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ANASTASIUS
SB 3Anastasius AV Solidus. 491-518 AD. 4.41 g. Constantinople. DN ANASTA-SIVS PP AVG, helmeted and cuirassed bust three-quarter face to right, holding spear over right shoulder and shield on left arm / VICTORI-A AVGGG and officina letter, Victory standing left, holding long jewelled cross, star to right (rarely: a cross). Mintmark CONOB. Sear Byz. 3; DO 3-5; MIB 3-5.Text
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SB 4Anastasius I. 491-518 AD. AV Solidus, 4.47 gm. Constantinople mint. D N ANASTA-SIVS P P AVG, helmeted and cuirassed bust, facing three-quarters to right, holding spear over shoulder and shield decorated with horseman spearing a fallen enemy / VICTORI-A AVGGG, Victory standing left, holding staff surmounted by reversed Chi-rho; star in left field; mintmark CONOB. DOC I 6 var. (officina); MIB 6; BN 8 var. (same); SB 4.Text
SB 5Anastasius I. 491-518 AD. AV Solidus, 4.47 gm. Constantinople mint. D N ANASTA-SIVS P P AVG, helmeted and cuirassed bust, facing three-quarters to right, holding spear over shoulder and shield decorated with horseman spearing a fallen enemy / VICTORI-A AVGGG, Victory standing left, holding staff surmounted by reversed P; star in left field; mintmark CONOB. DOC I 7e; MIB 7; SB 5.Text
SB 6Anastasius I, AV semissis, Constantinople. 2.092 g, max. 18.1mm. DN ANASTASIVS P P AVG, pearl-diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right / VICTORIA AVGGG, Victory seated right on shield and cuirass, inscribing XXXX on shield set on knee, star left, inverted P to right. Mintmark CONOB. Sear Byz. 6, DOC I 8.TextFull Size
SB 7Anastasius I. 491-518 AD. AV Semissis (2.25 gm). DN ANASTASIVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / VICTORIA AVGGG, Victory seated right on shield and cuirass, inscribing XXXX on shield set on knee, star to left, chi-rho right. CONOB. DOC I 9; SB 7.TextFull Size
SB 8Anastasius I. 491-518 AD. AV Tremissis, 1.46 gm. DN ANASTASIVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / VICTORIA AVGVSTORVM (sometimes no M), Victory advancing right, head left, holding wreath and cross on globe, (usually:) star to right. Mintmark CONOB. DOC I 10a; MIB 12; SB 8.TextFull Size
SB 11Anastasius. 491-518. AR Siliqua (2.14 gm). Constantinople mint. D N ANASTA-SIVS P P AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right/ VOT MVLT MTI in three lines within wreath. Mintmark CONOS star. MIB 18; DOC 13; BMC 16; SB 11.TextFull Size
SB 13Anastasius. 491-518 AD. AE Nummus (0.79 gm). Constantinople mint. DN A-NAS, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Monogram of Anastasius within linear circle (rudimentary wreath). MIB 40; DOC I 15; SB 13.TextFull Size
SB 14Anastasius I. 491-518 AD. AE Reduced Follis (8.47 gm, 6h). Constantinople mint. Struck circa 498-507 AD. DN ANASTASIVS P P AVG, diademed, draped, and cuirassed bust right, (one with slight beard) / Large M; cross above; mintmark CON. DOC I 16; Metcalf, Origins, 208; MIB I 22; SB 14.Text
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SB 14vAnastasius I. 491-518 AD. AE Reduced Follis. Constantinople mint. Struck circa 498-507 AD. DN ANASTASIVS P P AVG, diademed, draped, and cuirassed bust right / Large M; cross above; mintmark CON; chi-rho counterstamp. DOC I 16; MIB I 22; SB 14.TextFull Size
SB 16Anastasius I. AE Follis. Constantinople. 491-518 AD. 23-27 mm. DN ANASTASIVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large M, star to left, cross above, star to right, A below. Mintmark CON. SB 16, DOC 20a.TextFull Size
SB 19Anastasius I. 491-518 AD. AE Follis. 18.22 gm. Constantinople mint. Struck ca 512-517 AD. DN ANASTASIVS P P AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large M, star to left, cross above, star to right, officina letter below, mintmark CON. DOC I 23i; MIB I 27; SB 19.Text
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SB 20Anastasius I, Constantinople, AE Follis. 35mm, 18.48 gr. 491-518 AD. DN ANSTASIVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right, sometimes with a star on shoulder / Large M, dot over star to left, cross above, dot over star to right, officina letter A below. Mintmark CON. SB 20; DO 23c.TextFull Size
SB 22Anastasius I, AE Follis. 30-39 mm. 491-518 AD. Constantinople. DN ANASTASIVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large M, star left, cross above, crescent right, Epsilon below, mintmark CON. SB 22, DOC 23m.TextFull Size
SB 24Anastasius I. Half follis, 491-518 AD. Constantinople. (DN) AN(AST)ASIVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large K, long cross to left, star above, A right, star below. SB 24, DOC 21.TextFull Size
SB 25Anastasius I, AE Half-follis. 18-22 mm. Constantinople. D N ANASTASIVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large K, long cross to left, officina letter to right, no mintmark. SB 25, DOC 24.TextFull Size
SB 26Anastasius I, AE decanummium, 491-518 AD. 18-22 mm. Constantinople. D N ANASTASIVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / CON-CORD to left and right of large I. (no mintmark or fieldmarks). SB 26, DOC 19.TextFull Size
SB 29Anastasius I, Pentanummium, 491-518 AD. 12-17mm. Constantinople. DN ANASTASIVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large epsilon, sometimes with two dots within the letter; officina letter to right, no mintmark.SB 29, DOC 26.Text
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SB 30Anastasius I. 491-518 AD. AV Solidus 4.42 gm. Thessalonica mint. DN ANASTASIVS PP AVG or PERP AVG, diademed, helmeted, and cuirassed bust facing three-quarters to right, holding spear over shoulder and shield on arm / VICTORIA AVGGG, Victory standing left, holding long cross; star to left and right; mintmark CONOB. SB 30; Cf. DOC I 27; cf. Metcalf, Thessalonica 239/253; cf. MIB I 14/15 (obv. legend); SB 30.Text
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SB 34Anastasius I, AE Follis, Nicomedia. 23-27mm. DN ANASTASIVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large M, star to left, cross above, star to right, Delta below, mintmark NIC. SB 34, MIB 42.TextFull Size
SB 45Anastasius I (491-518 AD), Nicomedia, AE pentanummium (5 nummi), 13mm, 1.92g. DN ANAS[TASIV]S PP AVG, Diademed emperor's bust to right / Large E = 5 nummi) in circle (both reeded), mintmark N to right. SB 45, DO 44.TextFull Size
SB 47Anastasius I, Antioch, AE Follis. 512-518 AD. 31mm, 17.18g. DN ANASTASIVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right, cross above / Large M, cross to left, cross above, cross to right, officina letter (A to delta) below. Mintmark ANTX. SB 47; DOC 45; Hahn MIB 57.TextFull Size
JUSTIN I
SB 55Justin I. 518-527 AD. AV Solidus 4.47 gm. Struck 518-519 AD. Constantinople mint. D N IVSTI-NVS P P AVG, helmeted and cuirassed bust facing three-quarters to right, holding spear over shoulder and shield decorated with horseman spearing a fallen enemy / VICTORIA AVGGG and officina letter, Victory standing left, holding long jewelled cross surmounted by reversed P; star in left field; mintmark CONOB. DOC I 1b; MIB 2; BN 2; SB 55.Text
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SB 56Justin I. 518-527 AD. AV Solidus 4.48 gm. Struck 519-527 AD. Constantinople mint. D N IVSTI-NVS P P AVG, helmeted and cuirassed bust facing three-quarters to right, holding spear over shoulder and shield decorated with horseman spearing a fallen enemy / VICTORI-A AVGGG and officina letter, angel standing facing, holding jewelled cross and cross on globe; star in right field; mintmark CONOB. DOC I 2b; MIB I 3; BN 6; SB 56.Text
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SB 58Justin I AV Tremissis, 1.49 grams, 15.43 mm. Constantinople, 518-527 AD. DN IVSTINVS PP AVG, pearl-diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right / VICTORIA AVGVSTORV, Victory advancing right holding wreath and cross on globe. Star over officina letter in right field, mintmark CONOB in exergue. DOC 4; Sear Byz. 58.TextFull Size
SB 62Justin I, AE follis, 518-527 AD. Constantinople. DN IVSTINVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large M, star left, cross above, star right, officina letter below, mintmark CON. SB 62, DOC 8.TextFull Size
SB 63Justin I, AE follis, 518-527 AD. Constantinople. DN IVSTINVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large M, star left, cross above, cross right, officina letter below, mintmark CON. SB 63, DOC 9.TextFull Size
SB 64Justin I, AE follis, 518-527 AD. Constantinople. DN IVSTINVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large M, cross left, cross above, cross right, officina letter below, mintmark CON. SB 64, DOC 11.TextFull Size
SB 65Justin I, Constantinople, AE Follis, 518-527 AD. 31mm, 11.95g. DN IVSTINVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large M, cross to left, cross above, crescent to right officina letter A to epsilon below. Mintmark CON. SB 65; DO 12; Hahn MIB 15.TextFull Size
SB 68Justin I, 518-527 AD. Constantinople mint. AE Half-follis. DN IVSTINVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large K, long cross to left, officina letter to right, no mintmark. SB 68, DOC 14.TextFull Size
SB 69Justin I, 518-527 AD. Constantinople mint. AE Half-follis. DN IVSTINVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large K, long cross to left, star above, officina letter to right, star below, no mintmark. SB 69, DOC 15.TextFull Size
SB 71Justin I AE Decanummium. 518-527 AD. Constantinople. DN IVSTINVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large I, star to left, cross above, star to right, mintmark CON. SB 71, DOC 17.TextFull Size
SB 72Justin I, AE Pentanummium, 512-518 AD, Constantinople. DN IVSTINVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / large epsilon, officina letter to right, no mintmark. SB 72, DOC 18.TextFull Size
SB 75Justin I, AE Pentanummium, 512-518 AD, Constantinople. DN IVSTINVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large chi-rho, officina letter to left, value letter epsilon (5) to right. SB 75, DO 21a.TextFull Size
SB 76Justin I, AE Pentanummium, 512-518 AD, Constantinople. DN IVSTINVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / large epsilon, star to left, value mark epsilon to right. SB 76, DOC 21e.TextFull Size
SB 77Justin I, AE Pentanummium, 512-518 AD, Constantinople. DN IVSTINVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / large epsilon, officina letter to left, value mark epsilon to right, two dots below. SB 77, DOC 22.TextFull Size
SB 83Justin I, AE Follis, Nicomedia. DN IVSTINVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large M, star to left, cross above, star to right, officina letter below, mintmark NIKM. SB 83, DOC 28TextFull Size
SB 87Justin I, AE Follis, Nicomedia. DN IVSTINVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large M, star to left, cross above, cross to right, officina letter below, mintmark NIKM. SB 87, DOC 32TextFull Size
SB 88Justin I, AE Follis, Nicomedia. DN IVSTINVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large M, cross to left, cross above, cross to right, officina letter below, mintmark NIKM. SB 88, DOC 33TextFull Size
SB 94Justin I, AE Follis, 518-527, Cyzicus. DN IVSTINVS PP AV, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large M, star to left, cross above, star to right, mintmark KYZ. SB 94, MIB 48.TextFull Size
SB 96Justin I, AE Follis. Cyzicus. DN IVSTINVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large M, K to left, cross above, V to right, officina letter below, INSD in exergue. SB 96, DOC 40.TextFull Size
SB 97 varJustin I, Cyzicus, AE half-follis. 21mm, 7.41g. DN IVSTINVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large K, K-cross-Y to left, star above, officina letter to right. SB 97 var (position of single star); DOC 42; Hahn 56-57 var.TextFull Size
SB 99Justin I, AE Half-follis, Cyzicus. 518-527 AD. DN IVSTINVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large K, K-long cross-V to left, star to right. SB 99, DOC 44.TextFull Size
SB 104Justin I. Half-Follis. 518-527 AD. Antioch, 9.82 gr. DN IVSTINVS PP AVGS, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right (obverse somewhat doublestruck) / Large K, long cross and A-N over T-X to left, officina letter to right. SB 104, DOC 50.TextFull Size
SB 110Justin I, AE Pentanummium, Antioch. 518-527 AD. DN IVSTINVS PP AVG, pearl-diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large Epsilon; N over gamma over A to right. Sear Byz 110; DOC 56.TextFull Size
SB 111Justin I, 518-527 AD, AE Pentanummium, Antioch, 13mm. DN IVSTINVS PP AV, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Tyche of Antioch, turreted, seated left within columned shrine with half submerged figure of river-god Orontes swimming at her feet; retrograde epsilon to left. SB 111, DOC 57.Text
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SB 120Justin I and Justinian I. 527 AD. AV Solidus, 4.47 gm. Constantinople. DN IVSTIN ET IVSTINIAN PP AVG, Justin and Justinian enthroned facing, both nimbate and holding globe; cross above, CONOB below / VICTORIA AVGGG and officina letter, angel standing facing, holding long cross and cross on globe; star in right field; mintmark CONOB. DOC I 5c; Metcalf, Joint 16 O6/S4); MIB I 1d; SB 120.TextFull Size
SB 125Justin I and Justinian I. 527 AD. AE Follis. DN IVSTIN E IVSTINIAN PP AV, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large M, star to left, cross above, cross to right, officina letter below, mintmark CON. SB 125, DOC 10.Text
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SB 126bJustin I and Justinian I, Apr-Aug 527, AE Decanummium, Constantinople. DN IVSTIN E IVSTINIAN P AV, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large I, star to left, cross above, star to right, mintmark CON. SB 126B, MIB 6TextFull Size
SB 128Justin I and Justinian I, AE Follis. 527 AD. Nicomedia. DN IVSTIN IVSTINIA, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large M, cross to left, cross above, cross to right, officina letter below, mintmark NIKM. SB 128, MIB 8.TextFull Size
SB 130Justin I and Justinian I. Antioch, AE Follis. DN DN IVSTINVS ET IVSTINIANVS, two nimbate and pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed busts facing, cross between their heads / Large M, star to left, cross above, star to right, officina letter Delta below, mintmark ANTIX. SB 130, DOC 14.TextFull Size
JUSTINIAN I
SB 137Justinian I AV Solidus. Struck 527-538 AD. Constantinople mint. D N IVSTINI-ANVS P P AVG, helmeted and cuirassed bust facing three-quarters to right, holding spear over shoulder & shield decorated with horseman spearing a fallen enemy / VICTORI-A AVGGG and officina letter, angel standing facing, holding jewelled cross and cross on globe; star in right field; mintmark CONOB.Text
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SB 139Justinian I AV Solidus. Struck 527-538 AD. Constantinople mint. D N IVSTINI-ANVS P P AVG, helmeted and cuirassed bust facing three-quarters to right, holding cross on globe and shield / VICTORI-A AVGGG and officina letter, angel standing facing, holding linear cross and cross on globe; star in right field; mintmark CONOB. DOC I 8d; MIB I 6.Text
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SB 140Justinian I AV Solidus. Struck 527-538 AD. Constantinople mint. D N IVSTINI-ANVS P P AVG, helmeted and cuirassed bust facing three-quarters to right, holding cross on globe and shield / VICTORI-A AVGGG and officina letter, angel standing facing, holding linear, P-headed cross and cross on globe; star in right field; mintmark CONOB. DOC 9; MIB 7.Text
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SB 143Justinian I. 527-565 AD. AV Semissis, 1.43 gm. Constantinople mint. DN IVSTINI-ANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / VICTORI-AAVCCC,Victory seated right, inscribing numerals on shield set on knee; star to left; chi-rho to right; mintmark CONOB. DOC I 17; MIB I 17; SB 143.TextFull Size
SB 144Justinian I. 527-565 AD. AV Semissis, 1.43 gm. Constantinople mint. DN IVSTINI-ANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / VICTORI-AAVCCC,Victory seated right, inscribing numerals on shield set on kneestar to left; star to left; reversed chi-rho to right; mintmark CONOB. DOC 18; MIB 18; SB 144.TextFull Size
SB 145Justinian I AV Tremissis. D N IVSTINIANVS P P AVI, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / VICTORIA AVGVSTORVM, Victory standing right, head left, holding wreath and cross on globe, star to right, mintmark CONOB. DO 19; MIB 19; SB 145; BMC 22-24.TextFull Size
SB 145 varJustinian I AV Tremissis. D N IVSTINIANVS P P AVI, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / VICTORIA AVGVSTORVM, Victory standing right on globe, head left, holding wreath and cross on globe; dot and star to right, mintmark CONOB. TextFull Size
SB 145 cfJustinian I AV Half Tremissis. D N IVSTINIANVS P P AVI, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / VICTORIA AVGVSTORVM, Victory standing right, head left, holding wreath and cross on globe; star to right, mintmark CONOB. TextFull Size
SB 149Justinian I. 527-565 AD. AR Heavy Miliarense. 4.86 gm. Constantinople. Struck 527-537 AD. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / GLORIA ROMANORVM, Justinian, nimbate, standing facing, head left, holding spear and shield; star in right field; mintmark COB. DOC I 23; MIB 46; SB 149.Text
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SB 154Justinian I AR Light Miliarense. Constantinople mint. Struck 527-537 AD. D N IVSTINIANVS P P AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust left / GLORIA ROMANORVM, Justinian, nimbate, standing facing, head left, raising hand and holding globe; star in right field; mintmark COB. DOC I 26.Text
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SB 155Justinian I, AR siliqua, Constantinople mint. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl-diademed helmeted, draped, cuirassed bust right / GLORIA ROMANORVM, Emperor, nimbate, standing facing, head right, holding spear and cross on globe. Star in right field, mintmark COB. Sear 155; DO 22 corr; Hahn MIB 50.TextFull Size
SB 158Justinian I. AE follis. 527-565 AD, Constantinople. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large M. star to left, cross above, cross right, officina letter below, mintmark CON. SB 158, DOC 28.TextFull Size
SB 159Justinian I. AE follis. 527-565 AD, Constantinople. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large M, cross to left, cross above, cross right, officina letter below, mintmark CON. SB 159, DOC 29.TextFull Size
SB 160Justinian I. AE follis. 527-565 AD, Constantinople. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large M, star to left, cross above, star right, officina letter below, mintmark CON. SB 160, DOC 29.TextFull Size
SB 161Justinian I. AE follis. 527-565 AD, Constantinople. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large M, star to left, cross above, cross on globe right, officina letter below, mintmark CON. SB 161, DOC 29.TextFull Size
SB 163Justinian I, AE Follis. Constantinople. 527-565 AD. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, helmeted, cuirassed bust facing holding cross on globe and shield; cross to right / Large M, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right, officina letter below, mintmark CON. (132 known combinations). SB 163, DOC 37-61.Text
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SB 164Justinian I, AE Half-follis. Constantinople. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large K, long cross to left, star above, officina letter to right, star below. No mintmark. SB 164, DOC 33.TextFull Size
SB 165Justinian I, AE Half-follis, Constantinople. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, helmeted, cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe and shield; cross in right field / Large K, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right, officina letter below. 60 combinations known. SB 165, DOC 62.Text
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SB 166Justinian I. AE Decanummium, Constantinople. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large I, star to left, cross above, star to right, mintmark CON. SB 166, DOC 34.TextFull Size
SB 167Justinian I. AE Decanummium, Constantinople. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large I, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right, mintmark CON. SB 167, MIB 99. 24 varieties known.TextFull Size
SB 167varJustinian I. 527-565 AD. AE Decanummium (2.94 gm). Struck year 30 (=556/7 AD). Cyzicus mint. Diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right / Large I, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right; mintmark CON (retrograde). DOC I 90 var.; MIB 99 var. TextFull Size
SB 170Justinian I, Pentanummium, 527-568 AD, Constantinople. 17-21 mm. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / large epsilon, cross to right. SB 170A, MIB 103A.TextFull Size
SB 173AJustinian I. 527-565 AD. AV Solidus. 4.45 gm. Thessalonica. Struck 527-542 AD. D N IVSTINIANVS P P AVG, diademed, helmeted, and cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe and shield / VICTORI-A AVGGG, Victory standing left, holding long jewelled cross; star to left and right; mintmark CONOB. DOC I Metcalf, Thessalonica 284 (this coin); MIB I 20; SB 173A.TextFull Size
SB 174Justinian I. 527-565 AD. AE Half-Follis, Thessalonica. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, helmeted and cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe and shield; cross in right field / Large K, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right, mintmark TES. SB 174, MIB 180.TextFull Size
SB 175Justinian I. 527-565 AD. AE 16 Nummi, Thessalonica. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large I, officina letter to left, cross above, SP to right, mintmark TES. SB 175, DOC 98A.TextFull Size
SB 176Justinian I. 527-565 AD. AE 16 Nummi, Thessalonica. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large I, officina letter to left, dot-cross-dot above, SP to right, mintmark TES. SB 176, DOC 98B.TextFull Size
SB 177Justinian I. 527-565 AD. AE 16 Nummi, Thessalonica. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large I, officina letter to left, star-cross-star above, SP to right, mintmark TES. SB 177, DOC 98C.TextFull Size
SB 178Justinian I. 527-565 AD. AE 16 Nummi, Thessalonica. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large I, officina letter to left, chi-rho above, SP to right, mintmark TES. SB 178, DOC 98D.TextFull Size
SB 182AJustinian I, AE 16 Nummi, Thessalonica, 527-562 AD. D N IVSINI-ANVS P P AVG, pearl-diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right / Large I with A-SP to left and right (resembling AISP), EYQE above. Mintmark TES. SB 182A, MIB 169j.TextFull Size
SB 183Justinian I, AE 16 Nummi. Thessalonica. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large I, AP to left, QE above, SY to right, mintmark TES. SB 183, DOC 98i.TextFull Size
SB 185Justinian I, AE 16 nummi, 527-565 AD. Thessalonica. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / A-SP to left and right of large I, dot A dot above, mintmark TES. SB 185, DOC 98k.TextFull Size
SB 188Justinian I (527-65 AD), Thessalonika, AE dekanummium (10 nummi), 564/5 AD, 23mm. D N IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large I = 10 nummi, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right, mintmark TES. SB 188. DOC 107.TextFull Size
SB 189Justinian I. 527-565 AD. AE 8 Nummi, Thessalonica. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large H, officina letter to left, cross above, P to right, no mintmark. SB 189, DOC 100a.TextFull Size
SB 189 varJustinian I, AE 8 Nummi. Thessalonica. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large H between A and P, QIW above. Not in Sear with city name. Sear 189 var. cf CNG Auction 60, Nr. 1985.TextFull Size
SB 190Justinian I, AE 8 Nummi, Thessalonica. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large H, A to left, dot-cross-dot above, P right. SB 190, DOC 100b.TextFull Size
SB 191Justinian I, AE 8 Nummi, Thessalonica. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large H, A to left, chi-rho above, P to right. SB 191, DO I 100c, MIB 174c.TextFull Size
SB 192Justinian I, AE 8 Nummi, Thessalonica. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large H, star to left, cross above, star to right. SB 192, DOC 100d.TextFull Size
SB 193Justinian I, AE Pentanummium, Thessalonica. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large Epsilon, S to right. SB 193, DOC 97f.TextFull Size
SB 197Justinian I, AE Pentanummium, 527-565 AD, Cherson. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / monogram of Cherson. SB 197, DOC 108.TextFull Size
SB 197AJustinian I, AE Pentanummium. Cherson mint, 548-562 AD. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / VIC-TOR, Justinian standing, holding long cross and globe. SB 197a, DOC 371.TextFull Size
SB 198Justinian I. AE Follis, Nicomedia. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large M, star to left, cross above, cross to right, officina letter below, mintmark NIKM. SB 198, DOC 109.TextFull Size
SB 199Justinian I. AE Follis, Nicomedia. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large M, cross to left, cross above, cross to right, officina letter below, mintmark NIKM. SB 199, DOC 110.TextFull Size
SB 199 varJustinian I, AE Follis, Nicomedia, 527-565 AD. 30mm, 15.2gm. DN IVSTINIANVS P AVG, Diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right / Large M, Cross left, right and above, B below, mintmark NIKM. SB 199 var (obv. legend with one P), DOC 110 var (ditto).TextFull Size
SB 201Justinian I, AE Follis. Nicomedia. 527-565 AD. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, helmeted, cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe and shield with horseman motif, cross to right / Large M, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right, officina letter below, mintmark NIKM, NIKO, +NIKO or NIK. (180 combinations of regnal year, mintmark, and officina letters known.) SB 201, MIB 112-115. 45TextFull Size
SB 202Justinian I, Nicomedia, AE half follis. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG or similar, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large K, N-long cross-I to left, officina letter B to right. SB 202, DO 112.TextFull Size
SB 203Justinian I, AE Half-follis. Nicomedia. 527-565 AD. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, helmeted, cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe and shield with horseman motif, cross to right / Large K, ANNO to left, chi-rho above, regnal year to right, mintmark NI. 42 varieties known. SB 203, MIB 116.Text

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SB 205 (cross)Justinian I. Decanummium, Nicomedia. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large I, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right, mintmark NIK. 11 regnal years known. SB 205, MIB 118.Text

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SB 205 (star)Justinian I. Decanummium, Nicomedia. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large I, ANNO to left, star above, regnal year to right, mintmark NIK. 11 regnal years known. SB 205, MIB 118.TextFull Size
SB 207Justinian I, AE Follis. Cyzicus. 527-565 AD. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, helmeted, cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe and shield with horseman motif, cross to right / Large M, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right (rarely with a crescent beneath regnal year), officina letter below, mintmark KYZ, KYZ dot or KY dot Z. 305 known combinations of mintmark, regnal years and officina letters. SB 207, MIB 120.Text

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SB 207 varJustinian I, AE Follis. Cyzicus. 527-565 AD. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, helmeted, cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe and shield with horseman motif, cross to right / Large M, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right, officina letter below, mintmark +KYZ. SB 207 var (unlisted mintmark).TextFull Size
SB 208Justinian I, AE Half-Follis. Cyzicus. 527-565 AD. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, helmeted, cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe and shield with horseman motif, cross to right / Large K, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right, mintmark V over Z. 17 varieties known. SB 208; MIB 212.TextFull Size
SB 209Justinian I. AE Decanummium. Cyzicus. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large I, ANNO to left, star above, regnal year to right, mintmark KVZ. 16 varieties known. SB 209, MIB 123.TextFull Size
SB 213Justinian I, AE Follis, Antioch. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG (or AVGS), pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large M, star left, cross above, star right, officina letter below, mintmark ANTIX. 8 varieties known. SB 213, DOC 202.TextFull Size
SB 214Justinian I, AE Follis, Antioch. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG (or AVGS), Justinian seated facing on throne, holding sceptre and cross on globe / Large M, star left, cross above, ( right, officina letter below, mintmark +THEVP. 8 varieties known. SB 214, DOC 206.TextFull Size
SB 206Justinian I, AE Follis. Antioch. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large M, star to left, cross above, star to right, officina letter below, mintmark +THEV o-over-P+. Five varieties known. SB 216, DOC 210.TextFull Size
SB 217Justinian I, AE Follis. Antioch. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large M, star to left, cross above, star to right, officina letter below, Greek mintmark QUPOLS. Four varieties known. SB 217, DOC 212.TextFull Size
SB 218Justinian I, AE Follis. Antioch. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, helmeted and cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe and shield with horseman motif, cross to right / Large M, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right, officina letter below, Greek mintmark QUPO. Four varieties known. SB 218, DOC 215.Text

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SB 219Justinian I, AE Follis. Antioch. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, helmeted and cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe and shield with horseman motif, cross to right / Large M, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right, officina letter below, mintmark CHEV o-on-P. Four varieties known. SB 219, DOC 216.TextFull Size
SB 220Justinian I, AE Follis. Antioch. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, helmeted and cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe and shield with horseman motif, cross to right / Large M, ANNO to left, cross or P-headed cross above, regnal year to right, sometimes on a star or crescent, officina letter below, mintmark 9HU o over P or QHU o over P. 120 combinations known. SB 220, MIB 145.Text

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SB 221Justinian I, AE Follis. Antioch. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, helmeted and cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe and shield with horseman motif, cross to right / Large M, ANNO to left, cross (sometimes with a dot in each angle) above, regnal year to right, officina letter below, mintmark THUP. 47 combinations known. SB 221, MIB 146.TextFull Size
SB 222Justinian I, AE Follis. Antioch. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, helmeted and cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe and shield with horseman motif, cross to right / Large M, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right, officina letter below, mintmark THUP or THUP star (P has an angled downstroke). 28 combinations known. SB 222, MIB 147-149.TextFull Size
SB 225Justinian I, AE Half-Follis. Antioch. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, Justinian seated facing, holding cross on globe and long sceptre / Large K, long cross to left with T/H- E/U/O/P in the four angles, officina letter below. SB 225, DOC 208.TextFull Size
SB 226Justinian I, AE Half-Follis. Antioch. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large K, long cross to left with T/H- E/U/O/P in the four angles, officina letter below. SB 226, DOC 211.TextFull Size
SB 231Justinian I, AE Half-Follis. Antioch. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, helmeted, cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe and long sceptre, cross to right / Large K, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right, mintmark e (or P with angled downstroke). SB 231, MIB 155.TextFull Size
SB 239Justinian I, AE Decanummium. Antioch. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, helmeted, cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe and long sceptre, cross to right / Large I, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right, mintmark THEUP. SB 239, MIB 160.TextFull Size
SB 240Justinian I, AE Pentanummium, 527-565, Antioch. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Tyche of Antioch seated left, retrograde Epsilon to left, all within shrine. SB 240, DOC 205.TextFull Size
SB 243Justinian I, AE Pentanummium. Antioch. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large epsilon with + at centre, V over O to right. SB 243, DOC 270. TextFull Size
SB 244Justinian I, AE Pentanummium, 527-565 AD, Antioch. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / epsilon with + at centre, star to right. SB 244, DOC 271. TextFull Size
SB 245Justinian I, AE Pentanummium. Antioch. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large C with monogram of Antioch within. SB 245, DOC 272.TextFull Size
SB 247Justinian I, AE 12 nummi, 527-565 AD, Alexandria. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large I-cross-B, mintmark ALEZ. SB 247, DOC 274. TextFull Size
SB 250Justinian I. 527-565 AD. AV Solidus, 4.45 gm. Carthage mint. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVI, Helmeted and cuirassed facing bust, holding cross on globe and shield decorated with horseman / VICTORIA AVGGG and officina letter, Angel standing facing, holding long cross and cross on globe; star in right field, mintmark CONOB. Five officina letters known. DOC I 277a; SB 250. TextFull Size
SB 253Justinian I AR Siliqua. DN IVSTINI-ANVS PP AG, pearl diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right / VOT/MVLT (or MVIT)/HTI, within wreath, mintmark CONOS. DOC I 280; MIB I 51; Sear 253. Text

