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EW45 - HUNGARY, Bela III (1172-1196 A.D.), ∆ Follis, Arabic type, 1.70g., 23mm, Pseudo-Arabic legends on both sides, (Husz.73), very fine, nice green brown patina. $75

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EW49 - HUNGARY, Bela III (1172-1196 A.D.), ∆ Follis, Arabic type, 1.35g., 23mm, Pseudo-Arabic legends on both sides, (Husz.73), good very fine, nice green brown patina. $95

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EW46 - HUNGARY, Bela III (1172-1196 A.D.), ∆ Follis, Arabic type, 1.30g., 23mm, Pseudo-Arabic legends on both sides, (Husz.73), very fine, nice green brown patina. $75

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EW40 - HUNGARY, Bela III (1172-1196 A.D.), ∆ Scyphate Follis, 3.70g., 27mm, two enthroned kings holding sceptres, rev., the Virgin and Child enthroned, (Husz.72), good extremely fine, nice green patina. $145

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EW44 - HUNGARY, Bela III (1172-1196 A.D.), Follis, Arabic type, 2.20g., 24mm, Pseudo-Arabic legends on both sides, (Husz.73), good very fine, nice green brown patina. $105

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EW42 - HUNGARY, Bela III (1172-1196 A.D.), ∆ Scyphate Follis, 2.91g., 27mm, two enthroned kings holding sceptres, rev., the Virgin and Child enthroned, (Husz.72), extremely fine, nice green patina. $125

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EW47 - HUNGARY, Bela III (1172-1196 A.D.), Follis, Arabic type, 1.19g., 24mm, Pseudo-Arabic legends on both sides, (Husz.73), good very fine, crease mark, nice green brown patina. $90

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EW39 - HUNGARY, Bela III (1172-1196 A.D.), ∆ Scyphate Follis, 2.00g., 27mm, two enthroned kings holding sceptres, rev., the Virgin and Child enthroned, (Husz.72), good extremely fine, nice green patina. $145

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EW50 - HUNGARY, Bela III (1172-1196 A.D.), Follis, Arabic type, 1.34g., 24mm, Pseudo-Arabic legends on both sides, (Husz.73), good very fine, nice green brown patina. $95 SOLD

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EW7 - BOHEMIA, Jan I (John the Blind of Luxembourg) (1310-1346), Silver Prague Groschen (Prager Groschen), 3.66g., 29mm, KutnŠ Hora mine and mint, 1300 onwards, a crown surrounded by tow concentric legnds, inner IOHANNES PRIMVS, outer DEI GRATIA REX BOEHME, rev., a lion rampant left, ++GROSSI:PRAGENSES* (Fiala 817; Saurma 396), very fine. $115

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EW5 - BOHEMIA, Vladislav Jagellonskż (Wladislaus II) (1471-1516), Silver Prague Groschen (Prager Groschen), 2.22g., 28mm, Kut Hora (Kuttenberg) mine and mint, a crown surrounded by tow concentric legnds, inner VLADISLAS SECVNDVS, outer DEI GRATIA REX BOEHME, rev., a lion rampant left, +GROSSI:PRAGENSES* (Saur 407), almost very fine. $85

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EW8 - BOHEMIA, Jan I (John the Blind of Luxembourg) (1310-1346), Silver Prague Groschen (Prager Groschen), 3.22g., 28mm, KutnŠ Hora mine and mint, 1300 onwards, a crown surrounded by tow concentric legnds, inner IOHANNES PRIMVS, outer DEI GRATIA REX BOEHME, rev., a lion rampant left, ++GROSSI:PRAGENSES* (Fiala 817; Saurma 396), very fine. $115

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EW9 - BOHEMIA, Jan I (John the Blind of Luxembourg) (1310-1346), Silver Prague Groschen (Prager Groschen), 3.69g., 28mm, KutnŠ Hora mine and mint, 1300 onwards, a crown surrounded by tow concentric legnds, inner IOHANNES PRIMVS, outer DEI GRATIA REX BOEHME, rev., a lion rampant left, ++GROSSI:PRAGENSES* (Fiala 817; Saurma 396), very fine. $125 SOLD

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EW4 - BOHEMIA, Vladislav Jagellonskż (Wladislaus II) (1471-1516), Silver Prague Groschen (Prager Groschen), 2.56g., 28mm, Kut Hora (Kuttenberg) mine and mint, a crown surrounded by tow concentric legnds, inner VLADISLAS SECVNDVS, outer DEI GRATIA REX BOEHME, rev., a lion rampant left, +GROSSI:PRAGENSES* (Saur 407), almost very fine. $85 SOLD

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EW11 - BOHEMIA, Vladislav Jagellons (Wladislaus II) (1471-1516), Silver Prague Groschen (Prager Groschen), 2.48g., 32mm, Kut Hora (Kuttenberg) mine and mint, a crown surrounded by tow concentric legnds, inner VLADISLAS SECVNDVS, outer DEI GRATIA REX BOEHME, rev., a lion rampant left, +GROSSI:PRAGENSES* (Saur 407), very fine. $95

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EW6 - BOHEMIA, Jan I (John the Blind of Luxembourg) (1310-1346), Silver Prague Groschen (Prager Groschen), 3.64g., 29mm, KutnŠ Hora mine and mint, 1300 onwards, a crown surrounded by tow concentric legnds, inner IOHANNES PRIMVS, outer DEI GRATIA REX BOEHME, rev., a lion rampant left, ++GROSSI:PRAGENSES* (Fiala 817; Saurma 396), very fine. $105

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EW41 - HUNGARY, Bela III (1172-1196 A.D.), ∆ Scyphate Follis, 2.42g., 27mm, two enthroned kings holding sceptres, rev., the Virgin and Child enthroned, (Husz.72),  good extremely fine, nice green patina. $145

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EW43 - HUNGARY, Bela III (1172-1196 A.D.), ∆ Scyphate Follis, 3.29g., 26mm, two enthroned kings holding sceptres, rev., the Virgin and Child enthroned, (Husz.72),  good extremely fine, nice green patina. $145

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EW38 - HUNGARY, Bela III (1172-1196 A.D.), Scyphate Follis, 2.86g., 27mm, two enthroned kings holding sceptres, rev., the Virgin and Child enthroned, (Husz.72), good extremely fine, nice green patina. $145 SOLD

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EW52 - HUNGARY, Bela III (1172-1196 A.D.), ∆ Follis, Arabic type, 2.20g., 24mm, Pseudo-Arabic legends on both sides, (Husz.73),  good very fine, nice green brown patina. $105

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EW48 - HUNGARY, Bela III (1172-1196 A.D.), ∆ Follis, Arabic type, 1.22g., 23mm, Pseudo-Arabic legends on both sides, (Husz.73),  good very fine, nice green brown patina. $105

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EW10 - BOHEMIA, Jan I (John the Blind of Luxembourg) (1310-1346), Silver Prague Groschen (Prager Groschen), 3.41g., 29mm, KutnŠ Hora mine and mint, 1300 onwards, a crown surrounded by tow concentric legnds, inner IOHANNES PRIMVS, outer DEI GRATIA REX BOEHME, rev., a lion rampant left, ++GROSSI:PRAGENSES* (Fiala 817; Saurma 396), very fine. $115 SOLD

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ME630 - HUNGARY, Bela III (1172-1196 A.D.), ∆ Scyphate Follis, 2.65g., two enthroned kings holding sceptres, rev., the Virgin and Child enthroned, (Husz.72),  very fine. $95

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ME724 - Russia, Michael Feodorovich (1613-1645) Silver Kopeck, 0.24g., 10mm, fine. $30