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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 /

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

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

Western Turks, AR ½ drachm, Later Nezak, Type 271

SOLD Western Turk Dynasties. Coin in the name of the Nezak, but struck during the time of the Western Turks

Kushano-Sasanians, AE drachm, Shapur Shahinshah

SOLD Kushano-Sasanian. Shapur I, Sasanian Empror / Shahinshah (309 – 379AD) AE drachm Gandhara (Taxila) mint OBVERSE: Crowned bust right

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:

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

Bactrian Greeks, AR drachm, Heliokles I

SOLD Bactrian Kingdom. Heliokles I (145-130 BC) AR drachm 3.08 g OBVERSE: Diademed, helmeted and draped bust right REVERSE: Zeus

Turk Shahi Kings, AR drachm, Sandan, Type 244

SOLD Turk Shahi Kings of Kabul and Gandhara. Sandan. End of 7th / first half of 8th c. AD AR

Kushano-Sasanians, AE drachm, Peroz I Kushanshah

$99
Kushano-Sasanian. Peroz I Kushanshah (250 – 265AD) AE drachm OBVERSE: King standing left wearing triangular headdress REVERSE: Shiva facing, holding

Sasanians, AE unit, Varhran / Bahram II

SOLD Sasanian Kingdom. Varhran / Bahram II (276-293AD) AE unit 2.49 g, 13.5 – 14.0 mm OBVERSE: king’s bust right,

Sasanians, AR drachm, Valkash / Balash, LYW

SOLD Sasanian Kingdom. Valkash / Balash (484 – 488AD) AR drachm 3.10 g, 27 mm Mint LYW (Rev-Ardashir) OBVERSE: Bust

Bactrian Greeks, AR drachm, Eukratides I (175-145BC)

SOLD Indo-Greek Kingdoms. Eukratides I (175-145 BC) AR drachm 3.09 g, 18 – 20 mm Bilingual series Helmeted, diademed, and

Hephthalites, AR unit, Hun principality in N.Pakistan

SOLD Hunnic principality in North Pakistan. Anonymous. 1st half of the 7th c. AD AR unit (obol) 0.61 g OBVERSE:

Indo-Greek Kingdoms, AR drachm, Apollodotos I

SOLD Indo-Greek Kingdoms. Apollodotos I Soter (175-165 BC) AR drachm 2.38 g Bilingual series OBVERSE: Bactrian legend “Basilews Apollodotou Swtrs”. Elephant,

Sasanians, AR drachm, Varhran/Bahram I

SOLD Sasanian Kingdom. Varhran / Bahram I (273-276AD) AR drachm Uncertain mint (probably HERAT in Western Afghanistan) OBVERSE: Bust of

Sasanians, AR drachm, Varhran / Bahram IV, Herat

SOLD Sasanian Kingdom. Varhran / Bahram IV (388-399AD) AR drachm 3.68 g Mint HLYDY (Herat, in Western Afghanistan) Choice VF.

Bactrian Greeks, AR drachm, Heliokles I

SOLD Bactrian Kingdom. Heliokles I (145 – 130 BC) AR drachm 3.77 g  (Attic standard) Diademed, helmeted and draped bust

Alchon Huns, AR drachm, Javukha in Gandhara and Punjab

SOLD Alchon Huns. Javukha (2nd half of the 5th c. AD) AR drachm 3.26 g, 27 mm OBVERSE: Bust with

Sasanians, AR drachm, Valkash / Balash

SOLD Sasanian Kingdom. Valkash / Balash (484 – 488AD) AR drachm 3.90 g, 27 – 28 mm Mint ShY (Shiraz,

Indo-Greek Kingdoms, AR drachm, Menander I

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

Indo-Greek Kingdoms, AR drachm, Zoilos II

SOLD Indo-Greek Kingdoms. Zoilos II (55-35BC) AR drachm 2.19 g, 15.5 – 16 mm OBVERSE: Diademed bust of king right. Greek

Indo-Greek Kingdoms, AE unit, Eukratides I

SOLD Indo-Greek Kingdoms. Eukratides I (175-145 BC) AE hemiobol Bilingual series Helmeted, diademed, and draped bust right / The Dioskouroi