Ancient Byzantine Coin

616-625 AD Heraclius Gold Solidus, Error Coin, Sear 738 CGS 40

616-625 AD Heraclius Gold Solidus, Error Coin, Sear 738 CGS 40
616-625 AD Heraclius Gold Solidus, Error Coin, Sear 738 CGS 40
616-625 AD Heraclius Gold Solidus, Error Coin, Sear 738 CGS 40
616-625 AD Heraclius Gold Solidus, Error Coin, Sear 738 CGS 40
616-625 AD Heraclius Gold Solidus, Error Coin, Sear 738 CGS 40

616-625 AD Heraclius Gold Solidus, Error Coin, Sear 738 CGS 40

616-625 AD Heraclius Gold Solidus, Error Coin, Sear 738 CGS 40. Heraclius, Emperor of the Byzantine (Eastern Roman) Empire, reorganized the Byzantine imperial administration and the imperial armies and strengthened the Empire in the process.

During his reign, pivotal changes took place in the Balkans and the Middle East. At about the age of 35, Heraclius was sent to Constantinople by his father, the governor of the Roman province of Africa, to deal with the crisis precipitated by the incompetent emperor Phocas. Upon his arrival he deposed Phocas, thus inheriting an Empire in shambles.

Over the next two decades, Heraclius succeeded in driving out the Slavs, Persians, and Turkic Avars that had occupied Byzantine territory. His brilliance on the battlefield was matched by political shrewdness.

Although his notable personal devotion to Christianity helped his reputation, his attempts to heal the divisions among Christian sects failed. In 634, Muslim Arabs swept into Syria, and Heraclius, too weary from years of fighting, did not take personal command of the military.

The Byzantines were defeated, and both Syria and Egypt fell to Arab forces. Heraclius died a few years later. 610-641 AD Heraclius Gold Solidus LCGS 40. Obverse: Constantinople, facing busts of Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine. Reverse: Cross on steps, officina i, after officina letter, 4.38g.

Graded AEF by DNW auctions. Error Coin, reverse way off axis as pictured below.

LCGS rigorously checks the authenticity and they will not encapsulate any coins if they have any doubt as to its authenticity, so buyers of coins encapsulated by LCGS can rest assured that a professional third party company has authenticated the coin and graded it. Hence a LCGS encapsulated coin could be be a safer investment than a raw uncertified coin. Check out my investment coins in my shop. 527 AD EF justinian I Gold Solidius CGS 60. 582 AD EF Maurice Tiberius Solidus Sear 477.

582-602 AD VF Maurice Tiberius Gold Tremissis CGS 40. 616-625 AD AEF Heraclius Gold Solidus CGS 55. 616-625 AD EF Heraclius Gold Solidus CGS 60. 668 AD to 685 AD Constantine IV Gold Solidus Byzantine CGS 45.

The item "616-625 AD Heraclius Gold Solidus, Error Coin, Sear 738 CGS 40" is in sale since Sunday, June 9, 2019. This item is in the category "Coins\Coins\Ancient\Byzantine".

The seller is "goldguineas" and is located in Devon. This item can be shipped worldwide.

  • Provenance: Ex-DNW Auction 14/11/2018 Lot 1438
  • Metal: Gold


616-625 AD Heraclius Gold Solidus, Error Coin, Sear 738 CGS 40