Byzantine Empire - Hyperpyron Andronicus II Palaeologus, with Michael IX (AD 1282-1328). Constantinople mint. Struck AD 1303-1320 - Gold

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Byzantine Empire - Hyperpyron Andronicus II Palaeologus, with Michael IX (AD 1282-1328). Constantinople mint. Struck AD 1303-1320 - Gold
VF-EF

Andronicus II Palaeologus, with Michael IX (AD 1282-1328). AV Hyperpyron, Constantinople mint. Struck AD 1303-1320.
Obv: Half-length figure of the Virgin Mary, orans, within city walls with four towers; sigla: */K to left, */N to right.
Rev: Christ standing facing, crowning Andronicus and Michael kneeling to left and right, respectively.
Ref: DOC 262-365; PCPC 128, sigla 186; SB 2396.
3,38 gr., 21mm.

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Lot details
Country
Byzantine Empire
Currency
Hyperpyron
Year/Period and Variation
Andronicus II Palaeologus, with Michael IX (AD 1282-1328). Constantinople mint. Struck AD 1303-1320
Precious metals
Gold
Condition
VF-EF
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