Coins from the Duchy of Tuscany

In 574, after the Lombards took Tuscany's area from the Byzantines, the Duchy of Tuscany was founded. The Duchy minted its own pseudo-imperial coins for many years, but as time went by, the coins became sloppy, smaller, and wider. In 680, the Byzantines were officially pushed out of the Tuscany's area, and afterwards, the Duchy joined their coinage with Lombardy Proper.
Wikidata: Q22349149

See also: Lombardy, Lombardy and Tuscany, City of Pisa, City of Lucca

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Tremissis (620-700)

1 Tremissis = 8 Siliqua • 3 Tremissis = 1 Soldius

½ Siliqua - In the name of Heraclius, 610-641
(620-700)

Silver • 0.25 g
BMC Vandal# 41, N# 144919
1 Tremissis - In the name of Maurice Tiberius, 582-602 (Messy bust)
(620-700)

Gold • 1.51 g • ⌀ 15 mm
Arslan# -, BMC Vandal# p. 132, 40, N# 144962
1 Tremissis - In the name of Maurice Tiberius, 582-602 (Clean bust with lined body)
(620-700)

Gold • 1.50 g • ⌀ 16 mm
Arslan# cf. 4, BMC Vandal# p. 154, 3, N# 145079
1 Tremissis - In the name of Maurice Tiberius, 582-602 (Clean bust with sectioned body)
(620-700)

Gold • 1.44 g • ⌀ 17 mm
Arslan# cf. 4, BMC Vandal# p. 154, N# 144719
1 Tremissis - In the name of Heraclius, 610-641 (Realistic bust; large head)
(620-700)

Gold • 1.46 g • ⌀ 16 mm
BMC Vandal# -, N# 144975
1 Tremissis - In the name of Heraclius, 610-641 (Realistic bust; regular head with stars)
(620-700)

Gold • 1.46 g • ⌀ 16 mm
BMC Vandal# cf. 31, N# 144988
1 Tremissis - In the name of Heraclius, 610-641 (Realistic bust; regular head without stars)
(620-700)

Gold • 1.44 g • ⌀ 16 mm
BMC Vandal# cf. 40, MEC# 307, MIB I# X11, N# 144794
1 Tremissis - In the name of Heraclius, 610-641 (Line bust; regular)
(620-700)

Gold • 1.42 g • ⌀ 16 mm
MEC# 307, BMC Vandal# 34, MIB III# 125, N# 144989