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SB 254Justinian I AR Siliqua, 1.14 gm. Carthage. 537-552 AD. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AV, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Sear type 3 monogram within wreath; cross above, S or retrograde S below. MIB I 53 var.; BN 8-11 var. SB 254. TextFull Size
SB 254 varJustinian I. 527-565. AR Half Siliqua (13mm, 1.13 g. Carthage mint. Struck 537-552 AD. Diademed, draped, and cuirassed bust right / AMD-like monogram; cross above, retrograde S below. MIB 53 var. (S not retrograde); SB 254 var. (ditto, and siliqua only).TextFull Size
SB 257Justinian I. AE Follis, Carthage. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed, undecorated bust right / Large M, star to left, cross above, cross to right, nothing below, mintmark KART. SB 257, MIB 185b. TextFull Size
SB 258Justinian I. AE Follis, Carthage. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed, undecorated bust right / Large M, star to left, cross above, cross to right, three dots below, mintmark KART. SB 258, MIB 185a. TextFull Size
SB 259Justinian I. AE Follis, Carthage. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right, cross or chi-rho on breast / Large M, star to left, cross above, cross to right, officina letter below, mintmark KART. SB 259, MIB 184. TextFull Size
SB 260Justinian I, AE Follis, Carthage. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, helmeted, cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe and shield with horseman motif, cross to right / Large M, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right, SO below, mintmark KAR. SB 260, DOC 291. TextFull Size
SB 261Justinian I, AE Follis, Carthage. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, helmeted, cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe and shield with horseman motif, cross to right / Large M, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right, S (or o over S) below, mintmark CAR. SB 261, MIB 195. TextFull Size
SB 266Justinian I, AE Half-Follis, Carthage. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, helmeted, cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe and shield with horseman motif, cross to right / Large K, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right, S below, mintmark CAR. SB266, DOC 289. TextFull Size
SB 269Justinian I, AE Decanummium, Carthage. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large I, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right, mintmark CAR. SB 269, MIB 199. TextFull Size
SB 271Justinian I, AE Decanummium, Carthage. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / VICTORIA AG, Victory advancing to front, wreath in right hand, cross on globe in left, mintmark star-X-star. SB 271, DOC 304. TextFull Size
SB 273Justinian I, AE Pentanummium, Carthage. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large Epsilon, II to right. SB 273, DOC 290. TextFull Size
SB 277Justinian I, AE 2 Nummi. Carthage. No legend, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right, cross behind, cross before / Large B. SB 277, MIB 190. TextFull Size
SB 278Justinian I, AE Nummus. Carthage. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / VOT XIII in two lines within wreath. SB 278, DOC 302. TextFull Size
SB 281Justinian I, AE Nummus. Carthage. Garbled legend, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right, T behind, star before / Large A. SB 281, DOC 309.TextFull Size
SB 282Justinian I, AE Nummus. Carthage. No legend, diademed bust facing / Large A, star to left, star to right, star below. Attributed to Justinian by Sear; to Justin II by Hahn. SB 282, DOC 310.TextFull Size
SB 283bJustinian I, AE Nummus, Carthage. Pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust facing / No legend, Large six-pointed star within wreath. SB 283b, MIB 211; Sabatier 126.TextFull Size
SB 283 varJustinian I, AE Nummus, Carthage. garbled legend, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust facing / No legend, Large six-pointed star (no wreath). SB 283b var, MIB 211 var. Sear and Sabatier both list this coin with a wreath on the reverse.TextFull Size
SB 285Justinian I, Half follis, 527-565 AD. minted in Constantine in Numidia. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, helmeted, cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe and shield / Large K, ANNO to left, cross above, (regnal year) XV to right. Mintmark: CON. SB 285, MIB 243 var.TextFull Size
SB 286Justinian I. AE Decanummium, Constantine in Numidia. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AV, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large I, cross to left, cross above, cross to right, mintmark CON. SB 286, DOC 316.TextFull Size
SB 288 BJustinian I. 527-565 AD. AV Solidus, 4.43 gm. Rome mint. Struck 537-542 AD. D N IVSTINIANVS P P AVG, diademed, helmeted, and cuirassed facing bust, holding cross on globe and shield / VICTORIA AVGGG R, angel standing facing, holding long cross and cross on globe; star (usually six points) in right field; mintmark CONOB. DOC I -; MIB I 30; SB 288B.TextFull Size
SB 290Justinian I. 527-565 AD. AV Solidus, 4.43 gm. Rome mint. Struck 537-542 AD. D N IVSTINIANVS P P AVG, diademed, helmeted, and cuirassed facing bust, holding cross on globe and shield / VICTORIA AVGGG and officina letter, angel standing facing, holding long cross and cross on globe; star (usually six points) in right field; mintmark ROMOB. DOC I 319; MIB I 28.TextFull Size
SB 291Justinian I. 527-565. AV Solidus (4.46 gm). Struck under Belasarius, 542-546. Rome mint. D N IVSTINIANVS P P AVG, diademed, helmeted, and cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe and shield / VICTORI-A AVCCC and officina letter, angel standing facing, holding long cross and cross on globe; star (usually six points) in right field; mintmark CONOB. MIB I 34; Cf. DOC I 320c.2; SB 291.TextFull Size
SB 292Justinian I. AE Follis. Rome. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large M, star left, cross above, star right, all within wreath. Mintmark ROMA. SB 292, DOC 321a.TextFull Size
SB 301Justinian I, AE Half-follis, Rome mint. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right, poorer style, large head, thick neck / Large K, star to left, cross to right, all within wreath. SB 301, DOC 325a.TextFull Size
SB 302Justinian I, AE Half-follis, Rome mint. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right, finer style, normal sized head and neck / Large K, star to left, cross to right, all within wreath. SB 302, DOC 325a.TextFull Size
SB 307Justinian I, AE decanummium, Rome mint. 527-565 AD. DN IVSTINIANVS P AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large I, star to left and right, all within wreath. No mintmark. SB 307, MIB 227.TextFull Size
SB 308Justinian I, AE Decanummium, Rome. 527-565 AD. DN IVSTINIANVS P AVG, helmeted and cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe and shield / Large I, star to left, star to right, all within wreath. SB308, MIB 228.TextFull Size
SB 309Justinian I, AE Pentanummium, 16mm. Rome mint. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large V within wreath. SB 309, DOC 327.TextFull Size
SB 314Justinian I AR 250 Nummi. Ravenna mint, ca 552-557 AD. DN IVSTINI ANVS PP AV, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large CN with pattern of dots, w, m, S, X or star below, all within wreath. Sear 314; MIB 59-67.Text

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Justinian I. 527-565. AR Half Siliqua. Ravenna mint. 552-565 AD. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AV, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large cross within wreath. SB 318.TextFull Size
SB 319Justinian I. 527-565. AR Half Siliqua (?), 1.35 g. Ravenna mint. 552-565 AD. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AV, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right, clothing decorated with three dots / Large Chi-Rho within wreath. DOC I 338; SB 319.TextFull Size
SB 320Justinian I, AR half-siliqua, Ravenna mint. 13mm, 0.66 gr. Abbreviated legend, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Chi-rho on globe, star to left and right. Sear Byz. 320; Ranieri 427.TextFull Size
SB 326Justinian I. AE Decanummium. 527-565 AD. Ravenna. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, helmeted, cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe and shield / Large I, ANNO to left, regnal year to right, all within wreath. No mintmark. SB 326, MIB 229.Text

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SB 328CJustinian I, AE Half-follis. Perugia mint. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AV, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / AND-like monogram (Sear type 4), S above, value K below. SB 328c, MIB 235; Ravenna Museum 2381.TextFull Size
SB 328DJustinian I. 527-565 AD. AV Solidus. 542-565 AD. Uncertain Balkan(?) mint. D N IVSTINI-ANVS P P AVG, helmeted and cuirassed facing bust, holding cross on globe and shield decorated with horseman / VICTORI-A AVGGG and officina letter, angel standing facing, holding long cross and cross on globe; star in right field. Mintmark CONOB. Sear 328D.Text

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SB 332Justinian I, AE decanummium, Salona mint. 552-565 AD. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large I, no legend or fieldmarks. SB 332, DOC 361.TextFull Size
SB 334Justinian I. 527-565 AD. AE Decanummium. Ravenna mint. Helmeted and cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe / Large cross with star in each angle; all within wreath. DOC II 366; MIB I 238; SB 334.TextFull Size
SB 337Justinian I. 527-565 AD. AE Pentanummium. ca. 13mm. Uncertain mint. DN IVSTINIANVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large V within wreath. SB 337, DOC 369.TextFull Size
SB 343Justinian I. 527-565 AD. AV Tremissis (1.37 gm). Carthagena mint. D N IVSTINIANVS P P AC, pearl diademed, draped, and cuirassed bust right / VICTORI-AVCVST, Victory walking right looking left, holding wreath and cross on globe; mintmark CONOB (retrograde). Crude semi-barbaric style. SB 343; MIB 27.TextFull Size
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SB 345Justin II AV Solidus. DN IVSTINVS PP AVG, helmeted facing bust, holding Victory on globe / VICTORIA AVCCC and officina letter, Constantinopolis enthroned facing, head right, holding sceptre and cross on globe; CONOB in ex.Text

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SB 346Justin II AV Solidus. DN IVSTINVS PP AVG, helmeted facing bust, beardless, holding Victory on globe / VICTORIA AVCCC and officina letter, Constantinopolis enthroned facing, head right, holding sceptre and cross on globe; star in field to left; mintmark CONOB. SB 346; DO 5.TextFull Size
SB 347Justin II AV Solidus. DN IVSTINVS PP AVG, helmeted facing bust, beardless, holding Victory on globe / VICTORIA AVCCC and officina letter, Constantinopolis enthroned facing, head right, holding sceptre and cross on globe; cross in field to left; mintmark CONOB. SB 347; DO 6.TextFull Size
SB 351Justin II. 565-578 AD. AV Lightweight Solidus (3.72 gm). Helmeted and cuirassed bust facing, holding Victory on globe and shield / VICTORIA AVGGG and officina letter, Constantinopolis seated facing, head right, wearing plumed helmet, holding spear and plain globe; mintmark OBXX. DOC I 9-11; SB 351.TextFull Size
SB 352Justin II. 565-578 AD. AV Semissis, 2.13 gm. Constantinople mint. DN IVSTINVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right VICTORIA AVGGG, Victory seated right, inscribing shield with stylus; star to left, reversed chi-rho to right; CONOB. DOC I 12; MIB II 10; SB 352.TextFull Size
SB 353Justin II. A.D. 565-578. AV Tremissis. 1.484 gr. Constantinople. DN IVSTI NVS PP AVI, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / VICTORIA AVGVSTORVM (sometimes ends with ORVH or ORVI), Victory advancing right, head left, holding wreath and cross on globe; star in right field; mintmark CONOB. DO 13-14; SB 353.TextFull Size
SB 360Justin II and Sophia, AE Follis. DN IVSTINVS PP AVG, Justin on left holding cross on globe and Sophia on right, holding sceptre topped by cross, both nimbate, seated facing on double-throne / Large M, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right, officina letter below, mintmark CON. SB 360, MIB 43. (492 (!) combinations known).Text

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SB 361Justin II and Sophia, AE Half Follis 565-578 AD, Thessalonica. DN IVSTINVS PP AVG, Justin left and Sophia right, seated facing on double-throne, both nimbate, Justin holding cross on globe, Sophia holding sceptre topped by cross / Large K, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right, officina letter below. (No mintmark on this series). SB 361, MIB 44. 77 Varieties/Combinations known.TextFull Size
SB 363Justin II AE decanummium, 565-578 AD. Constantinople mint. Justin II monogram (Sear type 8) / Large epsilon, officina letter to right. No mintmark. SB 363, DOC 60.Text

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SB 365Justin II, AE Half follis. Thessalonica. DN IVSTINVS PP AV, helmeted, cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe and shield (sometimes with cross to right) / Large K, ANNO to left, cross above, officina letter to right, mintmark TES. SB 365, MIB 68.TextFull Size
SB 365 varJustin II, AE Half Follis, Year 3 (567/568), Thessalonica. D N IVSTINVS P P AVG, Helmeted, cuirassed bust facing, holding Victory on globe and shield / Large K, ANNO to left, cross above, dot III to right. Mintmark TES. Sear 365v (holding Victory on globe instead of cross on globe).TextFull Size
Sear 366Justin II & Sophia AE Half Follis. 565-578 AD. Thessalonica mint. D N IVSTINVS P P AVG, Justin at left, Sophia at right, seated facing on double-throne, both nimbate, Justin holding cross on globe, Sophia holding sceptre / large K, ANNO to left, cross above, officina letter to right, mintmark TES. SB 366, MIB 70. TextFull Size
SB 366 type 2Justin II & Sophia AE Half Follis. 565-578 AD. Thessalonica mint. D N IVSTINVS P P AVG, Justin at left, Sophia at right, seated facing on double-throne, both nimbate, Justin holding cross on globe, Sophia holding sceptre, sometimes with cross between their heads / large K, ANNO to left, Q-cross-C above, officina letter below, mintmark TES. SB 366 (Type 2 with theta cross C above), MIB 70.TextFull Size
SB 369Justin II & Sophia AE Half Follis. 565-578 AD. Thessalonica mint. D N IVSTINVS P P AVG, Justin at left, Sophia at right, seated facing on double-throne, both nimbate, Justin holding cross on globe, Sophia holding sceptre, sometimes with cross between their heads, sometimes with vine pattern below / large M, ANNO to left, cross above, officina letter below, mintmark NIKO. SB 369, MIB 46 a,b. 66 combinations known.Text

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SB 369 (vine)Justin II & Sophia AE Half Follis. 565-578 AD. Nicomedia mint. D N IVSTINVS P P AVG, Justin II on left, Sophia on right, seated facing on double-throne, both nimbate, Justin holding cross on globe, Sophia holding sceptre, vine pattern below / large M, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year GIII to right, officina letter B below, mintmark NIKO. Sear Byzantine 369, MIB 46 a,b.TextFull Size
SB 370Justin II, AE Half Follis, Nicomedia. DN IVSTINVS PP AVG, Justin at left, Sophia at right, seated facing on double-throne, both nimbate, Justin holding cross on globe, Sophia holding sceptre, sometimes with cross between their heads / Large K, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right, mintmark NI. SB 370, MIB 47a-b.TextFull Size
SB 371Justin II, AE Pentanummium of Nicomedia. Monogram (Sear type 8) / large epsilon, N to right. SB 371, DOC 116.TextFull Size
SB 372Justin II and Sophia, AE Follis. Cyzicus. DN IVSTINVS PP AVG, Justin at left, Sophia at right, seated facing on double-throne, both nimbate, Justin holding cross on globe, Sophia holding sceptre topped with cross, sometimes with cross between their heads / Large M, ANNO to left, cross above, officina letter A or B below, regnal year to right, mintmark KYZ. SB 372, MIB 50. 125 combinations known.Text

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SB 373Justin II and Sophia, AE Half-Follis. Cyzicus. DN IVSTINVS PP AVG, Justin at left, Sophia at right, seated facing on double-throne, both nimbate, Justin holding cross on globe, Sophia holding sceptre, cross between their heads / Large K, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right, mintmark KYZ. SB 373, MIB 51. 22 combinations known.TextFull Size
SB 375Justin II, AE Pentanummium. Cyzicus. Monogram (Sear type 8) / Large epsilon, K to right. SB 375, DOC 137.TextFull Size
SB 376Justin II, AV lightweight solidus. Antioch mint, D N IVSTININVS AVI, helmeted and cuirassed bust facing, holding Victory on globe and shield / VICTORIA AVGGG QS, Constantinopolis seated facing, head right, holding spear and plain globe, mintmark OB star-cros-star. SB376, DO138, MIB8, Berk 66.TextFull Size
SB 379Justin II and Sophia, AE Follis. Antioch as Theopolis. Legend usually blundered, Justin left and Sophia right, seated facing on double-throne, both nimbate, each holding a long sceptre (sometimes topped by a cross) and, between them, a cross on globe / Large M, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right, officina letter below, mintmark THEUP', THEUPO or THEUPO'. SB 379, MIB 56-57. 133 combinations known.TextFull Size
Sear 379vJustin II and Sophia AE Follis. 14.50 gr, 33.06 mm. Antioch. 565-578 AD. Blundered legend ..RIPLSC..ONS CCSAD, Justin on left and Sophia on right, seated facing on double-throne, both nimbate, each holding a sceptre and holding long cross on globe between them / Large M, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year II/III to right, officina letter Gamma below, mintmark THEUP' in exergue. SB 379 var (year mark), MIB 56-57 var (year mark). Unlisted with this year mark.TextFull Size
SB 381Justin II and Sophia, AE Half-follis, Antioch. Legend usually illegible or blundered, Justin left and Sophia right, seated facing on double-throne, both nimbate, each holding a long sceptre (sometimes topped by cross) and holding a cross on globe between them / large K, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right, P (with bent shaft), e, or delta below. SB 381, MIB 59-60. 39 combinations known.TextFull Size
SB 382Justin II, AE Decanummium, Antioch as Theoupolis. D N IVSTI PP AVG, helmeted and cuirassed bust facing, holding Victory on globe and shield. cross in right field / Large I, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year I or II, sometimes with stars, to right, mintmark THUP or THEUP'. SB 382, DOC 147. 8 combinations known.TextFull Size
SB 383Justin II and Sophia, AE Decanummium, Antioch as Theopolis. Legend usually illegible or blundered, Justin on left and Sophia on right, seated facing on double-throne, both nimbate, each holding a long sceptre (sometimes topped by cross) and holding a large cross on globe between them / large I, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right (sometimes with star), mintmark THEUP. SB 383, MIB 63. 30 combinations known.TextFull Size
SB 386Justin II, AE Pentanummium. Antioch. Monogram (Sear type 9) / large epsilon, long cross to right. SB 385, DOC 185.TextFull Size
SB 389Justin II, AE 12 Nummi, Alexandria. DN IVSTNVS PP AV, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large I-cross-B, mintmark ALEZ. SB 389, DOC 188.TextFull Size
SB 391Justin II. 565-578 AD. AV Solidus, 4.44 gm. Carthage mint. D N IVSTINVS P P AV, diademed, helmeted, and cuirassed facing bust, holding cross on globe and shield / VICTORIA AVGGG and officina letter, Constantinopolis seated facing, head right, holding spear and cross on globe; mintmark CONOB. DOC I 190d; Morrisson, Carthage 15-17; MIB II 18b; SB 391.TextFull Size
SB 395Justin II and Sophia, AE half follis, Carthage mint. 573 AD. DN IVSTINO ET SOFIA AC, Crowned busts of Justin and Sophia facing, cross between them, VITA below / Large K, ANNO to left, cross above, VIII to right, S below. Mintmark KAR. Sear 395; Hahn MIB 76.TextFull Size
SB 396Justin II and Sophia, AE Half-follis, Carthage. DN IVSTINO ET SOFIE, Justin on left and Sophia on right, seated facing on double-throne, each resting right hand on knee, cross between their heads, VITA below / No legend, two Victories facing each other holding shield decorated with star between them, cross above. K (sometimes retrograde) over NM below. SB 396, DOC 203.TextFull Size
SB 397Justin II, AE Decanummium, Carthage. DN IVSTINVS PP A, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large X, P over R to left, cross above, ANNO to right, star below, mintmark CAR. SB 397, DOC 192.TextFull Size
SB 399Justin II, AE Decanummium, Carthage. DN IVSTINVS PP, helmeted, cuirassed bust facing, holding shield / large I, V over S to left, sometimes with dot-dot above, TI over NI to right (thus forming the name IVSTINI), no mintmark. SB 399, MIB 79.TextFull Size
SB 400Justin II and Sophia, AE Decanummium, Carthage. DN IVSTINO ET SOFIA AG (usually garbled or illegible), Facing busts of Justin (helmeted and cuirassed) and Sophia (crowned and draped), cross between their heads, VITA below / Large I, N to left, M to right. SB 400, DOC 200.TextFull Size
SB 404Justin II and Sophia, AE Half-follis, Rome mint. DN IVSTINVS PP AVG, Justin on left holding cross on globe and Sophia on right holding cross (sometimes cross-tipped sceptre), both nimbate, seated facing on double throne, sometimes with cross between their heads / Large XX, cross above, mintmark ROM. SB 404, DOC 207.TextFull Size
SB 405Justin II (565-578). AE Pentanummium. Rome mint. 1.68g. DN IVSTINI PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large V, star above, all within wreath. SB 405, DOC 209, MIB 84.TextFull Size
SB 410Justin II. 565-578 AD. AV Tremissis, 1.48 gm. Ravenna mint. DN IVSTINVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right (heavy annular border) / VICTORIA AVGVSTORVM (or AVGVSTORVN), Victory advancing right, head left, holding wreath and cross on globe; six-pointed star to right; mintmark CONOB. DOC I 212; SB 410.TextFull Size
SB 411Justin II. 565-578 AD. AR 250 Nummi, 0.56 gm. Ravenna mint. D N IVSTINVS P P AV, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large CN; star below; all within wreath. DOC I 213a; MIB II 40 (Rome); SB 411.TextFull Size
SB 412Justin II, 565-578 AD. AR Half Siliqua, 0.72 gm. Ravenna mint. D N IVSTINVS P P AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large chi-rho with forked base, star to left and right below; all within wreath. DOC I 215; MIB II 41; SB 412.TextFull Size
SB 413Justin II, 565-578 AD. AR Quarter Siliqua, 0.37 gm. Ravenna mint. D N IVSTINVS P AV, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large chi-rho with globe at base; all within wreath. SB 413; MIB 41.TextFull Size
SB 416AJustin II, 565-578 AD. AV Solidus. 4.50 gm. Mint in Sicily mint. D N IVSTINVS P P AVG, helmeted and cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe and and shield with horseman motif, all within heavy annular border / VICTORIA AVGGG and officina letter, Constantinopolis, helmeted, seated facing, head right, holding spear and cross on globe; mintmark CONOB. MIB 21 (Ravenna); Hahn, (The Monte Judica Hoard) 88; Berk 72D; SB 416A.TextFull Size
SB 416CJustin II. 565-578 AD. AV Semissis, 2.21 gm. Mint in Sicily. SN IVSTINVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / VICTORIA AVGGG (or VITORIA..), Victory seated right, inscribing shield; star to left, reversed chi-rho to right; mintmark CONOB. DOC I 211 (Ravenna); MIB 24 (Ravenna); SB 416C.TextFull Size
Sear 416EJustin II AV Tremissis. Mint in Sicily. DN IVSTINVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Victory advancing left with wreath and cross on globe, star right; mintmark CONOB. SB 416E. TextFull Size
SB 416Justin II, AE Pentanummi, Ravenna mint. DN IVSTINVS PP AV, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large epsilon, long cross to right. SB 416, DOC 217.TextFull Size
SB 417Justin II and Tiberius II. 26 September- 5 October 578 AD. AV Solidus. Constantinople mint. DN IVSTINI ET CONSTAN PP AVG, crowned and draped busts of Justin and Tiberius facing, cross between their heads / VICTORI A AVCCC Z, angel standing facing, holding cross on globe and long staff surmounted by chi-rho; mintmark CONOB. SB 417; MIB 1.TextFull Size
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Note: The facing consular busts of Tiberius II and Maurice Tiberius are very similar. The best way to distinguish between them is the ornament on the crown. Tiberius II (regnal years 4 to 8) has a cross, whilst Maurice Tiberius (regnal years 1 to 8) has a trefoil pattern.
SB 420Tiberius II Constantine (AD 578-52). AV solidus (4.44 gm). Constantinople. CONSTANT AUG UIU FELIX, crowned bust facing, wearing consular robes, holding mappa and eagle-tipped sceptre with cross / VICTOR TI-bERI AUG, cross potent on three steps, mintmark CONOB. Berk 75. DO 2. MIB 2. Sear 420.TextFull Size
SB 421Tiberius II Constantine. 578-582 AD. AV Solidus 4.43 gm. Constantinople mint. Consular issue of 579 AD. CONSTANT AGG UIU FELIX, crowned bust facing, wearing consular robes, holding mappa and eagle-tipped sceptre with cross / VICTOR TIbERI AVG, cross potent on four steps; mintmark CONOB. SB 421.TextFull Size
SB 422Tiberius II Constantine. 578-582 AD. AV Solidus. Dm TIb CONS-TANT P P AVI, crowned and cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe and shield decorated with horseman motif / VICTORI-A AVGG and officina letter, cross potent on three steps; mintmark CONOB. DOC I 4b; MIB 4; BN 3; SB 422.TextFull Size
SB 425Tiberius II. 578-582 AD. AV Tremissis, 1.47 gm. Constantinople mint. DM CONSTANTINVS PP AG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / VICTOR TIBERI AUS, cross potent; mintmark CONOB. DOC 7; SB 425.TextFull Size
SB 430Tiberius II. 578-582 AD. AE Follis. Constantinople mint. dM TIb CONSTANT PP AVG, crowned and mantled bust facing, holding mappa and eagle-tipped sceptre, cross above eagle / Large m, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year V, G, GI or GII to right, mintmark CON and officina letter. SB 430, MIB 25.Text

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SB 432Tiberius II Constantine, AE Three-Quarter Follis (30 Nummi), 578-582 AD, Constantinople mint. d m TIb CONS_TANT P P AVG, Crowned, draped and cuirassed bust facing / Large XXX, cross above, mintmark CON and officina letter. SB 432, MIB 27.TextFull Size
SB 434Tiberius II. 578-582 AD. Half follis, Constantinople. DM TIB CONTANT PP AV, crowned and cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe and shield / Large XX, cross above, mintmark CON and officina letter. SB 434, DOC 17.TextFull Size
SB 435Tiberius II. 578-582 AD. Half follis, Constantinople. DM TIB CONTANT PP AV, crowned and cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe and shield / Large XX, cross above, mintmark CON. SB 435, MIB 29.TextFull Size
SB 436Tiberius II, AE Decanummium, Constantinople. DM TIB CONTAN PP AVI, crowned, draped and cuirassed bust facing / Large X, cross above. no mintmark. SB 436, DOC 20.TextFull Size
SB 438ATiberius II, AE Pentanummium, Constantinople. DM TIB PP AVI, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large U, no fieldmarks or mintmark. SB 438A, DOC 22.TextFull Size
SB 441Tiberius II, AE follis, Nicomedia. DM TIb CONSTANT PP AVG, crowned, mantled bust facing, holding mappa and eagle-tipped sceptre, sometimes with cross above eagle / Large m, ANNO left, cross above, regnal year to right, mintmark NIKOA. SB 441, MIB 35.Text

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SB 443Tiberius II, AE half- follis, Nicomedia. 578-582 AD. dM TIb CONSTANT PP AVG, crowned and cuirassed bust facing / Large XX, cross above, mintmark NIKOA or NIKOB. SB 443, DOC 33.TextFull Size
SB 445Tiberius II, AE Three-quarter follis, Cyzicus. 578-582 AD. DM TIb CONSTANT PP AVI, crowned, draped and cuirassed bust facing / Large XXX, cross above, regnal year to right, mintmark KYZA or KYZB. SB 445, DOC 37.TextFull Size
SB 446Tiberius II, 578-582 AD. AV Light Weight Solidus 4.11 gm. Antioch mint. O m TIb CONS-TANT P P AVG, helmeted and cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe and and shield / VICTORI-A AVGG and officina letter; mintmark OB cross star. DOC I 38; MIB 5 (Constantinople); SB 446.Text

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SB 448Tiberius II Constantine, AE follis, Antioch mint, 578-582 AD. Blundered legend, M TIC CONOSOV TONZITY PP TIV, crowned and cuirassed bust facing, cross on crown, holding mappa and eagle-tipped sceptre / Large m (lower case), ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year GII to right, mintmark THEUP'. SB 448, Hahn MIB 47.TextFull Size
SB 452Tiberius II Constantine, AE Half Follis, Antioch. blundered legend, crowned, mantled bust facing, cross on crown, holding mappa and eagle-tipped sceptre / Large X dot X, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right, mintmark retrograde e. SB 452, MIB 54.TextFull Size
SB 455Tiberius II Constantine, AE Decanummium, Antioch mint, 578-582 AD. dN TIO CONTAT PP A, crowned, cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe and shield, cross in right field / Large X, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year (here U for V) in right field, e below. SB 455, DOC 51.TextFull Size
SB 457Tiberius II Constantine. AE Decanummium, 578-582 AD. Antioch. ..ANT.., illegible legend, crowned, mantled bust facing, with cross on crown, holding mappa and eagle-tipped sceptre / Large X, ANNO to left, cross above, VII to right, Q-shaped e below. SB 457, MIB 59.TextFull Size
SB 462Tiberius II Constantine, 578-582 AD. AV Solidus 4.44 gm. Carthage mint. DN (or DM) Tib CONSTANT PP AV (or AVG), Crowned, cuirassed bust facing, cross on crown with (o) beneath the cross, holding cross on globe and shield / VICTORIA AVGG and regnal year, cross potent on four steps; mintmark CONOB. DOC I 58b; MIB II 13; SB 462.TextFull Size
SB 467Tiberius II Constantine, AE half-follis, Rome mint, 578-582 AD. DM TIB CONSTANT PP A, Crowned, cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe and shield / Large X-dot-X, cross above. Mintmark ROM. Sear Byz 467, DOC 61.TextFull Size
SB 468Tiberius II Constantine, 578-582 AD. AV Solidus 4.41 gm. Ravenna mint. DM Tib CONSTANT PP AVG or similar, crowned and cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe and shield; heavy annular border / VICTORIA AVGG and regnal year, cross potent on four steps; mintmark CONOB. DOC I 62; MIB II 15; SB 468.TextFull Size
SB 470Tiberius II Constantine, 578-582 AD. AV Tremissis 1.51 gm. Ravenna mint. Dm COSTANTINVS PP AV, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right, heavy annular border / UICTOR TIbERI AVS, cross potent; mintmark CONOB. DOC 64; MIB I 17; SB 470.TextFull Size
SB 472Tiberius II Constantine, 578-582 AD. AE Decanummium, Ravenna. DM TIb CONSTANT PP AVG, crowned and cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe / Large I, cross to left, cross to right, all within wreath. SB 472, DOC 66.TextFull Size
MAURICE TIBERIUS
SB 474Maurice Tiberius. 582-602 AD. AV Consular Solidus 4.43 gm. Struck 583 or 602 AD. D N MAVRC TIb P P AVC, Maurice as consul seated facing, holding mappa and cross / VICTORI A AVGG and officina letter, Victory standing facing, holding cross on globe and long staff surmounted by chi-rho; mintmark CONOB. DOC I 2c; SB 474.TextFull Size
SB 477Maurice Tiberius, 582-602 AD, AV solidus (4.47 gm). Constantinople, ca. AD 582. D N MAVRIC TIbER PP AVI, crowned, cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe and shield / VICTORI-A AVGG and officina letter, angel standing facing, holding staff surmounted by Chi-Rho in right hand and cross on globe in left, mintmark CONOB.. Berk 81. Cf. DO 4 (officina Z). MIB 5. Sear 477.Text

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SB 478Maurice Tiberius, 582-602 AD, AV solidus (4.45 gm). Constantinople, ca. AD 583-601. D N MAVRC TIb PP AVI, cuirassed bust facing wearing plumed helmet, holding cross on globe / VICTORI-A AVGG and officina letter, angel standing facing, holding long, P-headed cross and cross on globe, mintmark CONOB. DOC I 5a; SB 478.Text

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SB 480Maurice Tiberius, 582-602 AD, AV solidus (4.45 gm). Constantinople, ca. AD 583-601. D N MAVRC TIb PP AVI, cuirassed bust facing wearing plumed helmet, holding cross on globe / VICTORI-A AVGG and officina letter, angel standing facing, holding long, P-headed cross and cross on globe, T in right field. mintmark CONOB. DOC I 6d; SB 480.TextFull Size
SB 481Maurice Tiberius, 582-602 AD, AV lightweight solidus (4.35 gm). Constantinople, ca. AD 583-601. D N MAVRC TIb PP AVI, cuirassed bust facing wearing plumed helmet, holding cross on globe, star in right field / VICTORI-A AVGG and officina letter, angel standing facing, holding long, P-headed cross and cross on globe, star in right field. mintmark CONOB. DOC I 7; SB 481.TextFull Size
SB 485Maurice Tiberius, 582-602 AD, AV semessis, 2.20g. D N MAVRI P P AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / VICTORIA AVGG, Victory advancing right, looking left, holding wreath and cross on globe; mintmark CONOB. MIB 17a; SB485.TextFull Size
SB 486Maurice Tiberius, 582-602 AD, AV semessis, 2.20g. D N MAVRICI P P AVI, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / VICTORIA AVGG, Victory advancing right, looking left, holding wreath and cross on globe; mintmark CONOB. DOC I 12; MIB II 17a; SB 486.TextFull Size
SB 488Maurice Tiberius, 582-602 AD, AV tremessis, 1.44g. dN TibE R PP AV, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / VICTORI MAVR AVG, cross potent; mintmark CONOB. SB 488.TextFull Size
SB 488Maurice Tiberius, AV tremessis, 1.48 g, 15.34 mm, 582-602 AD. dN TibER PP AV, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / VICTOR MAVRI AVG, cross potent; mintmark CONOB. SB 488; MIB 20; DOC 14.TextFull Size
SB 492Maurice Tiberius, 582-602 AD, AE Follis. Constantinople. DN TIbER mAVRC PP AVI or DN mAVRIC TIBER PP AVI, crowned, cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe and shield / Large M, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right, officina letter below, mintmark CON. SB492, DOC 20.TextFull Size
SB 493Maurice Tiberius, 582-602 AD, AE Follis. Constantinople. DN MAVRCI PP AVG, crowned, draped and cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe and shield / Large M, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year II or III to right, officina letter below, mintmark CON (or COM). SB 493, MIB 65c.TextFull Size
SB 494Maurice Tiberius, 582-602 AD, AE Follis. Constantinople. DN MAVRIC TIBER PP AVG, Helmeted and cuirassed (or crowned and cuirassed) bust facing, holding cross on globe and shield, sometimes with cross to right / Large M, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right, officina letter below; mintmark CON. SB 494, MIB 65d-67d. 348 known combinations.Text

