Coins from Migrating Tribes
The Migration Period was a period during the decline of the Roman Empire around the 4th to 6th centuries AD in which there were widespread migrations of peoples within or into Europe, mostly into Roman territory, notably the Germanic tribes and the Huns.

Many of the migrations were movements of Germanic, Hunnic, Slavic and other peoples into the territory of the then declining Roman Empire, with or without accompanying invasions or war.

Some of the migrating tribes - most notably the Vandals, the Ostrogoths, and the Lombards - began striking coins when they started to settle down in Imperial territory or established their own realms. These coins were, at least initially, imitations of existing Roman issues.

Migrating Tribes

(1) Ostrogoths 493-526
AR Half-Siliqua Unknown mint
Obverse: Tiny head left facing Justin I with DIIVΛDƆSVIISIIΛ
Reverse: Chain wreath outer with VICTOII / SRM/ CON
Ref: Gennari type 4
(2) Ostrogoths 493-526
AR unit Unknown mint
Obverse: Right facing Justin I very odd bust with legend (…) IΛIII
Reverse: Theoreric monogram no legend
Ref: Gennari monogram 47, R157
(3) Ostrogoths 493-526
AR Half-Siliqua Unknown mint
Obverse: right facing Anastasius with the text DИANAƧTΛ (…) VƧPΛ
Reverse: Theoderic monogram ИVICΓΛ+NROMΛ
Ref: None provided
(4) Ostrogoths 491-504
AR 3/4 Siliqua Unknown mint
Obverse: right facing, almost Celtic like profile ANASTASIVSP
Reverse: Gennari monogram 13, MINV+ΛROMΛO
Ref: None provided
(5) Ostrogoths 493-526
AR Half-Siliqua Unknown mint
Obverse: Right facing bust text reads STISSΛNV
Reverse: Theoderic monogram used by Witigis and Baduila Text VΛΛVIT+IIYGNV
Ref: None provided
(6) Vandals 425-455
Obverse: Valentinian III imitation with legend TIIII
Reverse: Cross within wreath
Ref: BMC 182
(7) Vandals 576-565
AR Half-Siliqua Unknown mint
Obverse: Left facing bust of Justinian II(?) IIVADPSVISTSΛIIΛ
Reverse: Monogram of Justinian II
Ref: None provided
(8) Vandals 527
Obverse: Cuirassed bust right with text DIИIƧIΓΛNOVƧ
Reverse: Large M Star both sides, cross above, no officina letter present, mint mark ANTIX
Ref: Sear 213 Prototype?
(9) Vandals | Honorius c. 440-490 AD
Obverse: pearl-didemed, draped and cuirassed bust of Honorius right; D N HONORI_VS P F AVG
Reverse: Victory facing, head left, holding wreath in each hand; VICTORI_A AVGGG / P / RM
Ref: BMC Vandals, p. 17, 1-3