Indo-Greek Kingdoms, AR drachm, Menander I

SOLD Indo-Greek Kingdoms. Menander I (165-135 BC) AR drachm OBVERSE: Diademed, bare-headed bust of king right, discontinuous Greek legend around

Alchon Huns, AR obol, “Shao Alkhano”, Type 67A

SOLD Alchon Huns. Anonymous Alkhan Ruler “Shao Alkhano” (end of 5 cent. AD) AR obol 0.21 g, 13.0-14.5 mm Vondrovec

Alchon Huns, AE unit, Uncertain king, Type 48

SOLD Alchon Huns. Anonymous Uncertain king (mid 5 cent. AD) AE unit 0.99 g Vondrovec Type 48 Choice VF. RARE

Alchon Huns, AR drachm, Khingila, Type 60

SOLD Alchon Huns. Khingila (440-490AD) AR drachm 3.25 g, 30 – 31 mm Vondrovec Type 60 Minor repairs under the bust. Choice

Central Asia, Silk Road, AE bracteate of Hunnic style

SOLD Silk Road Cultures. Hunnic style AE bracteate ♦Please, note that our prices are ALL-INCLUSIVE. No additional fees (such as

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.

Indo-Greek Kingdoms, Cu-Ni chalkon, Agathokles

SOLD Indo-Greek Kingdoms. Agathokles (185-170BC) Cu-Ni chalkon or unit 7.66 g, 22.5 – 23 mm OBVERSE: Laureate head of Dionysos,

Indo-Greek Kingdoms, AE unit, Philoxenos, 125-110BC

SOLD Indo-Greek Kingdoms. Philoxenos (125-110BC) AE quadruple unit Uncertain mint in Paropamisadai or Gandhara OBVERSE: BAΣIΛEΩΣ – ANIKHTOΥ – ΦIΛOΞENOΥ,

Indo-Greek Kingdoms, AE unit, Menander I, RARE

SOLD Indo-Greek Kingdoms. Menander I (165-135BC) AE quadruple unit 10.17 mm, 18 x 18 mm OBVERSE:  Elephant standing right REVERSE: Ankus

YüehChi / Kushans, AE drachm, Heliokles’ imitation

$125
YüehChi / Early Kushans. Posthumous issue of Heliokles I (145-130 BC) AE drachm 3.76 g, 20 – 21 mm OBVERSE:

Hunnic Tribes, countermarked AR drachm of Khusru II, tamga “Göbl 56”

SOLD Countermarked issue of Sasanian ruler Khusru II (590-628AD) Hunnic / Post-Sasanian principalities in Khorasan Countermarked with tamga “Göbl 56”