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SB 495Maurice Tiberius, 582-602 AD, AE Follis. Constantinople. DN MAVRICI TIBER PP AVG, crowned and mantled bust facing, holding mappa and eagle-tipped sceptre, sometimes a cross above the eagle, sometimes a cross in left and right fields / Large M, ANNO to left, chi-rho above, regnal year to right, officina letter below; mintmark CON. SB 495, MIB 68D. 30 different combinations known.TextFull Size
SB 496aMaurice Tiberius, Constantinople, AE half-follis, 21mm, 4.30g. ON MAVRC PP AV or similar, crowned and cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe and shield / Large K, ANNO to left, regnal year (II to IIII) in right field, cross above, officina letter A to epsilon below. (24 combinations known.) SB 496a; BMC 83.TextFull Size
SB 497Maurice Tiberius, 582-602 AD, AE Half-Follis. Constantinople. DN MAVR TIBER PP AV or similar, helmeted and cuirassed or crowned and cuirassed bust facing, sometimes with cloak drawn over left shoulder, holding cross on globe, sometimes also with shield / Large K, ANNO to left, cross, or P-headed cross, or chi-rho or P over star above, regnal year to right, officina letter below; mintmark CON. SB 497, BMC 71. (1,491 known combinations.)TextFull Size
SB 498Maurice Tiberius, 582-602 AD, AE Decanummium, Constantinople. DN TIBER PP AV, crowned, draped and cuirassed bust facing / Large I, star to left, cross above, officina letter to right, mintmark CON. SB 498, DOC 64.TextFull Size
SB 501Maurice Tiberius, 582-602 AD, AE Pentanummium. Constantinople. DN TIBER PP AV, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large epsilon, officina letter to right, no field- or mintmarks. SB 501, DOC 68a. (Note: DN MAVRIC PP = SB 501A, MIB 74c; DN MAV TIBE PP A= SB 501B, MIB 74d).TextFull Size
SB 502Maurice Tiberius, 582-602 AD, AV Solidus. Thessalonica. DN MAVRC (or MAVRIC) TIb PP AVG, helmeted, draped and cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe / VICTORIA AVGG and regnal year, angel standing facing, holding long staff surmounted by chi-rho, and cross on globe; mintmark CONOB. SB 502; MIB 21.TextFull Size
SB 509Maurice Tiberius, 582-602 AD, AE Half follis. Thessalonica. DN MAVRC TIB PP AVG, helmeted and cuirassed or crowned and cuirassed bust facing, sometimes with cloak drawn over left shoulder, holding cross on globe, sometimes also with shield / Large K, ANNO to left, cross above, officina letter to right, mintmark TE, TES. TEC or TH. SB 509, MIB 112D-113D. (336 combinations known).TextFull Size
SB 511Maurice Tiberius, AE Follis. Nicomedia. 582-602 AD. DN TIBERI MAVRC PP AV (or similar), crowned and cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe and shield, (cross to right ?) / Large M, ANNO to left, cross above, III to right, B below, mintmark NIKO. SB 511, DOC 91-94.TextFull Size
SB 512Maurice Tiberius, 582-602 AD, AE Follis. Nicomedia mint. DN MAVRIC TIbER PP A (often shortened or garbled), helmeted and cuirassed or crowned and cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe and shield / Large M, ANNO to left, cross or chi-rho above, regnal year to right, officina letter below; mintmark NIKO. Note: These coins are sometimes struck on folles of earlier rulers. Sear Byz 512, MIB 75D, 76D, 78D var (110 combinations known).TextFull Size
SB 518Maurice Tiberius, 582-602 AD, AE Follis, Cyzicus. DN TIBER MAVRIC PP A, helmeted and cuirassed or crowned and cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe and shield / Large M, ANNO to left, cross or P over star above, regnal year III and later to right, officina letter A or B below; mintmark KYZ. (Note: regnal year I and II = SB 517). SB 518, MIB 84d, 85d, 87d. 132 combinations known. TextFull Size
SB 519Maurice Tiberius, AE33 Follis, Cyzicus, 582-602 AD. ON MAVRICI TIbER PP AV, crowned bust facing wearing imperial mantle, holding mappa and eagle-tipped sceptre, cross above eagle / large M, ANNO to left, P over star above, year XX to right, A below, mintmark KYZ. SB 519, MIB 86d.TextFull Size
SB 522Maurice Tiberius, 582-602 AD, AE Decanummium. Cyzicus. DN MAVRIC PP AV, crowned and cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe and shield / Large I, star to left, cross above, officina letter A or B to right; mintmark KYZ. SB 522A, DOC 147 (with DN MAVRIC TIBER PP AV = SB 522B, DOC 148).TextFull Size
SB 524Maurice Tiberius, 582-602 AD, AV Solidus (21mm, 4.47 gm). Antioch. O N MAVRC TIb PP AVI, broad aspect, pearl-diademed, helmeted, draped, and cuirassed bust facing, holding globe on cross; helmet plumed / VICTORIA AVGG and officina letter, angel standing facing, holding long cross surmounted by chi-rho and cross on globe; mintmark CONOB. DOC I 149; SB 524.Text

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SB 525Maurice Tiberius, 582-602 AD, AV Solidus (21mm, 4.47 gm). Antioch. O N MAVRC TIb PP AVI, broad aspect, pearl-diademed, helmeted, draped, and cuirassed bust facing, holding globe on cross; helmet plumed / VICTORIA AVGG and officina letter, angel standing facing, holding long cross surmounted by chi-rho and cross on globe; I in right field; mintmark CONOB. BMC 4 (Constantinople); SB 525.TextFull Size
SB 526Maurice Tiberius, 582-602 AD, AV Solidus (21mm, 4.47 gm). Antioch. O N MAVRC TIb PP AVI, broad aspect, pearl-diademed, helmeted, draped, and cuirassed bust facing, holding globe on cross; helmet plumed / VICTORIA AVGG and officina letter, angel standing facing, holding long cross surmounted by chi-rho and cross on globe; K in right field; mintmark CONOB. MIB 9 (Constantinople); SB 526.TextFull Size
SB 528Maurice Tiberius, 582-602 AD, AV lightweight Solidus. (4.35 gm) Antioch. O N MAVRC TIb PP AVI, broad aspect, pearl-diademed, helmeted, draped, and cuirassed bust facing, holding globe on cross; helmet plumed; star in right field / VICTORIA AVGG and officina letter, angel standing facing, holding long cross surmounted by chi-rho and cross on globe; star in right field; mintmark CONOB. MIB 13a (Constantinople); SB 528.TextFull Size
SB 529Maurice Tiberius, AV light weight solidus (22 siliquae), 4.05 g 21.31 mm, 582-602 AD, Antioch. ON MAVRC TIb PP AVI, helmeted, draped, and cuirassed facing bust, holding cross on globe / VICTORIA AVGG QS, angel standing facing, holding long cross and globe; in exergue, OBX star. MIB 13a; Sear 529.TextFull Size
SB 532Maurice Tiberius, 582-602 AD, AE Follis. Antioch as Theopolis. Garbled legend, crowned and mantled bust facing, trefoil or \|/ pattern on crown, holding mappa and eagle-tipped sceptre / Large m, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right;(no letter below), mintmark THEUP'. SB 532, MIB 95.TextFull Size
SB 533Maurice Tiberius, 582-602 AD, AE Follis. Antioch as Theopolis. DN MAV G I CN P AVG or DM TIV CONSTAN PP AVI (often garbled), crowned and mantled bust facing, trefoil or \|/ pattern on crown, holding mappa and eagle-tipped sceptre / Large m, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right, officina letter below, mintmark THEUP'. SB 533, MIB 96A, 96C. (150 combinations known)TextFull Size
SB 535Maurice Tiberius, 582-602 AD, AE Half Follis. Antioch as Theopolis. DN MAV G I CN P AVG (often garbled), crowned and mantled bust facing, trefoil or \|/ pattern on crown, holding mappa and eagle-tipped sceptre / Large K, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right, R or e below. SB 535, MIB 99C.TextFull Size
SB 536Maurice Tiberius, 582-602 AD, AE Decanummium. Antioch. blundered legend, crowned and mantled bust facing, trefoil or \|/ pattern on crown, holding mappa and eagle-tipped sceptre / Large X, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right, R or e or G below. SB 536, MIB 100. 29 combinations known.TextFull Size
SB 537Maurice Tiberius, 582-602 AD, AE Decanummium. Antioch. DN MAV CN P AV or blundered legend, crowned and mantled bust facing, trefoil or \|/ pattern on crown, holding mappa and eagle-tipped sceptre / Large I, A to left, cross above, regnal year to right, mintmark THEUP r THEUP'. SB 537, MIB 102. 25 combinations known.TextFull Size
SB 543Maurice Tiberius, AE 12 Nummi, Alexandria, 582-602 AD. DN IONITANTINVS PP, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large I-cross-B, mintmark ALEX. SB 543, MIB 106.TextFull Size
SB 545Maurice Tiberius, 582-602 AD, AE 12 nummi. Alexandria. DN MAVRIC PP AV or blundered legend, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right, holding cross before / Large I-cross-B, (sometimes with dot beneath cross), mintmark ALEZ. SB 545.TextFull Size
SB 549Maurice Tiberius, 582-602 AD, AV Solidus 4.47 gm. Carthage mint. D N mAVRI-C T P P AN and regnal year­, cuirassed bust facing, wearing plumed helmet, holding cross on globe / VICTORI-A AVGG and indictional year, angel standing facing, holding long P-headed cross and cross on globe; mintmark CONOB. DOC I 228; MIB II 25b; BN 10; SB 549.TextFull Size
SB 552Maurice Tiberius, 582-602 AD, AR Half Siliqua. Carthage. D. N. MAVRI. TIb. PP. AVI, helmeted, draped and cuirassed bust facing, cross above / + SALVS MVNDI, cross potent within a circle of dots. DOC I 240; MIB II 57; SB 552.TextFull Size
SB 553Maurice Tiberius, 582-602 AD, AR Half Siliqua, 0.97 gm. Carthage mint. DN MAVRIC PP, crowned bust facing, wearing consular robes, holding mappa and eagle-tipped sceptre with cross / A-w to left and right of cross potent on three steps within dotted border and all within laurel wreath. MIB II 61; SB 553.TextFull Size
SB 555vMaurice Tiberius, 582-602 AD, AR Quarter Siliqua 0.54 gm. Carthage mint. Helmeted facing bust; cross to left and right / M-A P-K at the four ends of a cross. DOC 242 var. (monogram); MIB III 63a var. (ditto); SB 555 var.TextFull Size
SB 557Maurice Tiberius, 582-602 AD, AE Follis, 18.17 gm. Carthage. DN MAVRI Tb PP AVAG, diademed, helmeted, and cuirassed facing bust, holding cross on globe / Large cross on globus; N to left, dot to left and right above, M to right, XX dot XX below. DOC I -; MIB III N117; SB 557.TextFull Size
SB 560Maurice Tiberius, 582-602 AD, AE half follis. Carthage. DN TIB MAVRICI P, crowned, cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe and shield / Large K, star to left, N-cross-M above, star to right, IND III below. SB 560, DOC 249.TextFull Size
SB 562vMaurice Tiberius, 582-602 AD, AE half follis. 4.52 gm. Carthage. D N MAVRI TIb PP AV, crowned, cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe and shield / X - cross potent on globe - X with dot above each X. Unpublished. Cf. MIB vol. III, N 117 (follis). Sear 562 var.TextFull Size
SB 563Maurice Tiberius, 582-602 AD, AE Decanummium 3.99 gm. Carthage. Helmeted and cuirassed bust facing / Wreath, N-M to left and right, cross above, X below. DOC I 245.5; MIB II 122; SB 563.TextFull Size
SB 566Maurice Tiberius, 582-602 AD, AE Decanummium 3.33 gm. Carthage. Pearl diademed, draped bust left; IND S below / Cross potent on base and two steps, N to left, M to right, X below. DOC I 255; MIB 126; SB 566.TextFull Size
SB 578Maurice Tiberius, 582-602 AD, AE Decanummium 3.91 gm. Constantine in Numidia. DN MAVRI Tb PP AVG, crowned and cuirassed bust facing / Large I, star to left, dot-cross-dot above, star to right; mintmark CON. SB 578, DOC 262.TextFull Size
SB 579Maurice Tiberius, AE Pentanummium, Constantine in Numidia, 582-602 AD. DN MAVRI Tb PP AVG, crowned, cuirassed bust facing / Large chi-rho, dot to lower left and right. Epsilon below. SB 579, DOC 263.TextFull Size
SB 581Maurice Tiberius, 582-602. AE Decanummium. Catania. DN MAVRC TIb PP AVH, crowned, draped and cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe and shield / Large I, ANNO to left, regnal year to right. Mintmark CAT. SB 581, MIB 136D, 137D; Berk-449, Hahn-136.TextFull Size
SB 583Maurice Tiberius AE Decanummium, Syracuse mint. DN MAVR TIb PP AVG, helmeted, draped, cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe / Large X with SI-CI above and below, LI-A to left and right (spelling SICILIA). SB 583, DOC 281.TextFull Size
SB 583AMaurice Tiberius, AE Decanummium, 582-602 AD, Syracuse mint. DN TIbERI MAVRIC PP AV, helmeted, draped, cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe / Large I, ANNO to left, regnal year XXI to right. Mintmark CON. SB 583A, MIB 142.TextFull Size
SB 587Maurice Tiberius, AE Half follis, 582-602 AD, Rome mint. DN MAVRICI TIb PP AV, crowned, draped and cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe / Large XX, cross above. Mintmark ROM. SB 587, DOC 283.TextFull Size
SB 598Maurice Tiberius, 582-602 AD, AE Half Follis, Ravenna. DN MAVRC TIb PP AVG, Plumed-helmeted, draped and cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe / large K, R to right, cross above, A to right, VENN below (= RAVENN). SB 598, DOC 292.TextFull Size
SB 599Maurice Tiberius, 582-602 AD, AE Decanummium, Ravenna. DN MAVR Tib P AV, helmeted, draped and cuirassed bust right / Large I, star to left, star to right. SB 599, DOC 293.TextFull Size
SB 603Maurice Tiberius and Constantina, 582-602 AD, AE Follis. Cherson. XEPCWNOC, Maurice on left, holding cross on globe, Constantina on right, transverse sceptre topped by cross, both nimbate, standing facing / Large M, to left Theodosius standing facing, nimbate, holding staff topped by chi-rho or P-headed cross, cross above. (Note: This rare coin has been attributed by Sear, MIB and DOC to Maurice Tiberius and Constantia, whilst Anokhin attributes it to Justin II and Sophia) SB 603. DOC 297.TextFull Size
SB 605Maurice Tiberius and Constantina, 582-602 AD, AE Follis. Cherson. XEPCWNOC, Maurice on left, holding cross on globe, Constantina on right, transverse sceptre topped by cross, both nimbate, standing facing, cross between their heads / Large H, to left Theodosius standing facing, nimbate, holding staff topped by chi-rho or P-headed cross, cross above. (Note: Attributed by Sear, MIB and DOC to Maurice Tiberius and Constantia, and to to Justin II and Sophia by Anokhin.) SB 605, DOC 299.TextFull Size
SB 606Maurice Tiberius and Constantina, 582-602 AD, AE Follis. Cherson. XEPCWNOC, Maurice on left, holding cross on globe, Constantina on right, transverse sceptre topped by cross, both nimbate, standing facing, (no cross between their heads) / Large H, to left Theodosius standing facing, nimbate, holding staff topped by chi-rho or P-headed cross, cross above. (Note: Attributed by Sear, MIB and DOC to Maurice Tiberius and Constantia, and to to Justin II and Sophia by Anokhin.) SB 606, DOC 300.TextFull Size
SB 607Maurice Tiberius with Constantina and Theodosius, AE Follis or 8 pentanummia. 13.41g, Cherson, 590-593 AD. D N MAVRIC PP AVG, Maurice and the Empress Constantina, both nimbate, standing facing on dais side by side, the emperor holding cross on globe, the empress a cross-tipped sceptre / Large H with cross above, to left of which stands Theodosius facing, nimbate, holding long cross. DOC 303.2; MIB 157a; Sear 607.TextFull Size
SB 608Maurice Tiberius and Constantina, 582-602 AD, AE Half-Follis. XEPCWNOC, Maurice on left, holding cross on globe, Constantina on right, transverse sceptre topped by cross, both nimbate, standing facing, (no cross between their heads) / Large K, to left Theodosius standing facing, nimbate, holding staff topped by P-headed cross, cross above. (Note: Attributed by Sear, MIB and DOC to Maurice Tiberius and Constantia, and to Justin II and Sophia by Anokhin.) SB 608, DOC 298.TextFull Size
SB 610Maurice Tiberius with Constantina and Theodosius. AE half follis or 4 pentanummia (6.69g), Cherson. 593-596 AD. XERCONOC, Maurice and Constantina, both nimbate, standing facing side by side, Maurice holding cross on globe, Constantina holding a cross-tipped sceptre / Theodosius standing facing, large Delta to right, cross above. DOC 301; MIB 161b; Sear 610.TextFull Size
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Maurice Tiberius with Constantina and Theodosius. AE half follis or 4 pentanummia, Cherson mint. 593-596 AD. XERCONOC, Maurice and Constantina, both nimbate, standing facing side by side, Maurice holding cross on globe, Constantina holding a cross-tipped sceptre / Theodosius nimbate, standing, holding long staff topped by a P-headed cross, large Delta to right, cross above. DOC 301; MIB 161b; Sear 610.TextFull Size
THEODOSIUS, son of Maurice Tiberius
SB 614Theodosius. 590-602 AD. AR Half Siliqua 14mm, 0.44 g. Light weight issue. Carthage mint. Struck 597-602. Crowned, draped, and cuirassed bust facing / AME-NITA-S DEI in three lines; all within beaded border within wreath. DOC 305; MIBE 60; SB 614.TextFull Size
SB 615Theodosius, son of Maurice. 590-602 AD. AR Half Siliqua, 0.57 gm. Carthage. DN TEODOSIVS PP A, crowned, draped, cuirassed bust of Theodosius facing / Crowned facing busts of Maurice and Constantia, long cross between them, small crossed (sometimes dots) in fields to left and right. DOC I 307; MIB II 60; SB 615.TextFull Size
PHOCAS
SB 616Phocas. 602-610 AD. AV Solidus, 4.49 gm. Constantinople. dN FOCAS PERP AVG, draped and cuirassed facing bust, wearing crown with pendilia, holding cross on globe / VICTORIA AVGG and officina letter, angel standing facing, holding staff surmounted by christogram and cross on globe; mintmark CONOB. DOC II 1; MIB II 5; SB 616.TextFull Size
SB 617Phocas. 602-610 AD. AV Solidus, 4.49 gm. Constantinople. dN FOCAS PERP AVG, draped and cuirassed facing bust, wearing crown with pendilia, holding cross on globe / VICTORIA AVGG and officina letter, angel standing facing, holding staff surmounted by christogram and cross on globe; N to right; mintmark CONOB. DOC 2; MIB 6; SB 617.TextFull Size
SB 618Phocas. 602-610 AD. AV Solidus, 4.42 gm. Constantinople. ON FOCAS PERP AVG, draped and cuirassed facing bust, wearing crown without pendilia, holding cross on globe / VICTORIA AVGG and officina letter, angel standing facing, holding staff surmounted by christogram and cross on globe; mintmark CONOB. DOC II 5c; MIB II 7; SB 618.Text

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SB 620Phocas. 602-610 AD. AV Solidus, 4.49 gm. Constantinople. dN FOCAS PERP AVG, draped and cuirassed facing bust, wearing crown without pendilia, holding cross on globe / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, angel standing facing, holding staff surmounted by chi-rho and cross on globe; mintmark CONOB. DOC II 10e; MIB II 9; SB 620.Text

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SB 629Phocas, AV light weight solidus (20 siliquae), 602-610 AD, 3.66 g, 19.86 mm, Constantinople. ON FOCAS PERP AVC, crowned, draped and cuirassed bust facing, holding cross / VICTORIA AVGG delta, angel standing facing, holding long cross and cross on globe; in exergue, OBXX. Sear 629; MIB 22.TextFull Size
SB 631Phocas. 602-610 AD. AV Semissis, 2.15 gm. Constantinople. DN FOCAS (or FOCA) PER (or PERP) AVG, beardless, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / VICTORIA AVGU, Victory advancing right, holding wreath and globus cruciger; mintmark CONOB. DOC II 16; MIB II 25; SB 631.TextFull Size
SB 634Phocas. 602-610 AD. AV Tremissis (1.50 gm). DN FOCAS PP AVG, , beardless, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / VICTORI FOCAS AV, cross potent, mintmark CONOB. SB 634; DO 19.Text

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SB 638Phocas. 602-610 AD. AR Siliqua (2.13 gm). Constantinople, c. 607-609 AD. d N FOCAS PE[RP AVG], pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Cross potent between two palms. MIB 55. DO 23. Sear 638.TextFull Size
SB 639Phocas and Leontia. 602-610 AD. AE Follis. Constantinople. DM FOCAE PP AVG, Phocas on left, holding cross on globe and Leontia, nimbate, on right, holding sceptre topped by cross, standing, cross between their heads / Large m (lower case), ANNO to left, cross or P-headed cross above, officina I or II to right, mintmark CON and officina letter. 20 combinations known. SB 639, MIB 60a-b.TextFull Size
SB 640Phocas. 602-610 AD. AE Follis. Constantinople. DM FOCAE PP AVG, crowned, mantled bust facing, holding mappa and cross (or mappa and eagle-tipped sceptre), sometimes with cross to left or cross to left and right, or star to left / Large XXXX, ANNO above, regnal year to right, mintmark CON and officina letter. SB 640, MIB 61-62. 576 combinations known.TextFull Size
SB 641Phocas. 602-610 AD. AE Three-quarter follis. Constantinople. DM FOCAS PERP AVG, crowned, draped and cuirassed bust facing / Large XXX, cross above, regnal year to right, mintmark CON and officina letter. SB 641, MIB 63.TextFull Size
SB 643Phocas. 602-610 AD. AE Half follis. Constantinople. DM FOCA PERP AVG, crowned, mantled bust facing, holding mappa and cross / Large XX, cross above (star above = SB 644), mintmark CON and officina letter. SB 643, DOC 36.TextFull Size
SB 644Phocas, AE half follis, Constantinople, 602-610 AD. DN FOCA PERP AVG, crowned and mantled bust facing, holding mappa and cross / Large XX, star above. Mintmark CONB (known mintmarks CONA, CONB, CON gamma, CON delta, CON Epsilon). SB 644, DOC 37.TextFull Size
SB 645Phocas. 602-610 AD. AE 10 Nummi. Constantinople. DM FOCAS PERP AVG, crowned, cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe and shield / Large X, cross above, mintmark CON and officina letter. Overstruck on an earlier coin. SB 645, DOC 38.TextFull Size
SB 647Phocas, AE Pentanummium. Constantinople, AD 602-610. DN FOCAS PP AV, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right (unbearded) / Large U. Sear Byz 647; DOC 40.TextFull Size
SB 655Phocas and Leontia, Thessalonica, AE 23 Half-follis, 602-610 AD. DM FOCA ERP AVG, Phocas, left, robed and holding cross on globe and Leontia, right, nimbate, holding long cross, cross above, between their heads / Large XX, cross above. Mintmark TES. Sear Byzantine 655, DOC 51.TextFull Size
SB 656Phocas. 602-610 AD. AE Half-follis, Thessalonica. DN FOCAS PERP AVG, crowned, mantled bust facing, holding mappa and cross / large XX, cross above, mintmark TES. SB 656, DOC 52.TextFull Size
SB 658Phocas. 602-610 AD. AE Follis. Nicomedia. DM FOCA PER AVG, crowned (no pendilia), mantled bust facing, holding mappa and eagle-tipped sceptre / Large XXXX, regnal year III or IIII to right, mintmark NIKO and officina letter. SB 658, MIB 69a.TextFull Size
SB 659Phocas. 602-610 AD. AE Follis. Nicomedia. DM FOCA PER AVG, crowned (with pendilia), mantled bust facing, holding mappa and cross / Large XXXX, sometimes with star to left, regnal year III or IIII to right, mintmark NIKO and officina letter. SB 659, MIB 69 b-c.TextFull Size
SB 660Phocas. 602-610 AD. AE Three-quarter follis, Nicomedia. DN FOCAS PERP AVG, crowned, draped and cuirassed bust facing, holding nothing / Large XXX, cross above, regnal year V or VI to right; mintmark NIKOA or NIKOB. SB 660, MIB 70.TextFull Size
SB 663Phocas. 602-610 AD. AE Half follis, Nicomedia. DN FOCAS PERP AVG, crowned, mantled bust facing, holding mappa and cross / Large XX, cross above, regnal year to right; mintmark NIKOA or NIKOB or NIKA or NIKB. SB 663, MIB 731-b.TextFull Size
SB 664Phocas and Leontia. 602-610 AD. AE follis, Cyzicus. DN FOCA VNPER AV, Phocas on left, holding cross on globe and Leontia, nimbate, on right, holding vertical or transverse sceptre topped by cross, both seated or standing facing (often difficult to distinguish), cross on globe between their heads / Large m (lower case), ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right, mintmark KYZA or KYZB. SB 664, DOC 69.TextFull Size
SB 665Phocas. 602-610 AD. AE follis, Cyzicus. DN FOCAS PERP AVG, crowned, mantled bust facing, holding mappa and cross, cross in left field / Large XXXX, ANNO to left, regnal year to right, mintmark KYZA or KYZB. SB 665, MIB 76.TextFull Size
SB 666Phocas. 602-610 AD. AE Three-quarter follis, Cyzicus. DN FOCAS PERP AVG or similar, crowned, draped and cuirassed bust facing, holding nothing / Large XXX, cross above, regnal year to right, mintmark KYZA or KYZB. SB 666, MIB 77.TextFull Size
SB 668Phocas. 602-610 AD. AE half follis, Cyzicus. DN FOCAS PERP AVG or similar, crowned, mantled bust facing, holding mappa and cross / Large XX, cross above, mintmark KYZA or KYZB. SB 668, DOC 81.TextFull Size
SB 669Phocas. 602-610 AD. AE half follis, Cyzicus. DN FOCAS PERP AVG or similar, crowned, mantled bust facing, holding mappa and cross / Large XX, star or chi-rho above, mintmark KYZA or KYZB. SB 669, DOC 82.TextFull Size
SB 670Phocas. 602-610 AD. AE half follis, Cyzicus. DN FOCA PERP AVG or similar, crowned, mantled bust facing, holding mappa and cross / Large XX, cross above, regnal year II, III or IIII to right, mintmark KYZA or KYZB. SB 670, MIB 79.TextFull Size
SB 671Phocas and Leontia. 602-610 AD. AE follis, Antioch as Theopolis. DN FOCA NE PE AV or similar, Phocas on left, holding cross on globe and Leontia, usually but not always nimbate, on right, holding sceptre topped by cross, standing facing / Large m (lower case), ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year (sometimes with dot above) to right, mintmark THEUP'. SB 671, MIB 83a-b.Text

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SB 672Phocas. 602-610 AD. AE follis, Antioch as Theopolis. DN FOCA NE PE AV, crowned and mantled bust facing, holding mappa and eagle-tipped sceptre / Large m (lower case), ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year VII or VIII to right, mintmark THEUP'. SB 672, MIB 84a.TextFull Size
SB 672APhocas. 602-610 AD. AE follis, Antioch as Theopolis. DN FOCA NE PE AV, crowned and mantled bust facing, holding mappa and cross on globe / Large m (lower case), ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year VII or VIII to right, mintmark THEUP'. SB 672A, MIB 84b.TextFull Size
SB 673Phocas and Leontia. 602-610 AD. AE Half Follis. Antioch. ON FOCA NEPE AV, Phocas on left, holding cross on globe and Leontia on right, holding sceptre topped by cross, standing facing; cross between their heads / Large XX; ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right, mintmark e or C. DOC II 91; MIB II 85; SB 673.TextFull Size
SB 679Phocas, AE12 Nummi, Alexandria, 602-610 AD. ..AY AVG, unbearded, diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / I-cross-B. Mintmark ALEX. SB 679, DOC 106.TextFull Size
SB 680Phocas. 602-610 AD. AV Solidus, 4.43 gm. Carthage. DN FOCAC PERP A N (or AV N) and indictional year, crowned, mantled bust facing, (crown has pendilia), holding mappa and cross / VICTORIA AVGG and indictional year, angel standing facing, holding long staff surmounted by chi-rho and cross on globe; mintmark CONOB. DOC 107; MIB 31; SB 680.TextFull Size
SB 685Phocas. 602-610 AD. AE Half follis, Carthage. DN FOCA PERP AN S, crowned, mantled bust facing, holding mappa and cross / F-O-C-A in the four corners of a cross (sometimes with a dot to left and right), XX (or dot XX dot) below. SB 685, DOC 113.TextFull Size
SB 686Phocas, AE Half follis. Carthage. DN FOCAS PERP AVG, crowned and mantled bust facing, holding mappa and cross on globe / Large X-dot-X, (or X over dot-dot X over dot) star to left, cross above, epsilon to right; mintmark KRTG. SB 686, DOC 116.TextFull Size
SB 690Phocas, AE Pentanummium. Carthage. DN FOCAS PERP AV, crowned and mantled bust facing, holding nothing / N epsilon M, dot-cross-dot above and dot-cross-dot below. SB 690, MIB 101.TextFull Size
SB 705Phocas, AE follis. Ravenna. DN FOCAS PERP AVG, crowned, draped and cuirassed bust facing, holding mappa and cross on globe / XX -star- XX, ANN GI to left, mintmark RAV. SB 705, DOC 134.TextFull Size
SB 707Phocas, AE Half follis. Ravenna. DN FOCAS PERP AG, crowned, draped and cuirassed bust facing, holding cross / X-star-X; mintmark RAV. SB 707, DOC 135.TextFull Size
SB 708Phocas, AE Decanummium. Ravenna. DN FOCAS PERP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large X, R to left, star above, A to right, VEN below (=RAVEN for Ravenna). SB 708, DOC 133.TextFull Size
REVOLT OF THE HERACLII
SB 715Heraclius, time of Revolt 608-610, AE Decanummium, Carthage. ERACLIO CONSVLI, bare-headed, mantled bust facing, holding eagle tipped sceptre, cross above / Large X, dot over N over dot to left, cross above, dot over M over dot to right, star below. SB 715, DOC 8.TextFull Size
SB 716Heraclius, time of Revolt 608-610, AE Decanummium, Carthage. ERACLIO CONSVLI, bare-headed, mantled bust facing, holding eagle tipped sceptre, cross above / Large V, dot over star over dot to left, cross above, dot over star over dot to right. SB 716, DOC 9.TextFull Size
SB 717Heraclius, time of Revolt 608-610, AE 2 nummi, Carthage. No legend, bare-headed, mantled bust facing, dot to left and right / Large B, dot to left, dot to right. SB 717, MIB 15.TextFull Size
SB 719Heraclius, time of Revolt 608-610, AV Solidus. DN ERACLI CONSVLI BA - Facing busts of Heraclius, on left, beardless, and his father bearded, on right; both are bare-headed and wearing consular robes, cross between heads / VICTORIA CONSAB and indictional year, cross potent on three steps. SB 719, DO II 11, MIB II 3.TextFull Size
SB 722Heraclius and the Exarch Heraclius, time of the Revolt. 608-610 AD, AE Follis, Alexandretta mint. ERACLIO CONSULII, bare-headed and mantled facing busts of Heraclius, bearded, on the left and his father, the Exarch Heraclius, bearded on the right, cross between their heads / Large M, ANNO to left, cross above, year XIII or XIIII to right, A below; mintmark ALEXAND. SB 722, DOC 15-16.TextFull Size
SB 723Heraclius and the Exarch Heraclius, time of the Revolt. 608-610 AD, AE Follis, Alexandretta mint. ERACLIO CONSULII, crowned and mantled facing busts of Heraclius, bearded, on the left and his father, the Exarch Heraclius, bearded on the right, cross between their heads / Large M, ANNO to left, cross above, year XIIII to right, A below; mintmark ALEXAND. SB 723, DOC 17.TextFull Size
SB 724Heraclius and the Exarch Heraclius, time of the Revolt. 608-610 AD, AE Half Follis, Alexandretta mint. ERACLIO CONSULII, bare-headed and mantled facing busts of Heraclius, bearded, on the left and his father, the Exarch Heraclius, bearded on the right, cross between their heads / Large K, ANNO to left, cross above, year XIII or XIIII to right, A below; mintmark ALEXAND. SB 724, DOC 16n.TextFull Size
HERACLIUS
SB 730Heraclius. 610-641 AD. AV Solidus, 4.38 gm. Constantinople. dN hERACL-IVS PP AC, Draped and cuirassed bust facing, wearing plumed helmet and holding cross / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on two steps; mintmark CONOB. DOC II 2a; MIB 3; SB 730.TextFull Size
SB 731Heraclius. 610-641 AD. AV Solidus, 4.46 gm. Constantinople. dN hERACLIUS PP AVG, draped and cuirassed facing bust, with short beard, wearing crown with pendilia and plume, holding cross / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps; mintmark CONOB. DOC II 3b; MIB III 5; SB 731.Text

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SB 734Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine. 610-641 AD. AV Solidus, 4.49 gm. Constantinople. dd NN hERACLIUS ET hERA CONST PP AVG, facing busts of Heraclius with short beard, hair almost straight, on left, and Heraclius Constantine (bust much smaller), beardless on right, both wearing chlamys and elaborate crown with cross; cross between their heads / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps; mintmark CONOB. DOC II 8i; MIB III 8a; SB 734.Text

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SB 737Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine AV Solidus. 4.26 g, 20.37 mm. Constantinople mint, ca 613-616 AD. dd NN hERACLIUS ET hERA CONST PP AVG, facing busts of Heraclius, hair almost straight, with short beard on left and Heraclius Constantine (whose bust is much smaller), beardless, on right, each wearing chlamys and elaborate crown with cross, cross between their heads / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter Epsilon, cross potent on three steps; I in right field. Mintmark CONOB. SB 737; MOB 10; DO 10; BMC 22.TextFull Size
SB 738Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine. 610-641 AD. AV Solidus, Constantinople. dd NN hERACLIUS ET hERA CONST PP AVG, facing busts of Heraclius, with short beard and tufts of hair at ears, on left, and Heraclius Constantine, (much smaller) beardless on right, both wearing chlamys and simple crown with cross on circlet; cross between their heads / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps; mintmark CONOB. DOC 13; MIB 11-12; SB 738.Text

