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SB 2502The Empire of Nicaea, John V and Anna of Savoy. AR Basilikon, 1.13g, ca. 1342 – 1344 AD. Christ, nimbate, seated facing on high-backed throne / Standing facing figures of John V, on left, and Anna, on right. DOC 1145; LPC 1; PCPC 276; Sear 2502.TextImage
SB 2503The Empire of Nicaea. John V and Anna of Savoy. AR Basilikon 1.19 g, ca. 1342 – c. 1344. Christ, nimbate, seated facing on high-backed throne / ANNA.., T over w above, standing facing figures of Anna, on left, holding trefoil sceptre, and John V, on right, holding cross-headed sceptre. DOC 966-1078. LPC p. 132, 2. PCPC 277. Sear 2503.TextImage
SB 2504John V and Anna of Savoy AR Basilikon. Christ enthroned / Anna and John standing facing, holding long cross between them and sceptres.TextImage
SB 2507The Empire of Nicaea, John V and Anna of Savoy. AR Basilikon, 0.97g, ca 1345-1347 AD. St. Demetrius and Mary standing facing / Anna and John V standing facing, holding long cross between them. DOC 1146-1174; PCPC 281; Sear 2507.TextImage
SB 2510John V Paleologus, 1341 – 1391. AR Stravaton, 1354 AD, 8.42 gr. Facing bust of Christ / IW DECPOTIC O PALAEOLOGOC, QV XAPIT BACILEVC POMAION in two lines around facing bust of John V. LPC 2; Sear 2510.TextImage
SB 2510 varJohn V Palaeologus (1341-1391). AR Stavraton. 8.51 gr. Constantinople, 1365-1369. IC-XC across fields, bust of Christ Pantocrator, with cross nimbus, wearing himation over chiton, holding gospels and raising right hand. Fleur de lis to left and right / + IW [DECPOT]IC O PALELOGOC QV XAPIT BACILEV T w N POMAION (EV ligate), Bust of John facing with forked beard, wearing domed crown with pendilia and simple collar. DOC 1235-1241 var.; PCPC 327.1; Sear 2510 var.TextImage
SB 2511The Empire of Nicaea, John V, AR Half-Stavraton or Quarter-hyperpyron, 4.03 g. St. Demetrius, nimbate, riding horse galloping right / Facing, crowned and nimbate bust of John V holding cross-headed sceptre, dot in left field. DOC 1298-1300; PCPC 328; Sear 2511.TextImage
SB 2512John V Palaeologus (1341-1391). AR eighth-Stavraton. Constantinople, 1365-1369. 1.04 gr. IC-XC O COTI P. Bust of Christ Pantocrator, with cross nimbus, wearing himation over chiton, holding book of gospels and raising right hand / + IW DICPOTIC O PALAOLOG[OC]. Bust of John facing. with forked beard, nimbate, wearing domed crown with pendilia. DOC 1242 var.; Sear 2512.TextImage
SB 2512 (2)John V Paleologus, 1341 – 1391 AD, one-eighth stavraton, 1367-1376 AD, 1.03 g. IC-XC to left and right of bust of Christ facing; star in left field / Bust of John facing; star to left and right. LPC 154.3; Sear 2512; LBC 881.TextImage
SB 2514John V Palaeologus (1341-1391). AE Tornese. Constantinople, 1379-1391. 1.84 gr. Standing facing figures of St. Constantine on the left and Helena; holding patriarchal cross between them / Bust of John facing, nimbate, wearing domed cross and pendilia, holding cross-headed sceptre. DOC 1302-1303; Sear 2514.TextImage
SB 2515John V Palaeologus AE Follaro. Constantinople mint, 1379-1391 AD. D MH TP C P, St. Demetrius standing facing, holding spear, shield and cross on globe / Facing bust of John, holding cross-headed sceptre, dot in left field.TextImage
SB 2516John V Palaeologus (1341-1391). AE Assarion. Thessalonica, 1351-1354. St. Demetrius standing facing, nimbate, in military dress, holding spear and shield; star over plant in right field / Anna, wearing crown and holding sceptre, and John, wearing stemma with pendilia and loros, holding labarum-headed sceptre, both standing facing; firmament with hand of God over X between figures; in outer fields, foliage. DOC 1192; Sear 2516.TextImage
SB 2521John V and Anna of Savoy. 1351-1354 AD. AE Assarion, 0.77g. Thessalonica. Anna standing, holding model of city and sceptre / John standing, holding labarum-headed sceptre and akakia. Sear 2521; Grierson 1507; Bendall 5.TextImage
SB 2525John V Palaeologus (1341-1391). AE Assarion. Thessalonica, 1365-1369. St. Demetrius standing facing, nimbate, holding spear and shield; three cross arms in right field / John standing facing, wearing stemma with pendilia and loros, holding staff ending with circle with cross within and model of city over star; hand of God above. Sear 2525.TextImage
SB 2574John V Palaeologus. 1341-1391. AE Stamenon 20mm, 1.49 gr. ‘Politikon’ coinage. Class XVI. Constantinople mint. John standing facing, holding labarum-tipped sceptre and cross on globe / [+P]OLITIKON around cross. DOC 1224-1225; PCPC 359; SB 2574.TextImage

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