Five Ancient Byzantine Bronze Coins
Five Ancient Byzantine Bronze Coins. Lot includes a half follis coin of Justin II (ca. 570 A.D.), a one-nummus coin of Herclius (ca. 613 A.D.), a Syracuse follis of Constantine V (ca. 750 A.D.), a tetarteron coin of Alexius I (ca. 1100), and a broken trachy coin of Andronicus II (ca. 1300). Metal Content: bronze. Coins are circulated and conditions vary.
|Coin Class||Ancient Coin|
|Number of Coins||5|
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