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SB 739Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine. 610-641 AD. AV Solidus, Constantinople. dd NN hERACLIUS ET hERA CONST PP AVG, facing busts of Heraclius, with short beard and tufts of hair at ears, on left, and Heraclius Constantine, (bust much smaller), beardless on right, both wearing chlamys and simple crown with cross on circlet; cross between their heads / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps; I in right field; mintmark CONOB. DOC II 14d; MIB 14; SB 739.TextFull Size
SB 743Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine. 610-641 AD. AV Solidus, Constantinople. dd NN hERACLIUS ET hERA CONST PP AVG, facing busts of Heraclius, with moustache, short beard and tufts of hair at ears, on left, and Heraclius Constantine, (bust almost same size), beardless on right, both wearing chlamys and simple crown with cross on circlet; cross between their heads / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, (sometimes with dot in left or right field), cross potent on three steps; mintmark CONOB. DOC 20; MIB 21-22; SB 743.Text

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SB 745Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine. 610-641 AD. AV Solidus, Constantinople. dd NN hERACLIUS ET hERA CONST PP AVG, facing busts of Heraclius, with moustache, short beard and tufts of hair at ears, on left, and Heraclius Constantine, (bust almost same size), beardless on right, both wearing chlamys and simple crown with cross on circlet; cross between their heads / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps; K in right field; mintmark CONOB. DOC 23; MIB 28; SB 745.Text

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SB 749Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine. 610-641 AD. AV Solidus, Constantinople. dd NN hERACLIUS ET hERA CONST PP AVG, facing busts of Heraclius, with long moustache, long beard and tufts of hair at ears, on left, and Heraclius Constantine, (bust almost same size), with light beard on right, both wearing chlamys and simple crown with cross on circlet; cross between their heads / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps; mintmark CONOB. DOC 26; MIB 29-30; SB 749.Text

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SB 751Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine. 610-641 AD. AV Solidus, Constantinople. dd NN hERACLIUS ET hERA CONST PP AVG, facing busts of Heraclius, with long moustache, long beard and tufts of hair at ears, on left, and Heraclius Constantine, (bust almost same size), with light beard on right, both wearing chlamys and simple crown with cross on circlet; cross between their heads / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps; K in right field; mintmark CONOB. DOC 30b-c; MIB 37a-b; SB 751.TextFull Size
SB 752Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine. 610-641 AD. AV Solidus, Constantinople. dd NN hERACLIUS ET hERA CONST PP AV, facing busts of Heraclius, with long moustache, long beard and tufts of hair at ears, on left, and Heraclius Constantine, (bust almost same size), with light beard on right, both wearing chlamys and simple crown with cross on circlet; cross between their heads / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps; H in right field; mintmark CONOB. DO 30a. MIB 35. Sear 752.TextFull Size
SB 753Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine AV Solidus, 4.42 g, 21.46 mm. Constantinople. 610-641 AD. dd NN hERACLIYS ET hERA CONS PP AVC, facing busts of Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine, (busts of similar sizes), each wears chlamys and crown with cross on circlet, Heraclius has a long beard and whiskers, his son has a slight beard and moustache; cross between their heads / VICTORIA AVGU followed by officina letter and T, Cross potent on base and three steps. Mintmark CONOB. SB 753; MIB 33; DO 28.TextFull Size
SB 758Heraclius, Heraclius Constantine and Heraclonas. 610-641 AD. AV Solidus, Constantinople. Heraclius, crowned, with long moustache and long beard in centre, Heraclonas, much smaller, wearing cap, on left, and Heraclius Constantine, (almost as tall as Heraclius), crowned, unbearded, on right, all wearing chlamys and holding cross on globe; cross in upper left field / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps; PTh monogram in right field; mintmark CONOB. DOC II 33; MIB III 39; SB 758.Text

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SB 759Heraclius, Heraclius Constantine and Heraclonas. 610-641 AD. AV Solidus, Constantinople. Heraclius, crowned, with long moustache and long beard in centre, Heraclonas, larger, wearing cap, on left, and Heraclius Constantine, (almost as tall as Heraclius), crowned, unbearded, on right, all wearing chlamys and holding cross on globe; cross in upper left field / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps; PTh monogram in left field; e in right field; mintmark CONOB. DOC 34; MIB 40; SB 759.TextFull Size
SB 764Heraclius, Heraclius Constantine and Heraclonas. 610-641 AD. AV Solidus, Constantinople. Heraclius, crowned, with long moustache and long beard in centre, Heraclonas, of almost equal height, crowned, on left, and Heraclius Constantine, of equal height, crowned, unbearded, on right, all wearing chlamys and holding cross on globe / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps; PTh monogram in left field; A in right field; mintmark CONOB. DOC 39; MIB 45; SB 764.TextFull Size
SB 767Heraclius, Heraclius Constantine and Heraclonas. 610-641 AD. AV Solidus, Constantinople. Heraclius, crowned, with long moustache and long beard in centre, Heraclonas, of almost equal height, crowned, on left, and Heraclius Constantine, of equal height, crowned, unbearded, on right, all wearing chlamys and holding cross on globe / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps; PTh monogram in left field; I over B in right field. Mintmark CONOB. SB 767; DO 41; MIB 48.TextFull Size
SB 768Heraclius, Heraclius Constantine and Heraclonas. 610-641 AD. Struck AD 638-639. Constantinople mint. Heraclius, crowned, with long moustache and long beard in centre, Heraclonas, of almost equal height, crowned, on left, and Heraclius Constantine, of equal height, crowned, unbearded, on right, all wearing chlamys and holding cross on globe / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter B, cross potent on three steps; PTh monogram in left field; I over B in right field; mintmark CONOBL. Sear Byz. 768; DOC 42.TextFull Size
SB 769Heraclius, Heraclius Constantine and Heraclonas. 610-641 AD. AV Solidus, Constantinople. Heraclius, crowned, with long moustache and long beard in centre, Heraclonas, of almost equal height, crowned, on left, and Heraclius Constantine, of equal height, crowned, unbearded, on right, all wearing chlamys and holding cross on globe / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps; PTh monogram in left field; mintmark CONOB. SB 769; DO 43; MIB 50.TextFull Size
SB 770Heraclius, Heraclius Constantine and Heraclonas. 610-641 AD. AV Solidus, Constantinople. Heraclius, crowned, with long moustache and long beard in centre, Heraclonas, of almost equal height, crowned, on left, and Heraclius Constantine, of equal height, crowned, unbearded, on right, all wearing chlamys and holding cross on globe / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps; PTh monogram in left field, epsilon in right field; mintmark CONOB. DOC 44a; MIB 53 (Heraclonas); SB 770.TextFull Size
SB 771Heraclius, Heraclius Constantine and Heraclonas. 610-641 AD. AV Solidus, Constantinople. Heraclius, crowned, with long moustache and long beard in centre, Heraclonas, of almost equal height, crowned, on left, and Heraclius Constantine, of equal height, crowned, unbearded, on right, all wearing chlamys and holding cross on globe / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps; PTh monogram in left field, K in right field; mintmark CONOB. MIB 52. Sear 771.TextFull Size
SB 773AHeraclius and Heraclius Constantine. 610-641 AD. AV lightweight solidus, 4.30 grams, 20.67 mm. Constantinople. dd NN hERACLIUS ET hERA CONST PP AVG (or similar), facing busts of Heraclius on left and Heraclius Constantine on right, each wearing chlamys and crown with cross; Heraclius has a long beard whilst Heraclius Constantine, whose bust is much smaller, has a short beard; cross above / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter delta, cross potent on three steps; mintmark CONOB. MIB 57; Sear 773A.TextFull Size
SB 775Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine. 610-641 AD. AV lightweight solidus, Constantinople. dd NN hERACLIUS ET hERA CONST PP AVG (or similar), Facing busts of Heraclius on left and Heraclius Constantine on right, each wearing chlamys and elaborate crown with cross; Heraclius has short beard whilst Heraclius Constantine, whose bust is much smaller, is beardless; cross above / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps; mintmark OB cross and star. MIB 59. Sear 775.TextFull Size
SB 779Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine. 610-641 AD. AV lightweight solidus, Constantinople. dd NN hERACLIUS ET hERA CONST PP AVG (or similar), Facing busts of Heraclius on left and Heraclius Constantine on right, each wearing chlamys and simple crown with cross; Heraclius has short beard whilst Heraclius Constantine, whose bust is much smaller, is beardless; cross above / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps; mintmark BOXX. DO 19; MIB 65; Sear 779.TextFull Size
SB 784Heraclius. 610-641 AD. AV Semissis, 2.14 gm. Constantinople. 610-613 AD. DN hERACLIUS (or hRACLIUS) PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / VICTORIA AVGU (sometimes with officina letter), cross potent on globe. DOC 51b; MIB 70; SB 784.TextFull Size
SB 785Heraclius. 610-641 AD. AV Semissis, 2.14 gm. Constantinople. 610-613 AD. DN hERACLIUS T PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / VICTORIA AVGU (sometimes with officina letter), cross potent on globe. DOC 52; MIB 72; SB 785.TextFull Size
SB 786Heraclius. 610-641 AD. AV Tremissis, 2.14 gm. Constantinople. 610-613 AD. DN hERACLIUS (or hRACLIUS) PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / VICTORIA AVGU (sometimes with officina letter), cross potent. DOC 53b; MIB 73a-b; SB 786.Text

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SB 787Heraclius. 610-641 AD. AV Tremissis, 2.14 gm. Constantinople. 610-613 AD. DN hERACLIUS T PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent. DOC 54; MIB 74; SB 787.TextFull Size
SB 795Heraclius, AR Hexagram, 615-638, Constantinople. dd NN hERACLIUS Et hERA CONSt, Heraclius on left and Heraclius Constantine on right, seated facing on double-throne, each holding cross on globe in right hand, small cross above / dEUS AdIUtA ROmANIS (sometimes ROIMANIS or ROMANIAS), Cross-potent on globe above three steps (no field marks). MIB 134; DO 61; SB 795.TextFull Size
SB 796Heraclius, AR Hexagram, 615-638, Constantinople. dd NN hERACLIUS Et hERA CONSt, Heraclius on left and Heraclius Constantine on right, seated facing on double-throne, each holding cross on globe in right hand, small cross above / dEUS AdIUtA ROmANIS (sometimes ROIMANIS or ROMANIAS), Cross-potent on globe above three steps; I in left field. MIB 138; DO 62; SB 796.TextFull Size
SB 797 Heraclius, AR Hexagram, 615-638, Constantinople. dd NN hERACLIUS Et hERA CONSt, Heraclius on left and Heraclius Constantine on right, seated facing on double-throne, each holding cross on globe in right hand, small cross above / dEUS AdIUtA ROmANIS (sometimes ROIMANIS or ROMANIAS), Cross-potent on globe above three steps; I in right field. DO 63. TextFull Size
SB 798Heraclius, AR Hexagram, 615-638, Constantinople. dd NN hERACLIUS Et hERA CONSt, Heraclius on left and Heraclius Constantine on right, seated facing on double-throne, each holding cross on globe in right hand, small cross above / dEUS AdIUtA ROmANIS, Cross-potent on globe above three steps; K in right field. MIB 140; DO 64; SB 798.TextFull Size
SB 801Heraclius, AR Hexagram, 615-638, Constantinople. dd NN hERACLIUS Et hERA CONSt, Heraclius on left and Heraclius Constantine on right, seated facing on double-throne, each holding cross on globe in right hand, small cross above / dEUS AdIUtA ROmANIS, Cross-potent on globe above three steps; monogram to left, I in left field. MIB 145; DO 67; SB 801.TextFull Size
SB 803Heraclius, AR Hexagram, 615-638, Constantinople. No legend, Heraclius, Heraclius Constantine and Heraclonas all standing facing, each holding cross on globe / dEUS AdIUtA ROmANIS, Cross-potent on globe above three steps; DOC II 68; SB 803.TextFull Size
SB 804Heraclius, AE Follis. Constantinople. 610-641 AD. dN hRACLIVS PeRP AVG, crowned and cuirassed or plumed-helmeted and cuirassed bust facing, bearded, holding cross on globe and shield / Large M, ANNO to left, cross above, I, II or III to right, officina letter below; mintmark CON. SB 804, MIB 158.TextFull Size
SB 805Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine, AE Follis. Constantinople. 610-641 AD. Heraclius, bearded, on left, and Heraclius Constantine, on right, standing facing, both crowned and cuirassed, both holding cross on globe, cross between their heads / Large M, ANNO to left, cross above, year III and later to right, officina letter below; mintmark CON. SB 805, MIB 159.TextFull Size
SB 806Heraclius, Heraclius Constantine and Martina, AE Follis. Constantinople. 610-641 AD. Martina on left, Heraclius, bearded, in centre, and Heraclius Constantine, on right, standing facing, all crowned and cuirassed, all holding cross on globe, cross to left and right of Heraclius' head / Large M, ANNO to left, cross above, year III and later to right, officina letter below; mintmark CON. SB 806, MIB 161.TextFull Size
SB 808Heraclius, Heraclius Constantine and Martina, AE Follis. Constantinople. 610-641 AD. Martina on left, Heraclius, bearded, in centre, and Heraclius Constantine, on right, standing facing, all crowned and cuirassed, all holding cross on globe, cross to left and right of Heraclius' head / Large M, P on h type monogram to left, ANNO above, regnal year to right, officina letter below; mintmark CON. SB 808, MIB 162a-b.TextFull Size
SB 810Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine. AE Follis. 610-641 AD. Constantinople. No legend, Heraclius, crowned and in military attire, with moustache and long beard, holding long cross, on left and Heraclius Constantine, crowned and wearing chlamys, with short beard, holding cross on globe, on right, both standing facing. Sometimes a monogram to left or right, or a K to right, sometimes a monogram between their heads / Large M, ANNO to left, cross or cross over C or Q or a monogram above, regnal year to right, officina letter below; mintmark CON (common) or CONQ (rare). (Note: there are 1,032 combinations of Sear 810!). SB 810, MIB 164-165.TextFull Size
SB 811Heraclius, Heraclius Constantine and Heraclonas. AE Follis. 610-641 AD. Constantinople. No legend, Heraclonas, crowned, wearing chlamys, and holding cross on globe on left, Heraclius, crowned, in military dress and holding long cross in centre, Heraclius Constantine, crowned, and wearing chlamys, with short beard and holding cross on globe, on right, all standing facing / Large M, ANNO to left, PTh monogram, resembling a chi-rho above, regnal year to right, officina letter below, mintmark CON. SB 811, MIB 166.Text

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SB 812Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine and Heraclonas. AE three-quarter follis. 610-641 AD. Constantinople. Heraclius, crowned (with pendilia), in military dress and holding long cross on left and Heraclius Constantine, crowned, and wearing chlamys, with short beard and holding cross on globe, on right, both standing facing, star between their heads, PTh monogram to left, K to right / Large L, ANNO to left, regnal year to right, officina letter below, mintmark CON. SB 812, DOC 117. sb0812TextFull Size
SB 813Heraclius. AE half follis. 610-641 AD. Constantinople. Heraclius, crowned (with pendilia), cuirassed bust facing with short beard, holding cross on globe and shield / Large K, ANNO to left, regnal year to right, officina letter below, no mintmark. SB 813, MIB 169a,b.TextFull Size
SB 814Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine. AE Half Follis, Constantinople. Fragmentary legend, Heraclius, bearded, on left and Heraclius Constantine, on right, both crowned and wearing chlamys, standing, sometimes with cross between heads, each holding cross on globe / Large K, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right, officina letter below. SB 814, MIB 170.TextFull Size
SB 815Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine. AE Half Follis, Constantinople. Fragmentary legend, Heraclius, bearded and with broad moustache, on left, crowned and in military dress and Heraclius Constantine on right, crowned, wearing chlamys, standing, sometimes with star or cross between heads, each holding cross on globe / Large K, ANNO to left, cross, PTh monogram or Q above, regnal year to right, officina letter below. SB 815, MIB 171.TextFull Size
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SB 818Heraclius. AE Decanummium, Constantinople. DN hERACLIVS PP AVG, Heraclius, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right with short beard / Large X, cross above, regnal year to right. These coins are often of triangular or rectangular shape. SB 818, MIB 232.TextFull Size
SB 822Heraclius. 610-641 AD. AV Light Weight Solidus, 4.29 gm. Thessalonica mint. d N hERACLI US P P AVI (blundered legends), plumed-helmeted bust facing, holding cross / VICTORIA AVCC (always followed by either IE or IG), cross potent on three steps; mintmark CONOB. MIB III 81.3, SB 822.TextFull Size
SB 824Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine. AE Follis, 610-641, Thessalonica. DN hERACLIVS PP AVG, Heraclius on left and Heraclius Constantine on right, standing or seated facing, both crowned and wearing chlamys and each holding cross on globe, cross between their heads / Large M, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right, mintmark QEC, QES, TES or TEC (72 combinations). SB 824, MIB 218-220.TextFull Size
SB 825Heraclius, Heraclius Constantine and Martina. AE Follis, 610-641, Thessalonica. no legend, Martina on left, Heraclius in centre and Heraclius Constantine on right, standing facing, all crowned and wearing chlamys and all holding cross on globe / Large M, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right, B or G below, mintmark QEC or TEC. SB 825, MIB 221.TextFull Size
SB 827Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine. AE three-quarter follis, 610-641, Thessalonica. no legend, Heraclius on left and Heraclius Constantine on right, standing facing, both crowned and wearing chlamys / Large L, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right, G or D within the L; mintmark QEC. (Note: Sear describes the obv. as having three people but all the examples seen have only two people. SB 827, MIB 224.TextFull Size
SB 833Heraclius AE follis, Nicomedia mint, legend fragmentary, helmeted, draped, cuirassed bust facing, holding cross / Large M, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year I, II or III to right, officina letter A or B below, mintmark NIKO. SB 833, MIB 174.TextFull Size
SB 834Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine, AE Follis, Nicomedia. dd NN hERACLIVS ET hERA CON, Heraclius, on left and Heraclius Constantine on right, cross between their heads, each wearing crown and chlamys and each holding cross on globe / Large M, ANNO to left, cross or chi-rho above, regnal year to right, officina letter below, mintmark NIK or NIKO. SB 834, MIB 175.TextFull Size
SB 835Heraclius, Heraclius Constantine and Martina, AE Follis, Nicomedia. no legend, Martina on left, Heraclius in the centre and Heraclius Constantine on right, all standing facing, each wearing crown and chlamys and each holding cross on globe / Large M, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year (only G, GI, GII or IGI) to right, officina letter below, mintmark NIK or NIKO. SB 835, MIB 176.TextFull Size
SB 839Heraclius, AE Follis, Cyzicus. DN hRACLI PERP AVG, plumed-helmeted, cuirassed bust facing, short beard, holding cross and shield / Large M, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year (only I, II, III or IIII) to right, officina letter A or B below, mintmark KYZ. SB 839, MIB 184 (without officina letter: SB 839A).TextFull Size
SB 840Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine, AE Follis, Cyzicus. DD NN hERACLIVS ET hRA CONST PP AV, Heraclius on left and Heraclius Constantine on right, both crowned and wearing chlamys, each holding cross on globe, cross between their heads / Large M, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year (only III, IIII or V) to right, officina letter below, mintmark KYZ. SB 840, DOC 175.TextFull Size
SB 844Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine, AE Follis, Seleucia Isauriae. blundered or fragmentary legend, facing busts of Heraclius on left and Heraclius Constantine on right, both wearing crown with cross, and chlamys, cross between their heads / Large M, ANNO to left, chi-rho above, regnal year to right, officina letter below, mintmark SELISU. SB 844, DOC 180a.TextFull Size
SB 845Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine, AE Follis, Seleucia Isauriae. blundered or fragmentary legend, Heraclius on left and Heraclius Constantine (much smaller) on right, standing facing, both wearing crown with cross, and chlamys, each holding cross on globe, cross between their heads / Large M, ANNO to left, chi-rho above, regnal year to right, sometimes officina letter below, mintmark SELISU. SB 845, DOC 181.Text

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SB 846Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine, AE Half Follis, Seleucia Isauriae. blundered or fragmentary legend, Heraclius on left and Heraclius Constantine (much smaller) on right, busts facing, both wearing crown with cross, and chlamys, each holding cross on globe, cross between their heads / Large K, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right, officina letter below, mintmark SEL. SB 846, DOC 182b.TextFull Size
SB 848Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine, AE Follis, Isaura mint. blundered or fragmentary legend JJ N hERACL E hRA, Heraclius on left and Heraclius Constantine on right, busts facing, both wearing crown and chlamys, cross between their heads / Large M, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year (GII or GIII only) to right, officina letter A below, mintmark ISAYR. SB 848, DOC 183.TextFull Size
SB 849Heraclius, Heraclius Constantine and Martina, AE Follis, Cyprus mint, 627-628 AD. Heraclius (in center), Heraclius Constantine (on right) and Martina (on left) all standing facing; each wearing chlamys and crown with cross, and each holding cross on globe / Large M, ANNO to left, P on h monogram above, Year XUIII to right, officina letter gamma below, mintmark KUPR. DOC 185; Sear 849.TextFull Size
SB 851Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine AV Solidus. Jerusalem mint. dd NN hERACLIUS ET hERA CONST P (or similar), Facing busts of Heraclius on left, of broad appearance, and with very short beard, and Heraclius Constantine, unbearded, on right, both crowned and wearing chlamys; cross between heads; exergual line below / VICTORIA AVGU and I, IP, IX or Q, cross potent on three steps; mintmark CONOB. DO 187; MIB 77; SB 851.TextFull Size
SB 851varHeraclius and Heraclius Constantine AV Solidus. Jerusalem mint. dd NN hERACLIUS ET hERA CONST P (or similar), Facing busts of Heraclius on left, with short beard, and Heraclius Constantine, unbearded, on right, both crowned and wearing chlamys; cross between heads; very short exergual line below / VICTORIA AVGU and unlisted officina letter B, cross potent on three steps; mintmark CONOB. DO 187v; MIB 77v; SB 851v.TextFull Size
SB 852AHeraclius and Heraclius Constantine AV Solidus. Jerusalem mint. dd NN hERACLIUS ET hERA CONST P (or similar), Facing busts of Heraclius on left, with short beard, and Heraclius Constantine, unbearded, on right, both crowned and wearing chlamys; cross between heads / VICTORIA AVGUI and officina letter, cross potent on three steps; start to right; mintmark CONOB. MIB 78; SB 852.TextFull Size
SB 853Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine, AE 12 Nummi, Alexandria. 610-641 AD. dd MM h hERAC, Heraclius, bearded, on left, and Heraclius Constantine, no beard, on right, busts facing, each wearing crown with cross, and chlamys; sometimes with cross between their heads / Large cross potent on two steps, I to left, B to right; mintmark ALEZ. SB 853, DOC 189.TextFull Size
SB 854Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine, AE 12 Nummi, Alexandria. 610-641 AD. dd MM h hERAC, Heraclius, bearded, on left, and Heraclius Constantine, no beard, on right, busts facing, each wearing crown with cross, and chlamys; sometimes with cross between their heads / cross over N, I to left, B to right; mintmark ALEZ. SB 854, DOC 190.TextFull Size
SB 855Heraclius, 610-641 A.D. AE 12 Nummi (17 mm, 7.45 g.), Alexandria Mint, struck During the Sasanian occupation, 618-628 AD. by Khusro II. No legend, Facing bust of Khusru II, beardless, wearing chlamys and crown surmounted by a simple cross; star to left, crescent to right / Cross potent on globe, I to left, B to right; mintmark ALEX. DOC II 191; SB 855.TextFull Size
SB 856Heraclius, 610-641 A.D. AE 12 Nummi, Alexandria Mint, struck During the Sasanian occupation, 618-628 AD. by Khusro II. No legend, Facing bust of Khusru II, beardless, wearing chlamys and crown surmounted by a cross within a crescent; star to left, crescent to right / Cross potent on globe, I to left, B to right; mintmark ALEX. DOC II 192; MIB 202a; SB 856.TextFull Size
SB 857Heraclius, 610-641 A.D. AE 12 Nummi, Alexandria Mint. No legend, Facing busts of Heraclius with short beard, on left and Heraclius Constantine, beardless, on right, each wearing chlamys and crown surmounted by a cross; long cross potent on 2 or 3 steps between them / small cross potent on globe above a solid pyramid shape, I to left, B to right; mintmark ALEX. SB 857, DOC 193.TextFull Size
SB 861BHeraclius, Heraclius Constantine and Heraclonas, 12 Nummi, Alexandria mint. Heraclius, in centre, wearing chlamys and crown with cross, Heraclonas, chlamys and with crown above head, on left and Heraclius Constantine, wearing chlamys and crown with cross, on right, all standing facing, each holding cross on globe / cross potent on triangle, I to left, B to right, A over M below; mintmark ALEX. SB 861B, MIB 208.TextFull Size
SB 862Heraclius, AE 6 Nummi, 610-641 AD. Alexandria. dd M hERACLS around cross potent on one or two steps, sometimes with globes on ends of arms / Large S. SB 862, DOC 198.TextFull Size
SB 864Heraclius, AE 6 Nummi, 610-641 AD. Alexandria. no legend, Palm tree with fruit hanging from lower branches on each / Large S. MIB 211; SB 864, DOC 200.TextFull Size
SB 867Heraclius. 610-641 AD. AV Solidus, 4.43 gm. Struck 625/6-626/7. Carthage mint. dN ERACLIO ET ERA CONST P P (or similar) and indictional year 14, crowned facing busts of Heraclius with short beard on left and Heraclius Constantine, smaller and beardless, on right, each wearing chlamys and crown, cross between their heads. / VICTORIA AVGG (or AVGU) and indictional year 15, cross potent on one or two steps; sometimes with P or dot in left field and/or G, P, Q or star in right field; mintmark CONOB. MIB III 83; SB 867.Text

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SB 870Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine. 610-641 AD. AR Half Siliqua, 0.69 gm. Carthage mint. ERAC LIIS, facing busts of Heraclius, on left, and Heraclius Constantine on right, both beardless, both wearing crown and chlamys; cross above / AGVSTI, cross potent on three steps; [dot below]. DOC 232; SB 870.TextFull Size
SB 871Heraclius and Martina, 610-641 AD. AR Half Siliqua, 0.70 gm. Carthage mint. Struck 617-641 AD. Crowned, draped, and cuirassed bust of Heraclius right / no legend, facing busts of Heraclius Constantine on left, wearing crown and chlamys, and Martina on right, wearing crown with long pendilia, and robes; cross between their heads, sometimes with four dots between their shoulders. DOC 233; MIB 149; SB 871.Text

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SB 872Heraclius, AE Half follis, Carthage mint. DN ERACLIO PP AV, unbearded, helmeted, cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe / Large X-dot-X, star to left, cross above, Epsilon to right, mintmark KRTS. SB 872, DOC 234.TextFull Size
SB 873Heraclius, AE Half follis, Carthage mint. DN ERACLIO PP AV, unbearded, helmeted, cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe / Large X-dot-X, star to left, cross above, IE to right, mintmark KRTS. SB 873, MIB 234.TextFull Size
SB 874Heraclius, AE Half follis, Carthage mint. DN ERACLIO PP AV, bearded, helmeted, cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe / Large X-dot-X, star to left, cross above, Epsilon to right, mintmark KRTS. SB 874, DOC 235.TextFull Size
SB 876Heraclius, AE Decanummium, Carthage mint. DN ERACLIO PP AV (or ..AVS), draped, cuirassed, or helmeted and cuirassed, unbearded bust facing, no beard / Large X, dot over N over dot to left, cross above, dot over M over dot to right, star below. SB 876, DOC 236.TextFull Size
SB 880Heraclius, AE Pentanummium, Carthage mint. N ERACLIO PP, unbearded, helmeted bust facing / Large V, dot over star over dot to left, cross above, dot over star over dot to right. SB 880, DOC 239.TextFull Size
SB 882Heraclius, AE Follis. Sicilian mint. Usually struck on Constantinople folles of Anastasius, Justin I and Justinian I, countermarked by the bust of Heraclius, crowned, draped and cuirassed facing within circular stamp, PTh monogram at top right / Large M, ANNO or star to left, cross above, star to right; mintmark large SCL in circular stamp below. SB 882, DOC 241.TextFull Size
SB 883Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine, AE Follis. Sicilian mint. Counterstamped, re-used SB809 (large M) types. No legend, facing busts of Heraclius, with short beard, on left and Heraclius Constantine, on right, both crowned and wearing chlamys, cross between their heads, all within oval punch stamped over the reverse of the large M type coin SB 809; sometimes ANNO, regnal dates and mintmark CON are still visible / no legend, Large SCL in circular punch over the lower parts of the figures of Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine (SB 809 obverse); no mintmark. SB 883, DOC 242.TextFull Size
SB 884Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine, AE Follis. Sicilian mint. Counterstamped, re-used SB809 (large M) types. No legend, oval punch containing facing busts of Heraclius, with long beard, on left and Heraclius Constantine, on right, both crowned and wearing chlamys, cross between their heads, all within oval punch stamped over the host coin obverse, / no legend, Large RTh monogram and SCs in circular punch over the original reverse (large M, SB 809); no mintmark. SB 884, DOC 243.Text

