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#130375 ND (ca 1050), Cu imitation of Byzantine meliaresion, 1/2 fraction 1.0 g, Ø 22mm, dark olive green patina, VF. It is paired together with its prototype miliaresion of Basil II and Constantine (976-1025), 2.41g Sear 1810
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$2,200.00
#130377 ND (ca 1050), Cu imitation of Byzantine meliaresion, F, 0.9 g, Ø 20mm, dark olive green patina, due to typically weak strike. It is paired together with its prototype miliaresion of Basil II and Constantine (976-1025), 2.16g Bas 7 and Sear 1810
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$1,700.00
#130378 ND (ca 1050), Cu imitation of Byzantine meliaresion, F-VF, 1.3 g, Ø 22mm, light milk chocolate brown color. 2 holes due to thin planchet and 2 typical holes for stringing coins: one round and one triangular, it is paired together with its prototype miliaresion of Basil II and Constantine (976-1025), 2.28g Bas 10 and Sear 1810
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$1,700.00
#130379 ND (ca 1050), billon imitation of Byzantine meliaresion, F-VF, despite dark olive green patina, this coin tested as billon, so at the time of issue it was traded as a silver denomination, 0.9 g, Ø 22mm, it is paired together with its prototype miliaresion of Basil II and Constantine (976-1025), 2.65g Bas 11 and Sear 1810
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#170456 ND ca 1050, Cu imitation of Byzantine meliaresion, dark olive green patina with a single hole for stringing coins, 1.7 g, 22mm VF, it is paired together with its prototype meliaresion of Basil II and Constantine (976-1025), 2.48g Bas 13 and S 1810
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$1,900.00
#170457 ND ca 1050, billon imitation of Byzantine meliaresion, 1.7 g, 21mm, porous from cleaning, F-VF. It is paired together with its prototype meliaresion of Basil II and Constantine (976-1025), 2.76g Bas 21 and S 1810
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$2,700.00
#130383 ND (ca 1050), Cu imitation of Byzantine meliaresion, the article of Imperial wardrobe use for classification are struck weakly and do not allow specific attribution, 1.3 g, Ø 21mm, F. It is paired together with its prototype miliaresion of Basil II and Constantine (976-1025), Sear 1810, 2.32g
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$1,200.00

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