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Switzerland, 1737 AD., Appenzell-Innerrhoden, 1/2 Kreuzer, KM 22.

Switzerland, 1737 AD., Appenzell-Innerrhoden, 1/2 Kreuzer, KM 22.

Switzerland, Appenzell-Innerrhoden, Appenzell or Sarnen mint, 1737 AD., 1/2 Kreuzer (ø 13-14 mm / 0,33 g), billon, axes medal alignment ↑↑ (0°), Obv.: 17 - 37 / 1/2 , value in oval frame dividing date at top, two shields below showing double eagle (left) and bear (r.) - Zwei schräg aneinandergestellte spanische Wappenschildchen, links mit Do
Kingdom of Sicily, 1258-1262 AD., Manfredi, Messina mint, Denaro, Spahr 211.

Kingdom of Sicily, 1258-1262 AD., Manfredi, Messina mint, Denaro, Spahr 211.

Kingdom of Sicily, Manfredi (1258-1266), Messina mint, struck ca. 1258-1262 AD., Denaro (ø 11-15 mm / 0,69 g), billon, axes irregular alignment ↑↘ (ca. 120°), Obv.: + MΛ[YNFR] / T , legend around stylized T within circle, three dots in fields - nel campo, Tau stilizzata fra tre globetti. Rev.: [ + . SIC]ILIE . / + , cross pattée within circ
Constans Caesar, 335-336 AD., Siscia mint, Follis, RIC 255.

Constans Caesar, 335-336 AD., Siscia mint, Follis, RIC 255.

Constans Caesar, Siscia mint, officina 4, 335-336 AD., Follis (ø 15-17 mm / 1,33 g), bronze, axes about coin alignment ↑↓ (ca. 200°), Obv.: FL CONSTANTIS BEA C , his laureate, draped, and cuirassed bust facing right - buste lauré, drapé et cuirassé à droite. Rev.: GLOR - IA EXERC -ITVS / Δ SIS , two soldiers, helmeted, looking at one ano
Hall in Tyrol, 1619 AD., Archduke Leopold V, Hall mint, ¼ Kreuzer, MzA. p. 106.

Hall in Tyrol, 1619 AD., Archduke Leopold V, Hall mint, ¼ Kreuzer, MzA. p. 106.

Tyrol, Archduke Leopold V (1618-1632 AD.), Hall mint, no daste (struck 1619 AD.), Quadrans / ¼ Kreuzer ("Vierer") (ø 13,5 mm / 0,32 g), billon, axes medal alignment ↑↑ (ca. 0°), Obv.: + QVADRANS NOVUS TYRO , Quadrans novus Tyro(lis), "Neuer Tiroler Vierer - new quarter Kreuzer of Tirol", eagle. Rev.: + PIETAS AD OM UTILIS , Pietas ad om(nia)
Constans, 337-340 AD., Siscia mint, Follis, RIC 99.

Constans, 337-340 AD., Siscia mint, Follis, RIC 99.

Constans, Siscia mint, officina 3, 337-340 AD., Follis (ø 16 mm / 2,04 g), bronze, axes about coin alignment ↑↓ (ca. 210°), Obv.: CONSTAN - S P F AVG , his diademed (rosettes), draped, and cuirassed bust facing right - son buste diadémé (rosettes), drapé et cuirassé à droite. Rev.: [GL]OR - IA EXERC -ITVS / Γ SIS (dot in crescent) , two
Augustus, 15-10 BC., Lugdunum mint, As, RIC 230 var.

Augustus, 15-10 BC., Lugdunum mint, As, RIC 230 var.

Augustus, Lugdunum mint (Lyon), 15-10 BC., countermarked during reign of Claudius, As (ø 24-26 mm / 8,07 g), copper, axes about coin alignment ↑↓ (ca. 160°), Obv.: CAESAR - PONT MAX , laureate head of Augustus right. Rev.: ROM [ET] AVG , front elevation of the Roma-Augustus-Altar of Lugdunum, decorated with the corona civica between laurels,
Aelia Flacilla, 378-383 AD., Antiochia mint, RIC 54.

Aelia Flacilla, 378-383 AD., Antiochia mint, RIC 54.

Aelia Flacilla, Antiochia mint (?), officina 5, 378-383 AD., Æ4 (ø 11-12 mm / 1,14 g), bronze, axes acoin alignment ↑↓ (ca. 180°), Obv.: AEL FLAC - [CILLA AV]G , her draped bust with elaborate headdress, necklace and mantle facing right - buste diadémé et drapé à droite. Rev.: [SALVS REI] - PVBLICAE / [AN]T Є , Victory seated right, ins
Side in Pamphylia, 193-211 AD., Septimius Severus, Æ18, SNG Pfalz 686.

Side in Pamphylia, 193-211 AD., Septimius Severus, Æ18, SNG Pfalz 686.

Side in Pamphylia, Septimius Severus, 193-211 AD., Æ18 (ø 16-18 mm / 3,87 g), bronze, axes coin alignment ↑↓ (ca. 180°), Obv.: [AY]T K Λ C CЄOYH - PO[C ΠЄPTI] , his laureate bust facing right. Rev.: CIΔ - H[TΩ] , Athena advancing left, holding spear, pomegranate and shield, snake before. 4 pieces in Isegrim database: SNG Pfalz 4, 686 ;
Trajan, 103-111 AD., Rome mint, As, RIC 562.

Trajan, 103-111 AD., Rome mint, As, RIC 562.

Trajan, Rome mint, 103-111 AD., As (ø 26-27 mm / 10,74 g), copper, axes about coin alignment ↑↓ (ca. 190°), encrustations, Obv.: IMP CAES NERVAE TRA[IANO] AVG GER DA[C P M TR P] COS V P P , his laureate bust right, aegis on left shoulder. Rev.: [S P Q R OPTIMO PRI]NCIPI / S C , Dacia seated left on pile of arms, mourning; before her, trophy.
Constans, 337-341 AD., Antiochia mint, Follis, RIC 47.

Constans, 337-341 AD., Antiochia mint, Follis, RIC 47.

Constans, Antiochia mint, officina 9, 337-341 AD., Follis (ø 15 mm / 1,32 g), bronze, axes about coin alignment ↑↓ (ca. 170°), Obv.: CONST - ANS AVG , his laureate, draped, and cuirassed bust facing right. (RIC legend Cn17, bust D2) - buste lauré, drapé et cuirassé à droite. Rev.: GLOR - IA EXERC -ITVS / S M AN Θ , two soldiers, helmeted