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Item:1742274584670 0 1 71 409 Μονὴ Λεκατσᾶ 3 1 479 14.0 Normal 0 false false false EN-US JA X-NONE Justinian I (527-565) bronze follis, dated AD 539/40. The largest byzantine coin ever struck! Obv.: Helmeted, cuirassed bust of Justinian I facing, holding cross on globe in its right hand and shield in its left hand; cross to right in the field/ D N IVSTINIANVS P P AVG = D(ominus) N(oster) IVSTINIANVS P(ater) P(atriae) AVG(ustus) ("Our Lord Justinian, Father of the Fatherhood, August"), all within wreath border.Rev.: Value center, cross above, regnal year to right, officina letter below, mintmark in exergue/+ large M, ΑΝΝΟ-ΧΙΙΙ, Γ officina, CON (Constantintopolis mint), all within wreath border. Diam.: 42 mm Condition: Some oxidations, otherwise about Very Fine. Uncleaned with nice natural patina. A 100% genuine piece, acquired in European Auction. IMPORTANT NOTIFICATION CONCERNING SHIPPING AND SHIPPING COSTSDear customers, According to newer revision of shipping possibilities by Cyprus Post, it's now possible to ship by registered post (cost $8) to the following countries: USA, Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Denmark, Switzerland, Greece, Ireland, Spain, Italy, Luxemburg, United Kingdom, Norway, Hungary, Ukraine, Poland, Portugal, Sweeden, Chech Republic and Finland. For the rest countries, the only possible way for time being is by DHL courier (cost $30). We wish to everybody good health and every blessing, awaiting better situations with the help of the Lord!All the best to you, CHARMONAS PLEASE NOTE: PAYMENT BY PAYPAL ONLY, AFTER 3-5 DAYS THE AUCTION HAS ENDED, OTHERWISE THE ITEM WILL BE RELISTED. SHIPPING AFTER PAYMENT CLEARING BY REGISTERED MAIL WITH TRACKING NO. MANY THANKS FOR LOOKING MY ITEM. PLEASE HAVE ALSO A LOOK ON THE REST I HAVE ON EBAY.Condition:Condition: Some oxidations, otherwise about Very Fine. Uncleaned with nice natural patina. A 100% genuine piece., Cleaned/Uncleaned:Uncleaned, Grade:VF
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Justinian I (527-565) bronze follis, dated AD539/40.Largest byzantine coin ever!