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SB 885Heraclius, AE Decanummium, Catania mint. DN ERACLIVS PP AVG or DN ERACLI PP AVG, crowned, draped, cuirassed bust facing with short beard, holding cross on globe / large I, ANNO to left, regnal year to right; mintmark CAT. SB 885, MIB 240.TextFull Size
SB 886Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine, AE Decanummium, Catania mint. No legend, Heraclius, bearded on left and Heraclius Constantine, unbearded on right, crowned, draped and cuirassed busts facing, cross between their heads / Large I, ANNO to left, regnal year to right, mintmark CAT. SB 886, MIB 241.TextFull Size
SB 887Heraclius AE pentanummium, Catania (610 - 623), 11.8mm, 1.95 gr. [DN ERACLIVS PP AVG], pearl-diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / V on exergual line, star to left, star to right. Mintmark CAT. Sear Byz 887; Hahn MIB 242.TextFull Size
SB 889Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine, AE half-follis. Rome mint. DN ERACLIORVN, Heraclius, left and Heraclius Constantine, on right, both unbearded, crowned and cuirassed busts facing, cross between their heads / Large XX, cross to right, mintmark ROM. SB 889, DOC 261.TextFull Size
SB 890Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine, AE half-follis. Rome mint. DN ERACLIORVN, Heraclius, left and Heraclius Constantine, on right, both unbearded, crowned and cuirassed busts facing, dot or nothing between their heads / Large XX, cross to right, mintmark ROM. SB 890, DOC 262.TextFull Size
SB 891Heraclius, Heraclius Constantine and Martina, AE Half-follis. Rome mint. DN HERACLIV, Martina on left, Heraclius in centre and Heraclius Constantine on right, busts facing, all wearing crown and chlamys / Large K, ANNO (sometimes retrograde) to left, X above, regnal year (only III, IIII or U recorded) to right; mintmark ROM. SB 891, MIB 244.TextFull Size
SB 896Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine. AV Solidus, 4.39 gm. Ravenna mint. DD NN HERACLIVS ET hERA CONST PP AV, facing busts of Heraclius, with short beard, and Heraclius Constantine, beardless, both crowned, draped, and cuirassed; cross above / VICTORIA AVGGG or AVGG and officina letter B, H, P, T or D), cross potent on three steps; mintmark CONOB. DOC 271c; MIB 110a; SB 896.TextFull Size
SB 899EHeraclius AV Semissis, Ravenna mint. DN HERACLIVS PP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / VICTORA AIVSCRII (garbled for VICTORIA AVGVSTORVM), cross potent on circle containing dot; three dots to right. SB 899E, DO II 52.TextFull Size
SB 900Heraclius 610-641 AD. AV Tremissis, 15mm, 1.49 g. Ravenna mint. DN HERACLI PERP AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right in heavy annular border / VICTORI HERACLI AVG, cross potent, all within heavy annular border. DOC II 275; SB 900.TextFull Size
SB 902cfHeraclius AV Tremissis. Ravenna mint. Struck 637-641 AD. D N HERACLIVS PP AVG, diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right / VICTORIA AVGVSTORV, cross potent; CONOB. TextImage
SB 906Heraclius 610-641 AD. AR Quarter Siliqua, 0.22 gm. Ravenna mint. DN ERACL P AVG (or similar), crude diademed bust right / Large H-cross-R like monogram (Sear monogram 31). DOC 280, SB 906.TextFull Size
SB 907Heraclius 610-641 AD. AR 1/4 Siliqua, 10mm, 0.33 g. Ravenna mint. DN HERACLIVS (or ERACLIVS) PP AV (or similar), pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Cross potent within wreath. DOC 281; MIB 156; SB 907.TextFull Size
SB 910Heraclius. 610-641 AD. AE Follis, 7.89 g. Ravenna mint. DN ERACL... crowned, draped and cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe / X over X to left of star with X over X to right, ANN II above, mintmark RAV. SB 910, MIB 248.TextFull Size
SB 911Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine. 610-641 AD. AE Follis, DD NN HERACLIVS ET ERA CONS, Heraclius, bearded, on left and Heraclius Constantine, unbearded, on right, both crowned, cloaked and cuirassed CKC, busts facing, cross between their heads / X over X on left, star in centre, X over X on right, year mark ANN VI above; mintmark RAV. SB 911, DOC 285.TextFull Size
SB 914Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine. 610-641 AD. AE Follis, DD NN HERACLIVS ET HER, Heraclius, with long beard, crowned, in military attire, holding long cross and trampling on prostrate figure, on left, and Heraclius Constantine, crowned, wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe, on right, both standing facing, cross between their heads / Large M, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right, officina letter A or D below; mintmark RAV. SB 914, MIB 253a.TextFull Size
SB 915Heraclius, Heraclius Constantine and Heraclonas (610-&41 AD), Ravenna, AE follis. Heraclius, crowned and wearing chlamys, with long beard, in centre, Heraclonas (small), in chlamys and cap, on left, and Heraclius Constantine, crowned and wearing chlamys, on right, all standing and all holding cross on globe; cross in upper centre / Large M, ANNO to left, PTh like monogram above (Sear type 21), regnal year to right, officina letter below; mintmark RAV. SB 915, MIB 254.TextFull Size
SB 918Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine. 610-641 AD. AE Half Follis. DD NN HERACLIVS ET hER..., Heraclius, with short beard, crowned, cloaked and cuirassed on left and Heraclius Constantine, unbearded, crowned, cloaked and cuirassed on right, busts facing, cross between their heads / Large X-star-X; mintmark RAV. SB 918, DOC 286.TextFull Size
SB 920Heraclius, Heraclius Constantine and Martina. 610-641 AD. AE Half Follis. Fragmentary legend, busts facing: Martina, crowned, wearing jewelled robe on left, three pinnacles on her crown and cross above her head, on left, Heraclius, with short beard, crowned, wearing loros in centre and Heraclius Constantine, unbearded, crowned, wearing loros, on right / Large K, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right; mintmark RA. SB 920, MIB 259.TextFull Size
SB 922Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine (610-641 AD), Ravenna, bronze half follis, (DD NN HERACLIV ET HER CONT PP), Heraclius, crowned and in military dress, with long beard, holding long cross and trampling on prostrate figure, standing on left; Heraclius Constantine, crowned and wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe, standing on right, cross between their heads / Large K, ANNO to left, cross above, XXI to right, delta below. SB 922, MIB 261 a,b.TextFull Size
SB 923Heraclius, Heraclius Constantine and Heraclonas (610-&41 AD), Ravenna, AE half follis. No legend, Heraclius, with long beard, crowned, wearing chlamys standing in centre; Heraclonas, small, wearing chlamys and cap, standing on left, and Heraclius Constantine, crowned, wearing chlamys on right; cross in upper centre / Large K, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year XXX to right, mintmark RAV in exergue. SB 923, DOC 309.TextFull Size
SB 925Heraclius, AE 10 Nummi, Ravenna. DN HERACLIVS PP A, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Large chi-rho, R to left, A to right. SB 925, DOC 296.TextFull Size
SB 926Heraclius, Heraclius Constantine and Martina, AE follis or 8 pentanummia, 8.98g, Cherson, 616-624 AD. Heraclius on left and Heraclius Constantine, shorter, on right, both standing facing, each wearing crown and chlamys and holding cross on globe / Large H (= 8) to right of which stands Martina (?) facing, holding long P-headed cross. DOC 311; MIB 265; Sear 926.TextFull Size
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SB 936Constans II AV Solidus. Constantinople mint, struck 641 AD or later. DN CONSTANTINUS PP AVG, bust facing with very small head, beardless, wearing crown and chlamys, holding cross on globe / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps; mintmark CONOB. MIB 3a; SB 936TextFull Size
SB 937Constans II AV Solidus. Constantinople mint, struck 641 AD or later. DN CONSTANTINUS PP AVG, bust facing with very small head, beardless, wearing crown and chlamys, holding cross on globe / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps; mintmark CONOBK. MIB 4a; SB 937.TextFull Size
SB 938Constans II AV Solidus. Constantinople mint, struck 641 AD or later. DN CONSTANTINUS PP AVG, bust facing with normal sized head, beardless, wearing crown and chlamys, holding cross on globe / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps; mintmark CONOB. MIB 3b; SB 938.TextFull Size
SB 940Constans II AV Solidus. Constantinople mint, struck 641 AD or later. DN CONSTANTINUS PP AVG, bust facing with normal sized head, beardless, wearing crown and chlamys, holding cross on globe / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps; mintmark CONOBS. MIB 7a-b; SB 940.TextFull Size
SB 942Constans II AV Solidus. Constantinople mint, struck 641 AD or later. DN CONSTANTINUS PP AVG, bust facing with normal sized head, very slight beard indicated by a row of dots around the face, wearing crown and chlamys, holding cross on globe / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps; epsilon in right field; mintmark CONOB. SB 942.TextFull Size
SB 944Constans II AV Solidus. Constantinople mint, struck 641 AD or later. DN CONSTANTINUS PP AVG, bust facing with normal sized head, very slight beard indicated by a row of dots around the face, wearing crown and chlamys, holding cross on globe / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps; S in right field; mintmark CONOB. SB 944.Text

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SB 949Constans II AV Solidus. Constantinople mint, struck 641 AD or later. DN CONSTANTINUS PP AVG, bust facing with short beard, wearing crown and chlamys, holding cross on globe / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps; Z in right field; mintmark CONOB. SB 949.TextFull Size
SB 953Constans II AV Solidus. Constantinople mint, struck 641 AD or later. DN CONSTANTINUS PP AVG, bust facing with short beard, wearing crown and chlamys, holding cross on globe / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps; mintmark CONOB. SB 953.TextFull Size
SB 954Constans II AV Solidus. Constantinople mint, struck 641 AD or later. DN CONSTANTINUS PP AVG, bust facing with short beard, wearing crown and chlamys, holding cross on globe / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps; mintmark CONOB+. SB 954.TextFull Size
SB 956Constans II AV Solidus. Constantinople mint, struck 641 AD or later. DN CONSTANTINUS PP AVG, bust facing with long beard and moustache, wearing crown and chlamys, holding cross on globe / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps; mintmark CONOB. SB 956.TextFull Size
SB 958Constans II AV Solidus. Constantinople mint, struck 641 AD or later. DN CONSTANTINUS PP AV, bust facing with long beard and moustache, wearing crown and chlamys, holding cross on globe / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps; no field mark, mintmark CONOB+. MIB 24: SB 958.TextFull Size
SB 959Constans II and Constantine IV, AV Solidus Constantinople mint. dN CONSTANTINUS C CONSTAN, crowned facing busts of Constans, with long beard on left, and Constantine, beardless, on right, both wearing chlamys; cross between their heads / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps; mintmark CONOB. DOC 25j; MIB III 26; SB 959.TextFull Size
SB 961Constans II and Constantine IV, AV Solidus Constantinople mint. dN CONSTANTINUS C CONSTAN, crowned facing busts of Constans, with long beard on left, and Constantine, beardless, on right, both wearing chlamys; cross between their heads / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps; mintmark CONOB+. SB 961.TextFull Size
SB 962Constans II, AV Solidus Constantinople mint. legend often fragmentary, facing busts of Constans, with long beard on left, wearing plumed helmet, and Constantine, beardless, on right, crowned; each wearing chlamys; cross between their heads / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, long cross on globe between facing standing figures of Heraclius on left and Tiberius on right, both beardless, each wearing crown and chlamys and holding cross on globe; mintmark CONOB. SB 962.TextFull Size
SB 963Constans II and Constantine IV, AV Solidus Constantinople mint. legend often fragmentary, facing busts of Constans, with long beard on left, wearing plumed helmet, and Constantine, beardless, on right, crowned; each wearing chlamys; cross between their heads / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, long cross on globe between facing standing figures of Heraclius on left and Tiberius on right, both beardless, each wearing crown and chlamys and holding cross on globe; mintmark CONOB+. SB 963.TextFull Size
SB 964Constans II and Constantine IV, AV Solidus Constantinople mint. legend often fragmentary, facing busts of Constans, with long beard on left, wearing plumed helmet, and Constantine, beardless, on right, crowned; each wearing chlamys; cross between their heads / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps between facing standing figures of Heraclius on left and Tiberius on right, both beardless, each wearing crown and chlamys and holding cross on globe; mintmark CONOB. SB 964.Text

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SB 966Constans II and Constantine IV, AV Solidus Constantinople mint. legend often fragmentary, facing busts of Constans, with long beard on left, wearing plumed helmet, and Constantine, beardless, on right, crowned; each wearing chlamys; cross between their heads / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps between facing standing figures of Heraclius on left and Tiberius on right, both beardless, each wearing crown and chlamys and holding cross on globe; mintmark CONOB and +. SB 966.TextFull Size
SB 967Constans II and Constantine IV, AV Solidus Constantinople mint. legend often fragmentary, facing busts of Constans, with long beard on left, wearing plumed helmet, and Constantine, beardless, on right, crowned; each wearing chlamys; cross between their heads / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps between facing standing figures of Heraclius on left and Tiberius on right, both beardless, each wearing crown and chlamys and holding cross on globe; mintmark CONOB; vertical S or retrograde S after officina letter. SB 967.TextFull Size
SB 972Constans II, AV Solidus Constantinople mint. VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, facing bust of Constans, with long beard and moustache, wearing plumed helmet ornamented with cross, holding cross on globe / no legend, Constantine IV, in centre, Heraclius on right and Tiberius on left, all standing facing, each wearing crown and chlamys and holding cross on globe; mintmark CONOB. Berk 156. MIB 39. DO 40. Sear 972.TextFull Size
SB 973Constans II, AV Solidus Constantinople mint. VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter and +, facing bust of Constans, with long beard and moustache, wearing plumed helmet ornamented with cross, holding cross on globe / no legend, Constantine IV, in centre, Heraclius on right and Tiberius on left, all standing facing, each wearing crown and chlamys and holding cross on globe; mintmark CONOB. Sear 973.TextFull Size
SB 974Constans II, AV Solidus Constantinople mint. VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, facing bust of Constans, with long beard and moustache, wearing plumed helmet not ornamented with cross, holding cross on globe / no legend, Constantine IV, in centre, Heraclius on right and Tiberius on left, all standing facing, each wearing crown and chlamys and holding cross on globe; mintmark CONOB. Sear 974.TextFull Size
SB 977Constans II, AV lightweight Solidus. Constantinople mint. DN CONSTANTINUS PP AV (or similar), facing bust of Constans, with long beard and moustache, wearing crown and chlamys, holding cross on globe / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps, star in right field; mintmark CONOB. Sear 977.TextFull Size
SB 978Constans II, AV lightweight Solidus. Constantinople mint. DN CONSTANTINUS PP AV (or similar), facing bust of Constans, with long beard and moustache, wearing crown and chlamys, holding cross on globe / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps, star in right field; mintmark CONOB+. Sear 978.TextFull Size
SB 981AConstans II. 641-668 AD. AV Light-Weight Solidus (20 Siliquae), 3.74 gm. Constantinople mint. d N CONSTANTINUS PP AU, bust facing with long beard, wearing crown and chlamys, holding cross on globe / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps; mintmark OBXX (SB 981) or BOXX (SB 981A). Berk 159 = SB 981A.TextFull Size
SB 982Constans II AV Lightweight Solidus of 20 Siliquae. Constantinople mint. Legend fragmentary, Facing busts of Constans II, with long beard and plumed helmet, and Constantine IV, beardless & crowned, cross between them / VICTORIA AUGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps between facing, standing figures of Heraclius on left and Tiberius on right, both beardless, each wearing crown and chlamys and holding cross on globe; mintmark BOXX. Sear 982.TextFull Size
SB 983Constans II AV Semissis. Constantinople mint. dN CONSTANTINUS PP AV, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / VICTORIA AUGUS, cross potent on globe. Sear 983. sTextFull Size
SB 984Constans II AV Semissis. Constantinople mint. dN CONSTANTINUS PP AV, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / VICTORIA AUGUS, cross potent on globe; mintmark CONOB. Sear 984.TextFull Size
SB 987Constans II and Constantine IV. (641-668 AD). Silver millaresion 3.88 gm. Constantinople, ceremonial issue, ca. 659-668 AD. Fragmentary legend, facing busts of Constans, wearing plumed helmet, and Constantine IV, crowned; cross between their heads / No legend, cross potent on globe above three steps, palm on either side. Sear 987.TextFull Size
SB 989Constans II. 641-668 AD. AR Hexagram, 6.55 gm. Constantinople. dN CONSTANTINUS PP AV, beardless bust facing, wearing crown and chlamys, holding cross on globe / dEUS AdIUTA ROMA•NIS, cross potent on globe on three steps. DOC II 48; MIB III 142; SB 989.Text

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SB 990Constans II. 641-668 AD. AR Hexagram, 6.55 gm. Constantinople. dN CONSTANTINUS PP AV, bust facing, with slight beard indicated by a row of dots around the face, wearing crown and chlamys, holding cross on globe / dEUS AdIUTA ROMANIS, cross potent on globe on three steps. SB 990.TextFull Size
SB 991Constans II. 641-668 AD. AR Hexagram, Constantinople. dN CONSTANTINUS PP AV, bust facing, with short or medium length beard, wearing crown and chlamys, holding cross on globe / dEUS AdIUTA ROMANIS, cross potent on globe on three steps. SB 991.Text

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SB 995Constans II. 641-668 AD. AR Hexagram. Constantinople. 654-659 AD. DN CONSTANTINUS C CONSTAN (or similar), facing busts of Constans with long beard, and Constantine IV, beardless, each wearing crown and chlamys, cross between their heads / dEUS AdIUTA ROMANIS, cross on globe on three steps. SB 995.TextFull Size
SB 998Constans II, AR hexagram, Constantinople. Fragmentary legend, Facing, draped busts of Constans and Constantine IV, Constans wearing a plumed helmet above his crown, cross between their heads / DEUS ADIUTA ROMANIS, Heraclius on left, and Tiberius on right, both crowned, wearing chlamys and holding a cross on globe, standing facing to left and right of a cross potent on globe on three steps. Sear 998; MIB 152; DOC 57.TextFull Size
SB 1000Constans II. 641-668 AD. AE Follis. EN TVTO NIKA, Constans, beardless, crowned and wearing chlamys, standing facing, holding long cross and cross on globe / large m (lower case), ANA to left, nothing, cross or star above, NEOS to right, officina letter and I, II or IIII below (45 combinations known). SB 1000, MIB 162a-c.TextFull Size
SB 1000 varConstans II. AE Follis, 641-668 AD, Constantinople. EN TVTO NIKA, Constans, crowned and wearing chlamys, no beard, standing facing, holding long cross and cross on globe / Large m (lower case), XIIX left, ANA above, NEOC to right, exergual mark AII. SB 1000 var (left field mark), MIB 162a-c var (ditto).TextFull Size
SB 1001Constans II. 641-668 AD. AE Follis. EN TVTO NIKA, Constans, beardless, crowned and wearing chlamys, standing facing, holding long cross (or staff surmounted by chi-rho or inverted chi-rho) and cross on globe / large m (lower case), OFA to left, ANA above, NEOS to right, officina letter and I, II or III below. SB 1001, DOC 61.TextFull Size
SB 1002Constans II. 641-668 AD. AE Follis. Constantinople. EN TVTO NIKA, Constans, unbearded, wearing crown and chlamys, standing facing, holding long chi-rho topped staff and cross on globe / Large m, cross over III over cross to left, ANA above, NEOS to right, officina letter below. SB 1002, DOC 62.TextFull Size
SB 1004Constans II, AE Follis, Constantinople. MPER CONST, Constans, unbearded bust facing, wearing crown and chlamys, holding cross on globe / Large M, ANA to left, cross above, III to right, officina letter below, NEOS in ex (rev. is sometimes countermarked with monogram). SB 1004, MIB 166.TextFull Size
SB 1005Constans II, AE Follis, Constantinople. EN TVTO NIKA, Constans, unbearded or with very slight beard, wearing crown and chlamys, standing facing holding cross and cross on globe / Large m, ANA to left, cross above, NEOS to right, variety of letters below . SB 1005, DOC 64-68.TextFull Size
SB 1005Constans II, AE Follis, 641-668 AD, Constantinople. EN TVTO NIKA, Constans standing facing, crowned, wearing chlamys, unbearded, holding long cross and cross on globe / Large m (lower case), ANA to left, cross above, NEOS to right, GIA below. Sear Byz 1005, DOC 64-68.TextFull Size
SB 1006Constans II, AE Follis, Constantinople. EN TVTO NIKA, Constans, with long beard and moustache, wearing crown and chlamys, standing facing holding cross and cross on globe / Large M, ANA to left, cross above, NEOS to right, IA below. SB 1006, DOC 69.TextFull Size
SB 1007Constans II, AE Follis, Constantinople. EN TVTO NIKA, Constans, with long beard and moustache, wearing crown and chlamys, standing facing holding cross and cross on globe / Large M, ANA to left, star or cross above, NEOS to right, date XXII to XXU in Roman numerals below. SB 1007, DOC 70-73.Text

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SB 1008Constans II, AE Follis, Constantinople. EN TVTO NIKA, Constans, with long beard and moustache, wearing crown and chlamys, standing facing, holding long cross and cross on globe / Large M, KWN to left, cross or star above, CTAN to right, XG or XV below. SB 1008, MIB 172 b,c. Sometimes countermarked with monogram.TextFull Size
SB 1010Constans II and Constantine IV, AE Follis, Constantinople. no legend, Constans, with long beard, wearing crown and military dress, holding long cross, and Constantine IV, crowned and wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe, standing looking at Constans; cross between their heads / Large M, ANNO to left, K or cross above, regnal year to right; mintmark CON. Reverse sometimes countermarked with monogram. SB 1010, MIB 174b,d.TextFull Size
SB 1011Constans II and Sons, AE Follis, Constantinople. Constans, standing facing in plumed helmet and military dress, holding long cross, left hand on hip; regnal year to left, cross over M over officina letter to right / Constantine IV, Heraclius and Tiberius all standing facing, each wearing crown and chlamys and holding cross on globe, (sometimes, on coins of year IQ only, officina letter to right, not always the same as the one on the obverse!). SB 1011, MIB 175.TextFull Size
SB 1012Constans II, AE Follis, Constantinople. No legend, Constans standing facing, with long beard, crowned and in military dress, holding long cross, and Constantine IV, smaller, crowned and wearing chlamys, on right, looking at Constans; cross between their heads / Large M, Heraclius on left, crude cross on step above, Tiberius to right, the sons standing facing, each wearing crown and chlamys and holding cross on globe, officina letter below; mintmark CON (the rev. sometimes countermarked with monogram). SB 1012, DOC 87.TextFull Size
SB 1013Constans II, AE Follis, Constantinople. No legend, Constans bust facing, with long beard, plumed helmet ornamented with cross, holding cross on globe, K to right / Large M, the busts of Constantine IV and Tiberius above, each wearing crown and chlamys and holding cross on globe, officina letter sometimes in right field, sometimes below,(the rev. sometimes countermarked with monogram). SB 1013, DOC 88.TextFull Size
SB 1014Constans II, AE Follis, Constantinople. No legend, Constans bust facing, with long beard, plumed helmet with no cross, holding cross on globe, K to right / Large M, the busts of Constantine IV and Tiberius above, each wearing crown and chlamys and holding cross on globe, officina letter sometimes in right field, sometimes below,(the rev. sometimes countermarked with monogram). SB 1014, DOC 89.TextFull Size
SB 1015Constans II, AE Half Follis, Constantinople. Constans with long beard, crowned and wearing chlamys, standing facing, holding long cross and cross on globe / Large K, ANN to left, cross above, III to right, A below. SB 1015, DOC 90.TextFull Size
SB 1020Constans II, AE Half-Follis, Constantinople. No legend, Constans crowned bust facing, with long beard, holding cross on globe, K to right / Large K, ANA to left, cross above, N or NE to right, officina letter below. SB 1020, DOC 95.TextFull Size
SB 1021Constans II, AE Decanummium, Constantinople. Constans with long beard, crowned, bust facing, holding cross on globe and shield, K to right / Large I, Q or regnal year to left, cross above, officina letter or star to right; mintmark CON. SB 1021, MIB 186-187.TextFull Size
SB 1027Constans II, AE 12 Nummi, Alexandria. Crowned bust facing, unbearded, wearing chlamys, holding long cross, sometimes topped by chi-rho, and cross on globe / Large I-cross potent on globe-B, dot to left, dot to right, mintmark ALEZ. SB 1027, DOC 105.TextFull Size
SB 1029Constans II. 641-668. Carthage. AV Solidus, thick fabric, small module. DN CONSTANTINI P (or similar), beardless bust facing, wearing crown and chlamys, holding cross on globe / VICTORIA AVGU (usually abbreviated) and Greek letter for the year of indiction, cross potent (sometimes plain cross) on two or three steps; mintmark CONOB. DOC 107; SB 1029.TextFull Size
SB 1030Constans II. 641-668. Carthage. AV Solidus, thick fabric, small module. DN CONSTANTINI P (or similar), beardless bust facing, wearing crown and chlamys, holding cross on globe / VICTORIA AVGU (usually abbreviated) and Greek letter for the year of indiction, cross potent (sometimes plain cross) on three steps; P in right field; mintmark CONOB. DOC 108; SB 1030.TextFull Size
SB 1034Constans II. 641-668. Carthage. AV Solidus, thick fabric, small module. DN CONSTANTINI P (or similar), beardless bust facing, wearing crown and chlamys, holding cross on globe / VICTORIA AVGU (usually abbreviated) and Greek letter for the year of indiction, cross potent (sometimes plain cross) on three steps; star in right field; mintmark CONOB. DOC 112; SB 1034.TextFull Size
SB 1037Constans II. 641-668. Carthage. AV Solidus, thick fabric, small module. DN CONSTANTI (or similar), bust facing with long beard, wearing crown with plain cross, and chlamys, holding cross on globe / VICTORIA or VICTORIA A or VICTORIA AG and Greek letter for the year of indiction, cross potent on three steps; mintmark CONOB. DOC 115; SB 1037.TextFull Size
SB 1039Constans II. 641-668. Carthage. AV Solidus, thick fabric, small module. DN CONTAN (or similar), busts facing of Constans on left with long beard, usually holding cross on globe, and Constantine IV on right, beardless, each wearing crown and chlamys, sometimes cross between their heads / VICTORIA or VICTORIA A or VICTORIA AG and Greek letter for the year of indiction, cross potent on three steps; mintmark CONOB. DOC 118-121; SB 1039.TextFull Size
SB 1040Constans II. 641-668. Carthage. AV Solidus, thick fabric, small module. DN CONTAN (or similar), busts facing of Constans on left with long beard, usually holding cross on globe, and Constantine IV on right, beardless, each wearing crown and chlamys, sometimes cross between their heads / VICTORIA or VICTORIA A or VICTORIA AG and Greek letter for the year of indiction, cross potent on three steps; P to right; mintmark CONOB. DOC 122; SB 1040.TextFull Size
SB 1043Constans II. 641-668. Carthage. AV Solidus, thick fabric, small module. No legend, facing busts of Constans on left with long beard, usually holding cross on globe, and Constantine IV on right, beardless, each wearing crown and chlamys, sometimes cross between their heads / Facing busts of Heraclius on left and Tiberius on right, each wearing crown and chlamys, sometimes holding cross on globe; long cross on globe between them with P below; DOC 125; SB 1043.TextFull Size
SB 1048Constans II. 641-668. AR half siliqua, Carthage mint, 0.4g, 11mm. ..COSTANT.., beardless bust facing, wearing chlamys, and crown with cross / no legend, cross potent on base. SB-1048, DO-130.TextFull Size
SB 1049Constans II. 641-668. AR half siliqua, Carthage mint, 0.4g, 11mm. DN COSTANT PP (or similar), beardless bust facing, wearing crown with cross and chlamys / no legend, cross potent on base, dot to left and right above the ends of the base. SB 1049, DO-131.TextFull Size
SB 1050Constans II. 641-668 AD. AR Half Siliqua, Carthage. DN CONT PP or similar, crowned facing draped bust, holding cross on globe / Cross above P A X below, sometimes with dots in field. DOC II 132; MIB II 157a; SB 1050.Text

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SB 1053Constans II. 641-668 AD. AE Follis, Carthage. EN TVTO NIKA, Constans standing facing, crowned, cloaked and cuirassed, holding long cross and cross on globe / large M, cross to left, cross above, cross to right; mintmark CRTS. SB 1053, DOC 134.TextFull Size
SB 1055Constans II. 641-668 AD. AE Follis, Carthage. No legend, Constans, crowned and cuirassed with long beard, holding long cross, on left and Constantine IV, crowned and wearing chlamys, no beard, empty-handed, on right, both standing, cross between their heads / large M, Heraclius standing to left, TKw-like monogram above, Tiberius standing to right, both sons crowned and wearing chlamys; mintmark KTS. SB 1055, DOC 147.TextFull Size
SB 1056Constans II. 641-668 AD. AE Half Follis, Carthage. EN TVTO NIKA, Constans, unbearded, crowned and wearing chlamys, standing facing, holding long cross and cross on globe / Large K, cross to left, cross above, cross to right; mintmark CRTS. SB 1056, DOC 135.TextFull Size
SB 1057Constans II. 641-668 AD. AE Half Follis, Carthage. (D) or (DN) CONSTANTINVS PP A, crowned, unbearded bust facing, wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe / Large X-cross-X; sometimes with 2 or 3 dots above; mintmark CRTS. SB 1057, MIB 196a-b.TextFull Size
SB 1059Constans II, AE Half follis, Carthage. DN CONSTANTN (or similar), crowned, mantled bust facing with short beard, trefoil on crown, holding mappa and cross on globe / large cross with C-T to left and right over X-X to left and right, cross and dot-star-dot above. SB 1059, DOC 144.Text

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SB 1059 varConstans II, Overstruck AE half follis, Carthage mint, 641-668 AD. CONSTANTN, crowned and mantled bust facing with short beard, (cross or trefoil on crown), holding mappa and cross on globe. Remains of Carthage mintmark CRTV below / C-T-X-X clockwise from top left around cross, star above. Sear Byz 1059-1061 var (overstrike host mintmark); DOC 146 var (ditto).TextFull Size
SB 1060Constans II, 641-668 AD, Carthage. CONSTANTIN, crowned, mantled bust facing, with cross on crown, holding mappa and cross on globe / C-T-X-X in the four corners of a cross, star above. Sear Byz 1060, DOC 145.TextFull Size
SB 1062Constans II, AE Half follis, Carthage. incomplete or blundered legend, Busts facing of Constans, with long beard, on left, holding cross on globe, and Constantine IV, unbearded, on right, both crowned and wearing chlamys / No legend, busts facing of Heraclius, on left and Tiberius, on right, both unbearded, both crowned and wearing chlamys, each holding cross on globe, cross between their heads, sometimes with four dots to right; XX below. SB 1062, DOC 148.TextFull Size
SB 1063Constans II, AE Decanummium, Carthage. EN TVTO NIKA, Bust facing of Constans, unbearded, crowned and wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe / Large I, star to left, star to right, sometimes with two dots above and below. SB 1063, DOC 136.TextFull Size
SB 1064Constans II, AE Decanummium, Carthage. CONSTANTINVS PP A, Bust facing of Constans, unbearded, crowned and wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe / Large cross, V to lower left, V to lower right. sometimes with two dots above. SB 1064, DOC 141-142.TextFull Size
SB 1085Constans II, AV Solidus 20mm, 4.42 g. Syracuse mint. Struck 659-661 AD. DN CONSTANTINUS CONSTANIU (or similar), Facing busts of Constans, with long beard, and Constantine, beardless, each crowned, draped and cuirassed, cross between their heads / VICTORIA AVGU and two dots, cross potent on four steps between the facing, standing figures of Heraclius and Tiberius, each wearing crown and chlamys and holding cross on globe, globus cruciger; mintmark CONOB. DOC 161e; MIB 94; Anastasi 161; SB 1085.TextFull Size
SB 1091Constans II, AV Semissis, Syracuse. DN CONSTANTINUS PP AV, pearl diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right / VICTORIA AVGUC and dot, cross potent on globe; G and dot in right field. MIB II 102; SB 1091.TextFull Size
SB 1099Constans II, AV Tremissis, Syracuse. DN CONSTANTINUS PP AV, pearl diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right / VICTORIA AVGU and Q, QI, QC or QS, cross potent on globe; C in right field. MIB 107; SB 1099.TextFull Size
SB 1102Constans II (641–668). AU Tremissis. Syracuse circa 662-668 AD. 1.44g. DN CONSTANTINUS PP AV (or similar), diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right / VICTORIA AVGU C dot (can also end with CIK or two dots), cross potent; y in right field, mintmark CONOB. DO 175a note; MIB 111.4; Sear 1102; Spahr 107.TextFull Size
SB 1103Constans II, AE Follis, Syracuse. MPER CONST, crowned, unbearded bust facing, wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe / large m (lower case, ANA to left, NEOS to right, large SCS, or SCs preceded by officina letter below. SB 1103, MIB 204a-c.TextFull Size
SB 1104Constans II, AE Follis, Syracuse. MPER CONST, crowned, unbearded bust facing, wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe / large M, TKw-like monogram above. SB 1104, DOC 176.TextFull Size
SB 1105Constans II, AE Follis, Syracuse. MPER CONST, crowned bust facing with slight beard indicated by row of dots), wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe / large M, TKw-like monogram above. SB 1105, DOC 177a.TextFull Size
SB 1106Constans II, AE Follis, Syracuse. MPER CONST, crowned bust facing with short beard, wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe / large M, TKw-like monogram above. SB 1106, DOC 177b.TextFull Size
SB 1107Constans II, AE Follis, Syracuse. MPER CONST, crowned bust facing with long beard, wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe / large M, TKw-like monogram above, SCL below (no exergual line). SB 1107, DOC 178.TextFull Size
SB 1108Constans II, AE Follis, Syracuse. I over N over D to left, I over A to right, crowned bust facing with long beard, wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe / large M, cross above, SCI or SCL below a mid-placed exergual line. SB 1108, DOC 179.TextFull Size
SB 1109Constans II, 641-668, AE Follis, Syracuse. No legend, Constans with long beard, on left, left hand on hip, right hand holding long staff, sometimes surmounted by globe, and Constantine IV, unbearded, on right, holding holding cross on globe / large M, TKw monogram above, SCI beneath a mid-placed exergual line. SB 1109, DOC 180.Text

