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 Posted 10/31/2018  3:25 pm  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add EddieDiz to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
There are many I don't own. There are so many types and varieties. It's going to take some time. It was the original how far back can we go that got me started on this.
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 Posted 11/29/2018  2:22 pm  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add EddieDiz to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
The first three are more sigla varieties of 1131-41 Hungarian Denars under King Bela II;Huszar 102,Unger 53.

1. Three crosses spaced between 3:00 and 6:00.




2. One small wedge at 1:00 and 2 small wedges at 2:30.





3. Two perpendicular lines at 2:30 like an "L".







The next 5 are sigla variations of Huszar 103. The difference between Huszar 102 and 103 is that the cross in the inner circle on the reverse has wedges on the 102,but not on the 103.


1. One small wedge at 2:30.




2.Two small wedges at 2:00.




3. Three small wedges at 2:00.




4. A point at 2:30.




5. Two small perpendicular lines at 2:00 like a "T".




The last one is a 1373-82 under King Louis I with a crown-crown mint mark;Huszar 547,Unger 432e,Pohl 89-2.


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 Posted 11/29/2018  2:46 pm  Show Profile   Check echizento's eBay Listings Bookmark this reply Add echizento to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
Very nice additions to a nice collection. Need to work on my small collection of Hungarian coinage.
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 Posted 12/01/2018  12:52 pm  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add tdziemia to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
Continuing to enjoy looking at your additions.

That "Moor's head" denar under Louis I is also cross-listed in many of the Polish catalogs, since he held the crown of Poland concurrently (1370-82). In Gumowski it's #390.
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 Posted 12/17/2018  07:40 am  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add louie to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
@EddieDiz That is some nice research. Are these catalogued
somewhere? Their condition is remarkable!
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 Posted 12/18/2018  2:31 pm  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add EddieDiz to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
I have Huszar,Pohl,and Rethy (pdf files). I don't have Kiss-Toth for the sigla varieties,but I have volume I of "Catalogue of Arpadian Coinage"/Opitz Numismatica that came out last year. Volume II will have the sigla varieties of the Bela II,Huszar 102 and 103 that I have been posting. It is going through final proof-reading.
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1358-71 Hungarian Denar under King Louis I with a G mint mark;Huszar 542,Unger 429e,Pohl 79-14.




The next 4 are sigla varieties of 1131-41 under King Bela II;Huszar 103.

1. Inner circle lower right quadrant above and to the right and below and to the left of the main point.




2. three points spaced between 3:00 and 6:00.



3. three points between 2:00 and 3:00.



4. One line at about 2:00.



The next 4 are sigla varieties of 1131-41 King Bela II;Huszar 102,Unger 53.

1.One small wedge about 8:00.



2. Three points between 2:00 and 3:00.




3. Three lines between 2:00 and 3:00.





4. Small crosses at 1:00 and 2:30.


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 Posted 02/17/2019  3:43 pm  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add tdziemia to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
Very nice additions.
I really like that denar of Louis I with an image of St/King Ladislaus (brandishing a halberd?).
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 Posted 03/16/2019  3:08 pm  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add EddieDiz to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
The first two are sigla varieties of Huszar 102,Unger 53.

1. Two lines at 2:30.




2. No sigla.




1131-41 Hungarian Denar under King Bela Huszar 103 with no sigla.



The next two are anonymous Hungarian Denars attributed to King Stephen III (1162-72?).


1. Huszar 127 Unger 84,Rethy I-137,CAC vol. 2/19.15.1.1/b2.3/29, sigla small wedge at 2:00 and a small wedge in "O".








2.Huszar 113,Unger 83,Rethy !-123,CAC vol.2/19.5.1.1/0.1/1,no sigla.




Anonymous Hungarian Denar attributed to King Geza II (1141-62?),Variation of Huszar 139,Unger 65,CAC vol.2/20.2.2.1/a1.9/10. Sigla one point on horizontal bar of cross just to the left of the vertical cross bar.




Anonymous Hungarian Denar attributed to King Stephen II (1116-31?),Huszar 76,Unger 42,Rethy I-65,CAC vol.2/18.1.1.1/b1.2/43. Sigla one small wedge at about 1:00 to the right larger wedge and above/left of small cross.

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 Posted 03/17/2019  5:03 pm  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add Canefan to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
Outstanding! You certainly have some of the nicest Hungarian denars I've ever seen. I only have one so far but looking to add more.
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Thank you. There are so many varieties and designs to keep you occupied for a long time. Unfortunately,I noticed too late on the King Geza II to edit it that there is a sigla as a point at the top of the top cross at 12:00.
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1. 1526 C-Lily Hungarian Denar under King Louis II with an open C in the mint mark;Huszar 841,Unger 673i,Pohl 255-24.




2. 1445/46 K-R billon Hungarian Denar,Interregnum II;Huszar 613,Unger 480f,Pohl 173-6.




3. 1358-71 Hungarian Denar under King Louis I with a star/Saracen head mint mark. It is a variation of Huszar 542,Unger 429 but this mint mark is only listed in Pohl as 79-9a.



4.Anonymous Hungarian Denar attributed to King Geza II (1141-62?). It has a sigla of one point over the cross in the center;Huszar 148,Unger 69,Rethy I-126,CAC II/20.6.1.1/a1.16/17.




5. Anonymous Hungarian Denar attributed to King Geza II (1141-62?). It has a sigla of one point at about 2:00;Huszar 123,Unger 70,Rethy I-132,CAC II/19.9.1.1/a1.7/8.





6. Anonymous Hungarian Denar attributed to King Stephen III (1162-72?). It has a sigla of one point in the center of the cross at 3:00;Huszar 171,Unger 85,Rethy I-157,CAC II/20.18.1.1/a1.14/15.


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 Posted 04/07/2019  1:27 pm  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add Spence to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
Nice additions @ED! I've noticed that the asking prices on the 16th Century denars have been going much higher of late. Maybe you are soaking up the entire world's supply?

Seriously though, I wonder why the prices on these has jumped so dramatically.
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 Posted 04/07/2019  3:30 pm  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add EddieDiz to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
I didn't even notice that. Maybe it's a good thing I have most of that century filled in.
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 Posted 04/08/2019  10:53 pm  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add tdziemia to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply

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I've noticed that the asking prices on the 16th Century denars have been going much higher of late[quote]


Interesting comment. I am seeing more and more slabbed 16th c. Polish coins which I also think is driving prices up. I am wondering if more collectors are getting the early dated coins bug? Or at least there may be a shift in supply-demand balance for historical coins from this part of the world?
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