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Justinian II
Justinian II (First Reign)

Justinian II

685-695 (First Reign)

AU Solidus


SB 1243, DOC II 2 Solidus Obv: IUSTINIANUSPPAVG - Crowned beardless bust facing, holding globus cruciger.
Rev: VICTORIAAVGU Exe: CONOB - Cross potent on three steps. 686-687 (Constantinople).


SB 1246, DOC II 5, MIB III 6 Solidus Obv: ISTINANSPAV - Crowned facing bust, holding globus cruciger.
Rev: VICTORIAAV Exe: CONOB - Cross potent on three steps. 687-692 (Constantinople).


SB 1247, DOC II 6 Solidus Obv: ISTINANSPAV - Crowned facing bust, holding globus cruciger.
Rev: VICTORIAAV Exe: CONOB - Cross potent on three steps. 687-692 (Constantinople). $325 5/22/02.


SB 1248, DOC II 7 Solidus Obv: IhSCRISTDSREXREGNANTIUM - Facing bust of Christ, holding Gospels.
DIVSTINIANUSSERUCHRISTIS - Justinian II standing facing, holding cross potent on steps and akakia. 692-695 (Constantinople).


SB 1248, DOC II 7g.1, Hahn 8a Solidus Obv: IhSCRISTDSREXREGNANTIUM - Facing bust of Christ, holding Gospels.
DIVSTINIANUSSERUCHRISTI–ě—Ď - Justinian II standing facing, holding cross potent on steps and akakia. 692-695 (Constantinople).


SB 1249, DOC II 8 Solidus Obv: IhSCRISTDSREXREGNANTIUM - Facing bust of Christ, holding Gospels.
Rev: DIVSTINIANUSSERUCHRISTI - Justinian standing, crowned and wearing loros, holding cross potent on steps and akakia. 692-695 (Constantinople).


SB 1276, MIB III 18a Solidus Obv: IYSTINIANVSPPA - Crowned facing bust, holding globus cruciger.
Rev: VICTONTAVGY(indictional year mark) Exe: CONOB - Cross potent on three steps. c.691-692 (Carthage).


SB 1281, DOC II 41 Solidus Obv: ISINIANUSPP - Crowned facing bust, holding globus cruciger.
Rev: VICTORIAAV Exe: CONOB - Cross potent on three steps. (Syracuse).


SB 1311 Solidus Obv: DNISINIANSPPAV - Crowned facing bust, holding globus cruciger.
Rev: VICTORIVSS Exe: CONOB - Cross potent on three steps. 685-695 (Italy).

AU Semissis


SB 1252, DOC II 10 Semissis Obv: IhSCRISTDSREXREGNANTIUM - Facing bust of Christ, holding Gospels.
Rev: DIVSTINIANUSSERUCHRISTI - Justinian standing, crowned and wearing loros, holding cross potent on globe and akakia. 692-695 (Constantinople).

AU Tremissis


SB 1255, DOC II 13 AU Tremissis Obv: ISTINANSPAV - Crowned facing bust, holding globus cruciger.
Rev: VICTORIAAV Exe: CONOB - Cross potent on base. 687-692 (Constantinople). $375 5/22/02.

AR Hexagram


SB 1259, DOC II 17, MIB III 40 Hexagram Obv: Jesus Christ facing bust, raising hand and holding Gospels; cross behind.
Rev: Justinian II standing, facing, holding cross potent on two steps and akakia. 692-695 (Constantinople).

AE Follis


SB 1260 AE Follis Obv: Crowned facing bust in military dress, holding globus cruciger.
Rev: Large M Exe: /CON - Cross above, regnal date to right and ANNO to left. (Constantinople).


SB 1298, DOC II 58, MIB 66 AE Follis Obv: Justinian standing facing, wearing crown and chlamys, holding globus cruciger.
Rev: Large M Exe: SCL - Monogram above M. c686 (Syracuse).


SB 1301, DOC II 61, MIB III 71 AE Follis Obv: Justinian II standing, facing, holding spear and cross on globe.
Rev: Large M Exe: SCL - Monogram above M, C/VP/A to left and K/OV/CI to right. 685-695 (Syracuse).


SB 1302, DOC II 62 AE Follis Obv: Justinian II standing, facing, holding spear and cross on globe.
Rev: Large M Exe: SCL - Monogram above M. 692-695 (Syracuse). $132 11/10/04.


SB 1310, DOC II 72, MIB 78 AE Follis Obv: Justinian crowned facing bust, holding cross on globe.
Rev: Large M Exe: RAV - Cross above M. c.686 (Ravenna).

AE Three-Quarter Follis


SB 1309, DOC II 69, MIB III AE Three-Quarter Follis Crowned facing bust, holding globus cruciger.
Rev: XXX Exe: ROM (Rome). $400 9/25/02.



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