Nerosmyfavorite68 Posted August 10, 2022 · Member Share Posted August 10, 2022 This was the first time I purchased from David Connors, and what I heard was true. Everything arrived very quickly. He seems to specialize in budget coins, and certain genres have some pretty decent entries. The four purchases added up to about 100 bucks. I used to not collect these anonymous folles for the longest time. Virtually all of mine came from Allen Berman's junk box coins. I only collected emperors. No Caesars, wives, etc, unless it was something rare. I would like to find a huge Basil II Anonymous (A2?) someday. Anonymous Class C AE31 Follis. Attributed to Michael IV (more attractive in hand) Obv: Three quarter standing figure of Christ Antiphonetes, right hand raised, book of gospels in left. Rev: Jewelled cross, IC - XC / NI -KA in limbs. BCV 1825. 1034-1041 AD. 8.01g. Romanus III AE28 Follis Anonymous class B. Christ / Cross on steps Obv: Christ facing, holds book of gospels. Rev: Cross on 3 steps. Overstruck at least once. 1028-1034 AD. The throw-ins Romanus III AE27 Follis Anonymous class B. Christ / Cross on steps Obv: Christ facing, holds book of gospels. Rev: Cross on 3 steps. Overstruck at least once. 1028-1034 AD. Anonymous issue of Basil II & Constantine VIII AE31 Follis (the most decrepit of the lot). I got it because I wanted an A2 in this order. Obv: Bust of Christ Pantocrator facing, wearing dotted cross nimbus and with five pellets in the arms, right hand raised in blessing, left holding book of gospels. +EMMA-NOVHΛ/ IC X. Rev: + IҺSЧS / XRISTЧS / ЬASILЄЧ / ЬASILЄ ( Jesus Christ King of Kings); in four lines, floral decoration above and below. SB 1813. 976-1025 AD. 19.95g. Class A2. Constantinople. 15 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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