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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

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

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

Central Asia / Silk Road, AV bracteate in nomadic style

Central Asia / Silk Road. AV bracteate in nomadic style. 3rd – 4th cent. AD 0.93 g, 16.80 – 17.58

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

SOLD Central Asia / Silk Road. Hunnic gold imitation of Byzantine style. 6th – 7th cent. AD AV imitation of

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

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

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

Sasanians, AR drachm, Kavadh I, ZLNG, contemporary imitation

SOLD Sasanians. Kavadh I, 1st reign (488-496AD). Contemporary Hunnic imitation AR drachm 3.60 g, 26 – 27.5 mm Mint Zaranj (in

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

ُSOLD Central Asia / Silk Road. Hunnic gold imitations of Byzantine style Such thin gold bracteates are said to be