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SB 1110Constans II, 641-668, AE Follis, Syracuse. No legend, Constans with long beard, on left, left hand on hip, crowned and in military dress, holding long cross, and Constantine IV, unbearded and crowned, on right, holding holding cross on globe / large M, Heraclius, crowned, wearing chlamys, standing on left, holding cross on globe, TKw monogram above, Tiberius, crowned, wearing chlamys, standing on right, holding cross on globe; mintmark SCL. SB 1110, DOC 181.TextFull Size
SB 1113Constans II, 641-668, AE Half Follis, Syracuse. No legend, Crowned bust of Constans facing, with long beard, holding cross on globe, palm on cross to right / large TKw monogram (Sear type 35), AN to left, I to right. SB 1113; DO 183; MIB 212.TextFull Size
SB 1115Constans II, 641-668, AE Decanummium, Syracuse. No legend, Crowned bust of Constans facing, with long beard, holding cross on globe / large I, AN to left, NOI to right (with NOD = SB 115A). SB 1115, DOC 185.TextFull Size
SB 1117Constans II, 641-668, AV Solidus. Rome mint. dN CONSTANTINUS PP AVG, small, beardless bust facing, wearing crown and chlamys, holding cross on globe / VICTORIA AVGUG, cross potent on three steps; dot to left, K to right; mintmark CONOB. MIB 112.1; SB 1117.TextFull Size
SB 1127Constans II, 641-668, AE Half follis. Rome mint. No legend, crowned bust facing, with short beard and wearing chlamys, sometimes holding cross on globe / Large XX, cross above; mintmark ROM. SB 1127, MIB 217.TextFull Size
SB 1133Constans II, AV Solidus, Ravenna mint. N CONIIANTNIUS PP AV, crowned bust facing, cross on circlet, normal sized head type, wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe, dotted border / VCTORIA AVGGG, Cross potent on base and three steps. K in right field; mintmark CONOB, all in heavy annular border. SB 1133; MIB 131.TextFull Size
SB 1135 varConstans II, 641-668 AD. AR Quarter Siliqua, Ravenna mint. ICV+AVT, beadless, diademed, robed bust right / large cross, C to left, N to right, O below, all within wreath. DOC II 204 var. (legend); MIB III 160; SB 1135 var. (legend).TextFull Size
SB 1138Constans II, 641-668 AD. AE Follis. Ravenna mint. DN CONSTANTENVS PP A, crowned bust facing with long beard and wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe / large m (lower case), ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year IIII, IIIII or IIIIII to right; (no officina letter below) mintmark RAV. SB 1138, DOC 206.TextFull Size
SB 1139Constans II (641-668 AD), Ravenna, bronze follis, (DN CONSTANTINV..), facing busts of Constans on left with long beard, and Constantine IV on right, beardless, each wearing crown and chlamys, cross between their head / Large m (lower case), flanked by standing figures of Heraclius holding cross on globe, on left, and Tiberius, on right; each wearing crown and chlamys; above: AN and regnal year. (Sear lists AN X GIII and AN III) above, mint RAV in ex. SB 1139, DOC 207.TextFull Size
SB 1140Constans II, 641-668 AD. AE Follis. Ravenna mint. DN CONSTANT PP, crowned bust facing, beardless and wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe / large K, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year III or IIII to right; mintmark RAV. SB 1140, MIB 226.TextFull Size
Sica 508Constans II, Arab-Byzantine imitative. EIST NIK, Constans, unbearded, wearing crown and chlamys, standing facing, holding long cross and cross on globe / large m (lower case), ANNO to left, cross above, L over F (countermarked) to right, CION in ex. Goodwin Type E; SICA I, 508-525.TextFull Size
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SB 1146Mezezius. (668-669 AD). AV solidus (3.96 gm). Syracuse. D N MEZEZI P P [AVU], bust facing with beard and long moustache, wearing plumed helmet and cuirass, and holding cross on globe and shield / VICTORIA AVGU E, cross potent on three steps; mintmark CONOB. Berk 167; Sear 1146; MIB 9.TextFull Size
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SB 1147Constantine IV. 668-685 AD. AV Solidus, Constantinople. DN CONSTATINVS C COS (or similar), bust facing, beardloess, wearing crown and chlamys, and holding cross on globe / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps between the facing, standing figures of Heraclius on left and Tiberius on right, both beardless, each wearing crown and chlamys and holding cross on globe; mintmark CONOB. SB 1147; MIB 1B; DO 1.TextFull Size
SB 1151Constantine IV. 668-685 AD. AV Solidus, Constantinople. D N CONSTAN-TINUS C CONIS, helmeted, unbearded, cuirassed bust facing three-quarters right, holding spear over right shoulder / VICTORIA [AVGU], cross potent on three steps between Heraclius and Tiberius standing facing, both crowned, wearing chlamys, and holding cross on globe; mintmark CONOB in exergue. Berk 168; DO 4; MIB 4B. Sear 1151.TextFull Size
SB 1152Constantine IV. 668-685 AD. AV Solidus, Constantinople. D N CONSTAN-TINUS C CONIS, helmeted, unbearded, cuirassed bust facing three-quarters right, holding spear over right shoulder / VICTORIA [AVGU], cross potent on three steps between Heraclius and Tiberius standing facing, both crowned, wearing chlamys, and holding cross on globe; Q at lower right; mintmark CONOB in exergue. DO 5; MIB 6B. Sear 1152.TextFull Size
SB 1153Constantine IV. 668-685 AD. AV Solidus, Constantinople. D N CONTANIUS PP G, helmeted, unbearded, cuirassed bust facing three-quarters right, holding spear over right shoulder / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps between Heraclius and Tiberius standing facing, both crowned, wearing chlamys, and holding cross on globe; mintmark CONOB in exergue. DO 6; MIB 4C. Sear 1153.TextFull Size
SB 1154Constantine IV. 668-685 AD. AV Solidus, Constantinople. D N CANUS PP or similar, helmeted (with frontal plume only), cuirassed bust facing (described as three-quarters right), with short beard, holding spear over right shoulder and shield with horseman motif / VICTOA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps between Heraclius and Tiberius standing facing, both crowned, wearing chlamys, and holding cross on globe; mintmark CONOB. DO 8; MIB 7a. Sear 1154.TextFull Size
SB 1155Constantine IV. 668-685 AD. AV Solidus, Constantinople. D N CANUS PP or similar, helmeted (with frontal plume only), cuirassed bust facing (or three-quarters right), with short beard, holding spear over right shoulder and shield with horseman motif / VICTOA AVGU and officina letter followed by +, cross potent on three steps between Heraclius and Tiberius standing facing, both crowned, wearing chlamys, and holding cross on globe; mintmark CONOB in exergue. DO 9; Sear 1155.TextFull Size
SB 1156Constantine IV. 668-685 AD. AV Solidus, Constantinople. D N CANUS PP or similar, helmeted (with crest and plume), cuirassed bust facing (or three-quarters right), with short beard, holding spear over right shoulder and shield with horseman motif / VICTOA AVGU and sometimes with officina letter, cross potent on three steps between Heraclius and Tiberius standing facing, both crowned, wearing chlamys, and holding cross on globe; mintmark CONOB in exergue. DO 10; Sear 1156.TextFull Size
SB 1157Constantine IV. 668-685 AD. AV Solidus, Constantinople. P CONSTANS PS PP A or similar, helmeted (with crest and plume), cuirassed bust facing three-quarters right, with short beard, holding spear over right shoulder and shield with horseman motif, all of fine style / VICTORA AVGU and officina letter (sometimes placed vertically), cross potent on three steps; mintmark CONOB. DO 12, 14; Sear 1157.Text

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SB 1158Constantine IV. 668-685 AD. AV Solidus, Constantinople. P CONSTANS PS PP A or similar, helmeted (with crest and plume), cuirassed bust facing three-quarters right, with short beard, holding spear over right shoulder and shield with horseman motif, all of fine style / VICTORA AVGU and officina letter (sometimes placed vertically), cross potent on three steps; mintmark CONOBA. DO 13, 15; Sear 1158.TextFull Size
SB 1161Constantine IV. 668-685 AD. AV Semissis. Constantinople. blundered legend for DN CONSTANTIUS PP AV, Pearl-diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right / VICTORIA AVGUS, cross potent on globe. DOC 16; SB 1161.TextFull Size
SB 1167Constantine IV. 668-685 AD. AR Hexagram. Constantinople. DN CONSTANTINUS C CONST or similar, beardless, crowned bust facing, wearing chlamys, holding spear over shoulder / Cross potent on globe on three steps flanked by Heraclius and Tiberius standing facing, crowned, wearing chlamys, each holding cross on globe. DOC 22; SB 1167.TextFull Size
SB 1169Constantine IV. 668-685 AD. AR Hexagram. Constantinople. DN CONSTANTINUS C CONST or similar, beardless, crowned bust facing, wearing chlamys, holding spear over shoulder / Cross potent on Q on three steps between Heraclius and Tiberius standing facing, crowned, wearing chlamys, each holding cross on globe. DOC 24; SB 1169.TextFull Size
SB 1170Constantine IV. 668-685 AD. AR Hexagram. Constantinople. DN COIANUS P or similar, cuirassed bust with short beard, facing three-quarters to right, wearing helmet with frontal plume, holding spear over shoulder and shield / DEYS ADIYTA ROMANIS, Cross potent on globe above three steps; Heraclius standing facing on the left, Tiberius standing facing on the right, each wearing crown and chlamys, and each holding a cross on globe. DO. 25; SB 1170.TextFull Size
SB 1172Constantine IV. 668-685 AD. AR Hexagram. Constantinople. DN COIANUS P or similar, cuirassed bust with short beard, facing three-quarters to right, wearing helmet with crest and plume, holding spear over shoulder and shield / DEYS ADIYTA ROMANIS, Cross potent on globe above three steps; Heraclius standing facing on the left, Tiberius standing facing on the right, each wearing crown and chlamys, and each holding a cross on globe. DO. 26; SB 1172.TextFull Size
SB 1173Constantine IV. 668-685 AD. AE Follis, Constantinople. DN CONSTANTINVS PP AV or similar, plumed-helmeted, unbearded, cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe / large M between Heraclius and Tiberius, standing facing, both crowned and wearing chlamys and holding cross on globe; cross above, A below; mintmark CON. SB 1173, DOC 28.TextFull Size
SB 1179Constantine IV. 668-685 AD. AE Half Follis, Constantinople. DN CONSTANTINVS PP AV or similar, helmeted, cuirassed bust facing, unbearded, holding cross on globe, sometimes with cross to right (one example here overstruck on a follis) / Large K, ANNO to left, cross above, CO over N to right, officina letter epsilon below. SB 1179, DOC 35.Text

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SB 1182Constantine IV. 668-685 AD. AE Decanummium, Constantinople. No legend, helmeted, cuirassed, unbearded bust facing, holding cross on globe / Large I, cross to left, cross above, K to right; mintmark CON. SB 1182, DOC 38.TextFull Size
SB 1183Constantine IV. 668-685 AD. AE Decanummium, Constantinople. No legend, helmeted with plume, cuirassed, unbearded bust facing, holding spear over shoulder / Large I, cross to left, cross above, K to right; mintmark CON. SB 1183, DOC 39.TextFull Size
SB 1188 varConstantine IV. 668-685 AD. AV Solidus, Carthage mint. DN ONZ CSS or similar, Helmeted, cuirassed, facing bust, with short beard, holding spear and shield / Cross potent on three steps between Heraclius and Tiberius standing facing, both crowned and wearing chlamys, each holding cross on globe; dot to left of cross, no visible mintmark. Cf. DOC II 43; cf. MIB III 20; cf. SB 1188.TextFull Size
SB 1189AConstantine IV. 668-685 AD. AV Solidus, Carthage mint. D ON (sic) COS V P, helmeted and cuirassed bust facing, holding spear over shoulder and shield / Cross potent on steps between Heraclius and Tiberius, standing facing, each crowned and wearing chlamys, each holding cross on globe; indictional year H in left field; retrograde S in right field; mintmark CONOB. MIB II 25 (Sardinia); SB 1189A.TextFull Size
SB 1198Constantine IV, AE Half follis, 668-685 AD. Carthage. No legend, Heraclius, holding cross on globe, on left; Constantine IV in centre and Tiberius on right, all crowned, wearing chlamys / TKw type monogram (Sear type 35), cross to left, star to right. SB 1198, DOC 53.TextFull Size
SB 1202Constantine IV Pogonatus, 668-685 AD. AV Solidus. d N CONSAN N S PP A, crowned, draped, and cuirassed bust facing of Constantine, with short beard, holding cross on globe / VICTORIA AVGU G (placed vertically) and dot, (Letters A are elongated), cross potent on three steps between Heraclius and Tiberius, each holding cross on globe; mintmark CONOB and three dots. DOC 56; MIB 31; Anastasi 223; SB 1202.TextFull Size
SB 1207Constantine IV, AE Follis, 668-685 AD. no legend, unbearded, helmeted, cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe / Large M, Heraclius on left, PTw monogram above, Tiberius on right, each crowned, wearing chlamys and holding cross on globe; mintmark SCL. SB 1207, DOC 60.TextFull Size
SB 1208Constantine IV, AE Follis, 668-685 AD. no legend, helmeted, cuirassed bust facing three-quarters to right, with slight beard, holding spear and shield / Large M, TKw monogram above, Heraclius on left, Tiberius on right, each crowned, wearing chlamys and holding cross on globe; mintmark SCL. SB 1208, DOC 61.TextFull Size
SB 1209Constantine IV, AE Follis, 668-685 AD. Syracuse. no legend, Constantine IV helmeted and cuirassed, standing facing, holding spear / Large M, TKw monogram above, Heraclius on left, Tiberius on right, each crowned, wearing chlamys and holding cross on globe; mintmark SCL. SB 1209, DOC 62.TextFull Size
SB 1210Constantine IV, AE Follis, 668-685 AD. Syracuse. no legend, helmeted and cuirassed bust with short beard, facing three-quarters to right, holding spear and shield / Large M, TKw monogram above; mintmark SCL. SB 1210, DOC 63.TextFull Size
SB 1211Constantine IV, AE Follis, 668-685 AD. Syracuse. no legend, Constantine IV, helmeted, cloaked and cuirassed, standing facing, holding spear and cross on globe / Large M, TKw monogram above; mintmark SCL. SB 1211, DOC 64.TextFull Size
SB 1213Constantine IV, AE Half Follis, 668-685 AD. Syracuse. no legend, helmeted and cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe / Large K, +AN to left, NOD to right; mintmark SCL. SB 1213, DOC 66.TextFull Size
SB 1221Constantine IV. 668-685 AD. AV Solidus, Italian mint. dN CONSTANTINI, helmeted and cuirassed bust, facing slightly right, with short beard, holding spear over shoulder and shield / VICTORA AUGU, cross potent on three steps between Heraclius and Tiberius, each wearing crown and chlamys, each holding cross on globe; two dots to right; mintmark CONOB. MIB 54, SB 1221.TextFull Size
SB 1230AConstantine IV. 668-685 AD. AV Solidus, Naples mint. dN CONSTANTINI, helmeted and cuirassed bust, facing three-quarters to right, with short beard, holding spear over shoulder and shield with horseman motif / VICTORA AUGU, cross potent on three steps; mintmark CONOB. MIB 45, SB 1230A.TextFull Size
SB 1231Constantine IV. 668-685 AD. AE Half follis, Naples mint. fragmentary legend, unbearded, crowned bust facing, wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe / Large XX; mintmark NE. SB 1231, DOC 79b.TextFull Size
SB 1233AConstantine IV. 668-685 AD. AR 1/8 Siliqua, Naples mint. no legend, Crowned and beardless facing bust, wearing chlamys and holding cross on globe / STEA-like monogram of Pope Vitalian. SB 1233A.TextFull Size
SB 1234Constantine IV. 668-685 AD. AE Half follis, Naples mint. no legend, unbearded, crowned, cuirassed bust facing / small X over X between large, crowned, facing busts of Heraclius and Tiberius, cross above; mintmark ROm. SB 1234, MIB 115.TextFull Size
SB 1239Constantine IV. 668-685 AD. AE Follis, Ravenna mint. fragmentary legend, helmeted and cuirassed bust facing three-quarters to right, with short beard, holding spear and shield / Large M, ANNO over regnal year above, to left and right Heraclius and Tiberius standing facing, each crowned and wearing chlamys and each holding cross on globe, Q below; mintmark RAV. SB 1239, MIB 117.TextFull Size
SB 1240Constantine IV. 668-685 AD. AE Follis, Ravenna mint. DN CONSTAN PP, helmeted and cuirassed bust facing three-quarters to right, with short beard, holding spear and shield / Large M, ANNO to left, IA or IB above, regnal year XXX or XXXI to right, Q below; mintmark RAV. SB 1240, DOC 92.TextFull Size
JUSTINIAN II
SB 1242Justinian II. first reign, 685-695 AD. AV solidus. Constantinople, IUSTINIA—NUS PE AV, facing bust, beardless and with small face, wearing crown ornamented with cross and chlamys and holding cross on globe / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps; mintmark CONOB. DO 1. MIB 1. Sear 1242.TextFull Size
SB 1243Justinian II. first reign, 685-695 AD. AV solidus. Constantinople, IUSTINIA—NUS PE AV, facing bust, beardless and with larger face, wearing crown ornamented with cross and circlet, and chlamys, holding cross on globe / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps; mintmark CONOB. DO 2a. MIB 2. Sear 1243.TextFull Size
SB 1245Justinian II. first reign, 685-695 AD. AV solidus. Constantinople, IUSTINIA—NUS PE AV, facing bust, with slight beard, indicated by dots around the face, wearing crown ornamented with cross and circlet, and chlamys, holding cross on globe / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps; mintmark CONOB. Sear 1245.TextFull Size
SB 1245AJustinian II. first reign, 685-695 AD. AV solidus. Constantinople, IUSTINIA—NUS PE AV, facing bust, with slight beard, indicated by dots around the face, wearing crown ornamented with cross and circlet, and chlamys, holding cross on globe / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps; mintmark CONOBA. Sear 1245A.TextFull Size
SB 1246Justinian II. first reign, 685-695 AD. AV solidus. Constantinople, D IUSTINIA—NUS PE AV, facing bust, with short beard of normal form, wearing crown ornamented with cross, and chlamys, holding cross on globe / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps; mintmark CONOB. DO 5c. MIB 6. Sear 1246.TextFull Size
SB 1247Justinian II. first reign, 685-695 AD. AV solidus, IUSTINIANUS PE AVC, facing bust, with short beard, wearing crown ornamented with cross, and chlamys, holding cross on globe / VICTORIA AVCU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps; mintmark CONOBG. Sear 1247.TextFull Size
SB 1247cfJustinian II. first reign, 685-695 AD. AV solidus, IUSTINIANUS PE AVC, facing bust, with full mature face with distinct beard, wearing crown ornamented with cross, and chlamys, holding cross on globe / VICTORIA AVCU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps; mintmark CONOB. Similar to Sear 1246/1247.TextFull Size
SB 1248Justinian II. first reign, 685-695 AD. AV solidus, Constantinople. IhS CRISTOS REX—RESNANTIUM, facing bust of Christ, with long hair and full beard, wearing pallium and colobium, raising right hand in benediction, holding book of Gospels in left hand, cross behind head / D IUSTINI—ANU—S SERV ChRISTI, usually with officina letter placed vertically, Justinian standing facing, wearing crown and loros, holding akakia and cross potent on base; mintmark CONOP or CONOG. DO 7b; MIB 8; Sear 1248.TextFull Size
SB 1249Justinian II. first reign, 685-695 AD. AV solidus, Constantinople. IhS CRISTOS REX—RESNANTIUM, facing bust of Christ, with long hair and full beard, wearing pallium and colobium, raising right hand in benediction, holding book of Gospels in left hand, cross behind head / D IUSTINI—ANU—S SERV ChRISTI, usually with officina letter placed vertically, Justinian standing facing, wearing crown and loros, holding akakia and cross potent on base; mintmark CONOPA. Sear 1249.TextFull Size
SB 1250Justinian II. first reign, 685-695 AD. AV light weight solidus. Constantinople, IUSTINIANUS PE AV, Crowned facing bust, holding cross on globe / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps; star in right field; mintmark CONOB. SB 1250.TextFull Size
SB 1252Justinian II. first reign, 685-695 AD. AV Semissis, Constantinople. IhS CRISTOS REX—RESNANTIUM, facing bust of Christ, with long hair and full beard, wearing pallium and colobium, raising right hand in benediction, holding book of Gospels in left hand, cross behind head / D IUSTINI—ANU—S SERV ChRISTI, Justinian standing facing, wearing crown and loros, holding akakia and cross potent on globe. DOC 10; MIB 12; SB 1252.TextFull Size
SB 1254Justinian II. first reign, 685-695 AD. AV Tremissis. Constantinople. DN IUSTINIANUS PE, diademed and draped bust RIGHT / Cross potent; mintmark CONOB. DOC 12; MIB 14; SB 1254.TextFull Size
SB 1255Justinian II. first reign, 685-695 AD. AV Tremissis. Constantinople. DN IUSTINIANUS PE, crowned facing bust, wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter placed vertically, cross potent on three steps; mintmark CONOB. DOC 13; MIB 15; SB 1255.TextFull Size
SB 1256Justinian II. first reign, 685-695 AD. AV Tremissis. Constantinople. IhS CRISTOS REX—RESNANTIUM, facing bust of Christ, with long hair and full beard, wearing pallium and colobium, raising right hand in benediction, holding book of Gospels in left hand, cross behind head / VICTORIA AVGU, Justinian standing facing, wearing crown and loros, holding akakia and cross potent on short base. (No officina letter or mintmark). SB 1256.TextFull Size
SB 1259Justinian II. first reign, 685-695 AD. AR Hexagram. Constantinople. [IhS CRISTU]S REX REGNANTIUM, facing bust of Christ, raising hand in benediction and holding Gospels; cross behind head / D IVSTINI ANU S SERU CHRIST, Justinian standing facing, wearing crown and loros, holding cross potent on two steps and akakia; mintmark CONOP. DOC 17; MIB 40; SB 1259.TextFull Size
SB 1260Justinian II. first reign, 685-695 AD. AE Follis, Constantinople. IVSTINIANVS P, crowned bust facing, short beard, wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe; cross in right field / Large M, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right, officina letter A or epsilon below; mintmark CON. SB 1260, DOC 18.TextFull Size
SB 1262Justinian II. first reign, 685-695 AD. AE Half Follis, Constantinople. no legend, crowned, unbearded bust facing, wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe; cross in right field / Large K, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right, officina letter below; no mintmark. SB 1262, DOC 19.TextFull Size
SB 1269Justinian II. first reign, 685-695 AD. AE Follis, Carthage. IVSTINANVS PP, crowned bust facing, with short beard, wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe / Large M, Q over D above; mintmark KGW. SB 1269, DOC 32.TextFull Size
SB 1276Justinian II. first reign, 685-695 AD. AV Solidus. Sardinian mint. [d N] IUStI NIANUS PP, unbearded, crowned and draped bust facing, long hair in large curls protruding from each side of head, holding cross on globe / VCtORIA VS (sic), cross potent on three steps; mintmark CONOB. cf. MIB 19; SB 1276.TextFull Size
SB 1281Justinian II. first reign, 685-695 AD. AV Solidus. Syracuse mint. d IUSTI-NIANUS P P, crowned facing bust, holding cross on globe / VICTORIA AVGU and Q or K, cross potent on three steps; mintmark CONOB. DOC 41; MIB 23-24; SB 1281.Text

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SB 1282Justinian II. first reign, 685-695 AD. AV Solidus. Syracuse mint. d IUSTI-NIANUS P P, crowned facing bust, holding cross on globe / VICTORIA AVGU and Q, cross potent on three steps; Z in right field; mintmark CONOB. SB 1282.TextFull Size
SB 1282 varJustinian II, Second reign, AV Solidus. Syracuse mint(?). D N IUDINI-ANUS (sic) PEP, crowned facing bust, holding cross on globe / VICTORIA GVS U (sic) and officina letter, cross potent on three steps; star in right field; mintmark CONOB. TextFull Size
SB 1294Justinian II. first reign, 685-695 AD. AE Follis. Syracuse mint. no legend, crowned bust facing wearing jewelled robe, holding akakia in right hand and cross on globe in left hand) / Large M, TNA-like monogram above (Sear type 38); mintmark SCL. SB 1294, DOC 53.TextFull Size
SB 1296Justinian II. first reign, 685-695 AD. AE Follis. Syracuse mint. no legend, crowned bust facing wearing chlamys, holding akakia in left hand and cross on globe in right hand; upright palm branch to left / Large M, TNA-like monogram above (Sear type 38); mintmark SCL. SB 1296, DOC 55.TextFull Size
SB 1297Justinian II. first reign, 685-695 AD. AE Follis. Syracuse mint. no legend, crowned bust facing, wearing elaborate cloak, holding akakia and cross on globe / Large m (lower case), cross to left, TNA-like monogram above (Sear type 38), cross to right, sometimes with D below; mintmark SCL. SB 1297, DOC 57.TextFull Size
SB 1298Justinian II. first reign, 685-695 AD. AE Follis. Syracuse mint. no legend, crowned bust facing, wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe / Large m (lower case), TNA-like monogram above (Sear type 38), sometimes with D below; mintmark SCL. SB 1298, DOC 58.TextFull Size
SB 1299Justinian II. first reign, 685-695 AD. AE Follis. Syracuse. no legend, Justinian, crowned wearing chlamys, standing facing, holding akakia and long cross / Large M, star to left, TNA-like monogram above (Sear type 38), star to right, epsilon below; mintmark SCL. SB 1299, DOC 59.TextFull Size
SB 1300Justinian II. first reign, 685-695 AD. AE Follis. Syracuse. no legend, Justinian, crowned, wearing loros, standing facing, holding cross potent on two steps, and cross on globe / Large M, TNA-like monogram above (Sear type 38), star below; mintmark SCL. SB 1300, DOC 60.TextFull Size
SB 1301Justinian II. first reign, 685-695 AD. AE Follis. Syracuse. no legend, Justinian standing, in military dress, wearing plumed helmet, holding spear and cross on globe; branch to left, small plant at lower right / Large M, CVPA to left, TNA-like monogram above (Sear type 38), KOVCI to right; mintmark SCL. SB 1301, DOC 61.Text

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SB 1303Justinian II. first reign, 685-695 AD. AE Follis. Syracuse. no legend, Justinian standing, in military dress, wearing plumed helmet, holding akakia and cross on globe; star above branch to left and right / Large M, INA to left, TNA-like monogram above (Sear type 38), cross over H over cross to right; mintmark SCL. SB 1303, DOC 63.Text

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SB 1308AJustinian II. first reign, 685-695 AD. AR 1/8 Siliqua. Rome mint. No legend, unbearded bust facing, crowned and wearing chlamys / monogram of Rome, S in upper left field. SB 1308A.TextFull Size
SB 1309Justinian II. first reign, 685-695 AD. BI three-quarter follis. Rome mint. No legend, unbearded bust facing, crowned and wearing chlamys / Large XXX, mintmark ROM (sometimes retrograde). DOC 69; SB 1309.TextFull Size
SB 1310Justinian II. first reign, 685-695 AD. AE follis. Ravenna. Fragmentary legend, crowned bust facing, with short beard and wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe / Large M, cross above; mintmark RAV. DOC 72 var ; SB 1310 var. (No references mention any obverse legend for this type).TextFull Size
SB 1323Justinian II. first reign, 685-695 AD. AV Tremissis. Uncertain Italian mint. D IVSTINIA.., bust facing with short beard, wearing crown and chlamys, holding cross on globe / VICTORIA AVGU and C, cross potent on base; mintmark CONOB. MIB 34; SB 1323.TextFull Size
LEONTIUS
SB 1330Leontius. 695-698 AD. AV Solidus. Constantinople mint. D LEO N PE AV, facing bust, bearded, wearing crown and loros, holding akakia and cross on globe / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps; mintmark CONOB. DOC 1f; MIB 1; SB 1330.TextFull Size
SB 1333 cfLeontius. 695-698 AD. AV Fourré Tremissis, Rome mint. DN LEON PE AV, crowned facing bust, wearing loros, holding akakia and cross on globe / VICTORIA AVGU C, cross potent; C/ CONOB. Cf. DOC III 21; cf. MIB III 26; cf SB 1333 (Constantinople).TextFull Size
SB 1335Leontius. 695-698 AD. AE Half follis. Constantinople. No legend, crowned bust facing, wearing loros, holding cross on globe, cross to right / Large K, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right (A, I, B or II), officina letter below. SB 1335, MIB 33. Often struck on quarter pieces of older, larger coins.TextFull Size
SB 1342Leontius, 695-698 AD, AV Tremissis, Syracuse. 1.28 gr. [D LEO]N AYGYI, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / [VICTORIA] AVGY T. Cross potent, I-B across fields. MIB N16; SB 1342.TextFull Size
SB 1343Leontius. (695-698 AD). AE Follis. 2.64g. Syracuse mint. D LEON PE AV, crowned, bearded bust facing, wearing loros, holding akakia and cross on globe / Large M; monogram (v on o on TNEL) Sear type 40 above. Mintmark SCL. DOC II 17; Spahr 237; BBS 56; MIB III 36; SB 1343.TextFull Size
SB 1358Leontius. 695-698 AD. AE follis. Ravenna. D LEON PE AV, crowned bust facing, wearing loros, holding cross on globe / large M, cross above; mintmark RAV. SB 1358, DOC 30.TextFull Size
SB 1358 varLeontius. 695-698 AD. AE follis. Ravenna. D LEON PE AV, crowned bust facing, wearing loros with cross on chest, holding cross on globe / large M, cross above; mintmark RAV. Ravenna Museum 2606; SB 1358v, DOC 30v.TextFull Size
TIBERIUS III
SB 1360Tiberius III, 698-705 AD. Constantinople, AV Solidus. D TIBERIUS PW AV, bust facing with short beard, wearing crown and cuirass, holding spear diagonally across his body, shield on arm / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps; mintmark CONOB. DO 1; Sear 1360.TextFull Size
SB 1362Tiberius III, 698-705 AD. Constantinople, AV Semissis. d TIbERIUS PE AV, bust of Tiberius III facing, with short beard, wearing crown and cuirass, transverse spear across body in right hand, shield in left. VICTORIA AVGUS, cross potent on globe. SB 1362.TextFull Size
SB 1363Tiberius III, 698-705 AD. Constantinople, AV Tremissis. d TIbERIUS PE AV, bust of Tiberius III facing, with short beard, wearing crown and cuirass, transverse spear across body in right hand, shield in left. VICTORIA AVGUS, cross potent on globe. SB 1363, DO II 15, MIB 13.TextFull Size
SB 1366Tiberius III, 698-705 AD. Constantinople, AE Follis. Fragmentary legend, bust of Tiberius III facing, with short beard, wearing crown and cuirass, transverse spear across body in right hand, shield in left / Large M, ANNO to left, cross above, I, II or III to right, sometimes with dot above and below; officina letter below; mintmark CON. SB 1366, MIB 73.TextFull Size
SB 1367Tiberius III, 698-705 AD. Constantinople, AE Follis. Fragmentary legend, Tiberius III standing facing, crowned and in military dress, holding cross on globe and long cross / Large M, ANNO to left, cross above, - over D over - to right, officina letter below; mintmark CON. SB 1367, DOC 11.TextFull Size
SB 1368Tiberius III, 698-705 AD. Constantinople, AE Half Follis. Fragmentary legend, bust facing with short beard, crowned and cuirassed, holding spear across body and shield on arm / Large K, ANNO to left, cross above, I or II to right, officina letter below. SB 1368, DOC 12. Often struck on quarter pieces of older, larger coins.TextFull Size
SB 1369Tiberius III, 698-705 AD. Constantinople, AE Half Follis. Fragmentary legend, emperor standing facing crowned and in military dress, holding cross on globe and long cross / Large K, ANNO to left, cross above, delta to right, officina letter A or B below. SB 1369, DOC 13.TextFull Size
SB 1372Tiberius III, 698-705 AD. Constantinople, AV Solidus, mint in Sardinia. d TIBERIUS PE AV or similar, bust facing with short beard, wearing crown and cuirass, holding spear diagonally across body, and shield / VICTORIA AVGU, cross potent on three steps, cross to left, S to right; mintmark CONOB. SB 1372, DO 15.TextFull Size
SB 1380Tiberius III (Apsimar). 698-705 AD. AV Solidus. Syracuse. d TIbE RI Au, crowned and cuirassed facing bust, holding spear diagonally across body, and shield / VICTORIA AUGU and star (sometimes with dots in cross formation), cross potent on three steps; mintmark CONOB. DOC 21; SB 1380.TextFull Size
SB 1381Tiberius III (Apsimar). 698-705 AD. AV Solidus. Italian mint. d TIbE RI Au, crowned and cuirassed facing bust, holding spear diagonally across body, and shield / VICTORIA AUGU, cross potent on three steps; cross to left, cross to right; mintmark CONOB. DOC II 22 (Syracuse); MIB II 34 (Syracuse); SB 1381 (Syracuse).TextFull Size
SB 1391Tiberius III (Apsimar). 698-705 AD. AV tremissis, Syracuse mint. D TIbERIS AV or similar, diademed and draped bust right / VICTORIA AUGU (sometimes followed by three dors, or C or GP, cross potent, mintmark CONOB. SB 1391.TextFull Size
SB 1395Tiberius III (Apsimar). 698-705 AD. AE Follis. Syracuse. no legend, crowned and cuirassed bust facing, cross on crown, holding spear and shield, star to left / Large M, upright palm to left, cross shaped monogram above (Sear type 42), upright palm to right; mintmark SCL. SB 1395, DOC 32.TextFull Size
SB 1396Tiberius III (Apsimar). 698-705 AD. AE Follis. Syracuse. no legend, Tiberius standing, crowned and wearing long tunic, holding long cross and cross on globe / Large M, cross to left, cross shaped monogram above (Sear type 42), cross to right; star below; mintmark SCL. SB 1396, DOC 33.TextFull Size
SB 1411Tiberius III (Apsimar). 698-705 AD. AE Follis. Ravenna. DN TIBERIVS PE AV, crowned and cuirassed bust facing with short beard, holding spear diagonally across body, and shield / large M, cross above; mintmark RAV. SB 1411, DOC 48.TextFull Size
JUSTINIAN II SECOND REIGN
SB 1413Justinian II. Second reign, 705-711 AD. AV Solidus, Constantinople mint. dN IhS ChS REX REGNANTIUM, facing bust of Christ with curly hair and close beard, wearing pallium and colobium, raising right hand in benediction and holding book of gospels in left / DN IUSTINIANUS MULTUS AN, crowned facing bust, wearing loros, holding cross potent on base and patriarchal globe inscribed with PAX. DOC 1; MIB 1; SB 1413.TextFull Size
SB 1414Justinian II. Second reign, 705-711 AD. AV Solidus, Constantinople mint. dN IhS ChS REX REGNANTIUM, facing bust of Christ with curly hair and close beard, wearing pallium and colobium, raising right hand in benediction and holding book of gospels in left / DN IUSTINIANUS ET TIbERIUS PP AC, crowned, half-length figures facing of Justinian on left and Tiberius, smaller, on right, each wearing divitision and chlamys, holding cross potent on two steps between them. DOC II 2a; MIB III 2a; SB 1414.TextFull Size
SB 1415Justinian II. Second reign, 705-711 AD. AV Solidus, Constantinople mint. dN IhS ChS REX REGNANTIUM, facing bust of Christ with curly hair and close beard, wearing pallium and colobium, raising right hand in benediction and holding book of gospels in left / D N IUSTINIAN US ET TIbERIUS P P A, crowned busts of Justinian and older Tiberius, (almost same size), each wearing divitision and chlamys, holding cross potent on two steps between them. DOC 26; SB 1415.TextFull Size
SB 1419Justinian II. Second reign, 705-711 AD. AV tremissis, Constantinople mint. dN IhS ChS REX REGNANTIUM, facing bust of Christ with curly hair and close beard, wearing pallium and colobium, raising right hand in benediction and holding book of gospels in left / [D N I]UTINIANUS (sic) MULTUS A’, bust of Justinian II, with mustache and close beard, wearing loros and crown with cross on circlet, holding in right hand cross potent on base, in left patriarchal cross on globe inscribed PAX. Berk 203. DO 5. MIB 5. Sear 1419.TextFull Size
SB 1420Justinian II. Second reign, 705-711 AD. AV tremissis, Constantinople mint. dN IhS ChS REX REGNANTIUM, facing bust of Christ with curly hair and close beard, wearing pallium and colobium, raising right hand in benediction and holding book of gospels in left / DN IUSTINIANUS ET TIbERIUS PP AC, crowned, half-length figures facing of Justinian on left and Tiberius, smaller, on right, each wearing divitision and chlamys, holding cross potent on base between them. SB 1420.TextFull Size
SB 1421Justinian II, second reign, AV Tremissis. Constantinople. d N IhSChS REX REGNANTIUM, facing bust of Christ in pallium & colobium, raising right hand in benediction & holding book of Gospels in left hand, cross behind head / D (retrograde) N IUSTINIANUS ET TibERIUS PP A’, facing half-length figures of Justinian, on left, & Tiberius, as older child, on right, each in crown, divitision chlamys, holding between them cross potent on base. MIB 6b, DO 6b. TextFull Size
SB 1435Justinian II. Second reign, 705-711 AD. AE Follis. Syracuse mint. Crowned bust facing with short beard, wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe, large dot to right / Large M, star to left, monogram above, star to right, S or Z below, mintmark SCL. SB 1435, MIB 50.TextFull Size
SB 1438Justinian II. Second reign, 705-711 AD. AE Follis. Syracuse. Justinian and Tiberius standing facing, both crowned and wearing chlamys, long cross between them / Large M, star to left, monogram above, star to right, mintmark SCL. SB 1438, MIB 52.TextFull Size
SB 1445Justinian II. Second reign, 705-711 AD. AE Follis. Ravenna. Justinian, crowned bust facing, with short beard, wearing loros holding cross potent and cross on globe / Large M, ANNO left, cross above, XXI to right, mintmark RAV. SB 1445, DOC 23.TextFull Size
PHILIPPICUS
SB 1477Philippicus. 711-713 AD. AV Solidus. Constantinople mint. DN FILEPICUS MUL-TUS AN, crowned bust facing, wearing loros and holding cross on globe and eagle-tipped sceptre / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps; mintmark CONOB. DOC 1; MIB 1; SB 1447.Text

