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About cristoph

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  1. I don't have a catalogue for Czech coins, but I have search and I think your coins is from period of Husite wars from Bohemia 1419-1430. This kind of coins, heller, was first introduced by king Wanceslav IV wich reign until 1419. I have find some of those coins on vcoins: http://search2.vcoins.com/results.aspx?sui...98-7dd7498a449d http://www.medievalcoinage.com/gallery/bohemia.htm
  2. It's a medal from Russia. You can see the monogram of Catherina II of Russia.
  3. A= Japan 10 yen B= C= D= Pakistan E= F= Japan 1 yen G= Liban 5 piastres 1960 H= Taiwan I= China 5 fen J= Algeria 20 K= Taiwan L= Japan 1 yen M= Bangladesh N= O= I don't think it's a coin, maybe a phone jeton ??? P= Japan 10 yen
  4. The second coin is a China 1900-1920 cash coin.
  5. I think it is a french coins. On the face you can read: +TURONUS CIVIS, the coin was mint in city of Tours (France). On the revers you can read in the center: +ROBERTUS DUX. You can find heare some others coins like yours but issued by others kings. http://www.coinarchives.com/w/results.php?...amp;results=100 I don't know more about french medieval coins.
  6. I think those are Poland or Sweden medieval coins - solidus / shiling. The first I think is mint in Riga ( Livonia).
  7. Sorry but I can't help you. I don't know the dimension for those coins. Any why all 3 are from same type and I think are 3 solidi coins, the solidus coin should be smaller. You cand find them on Krause 1700-1800 at number km 147.1 and km 147.2. I have check other 2 polish catalogue but they don't give dimension for those coins; only pictures with them. If I find others informations I'll post heare.
  8. You can find heare some information about the Ragusa coins. http://www.roth37.it/COINS/Ragusa/monetazione.html The coin post but DJB is an older coin issued betwen XIII-XVI centuries and your coin was issued betwen XVII-XVIII centuries.
  9. Legend: AUGUSTUS III REX POL / EL SAX "year" coin denomination solidi issued year: 1749-1752 coin denomination 3 solidi year: 1752-1758
  10. It's a coin from Ragusa (Croatia) Legend like: . SALVS .-. TVTA . Christ, nimbate, standing facing, right hand raised in benediction, globus cruciger in left, surrounded by 19 stars . S . BLASIVS-RAGVSII Saint Blaze standing facing, right hand raised in benediction, crozier in left, "year" across fields
  11. The indentification is corect. First 2 coins are from Sweden GUSTAV II ADOLF (1611 - 1632) solidus / shiling and the third is Sweden CHRISTINA (1622 - 1654) solidus / shiling. There are many fake coins issued in the same period in Moldavia by Istrate Dabija and also in Poland and others European countries. Heare you can find some of the coins that are mint in Suceava ( Moldavia ): http://monederomanesti.cimec.ro/falsuri.htm The Moldavian coins have wrong legend write on the faces of coin,two part from different coin on same face or one side from one ruler and the other part from other.
  12. I need help to identify this coin from Armenia? I want to have a corect identification of the Armenien ruler that have isued this coins. I think it's a Hetoum II seated kardez. It is a AE and have 22 mm.
  13. I have begin to identify myself some coins after your indication on zeno.ru, please give a little help with a good identification if is possible. I make the identification after the image and not reading the legend on them. I have look at the Umayyad Caliphate coins number 14 and 9 from my website, like coin numerul 9 I have founded some coins but I can't deceide wich of them it's. I think moneda 4 is a Umayyad coins also. Can you tell me if that is the legend on moneda 9? Obv: There is no God but Allah Rev. Muhammad is the Prophet of Allah
  14. You can search heare. I think you'll find some coins from medieval period. http://www.zeno.ru/showgallery.php?cat=2690 From the Golden Horde period you can find heare the coins issued on the local mint. http://www.hordecoins.folgat.net/e_horde.htm Also there was some coins minted by the Genoese comunities from Caffa. Search if that wasn't any coins issued on the Polish-Lithuanian period in local mint in Ukraine.
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