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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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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,

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

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, hunnic AE imitations of Byzantine style

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

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

Alchon Huns, AE unit, Ksatrapa Tarika, Type 25

$140
Alchon Huns. Ksatrapa Tarika (4th/5th c. AD) AE unit 0.90 g, 13.00 – 13.88 mm OBVERSE: Crowned bust with crescent at the

Central Asia, Soghd, AE cash, Urk Wartramuka

$155
Central Asia. Soghd. Ikhshids of Samarqand. Urk Wartramuka (~675-696 AD) Imitation of Chinese AE cash 4.75 g, 26.76 – 27.27 mm OBVERSE: Soghdian

Western Turk Dynasty, AR drachm, imitation of Kavadh I, Type 261A

$399
Western Turk Dynasties. Imitation of Sasanian issue of Kavadh I, 1st reign (488-496AD) AR drachm 4.12 g, 25.5 – 26.0

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

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

Western Turks, BI drachm, Later Nezak, Type 200

$145
Western Turk Dynasties. Coin in the name of the Nezaks, but struck during the time of the Western Turks (second half

Hunnic Tribes, AR drachm, Tobazini / Goboziko

$155
Hephthalites in Bactria. “Tobazini” / “Goboziko” (first half of V c. AD)  AR drachm 3.26 g OBVERSE: Crowned bust after

Alchon Huns, AE unit/stater, Mihirakula, 515-542AD

SOLD Alchon Huns. Mihirakula (515-542AD) in Kashmir AE unit/stater 7.95 g, 28 – 28.5 mm OBVERSE: Kushan-style king standing sacrificing

Western Turks, AE drachm, Alkhan-Nezak, Type 227

SOLD Nezak and Western Turk Dynasties. Alkhan-Nezak crossover type (second half of VI c. AD) AE drachm 4.03 g, 18.5

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