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SB 1452Philippicus. 711-713 AD. AV tremissis. Constantinople. [D (retrograde) N FILEPICUS] MULT[US AN], facing bust, with short beard, wearing crown and loros, and holding cross on globe in right hand and eagle-tipped sceptre surmounted by cross in left / VICTORIA AVS[U], cross potent on base, CONOB beneath. Berk 206. MIB 6. Sear 1452.TextFull Size
SB 1455Philippicus. 711-713 AD. AE Follis. Constantinople. illegible legend, crowned bust facing with short beard, wearing loros, holding cross on globe and eagle-tipped sceptre / large M, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right, officina letter below; mintmark CON. SB 1455, MIB 21.TextFull Size
SB 1456Philippicus. 711-713 AD. AE Half follis. Constantinople. illegible legend, crowned bust facing with short beard, wearing loros, holding cross on globe and eagle-tipped sceptre / large K, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right, officina letter below. SB 1456, DOC 12.TextFull Size
SB 1457Philippicus. 711-713 AD. AE Decanummium. Constantinople. illegible legend, crowned bust facing with short beard, wearing loros, holding cross on globe and eagle-tipped sceptre / large I, cross to left, regnal year I or II to right, officina letter A or G below. SB 1457, MIB 23.TextFull Size
SB 1460APhilippicus. 711-713 AD. AE Follis. Syracuse. illegible legend, emperor standing facing, helmeted wearing military dress (resembling loros), holding cross on globe in left hand and long eagle-tipped sceptre in right hand / large M, star to left, PFK above, star to right; mintmark SCL. SB 1460A, MIB 24.Text

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ANASTASIUS II
SB 1463Anastasius II. 713-715 AD. AV solidus. Constantinople. d N APTEMIUS ANASTASIUS MULA, bust facing, with short beard, wearing crown and chlamys and holding cross on globe and akakia / VICTORIA AVCU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps; mintmark CONOB. Berk 207. MIB 2. Sear 1463.TextFull Size
SB 1469Anastasius II. 713-715 AD. AE Follis. Constantinople. Fragmentary legend, Crowned bust facing with short beard, wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe and akakia, cross in right field / large M, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year (with slash-like / characters) to right, officina letter below, mintmark CON. SB 1469. MIB 28.TextFull Size
SB 1470Anastasius II. 713-715 AD. AE Half Follis. Constantinople. Fragmentary legend, Crowned bust facing with short beard, wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe and akakia, cross in right field / large K, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year (with slash-like / characters) to right, officina letter below. SB 1470. MIB 29.TextFull Size
SB 1473bAnastasius II (Artemius) (713-715). AV Tremissis. Syracuse. 1.17g. DN ARTEMIUS AN AV (or similar), diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right / VICTORIA.., Cross potent on base. Mintmark CONOB. SB 1473b. Spahr 289.TextFull Size
SB 1474Anastasius II. 713-715 AD. AE Follis. Syracuse. No legend, crowned bust facing with short beard, wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe and akakia, cross to right / large M, palm upright to left, cross with D-A-C-N type monogram (sear type 43) above, palm upright to right; mintmark SCL. SB 1474, DOC 13.TextFull Size
SB 1475Anastasius II. 713-715 AD. AE Follis. Syracuse. No legend, emperor standing facing, crowned, wearing loros, holding spear (sometimes a long cross) and cross on globe / large M, cross with D-A-C-N type monogram (sear type 43) above, and either no letters, or C-P, or K-T to left and right; mintmark SCL. SB 1475, MIB 33.TextFull Size
SB 1486Anastasius II. 713-715 AD. AE Follis. Ravenna. DN ARTEMIVS AN, crowned bust facing with short beard, wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe and akakia, cross to right / large M, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year III to right; mintmark RAV. SB 1486, DOC 23.TextFull Size
THEODOSIUS III
SB 1487Theodosius III. 715-717 AD. AV Solidus (4.43 gm). DN THEODOSIUS MUI A or similar, bust facing, with short beard, wearing crown and loros, holding patriarchal cross on globe and akakia / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps; mintmark CONOB. SB 1487.TextFull Size
SB 1488Theodosius III. 715-717 AD. AV Solidus (4.43 gm). DN THEODOSIUS MUI A or similar, bust facing, with short beard, wearing crown and loros, holding patriarchal cross on globe and akakia / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter and C, cross potent on three steps; mintmark CONOB. SB 1488.TextFull Size
SB 1490Theodosius III. 715-717 AD. AV Tremissis. DN THEODOSIUS MUI A or similar, bust facing, with short beard, wearing crown and loros, holding patriarchal cross on globe and akakia / VICTORIA AVGUS, cross potent; mintmark CONOB. DOC 4; MIB 4; SB 1490.TextFull Size
SB 1491Theodosius III. 715-717 AD. AR hexagram. Constantinople, c. 717 AD. [D N] THEODOSIUS MUL [A], facing bust, with short beard, wearing crown and loros, and holding patriarchal cross on globe in right hand and akakia in left / VICTORIA AVGU and officina letter, cross potent on three steps; mintmark CONOB. DO 2; MIB 12; Sear 1491.TextFull Size
SB 1492Theodosius III. 715-717 AD. AE Follis. Constantinople. D N THEODOSIUS MUL, crowned bust facing, with short beard, wearing crown and loros, holding patriarchal cross on globe and akakia, cross to right / Large M, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year I or II to right, officina letter A, B or Gamma below; mintmark CON. SB 1492, DOC 5.TextFull Size
SB 1496Theodosius III. 715-717 AD. AE Follis. Syracuse. no legend, crowned bust facing, with short beard, wearing crown and loros, holding spear over shoulder and cross on globe, cross to right / Large M, palm branch upright to left, cross-shaped monogram above, palm branch upright to right, Q below; mintmark SCL. SB 1496, DOC 9.Text

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SB 1498Theodosius III. 715-717 AD. AV Solidus. Rome. dN ThEODOSIS AVG, crowned bust facing, with pointed chin, wearing crown and loros, holding cross on globe and akakia, cross to right / VICTORI AVGA (sometimes also with four dots in cross formation), cross potent on three steps; L to right, star to left; mintmark CONOB. MIB 8; DOC 11; SB 1498.TextFull Size
LEO III
SB 1504Leo III AV Solidus. with Constantine V. 720-741 AD. Constantinople mint. d NO LEON PA MUL, crowned facing bust of Leo, holding cross on globe and akakia / d N CONSTANTINUM, crowned facing bust of Constantine, holding cross on globe and akakia. DOC 3f; BN 2-5; SB 1504.Text

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SB 1506Leo III AV Semissis, with Constantine V. 720-741 AD. Constantinople mint. d NO LEON PA MUL, crowned facing bust of Leo, holding cross on globe and akakia / CONSTANTIN or CONSTANTINU or CONSTANTINUM, crowned facing bust of Constantine, holding cross potent on globe and akakia. DOC 9-13; BN 6; SB 1506.TextFull Size
SB 1508Leo III AV Tremissis, with Constantine V. 720-741 AD. Constantinople mint. d NO LEON PA MUL, crowned facing bust of Leo, holding cross on globe and akakia / CONSTANTIN or CONSTANTINU or CONSTANTINUM, crowned facing bust of Constantine, holding cross potent on base and akakia. DOC 15-18; BN 7-8; SB 1508.TextFull Size
SB 1512Leo III AR Millaresion. 720-741 AD. Constantinople mint. IhSUS (or hISUS) XRISTUS NICA, cross potent on three steps, triple border / LEON / S CONSt / ANTINE E / C QEU bA / SILIS in five lines, triple border. DO 22; SB 1512.TextFull Size
SB 1514Leo III and Constantine V, AE Follis. Constantinople mint, 717-741 AD. DNO LEON P A MVI, crowned bust facing with short beard, wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe and akakia / large M, ANN or ANNO or AA to left; above: DN CONSTANTINVS M around Constantine V, crowned bust facing, holding akakia and cross on globe; cross to his right, all above ornate horizontal bar; XX or XXX to right; officina letter A, B or G below. SB 1514, DOC 29-31.TextFull Size
SB 1515Leo III and Constantine V, AE Follis. Constantinople mint, 717-741 AD. no legend, Leo on left wearing crown wearing chlamys, and Constantine V, on right wearing crown and loros, cross potent above / Large M, XXX to left, cross above, NNN to right, A below. SB 1515, DOC 36.TextFull Size
SB 1516Leo III and Constantine V, AE Follis. LEON S CON, Leo, bearded on left and Constantine V, sometimes bearded, on right, each crowned and wearing chlamys, and each holding akakia / Large M, XXX to left, cross above, NNN to right, A or B below. SB 1516, DOC 38-39.TextFull Size
SB 1518Leo III and Constantine V, AE Half Follis. Constantinople mint, 717-741 AD. DNO LEON P A MVI, crowned bust facing with short beard, wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe and akakia / large K, either XX to left and AA to right, or AA to left and XX to right; above: DN CONSTANTINVS M around Constantine V, crowned bust facing, holding akakia and cross on globe; cross to his right, all above ornate horizontal bar; SB 1518, DOC 32-34.TextFull Size
SB 1529A varLeo III, the Isaurian, with Constantine V. 717-741 AD. AE Follis. Syracuse mint. Crowned facing busts of Leo and Constantine, both holding akakia, Leo also holds globus cruciger / Large M; KWN to left, monogram above, CTA to right; mintmark SCL. Cf. DOC II 53 var; Spahr 317 var; SB 1529A var (rev. field marks).TextFull Size
SB 1530Leo III, AE Follis. Syracuse, 717-741 AD. Crowned bust facing, wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe and akakia / DN O CONSTANTI... around crowned, facing bust of Constantine V, holding akakia and cross on globe, all above ornate horizontal bar; SC to left, L to right; large M below. SB 1530, DOC 54.TextFull Size
SB 1531Leo III, AE Follis. Syracuse, 717-741 AD. LEON-DECP, Leo, crowned, wearing chlamys, holding akakia, standing facing / KWNS DECP, Constantine V, unbearded, crowned and wearing chlamys, standing facing, holding akakia SB 1531, DOC 55.TextFull Size
SB 1533Leo III, AV Solidus. Rome, 717-741 AD. DNO LE (or LEO or LEON) P A MUI, crowned bust facing, with short beard, wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe and akakia / DNO CONTANTI (or CONSTANTI or CONSTANTINUS), facing, unbearded bust of Constantine V, crowned and wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe and akakia; with a variety of letters, a cross and/or a star (or nothing) to left and right. SB 1533.TextFull Size
SB 1534Leo III, AV Tremissis. Rome mint. dN LEO-PAMYL, crowned facing bust of Leo III, holding cross on globe and akakia / DNO CONS-TANTIN, crowned facing young bust of Constantine V, holding cross potent; a variety of combinations of a star, a cross and a letter to left and right. DOC 80; BMC 49; SB 1534.TextFull Size
SB 1534CLeo III (717-741) and Pope St. Gregory II (715-731). AR 1/8 Siliqua (0.26 gm). Crowned and bearded facing bust, wearing chlamys and holding cross on globe in right hand; star in upper field left and right / G R E O around central cross. OHara/Vecchi 29; DOC III 92 (Leo III); MEC 1030 (Gregory III); SB 1534C.TextFull Size
SB 1537aLeo III AE Solidus. Uncertain Italian or Rome mint. D N O LEO PAMYL, crowned bust, in chlamys, holding cross potent on base in right hand stretched across his chest / VICTOORI AVGT, cross on base and three steps; A to left, star to right, mintmark CONBO. DOC III 98; SB 1537a.TextFull Size
SB 1537bLeo III, AV Solidus. Syracuse mint. dNO LEON PAM (or similar), crowned facing bust of Leo III, holding cross on globe and akakia / DNO CONSTAN M, crowned, unbearded bust of Constantine V, holding cross on globe and akakia. DOC 43; SB 1537b.TextFull Size
SB 1540CLeo III, AV Tremissis. Uncertain Italian mint. dN LEON P A MU, crowned facing bust of Leo III, holding cross on globe and akakia / DN CO.., crowned, unbearded bust of Constantine V, holding cross potent. DOC 48; SB 1540C.TextFull Size
ARTAVASDUS & NICEPHORUS
SB 1542Artavasdus and Nicephorus. AV solidus. 742-743 AD. Constantinople. G APTAUASDOS MULT, facing bust of Artavasdus, wearing crown and chlamys, and holding patriarchal cross / G NIChFORUS MULTUM, facing bust of Nicephorus, wearing crown and chlamys, and holding patriarchal cross. DO 2; Sear 1542.Text

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SB 1545Artavasdus and Nicephorus. 742-743 AD. AR Miliaresion. IhSUS XRISTUS NICA, Cross potent on three steps within triple border / ART-AUASDO-S S NIChF-OROS EC-QEU bAS-ILIS+ in six lines within triple border. DOC II 6; SB 1545.Text

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CONSTANTINE V and LEO IV
SB 1550Constantine V. 741-775 AD. AV Solidus. Constantinople. G N CONSTANTINU (sometimes followed by NC or QC), crowned bust facing, with short beard, wearing chlamys, holding cross potent and akakia / G LE-ON PA MUL (or MULT), crowned bust facing of Leo IV, with short beard, wearing chlamys, holding cross potent and akakia. DOC 1c; BN 5; SB 1550.TextFull Size
SB 1551Constantine V and Leo IV. 751-775 AD. AV Solidus, Constantinople mint. CONSTANTINOS S LEON O NEOS, crowned facing busts of Constantine, with short beard, on left and Leo IV, unbearded, on right; each wearing crown and chlamys; dot between heads, cross above / G LE ON PA MU Q, crowned facing bust of Leo III, wearing loros and holding cross potent. DOC III 2c; BN 6-10; SB 1551.Text

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SB 1553Constantine V and Leo IV. 751-775 AD. AV Semissis, Constantinople mint. COnSTAnTInOS S LEOn O n dot, facing busts of Constantine, bearded, and Leo, beardless, both wearing crown with cross and chlamys / C LE On PA MUL, facing bust of Leo III, wearing crown with cross in circlet and loros, holding cross potent on globe. DOC 4; SB 1553.TextFull Size
SB 1556Constantine V and Leo IV. 751-775 AD. AE Follis, Constantinople mint. No legend, facing busts of Constantine, with short beard, on left, and Leo, beardless, on right, both wearing crown and chlamys, cross between their heads / Bust facing of Leo III, with short beard, crowned and wearing loros, facing, holding cross potent, cross to right, all above horizontal line with globes at each end, above large M, X to left, N to right, A below. SB 1556, DOC 11.TextFull Size
SB 1565Constantine V and Leo IV. 751-775 AD. AV Solidus. Syracuse mint. COn n dot L O, crowned, facing busts of Constantine, bearded, and Leo IV, beardless, each wearing chlamys; cross above / COnO L ON P A M, crowned facing bust of Leo III, with short beard, wearing loros and holding cross potent. DOC 15; Anastasi 425f; SB 1565.TextFull Size
SB 1567Constantine V and Leo IV. 751-775 AD. AV Tremissis. Syracuse mint. CONSTAN, Constantine V bust facing with short beard, wearing crown and chlamys and holding cross potent / DN LEON P A M (or similar) facing bust of Leo III with short beard, wearing crown and chlamys and holding cross potent on base. DOC 17; SB 1567.TextFull Size
SB 1568Constantine V and Leo IV. 751-775 AD. AE Follis. Syracuse mint. KWNS to left, DECP to right of Constantine V, crowned and wearing chlamys, bearded, standing facing, holding akakia / LEON NEOV downwards to left and right of Leo IV, standing facing, unbearded, wearing crown and chlamys. SB 1568, DOC 18.TextFull Size
SB 1569Constantine V and Leo IV. 751-775 AD. AE Follis. Syracuse mint. K-LEWN to right and left of Constantine V, bearded on left, and Leo IV, beardless on right, standing facing (usually three-quarter length), each wearing crown and chlamys and holding akakia in arm across their chests; cross between their heads / LEON-DECP downwards to left and right, Leo III, bearded, half-length, standing facing, wearing crown and chlamys and holding cross potent. SB 1569, DOC 19.TextFull Size
SB 1569AConstantine V and Leo IV. 751-775 AD. AE Half Follis. Syracuse mint. No legend, Facing busts of Constantine V, bearded on left, and Leo IV, beardless on right, NKA beneath thick exergual line / no legend, facing bust of Leo III, bearded, wearing crown and chlamys and holding cross potent, L beneath thick exergual line. SB 1569A, DOC 20.TextFull Size
SB 1570Constantine V and Leo IV. 751-775 AD. Solidus, usually of debased metal, even bronze. Rome mint. DNO CON-TANTIN, crowned facing bust of Constatine V, holding cross on globe and akakia / DNO LE A MUL, crowned facing bust of Leo III, holding cross on globe and akakia; a variety of combinations of letters, sometimes a star, to left and right. DOC 35; SB 1570.TextFull Size
SB 1579Constantine V and Pope Zacharias. 751-775 AD. AR Eighth of Siliqua. Rome mint. No legend, unbearded, facing bust of Constantine V, wearing crown and chlamys, cross to left / R on cross on inverted crescent type monogram (Sear type 37); Z (for Zacharias) at upper left. SB 1579.TextFull Size
LEO IV with CONSTANTINE VI
SB 1583Leo IV and Constantine VI. 776-780 AD. AV Solidus. Constantinople. LEON VS EGGON CONSTANTINOS O NEOS (sometimes followed by Q), crowned facing busts of Leo IV and Constantine VI, each wearing chlamys, dot between their heads, cross above / LEON PAPS CONSTANTINOS PATHR (sometimes followed by Q), crowned facing busts of Leo III and Constantine V, each wearing loros, dot between their heads, cross above. SB 1583; DOC III 1b.Text

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SB 1584Leo IV and Constantine VI. 776-780 AD. AV Solidus. Constantinople. LEON VS EGGON CONSTANTINOS O NEOS (sometimes followed by Q), Leo IV, on left and Constantine VI on right, seated facing on double throne, each wearing crown and chlamys, cross between their heads, sometimes with dot in left field and dot B in right field / LEON PAPS CONSTANTINOS PATHR (sometimes followed by Q), crowned facing busts of Leo III and Constantine V, each wearing loros, dot between their heads, cross above. SB 1584; DOC 2.TextFull Size
SB 1585Leo IV and Constantine VI. 776-780 AD. AR Miliaresion. Constantinople mint. IhSUS XRISTUS NICA, cross potent on three steps / LEON-S CONST-ANTE E-C-QEU BA-SILIS, legend in five lines within triple border. DOC 3; SB 1585.TextFull Size
SB 1586Leo IV and Constantine VI. 776-780 AD. AE Follis. Constantinople. No legend, crowned busts facing of Leo IV unbearded, on left, and Constantine, bearded on right, each wearing chlamys, cross between their heads / crowned busts of Leo III on left, and Constantine V on right, both with short beard and both wearing loros; cross between their heads, B to left, A to right, all above a horizontal line; beneath them a large M, X to left, N to right, A below. SB 1586, DOC 4.TextFull Size
SB 1587Leo IV and Constantine VI. 776-780 AD. AE Follis. Constantinople. No legend, Leo IV unbearded, on left, and Constantine, bearded on right, both seated facing on double throne, each wearing chlamys, cross between their heads / crowned busts of Leo III on left, and Constantine V on right, both with short beard and both wearing loros; cross between their heads, three dots to left, three dots to right, all above a horizontal line; beneath them a large M, X to left, N to right, A below. SB 1587, DOC 6.TextFull Size
SB 1590Leo IV and Constantine VI. 776-780 AD. AE Follis. Syracuse. No legend, Leo IV on left, and Constantine on right, both seated facing on double throne, each wearing crowned and wearing chlamys, cross between their heads / crowned facing busts of Leo III on left, and Constantine V on right, both with short beard and both wearing loros; cross between their heads, three dots to left, three dots to right, all above a horizontal line; CIK below. SB 1590, DOC 8.Text

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CONSTANTINE VI with IRENE
SB 1591Constantine VI and Irene. 780-797 AD. AV Solidus. Constantinople mint. CONSTANTINS CA' (or similar, usually carelessly engraved), crowned facing busts of Constantine VI, unbearded, wearing chlamys and holding cross on globe, on left, and Irene, wearing loros and holding sceptre surmounted by cross, dot between their faces, cross between their heads / SV IRIN I AVG MITRI AV (or similar), Leo III, Constantine V and Leo IV seated facing, all wearing crown and chlamys. DOC 2; BN 1-2; SB 1591.TextFull Size
SB 1594Constantine VI and Irene. 780-797 AD, AV solidus. Constantinople. IRInH AGOVSTI, crowned bust of Irene facing, wearing loros, and holding cross on globe and sceptre surmounted by cross / CONSTINOS bAS Q, beardless, crowned bust of Constantine VI facing, wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe and sceptre surmounted by cross. DO 3; SB 1594.TextFull Size
SB 1595Constantine VI and Irene. 780-797 AD, AR miliarense. IhSUS XRISTUS NICA, cross potent on three steps within triple border / LEON-S CONST-ANTINE E-C QEU (or QEY) bA-SILIS, legend in five lines within triple border. DO 3; SB 1595.TextFull Size
SB 1596Constantine VI and Irene. 780-797 AD, AE Follis, Constantinople. crowned busts of Constantine VI, unbearded, wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe, on left and Irene, wearing loros, holding cross-headed sceptre, on right, dot between their faces / crowned busts of Leo III, with short beard, wearing loros, on left, Constantine V, with short beard, wearing loros, in centre and Leo IV, wearing chlamys, on right, two dots to left and right, all above horizontal line beneath which is large M, X to left, N to right, A below. SB 1596, DOC 6.TextFull Size
SB 1598Constantine VI and Irene. 780-797 AD, AE Follis, Constantinople. crowned bust of Irene, wearing loros, holding cross on globe and cross-headed sceptre / crowned bust of Constantine VI, unbearded, wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe, cross and one or two dots to left, dot to right, all above horizontal line beneath which is large M, X to left, N to right, A below. DOC 7; SB 1598.TextFull Size
IRENE (sole rule)
SB 1599Irene. Sole reign. 797-802 AD, AV Solidus, Constantinople mint. EIRINH bASILISSH, crowned facing bust of Irene, holding cross on globe and sceptre surmounted by cross / dot EIRINH bASILISSH Q (or X), same bust type as obverse. DOC 1; BN 1-5; SB 1599.TextFull Size
SB 1600Irene. Sole reign. 797-802 AD, AE Follis. Constantinople mint. EIRENH bAS, crowned facing bust of Irene, wearing loros, holding cross on globe and sceptre surmounted by cross / Large M, XXX to left, cross above, NNN to right, A below. DOC 2; SB 1600.TextFull Size
NICEPHORUS I and STAURACIUS
SB 1604Nicephorus I and Stauracius. 802-811 AD. AV Solidus. NICIFOROS bASILE', crowned bust facing with short beard, wearing chlamys, holding cross potent and akakia / STAVRACIS dESPO' followed by E, X or Q, crowned bust facing with short beard, wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe and akakia. DO 2; SB 1604. Text

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SB 1606Nicephorus I. 802-811. AE Follis. Constantinople. NICOFOR' BAS', crowned bust facing with short beard, wearing chlamys, holding cross potent and akakia / Large M, XXX to left, cross above, NNN to right, A below. SB 1606, DOC 4. TextFull Size
SB 1607Nicephorus I. 802-811. AE Follis. Constantinople. no legend, crowned busts facing of Nicephorus with short beard, on left and Stauracus, unbearded, on right, each wearing chlamys, cross between their heads / large M, XXX to left, cross above, NNN to right, A below. SB 1607, DOC 5. TextFull Size
SB 1609Nicephorus I, with Stauracius. (802-811 AD). AV Semissis. Syracuse mint. Struck 803-811 AD. 1.07g. NICI FOROS b', crowned facing bust of Nicephorus, holding cross on globe and akakia / S CIS dESP', crowned facing bust of Stauracius, holding cross potent on globe and akakia. DOC III 7; Spahr 346-348; SB 1609.TextFull Size
SB 1610vNicephorus I, with Stauracius. 802-811. AV Tremissis, Syracuse mint. [NICI] FOROS I, crowned, facing bust of Nicephorus, wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe / STAVRACI, crowned facing bust of Stauracius, holding cross potent and akakia. DOC 8 var. (legends); SB 1610 var. (ditto). TextFull Size
SB 1611Nicephorus I, with Stauracius. 802-811. AE Follis, Syracuse mint. N to left, IKH to right, crowned, facing bust of Nicephorus, with short beard, wearing loros, holding cross potent / STAVRA, crowned, facing bust of Stauracius, with short beard, wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe. SB 1611, DOC 9. TextFull Size
SB 1612Nicephorus I with Stauracius. 802-811. AE Follis, Syracuse mint. N to left, IKH downwards to right, crowned, facing bust of Nicephorus, with short beard, wearing loros, holding cross potent / C to left, TAV downwards to right, crowned, facing bust of Stauracius, with short beard, wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe. SB 1612, DOC 10. TextFull Size
MICHAEL I and THEOPHYLACTUS
SB 1616Michael I and Theophylactus. 811-813 AD. Silver miliaresion. Constantinople. IhSUS XRISTUS nICA, cross potent on three steps, all within triple border / + MIXAHL S QEOFVLACTE EC Q bASILIS ROMAIOn in five lines, sometimes with dot between the T and E in the third line, all within triple border. DO 3. Sear 1616. TextFull Size
SB 1618Michael I and Theophylactus. 811-813 AD. AE Follis. Constantinople. MIKAXHL S QEOF, crowned busts facing of Michael with short beard and wearing chlamys, on left and Theophylactus, unbearded and wearing loros, on right / Large M, XXX to left, cross above, NNN above, A below. SB 1618, DOC 8. TextFull Size
SB 1618vMichael I and Theophylactus. 811-813 AD. AE Follis. Constantinople. MIKAHL S QEOFILOS, crowned busts facing of Michael with short beard and wearing chlamys, on left and Theophylactus, unbearded and wearing loros, on right / Large M, XXX to left, cross above, NNN above, A below. SB 1618 var (obv legend). TextFull Size
SB 1624Michael I and Theophylactus. 811-813 AD. Syracuse. AE Follis. M to left, IXA downwards to right, crowned bust of Michael facing, with short beard, wearing loros, and holding cross potent / M to left, IXA downwards to right, crowned bust of Theophylactus facing, wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe. SB 1624, DOC 9. Text

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SB 1625Michael I and Theophylactus. 811-813 AD. Syracuse. AE Follis. M to left, IXA downwards to right, crowned bust of Michael facing, with short beard, wearing loros, and holding cross potent / QEOFV, crowned bust of Theophylactus facing, wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe. SB 1625, DOC 10. TextFull Size
LEO V
SB 1626Leo V (AD 813-820). Gold solidus (4.38 gm). Constantinople, AD 813. LE-On bASILEU, facing bust with short beard, crowned and wearing chlamys, holding cross potent in right hand and akakia in left, pellet in outer left field / LEON dE-SPOTIS *X, facing bust with short beard, crowned and wearing loros, holding vross on globe in right hand, dot in outer left field. DO 1; Sear 1626; Ratto 1794.TextFull Size
SB 1627Leo V and Constantine. 813-820 AD. AV Solidus (4.40 gm). Constantinople . LE-On bASILEU', crowned facing bust of Leo, holding cross potent and akakia / COnST-AnT' dESP' X (cut over E), crowned facing bust of Constantine, holding cross on globe and akakia. DOC III 2b; BN 1-2; SB 1627.TextFull Size
SB 1628Leo V and Constantine. 813-820 AD. AR Miliaresion (2.09 gm). Constantinople mint. IhSUS XRISTUS nICA, cross potent on three steps single or triple border / +LEOn/S CONSTAn/TInE ECQE[U]/bASILIS RO/MAIOn in five lines. DOC III 4; BN 2-5; SB 1628.Text

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SB 1629Leo V, AE Follis. Constantinople mint. 813-820 AD. LEON bASIL, crowned and cuirassed bust facing with short beard, holding cross potent and akakia, sometimes with dot to right / Large M, XXX to left, cross above, NNN to right, A below. SB 1629, DOC 4-5.TextFull Size
SB 1630Leo V and Constantine, AE Follis. Syracuse mint. LEON S CONST or LEON SC CONST or LEON CON, busts of Leo with short beard on left and Constantine, no beard, on right, each wearing crown and chlamys / Large M, XXX to left, cross above, NNN to right, A below. SB 1630, DOC 7.TextFull Size
SB 1631BLeo V and Constantine. 813-820 AD. AV Solidus (3.94 gm). Syracuse mint. dot LEON bASILEU', Leo, bust facing with short beard, wearing crown and loros and holding cross potent; L in right field / CONSTANTINOS B, Constantine, bust facing, no beard, holding cross on globe and akakia. DOC III 14; BN -; SB 1631B.TextFull Size
SB 1632Leo V and Constantine.813-820. AV Semissis (1.66 gm, 6h). Syracuse mint. LEON bASILEU, facing bust of Leo, wearing crown and chlamys, holding cross on globe and akakia; L to right / COnSTAnTI, similar bust of Constantine, but holding cross potent on globus; K to right. DOC III 9; Spahr 368; SB 1632.TextFull Size
SB 1632aLeo V and Constantine.813-820. AV Semissis (1.66 gm, 6h). Syracuse mint. LEON bASILEU, facing bust of Leo, wearing crown and chlamys, holding cross on globe and akakia / COnSTAnTI, similar bust of Constantine, but holding cross potent on globus; cross to right. DOC III 12; SB 1632a.TextFull Size
SB 1635Leo V and Constantine, AE Follis, Syracuse. 813-820 AD. LEO (or no legend), Leo on left and Constantine on right, busts facing, both crowned, wearing chlamys, cross over dot between them / Large L dot K, cross above. SB 1635, DOC 19.TextFull Size
SB 1636Leo V, AE Follis, 813-820 AD, Syracuse. L to left, EO and star to right, crowned bust facing wearing loros, with short beard, holding cross potent / KONCT, C-I across fields, Constantine, crowned, wearing chlamys, no beard, bust facing, holding cross on globe. SB 1636, DOC 17.TextFull Size
SB 1637Leo V and Constantine. 813-820. AE Follis 18mm, Syracuse mint. LEON, crowned facing bust of Leo, wearing loros, holding cross potent; L and cross to right / Crowned facing bust of Constantine, wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe; cross to right. DOC 18; SB 1637.TextFull Size
SB 1638Leo V and Constantine, 813-820 AD. AE Follis, Syracuse. Facing bust of Leo wearing loros and crown and holding cross potent; L to left, CON downwards to right / Facing bust of Constantine wearing chlamys and crown with cross above, holding cross on globe; K to left, ONC (or CON or ON) to right. Berk 889. Spahr 372. Anastasi 487. DO III 16. Sear 1638.TextFull Size
MICHAEL II
SB 1639Michael II, 820-829 AD. AV Solidus. 4.40 gr. Constantinople. MIX AHL bASILEs, facing bust of Michael, with short beard, wearing crown and chlamys, holding cross potent and akakia; star to left / MIXAH L bASILEus (followed by E or X), facing bust of Michael, wearing loros, holding cross on globe and cross-tipped sceptre. DOC 1; FF 1.A; Sear 1639.TextFull Size
SB 1640Michael II, with Theophilus. A.D. 820-829. AV solidus (20 mm, 4.38 g). Constantinople. MIXAHL bASILEUS (or bASILEU or bASILE), Michael II, 820-829 AD. AV Solidus. 4.40 gr. Constantinople. MIX AHL bASILEs, facing bust of Michael, with short beard, wearing crown and chlamys, holding cross potent and akakia; star to left / QEOFILO DESP (sometimes with cross before and ending with B, E or X), crowned facing bust of Theophilus, holding cross on globe and cross-tipped sceptre. DOC 5b; SB 1640.TextFull Size
SB 1641Michael II and Theophilus. 820-829. AR Miliaresion (2.06 gm). Constantinople mint. Cross potent on steps, triple border / +MIXA/HLS/QEOFI/LE ECQEU/bASILIS RO/MAION in five lines, triple border. DOC 6; SB 1641.TextFull Size
SB 1642Michael II and Theophilus, AE Follis, 820-829 AD, Constantinople. mIXAHL S ThEOFILOS, Michael, with crown and chlamys, short beard, on left and Theophilus, with crown and loros, no beard, on right, busts facing, cross between their heads / Large M, XXX to left, cross above, NNN to right, theta below. SB 1642, DOC 9-11.TextFull Size
SB 1645Michael II and Theophilus. 820-829 AD. AV Solidus, Syracuse. MIXAHL b (or similar), crowned, bearded facing bust of Michael, wearing loros, holding cross potent / QEOFILOS or QEOFILOS b (or similar), crowned facing bust of Theophilus, wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe. DOC III 14; SB 1645.TextFull Size
SB 1646Michael II and Theophilus, AV Solidus, Syracuse 821-829, AV 3.91 g. MI–XAHL, crowned bust of Michael facing, wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe / QEO–FIL, crowned bust of beardless Theophilus facing, wearing loros, holding cross potent. DO 15b. Sear 1646. Spahr 407 (Theofilus).TextFull Size
SB 1647 varMichael II and Theophilus. 820-829. AV Semissis (1.88 g, 6h). Syracuse mint. MIXAHL b (or bA), crowned, facing bust of Michael II, wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe / QEOFILO bE (or similar), crowned facing bust of Theophilus, wearing chlamys, holding cross potent on globus; cross to right. Unlisted with cross in right field. DOC 16 var. Spahr 388 var; SB 1647 var.TextFull Size
SB 1650Michael II and Theophilus. (821-829). AV Tremissis, 1.87 g. Syracuse. MIXAHL bA, crowned bust of Michael facing, crown surmounted by jewel, wearing chlamys and holding cross on globe / QEOFIL b, crowned bust of Theophilus facing, crown surmounted by cross, wearing chlamys and holding cross potent; cross in right field. Spahr 393; Sear 1650.TextFull Size
SB 1651Michael II and Theophilus. (821-829). AV Tremissis, 1.87 g. Syracuse. MIXAHL or MIXAHL b, crowned bust of Michael facing, crown surmounted by jewel, wearing chlamys and holding cross on globe / QEOFIL or QEOFILO (or similar), crowned bust of Theophilus facing, crown surmounted by cross, wearing loros and holding cross potent. DO 20; Sear 1651.TextFull Size
SB 1652Michael II and Theophilus, AE Follis, Syracuse. 820-829 AD. mIXAHL S ThOE, Michael, wearing crown and chlamys with short beard on the left and Theophilus, wearing crown and loros, no beard, on the right, busts facing / Large M, cross above, theta below. SB 1652, DOC 21.TextFull Size
THEOPHILUS
SB 1653Theophilus. 829-842 AD. AV Solidus (4.29 gm). Struck 830-840. Constantinople mint. QEOFI-LOS bASILE' sometimes followed by L, theta or X, crowned bust, holding patriarchal cross and akakia, star to left / +MIXAHL S CONSTANTIn', facing busts of Michael II and Constantine; cross between their heads. DOC III 3b; BN 3-4; SB 1653.Text

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SB 1653cfTheophilus. 829-842 AD. AE test strike. Struck 830-840. Constantinople mint. QEOFI-LOS bASILE' sometimes followed by L, theta or X, crowned bust, holding patriarchal cross and akakia, star to left / +MIXAHL S CONSTANTIn', facing busts of Michael II and Constantine. Test strike of DOC III 3b; BN 3-4; SB 1653.TextFull Size
SB 1655Theophilus. 829-842 AD. AV Solidus 4.40 gm. Constantinople. Struck 829-830 AD. *QEOFI LOS bASILE', facing bust, wearing crown and loros, holding cross on globe and cruciform sceptre / CVRIE bOHQH TO SO dOVLO*E, patriarchal cross on three steps. DOC III 1a; SB 1655.TextFull Size
SB 1657Theophilus and Michael III (840-842 AD). AV Solidus. 4.39 gr. Constantinople. cross QEOFI LOSbASILE I theta, crowned bust of Theophilus, with short beard, wearing chlamys, holding patriarchal cross and akakia / dot cross MIXAHL DESPOTIS A, crowned bust of Michael II facing, beardless, wearing loros, holding cross on globe and sceptre surmounted by cross. Sear 1657.TextFull Size
SB 1660Theophilus and Constantine, 830-831 AD. AR Miliaresion, Constantinople mint. 3.24 gr. IhSuS XRISTUS NICA, cross potent on three steps / + QEOFILOS S COnSTAnTINOS dU LU XRISTUS PISTU bASIL’ ROMAIO’ in six lines, triple border. Sear 1660, DOC 9, Ratto 1838.TextFull Size
SB 1660vTheophilus and Constantine. (829-842 AD). Silver miliaresion (3.00 gm). Constantinople, c. 830-831 AD. IhSUS XRISTUS nICA, cross potent on globe (instead of the normal three steps), triple border / + QEOFILOS S COnSTAnTINOS dU LU XRISTUS PISTU bASIL’ ROMAIO’ in six lines, triple border. Sear Byz. 1660 var: DO 9 var. Unpublished with cross on globe.TextFull Size
SB 1661Theophilus, 830-831 AD. AR Miliaresion, Constantinople mint. IhSuS XRISTUS NICA, cross potent on three steps / + +QEOFI/LOS dULOS/XRISTUS PIS/TOS EN AVTO/BASILEU RO/MAION in six lines, triple border. Sear 1661, DOC 10,TextFull Size
SB 1664Theophilus, with Michael III. 829-842 AD. AR Miliaresion (2.15 gm, 12h). Constantinople mint. Struck 840-842 AD. IhSUS XRIS TUS nICA, cross potent on three steps / +QEO FILOS S MI XAHL ECQE' bASILIS RO MAIOn in five lines. DOC III 12; SB 1664.TextFull Size
SB 1667Theophilus AE Follis. 830-842 AD. Constantinople. ThEOFIL' bASIL' CL, crowned, three-quarter length figure of Theophilus facing, pellets on crown, wearing loros, holding labarum and cross on globe / ThEO-FILE AVG-OVStE SV-nICAS in four lines. SB 1667, DOC 15.TextFull Size
SB 1668Theophilus AE Follis. 830-842 AD. Constantinople. ThEOFIL' bASIL', crowned, three-quarter length figure of Theophilus facing, pellets on crown, wearing loros, holding labarum and cross on globe; cross in right field / ThEO-FILE AVG-OVStE SV-nICAS in four lines. SB 1668, DOC 16.TextFull Size
SB 1670Theophilus. 829-842 AD. AV Solidus, Syracuse mint. QEO FILOS, crowned, facing bust with short beard, wearing loros, holding cross potent / QE OFILOS, crowned, facing bust with short beard, wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe. DOC III 24: Spahr 422; SB 1670.TextFull Size
SB 1671Theophilus. Sole Reign, 829-830. AV Solidus (3.82 gm). Syracuse mint. star QEOFI-LOS bASIL, crowned bust facing with short beard, wearing chlamys and holding cross potent / QEOFI-LOS bASIL, crowned bust facing with short beard, wearing loros and holding cross on globe. DOC 18; SB 1671.TextFull Size
SB 1672Theophilus and Constantine (AD 829-842). AV semissis (1.75 gm). Syracuse. QEO-FILOS CE, bust facing of Theophilus with short beard, wearing crown and chlamys, holding patriarchal cross on globe / Coh-STAhTI, facing bust of Constantine with small childlike face, wearing crown and chlamys, holding cross on globe in right hand, dot on each side of cross. BN 5. DO 22. Sear 1672.TextFull Size
SB 1673Theophilus 829-842 AD. AV Semissis, Syracuse. QEOFILOS, Facing bust of Theophilus in chlamys, holding cross on globe / QEOFILOS, Facing bust of Theophilus in loros, holding cross on globe. (Latin L in both legends) DOC 26b; SB 1673.TextFull Size
SB 1674Theophilus 829-842 AD. AV Semissis, Syracuse. QEOFILOS, Facing bust of Theophilus in chlamys, holding cross on globe / QEOFILOS, Facing bust of Theophilus in loros, holding cross on globe. (Greek L in both legends) Sear 1674. DO 26c.TextFull Size
SB 1676Theophilus, 821-842 AD. AV semissis, Syracuse mint, 1.80g. star QEOFILOS b A, crowned bust of Theophilus facing, with short beard, wearing chlamys and holding cross on globe / QEOFILOS b A, crowned bust of Theophilus facing, with short beard, wearing loros and holding cross on globe. DO 19; SB 1676.TextFull Size
SB 1678Theophilus. 829-842 AD. AV Gold Tremissis (1.26 gm). Struck 831-842 AD. Syracuse mint. QEO-FILOS, crowned bust facing, wearing chlamys and holding cross on globe / QEO-FILOS, crowned bust facing, wearing loros and holding cross potent. DOC 27a; SB 1678.TextFull Size
SB 1679Theophilus. 829-842 AD. AV Tremissis. Syracuse mint. Struck 829-830 AD. Star QEOFILOS bA, facing bust, wearing crown and chlamys, holding cross on globe / QEOFILOS bA, facing bust, wearing crown and loros, holding cross potent. DOC 20: Spahr 419; SB 1679.TextFull Size
SB 1680Theophilus with Michael III and Constantine. AE Follis. 829-842 AD. Syracuse. QEOFILOS bAS', crowned bust facing with short beard, wearing chlamys, holding cross potent / mIXAHL S CONSt, crowned, facing busts of Michael II, with short beard on left and Constantine, no beard, on right, both wearing chlamys, star between their heads. SB 1680, DOC 29.TextFull Size
SB 1681Theophilus. AE Follis. Syracuse mint. ThEOFIL bASIL, crowned bust facing with short beard, wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe / Large M, XXX to left, cross above, NNN to right, theta below. SB 1681, DOC 30.TextFull Size
SB 1684Theophilus. 829-842 AD. AV Solidus. Naples mint. Struck 829-830 AD. QEOFI LOS bASILE (usually preceded by star or dash), crowned bust facing, wearing loros, holding cross on globe and cruciform sceptre / CVRIE bOHQH TO SO dOVLO E, patriarchal cross on three steps; star to left and right. SB 1684.TextFull Size
SB 1685Theophilus, AE Follis, Uncertain provincial mint. ThEOFIL' bASIL', crowned bust facing, wearing loros, tufa with pellets on crown, holding labarum and cross on globe / ThEO-FILE AVG-OVStE SV-nICAS in four lines. SB 1685, DOC 17 (as 1667/1668 but poorer workmanship).TextFull Size
MICHAEL III
SB 1686Michael III, with Theodora and Thecla. 842-867 AD. AV Solidus. Constantinople mint. Struck 842-843 AD. +QEOdO RA dESPVn'A, facing bust of Theodora, wearing crown and loros, holding patriarchal cross on globe and cross-tipped sceptre / •MIXAHL S QECLA, half-length figures of Michael, holding cross on globe in right hand, and Thecla, holding patriarchal cross and akakia. DOC III 1d.3; SB 1686.Text

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SB 1687Michael III, with Theodora. 842-867 AD. AV Solidus (4.44 gm). Constantinople mint. IhSUS XRISTOS and star, bust of Christ facing with cross behind head, long hair and full beard, raising right hand in benediction and holding book of gospels / + MIXAHL S QUODORA, crowned facing busts of Michael III, beardless, wearing chlamys on the left and Theodora, wearing loros on the right; cross between their heads. DOC III 2; SB 1687.TextFull Size
SB 1688Michael III. 842-867 AD. AV Solidus. Constantinople mint. IhSUS XRISTOS and star, bust of Christ facing with cross behind head, long hair and full beard, raising right hand and holding book of gospels / +MIXAHL bASILE', crowned facing bust of Michael, with short beard, wearing loros, holding labarum and akakia; cross to left. DOC 3; SB 1688.TextFull Size
SB 1690Michael III, Theodora and Thecla. (842-867 AD). Silver miliaresion. Constantinople, c. 842-856. IhSUS XRISTUS NICA, cross potent on three steps, triple border / + MIXA HL QEODORA S QECLA ET Q’ bASILIS RO MAION in five lines, triple border. DO 5. SB 1690.TextFull Size
SB 1691Michael III and Theophilus. 842-867 AD. AR miliaresion. Constantinople. IhSUS XRISTUS NICA, cross potent on three steps, triple border / +MIXA-HL EC QEOU-PISTOS bA-SILEUS RO-MAION in five lines within triple border. SB 1691; DOC 6.TextFull Size
SB 1692Michael III. (842-867 AD). Silver miliaresion. Constantinople, IhSUS XRISTUS nICA, cross potent on three steps, dot below, triple border / + MIXAHL PISTOS MECAS bASILEUS ROMAIOn in five lines, triple border. DO 7. SB 1692.TextFull Size
SB 1693Michael III, with Basil I. 842-867 AD. AE Follis. Constantinople. +MIhAEL IMPERAT', crowned, facing bust of Michael, wearing loros, holding patriarchal cross on globe and akakia / +bASIL IUS REX*, crowned, facing bust of Basil, wearing loros, holding patriarchal cross on globe and akakia. DOC III 8; SB 1693.TextFull Size
SB 1694Michael III, 842-867 AD. Base AV Semissis. Syracuse mint. MIXAHL Q, crowned facing bust, wearing chlamys, holding patriarchal cross on globe / MIXAHL Q, crowned facing bust, wearing loros. SB 1694.TextFull Size
SB 1694vMichael III, 842-867 AD. Base AV Semissis (1.70 gm, 5h). Syracuse mint. MIXAHL, crowned facing bust, wearing chlamys, holding patriarchal cross on globe / MIXAHL, crowned facing bust, wearing loros. SB 1694 var (no theta after obv. legend).TextFull Size
SB 1696Michael III, with Basil I. 842-867. AV Semissis. Syracuse. mIXAHL, crowned facing bust of Michael, wearing loros, holding cross on globe bA SILEIOC, crowned facing bust of Basil, wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe. SB 1696; DOC 11 var. (rev. legend); Spahr 440 var. (same).TextFull Size
SB 1697Michael III. 842-867 AD. AE Follis. Syracuse mint. MIXAHL b, crowned bust facing with short beard, wearing loros and holding cross potent (Latin L in legend) / large M, cross above, theta below. SB 1697, DOC 12.TextFull Size
SB 1698Michael III. 842-867 AD. AE Follis. Syracuse mint. MIXAHL b, crowned bust facing with short beard, wearing loros and holding cross potent (Greek L in legend) / large M, cross above, theta below. SB 1698, DOC 13.TextFull Size
SB 1699Michael III, AE (bronze or lead) 10mm-13mm, Cherson. large MB / large Pi X. SB 1699, DOC 15.TextFull Size
SB 1700Michael III, lead cast of Cherson, 866-867 AD. Large BM / large X Pi. DOC 15 note, Sear 1700.TextFull Size
SB 1701Michael III, AE13, lead cast of Cherson, 866-867 AD. Large Pi / large X. Sear 1701; DOC 14.TextFull Size
BASIL I
SB 1703Basil I AV Solidus. Constantinople, 882 AD. +bASILIOS AUGUST' b', crowned facing bust of Basil I, in loros, holding globe with patriarchal cross in right hand and akakia in left / COhSTAhT S EVdOCIA, crowned facing busts of Constantine, beardless, on left wearing chlamys and holding cross on globe, and Eudocia on right, wearing loros and holding cross-tipped sceptre; cross between their heads. SB 1703; Do 3.TextFull Size
SB 1704Basil I AV Solidus, 867-886. Constantinople. +IhS XPS REX REGNANTIUM, Christ enthroned facing, nimbate, raising right hand and holding book of gospels / bASILOS ET COnSTAnT AVGG b, crowned facing busts of Basil with short beard and wearing loros on left and Constantine, no beard, wearing chlamys on right, holding patriarchal cross between them. SB 1704; DO 2.TextFull Size
SB 1705Basil I, Leo and Alexander (879-886). AV Semissis. Constantinople, 879. bA SILIO AVGG, crowned bust of Basil facing, bearded, wearing loros, holding cross potent and akakia / + LEON SE ALEX' AVGG'. Facing beardless busts of Leo and Alexander, each wearing crown and chlamys; cross between their heads. Sear 1705.TextFull Size
SB 1708Basil I and Constantine. 868-879 AD. AR Miliaresion (2.95 gm). Constantinople. IhSUS XRISTUS NICA, cross potent on three steps, globe beneath, triple border / +bASI/ LIOS CE/ CONSTAN/ TIN' PISTV/ bASILIS/ ROMEO' in six lines, triple border. DOC 7; SB 1708.TextFull Size
SB 1709Basil I, AE Follis, 867-886 AD, Constantinople. bASILIOS bASILEVS star, emperor, crowned and wearing loros, seated facing on lyre-backed throne with curved arms and ornamented back, holding labarum, resting other hand on lap / bASIL-IOS EN ThEO-bASILEVS-ROMEON in four lines. (Second example with bASIL-bOS.. from an illiterate engraver). SB 1709, DOC 11-12.Text

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SB 1710Basil I and Constantine VII, AE Follis. Constantinople. 867-876 AD. bASILIO S CONST BASILIS (or ..CONSTAN..), Basil, crowned, bearded and wearing loros on left and Constantine (much shorter), crowned and wearing loros, on right, seated facing on double throne, holding labarum between them / bASILIO-S CONSTAN-TINOS EN OO-bASILEIS R-OMAION in five lines (first line can be bASILO). SB 1710, DOC 9A.TextFull Size
SB 1711Basil I and Constantine VII, AE follis. 867-886 AD, Constantinople. bASIL CONST AVGGT, Basil, bearded on left and Constantine (normal size), on right, both crowned and wearing loros, seated facing on double throne, holding labarum between them / bASILO or bASILIO-S CONSTAN-TINOS EN OO-bASILEIS R-OMAION in five lines. SB 1711, DOC 9D.TextFull Size
SB 1712Basil I, Leo VI and Constantine VII, AE follis. Constantinople. LEON bASIL S CONST AVGG, Basil I, crowned, with short beard, wearing loros, holding akakia, half length figure facing in centre, Leo VI (no beard, on left) and Constantine VII, on right, both crowned and wearing chlamys / bASIL-CONSTAN-T S LEON EN-ThO-bASILS-ROMEON in five lines; star below. SB 1712, DOC 11.TextFull Size
SB 1713Basil I, Leo VI and Constantine VII, AE Follis. Constantinople. LEON bASIL S CONST AVGG, Basil I, crowned and with short beard, in centre; Leo VI, crowned, no beard, on left and Constantine VII, crowned on right, all wearing chlamys, all half-length figures facing / bASIL-CONSTAN-T S LEON EN-ThO bASILS-ROMEON in five lines, with star or cross or nothing below. SB 1713, DOC 10.TextFull Size
SB 1714Basil I with Constantine. 867-886. Base AV Tremissis. Syracuse. BASILEIOC (Latin L, sometimes preceded by star), crowned facing bust of Basil, wearing loros, holding cross on globe / CONSTANT, crowned facing bust of Constantine, wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe. DOC 14a; SB 1714.TextFull Size
SB 1715Basil I with Constantine. 867-886. Base AV Tremissis. Syracuse. BASILEIOC (Greek L, sometimes preceded by star), crowned facing bust of Basil, wearing loros, holding cross on globe / CONSTANT, crowned facing bust of Constantine, wearing chlamys, holding cross on globe. DOC 14b; SB 1715.TextFull Size
SB 1716Basil I. 867-886 AD. AV Tremissis (0,98 g), Syracuse. BASILEIOC b, crowned facing bust of Basil, wearing loros, holding cross on globe / CONSTANT b, crowned facing bust of Constantine, wearing chlamys, holding cross potent. Sear 1716.TextFull Size
SB 1717Basil I with Constantine VIII. AE 22-23mm. Large B on base, K to left, W to right / Floriated cross on three steps, dot on each side. SB 1717, DOC 19 (bronze and lead examples found).TextFull Size
SB 1719Basil I, AE17, Cherson Mint. Large B on exergual line / Cross floriate on two or three steps, dot on each side. SB 1719; DO 20.TextFull Size
SB 1721Basil I, 868-879 AD. AE Follis, uncertain provincial mint. BASILIOS S CONST AVGG, crowned facing busts of Basil I, wearing chlamys and with short beard, on left and Constantine VII, wearing chlamys, no beard, on right, holding labarum between them / bASIL-S CONSTAN-TINOS EN QO-bASILEIS R-OMAION in five lines. SB 1721, DOC 8.TextFull Size
SB 1722Basil I with Leo and Alexander. AE Half-follis, Uncertain provincial mint. bASILIO AVG, crowned bust facing with short beard, wearing loros, holding cross potent and akakia / LEON CE ALESA, crowned bust facing of Leo, no beard, on left and crowned bust facing of Alexander(not visible on this coin), no beard, on right, each wearing chlamys, cross or star between their heads. SB 1722, DOC 13.TextFull Size
LEO VI
SB 1725Leo VI AV Solidus. Constantinople, ca 908-912 AD. +IhS XPS REX REgNANTIUM, Christ seated facing in lyre-backed throne, raising right hand in benediction & holding Gospel in left, CONOB in exergue / LEOh ET COhSTANT' AUgg' ROM, Leo VI & Constantine IV standing facing, both crowned and wearing loros, each holding cross on globe, patriarchal cross beween them. Sear 1725; DO 2.TextFull Size
SB 1726Leo VI. 886-912 AD. AR miliaresion, 2.91 gm. Constantinople. IhSUS XRISTUS nICA, cross potent on three steps, globe below, triple border / + LEWn En X’W EVSEbHS bASILEVS RWMAIWn legend in five lines, triple border ornamented with eight equally spaced globes. DO 3; Sear 1726.TextFull Size
SB 1728Leo VI, AE Follis. Constantinople. 886-912 AD. LEON bASILEVS ROM star, Leo, crowned and wearing loros, seated facing on lyre-backed throne, holding labarum and akakia / LEON EN ThEO BA SILEVS R OMEON legend in four lines. SB 1728, DOC 5.TextFull Size
SB 1729Leo VI, AE Follis, Constantinople. LEON bASILEVS ROM, crowned bust facing with short beard, wearing chlamys, holding akakia / LEON EN QEO BA SILEVS R OMEON legend in four lines. SB 1729, DOC 8.TextFull Size
SB 1730Leo VI with Alexander, 886-912 AD. AE Follis. Constantinople. LEON S ALEXANDROS, Leo on left and Alexander on right, both crowned and wearing loros, seated facing on double throne, holding labarum between them / +LEON S ALEXAN GROS bASIL ROMEON legend in four lines. SB 1730, DOC 6.TextFull Size
SB 1731Leo VI, AE17, Cherson mint. Floriated cross on two or three steps, dot on each side / large LE. SB 1731, DOC 9.TextFull Size
SB 1736Leo VI (886-912 AD), AE half follis, uncertain provincial mint, 3.16g. +LEON S ALEXA, facing busts of Leo, with short beard on left, and Alexander, beardless on right, each wearing crown and loros and holding labarum between them / +LEON / S ALEXAN / GROS bAS / ROMEON legend in four lines. SB 1736, DO 7.TextFull Size
ALEXANDER
SB 1737Alexander, 912-913 AD, AV Solidus. 4.35g. Constantinople. +IhS XRS REX - REGnAnTIUM Christ seated facing, bearded, on wide lyre-backed throne, wearing tunic and himation, right hand raised outwards in blessing, book resting on left knee / +ALEXAnd - ROS AUGUSTOS ROM Alexander at left standing facing, bearded, wearing crown with cross and loros with fringed end passing over right arm and ornamented by +, in right hand cross on globe; left hand extended; to right, St. Alexander standing three-quarters facing, bearded, bareheaded, and barefooted, wearing tunic and himation, placing crown on head of Alexander with right hand and holding cross in left. DO 2. Berk 272. Sear 1737.TextFull Size
CONSTANTINE_VII
SB 1741Constantine VII and Romanus I Lecapenus (920-921), AV Solidus, 4.36g. Constantinople, 920-921 AD. + IhS XPS REX REGNANTIUM star, Christ, nimbate, seated facing on lyre-backed throne, wearing himation and chiton decorated with lambda, raising hand in benediction and holding Gospels / CONSTANT'CE ROMAN'AUGG'b', facing busts of Constantine VII, beardless, and Romanus I, bearded, each wearing loros and crown; holding patriarchal cross between them. DOC 3; FF 3; Sear 1741.TextFull Size
SB 1743Constantine VII, Porphyrogenitus, with Romanus I & Christopher, AV Solidus. Constantinople mint. Struck 921 AD. +KE bOHQEI ROMANW dECPOTH, Romanus standing facing, wearing crown and loros, holding cross on globe, extending hand towards and being crowned by Christ, standing facing, holding Gospels / CONSTANT' ET XPISTOF' b'R', crowned facing busts of Constantine VII, wearing loros, and Christopher, wearing chlamys, holding patriarchal cross between them. DOC III 6; Sear 1743.TextFull Size
SB 1745Constantine VII with Romanus I and Christopher. 913-959 AD. AV Solidus. +IhS XPS REX REGNANTIUM*, Christ nimbate, seated facing, raising right hand in benediction and holding book of gospels / ROMAn ET XPISTOFO' AUGG b', facing busts of Romanus I with short beard and loros, on left, and Christopher, beardless, with chlamys, on right, both crowned and holding long patriarchal cross between them. DO 7; Sear 1745.TextFull Size
SB 1746Constantine VII, with Romanus I AV Solidus. +IhSXPS REX REgNANTIUM*, Christ nimbate, seated facing, raising right hand in benediction and holding book of gospels / ROMAn' ET COnSTAhT' AUGG'b', facing busts of Romanus I with short beard and loros, on left, and Christopher, beardless, with chlamys, on right, both crowned and holding long patriarchal cross between them. DO 4; Sear 1746.TextFull Size
SB 1747Constantine VII AV Solidus. Constantinople, ca 945 AD. +IhS XPS REX REgNANTIUM, facing bust of Christ, nimbate with three dots in each limb of the cross, raising right hand in benediction and holding book of Gospels / COhSTAh-T' AVT' CRAT B R, facing bust of Constantine VII with long beard, crowned, wearing vertical loros, holding patriarchal cross on globe. DO 13; Sear 1747.TextFull Size
SB 1750Constantine VII and Romanus II AV solidus. +IhS XPS REX REGnAnTIUM*, Christ enthroned facing, nimbate, raising right hand in benediction and holding book of gospels / CONSTANT' CE ROMAN' AVGG b R', Facing, crowned busts of Constantine VII with short beard on left, wearing loros, and Romanus II, wearing chlamys, unbearded, on right, holding long patriarchal cross between them. DO 14; Sear 1750.TextFull Size
SB 1751Constantine VII and Romanus II AV Solidus. IhS SPE REX REGNANTIUM, facing bust of Christ, nimbate with two or three dots in each limb of the cross, raising right hand in benediction and holding book of gospels / CONSTANT' CE ROMAN M AVG bR, Facing, crowned busts of Constantine VII with short beard on left, wearing loros, and Romanus II, wearing chlamys, unbearded, on right, holding long patriarchal cross between them. DOC 15; Sear 1751.Text

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SB 1753Constantine VII, Romanus I & Christopher AR Miliaresion. Constantinople. IhSUS XRISTUS nICA, cross potent on three steps, globe below, triple border / + ROMAnO’ COnSTAnT’ CE XPISTOF’ EN XW EVSEb’ bASIL’ R’, legend in five lines, triple border ornamented with eight equally spaced globes. DO 17; Sear 1753.TextFull Size
SB 1754Constantine VII, Romanus I and Christopher. 920-944 AD. AR Miliaresion (2.91 gm). Struck 921-931 AD. IhSUS XRISTUS nICA, cross potent on three steps, globe below, triple border / +ROMAnO' / XPISTOFOR /CECOhSTAh' / EhWEVSE/b'ASIL'R', legend in five lines, triple border. DO 18; Sear 1754.TextFull Size
SB 1755Romanus I, Constantine VII, Stephen and Constantine Lecapenus. 933-944. AR Miliaresion. Cross potent on three steps, cross of dots beneath; at the centre of the cross, oval medallion with facing bust of Romanus, bearded, wearing crown and loros; R/W M/A across fields / ROMANO’ CONSTANT’ STEFANOS CE CONSTA’ EN X•W B’R’, legend in five lines, cross of dots above and below, all within triple border. DO 20; Sear 1755.TextFull Size
SB 1757Constantine VII and Romanus II AR Miliaresion. IHSUS XRI-STUS NIKA, cross-crosslet (a cross with crosses on each of the top three arms) on three steps, small globe below; X at centre of cross, triple border ornamented with sixteen equally spaced globes / + CONST'T'/PORFVROG'/CE RWMANO/EN X•W EVSEb'/b' RWMEON, legend in five lines within triple border. DOC 21; Sear 1757.TextFull Size
SB 1758Constantine VII and Leo, AE Follis. Constantinople, 913-959 AD. CONSTANT CE ZOH b, crowned facing busts of Constantine, unbearded, on left, wearing loros, and Zoe, wearing chlamys, on right, holding patriarchal cross between them / CONS / TANTINO / CE ZOH bA / SILIS RO / MEON, legend in five lines. SB 1758, DOC 22.Text

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SB 1759Constantine VII, AE Follis, 24mm, 7.11 gr. 913-959 AD. CONST bASIL ROM, crowned bust of Constantine facing, beardless and wearing vertical loros, holding akakia and cross on globe / CONST-EN QEO BA-SILEVS R-OMEON, legend in four lines. SB 1759;TextFull Size
SB 1760Romanus I. AE Follis. 913-959 AD. Constantinople. RWMAN bASILEVS RWM, crowned, bearded, facing bust of Romanus, wearing chlamys, holding labarum and cross on globe / RWMA - N EN QEW bA - SILEVS RW - MAIWN, legend in four lines. SB 1760, DOC 25.TextFull Size
SB 1761Constantine VII, AE Follis. 913-959 AD. Constantinople mint. CONST bASIL ROM, crowned bust of Constantine facing, with short beard and wearing vertical loros, holding akakia and cross on globe / CONST / EN QEO BA / SILEVS R / OMEON, legend in four lines. SB 1761, DOC 26.TextFull Size
SB 1762Constantine VII and Romanus, AE Follis. Constantinople mint. CONST (or CONST T) CE ROMAN b ROM, crowned busts of Constantine, with short beard and wearing vertical loros, on left, and Romanus II, wearing loros, unbearded, on right, holding patriarchal cross (with X at centre) on globe between them / CONST / CE ROMAN / EN XRIST / b ROMEO, legend in four lines. SB 1762, DOC 27.TextFull Size
SB 1764Constantine VII, AE 15-18, Cherson mint. no legend, large P on w / no legend, floriated cross on two steps, dot on each side. SB 1764, DOC 32-33.Text

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SB 1771Constantine VII, AE4, Cherson mint. No legend, crowned bust of Constantine, facing, wearing chlamys / K over W. SB 1771, DOC 29.TextFull Size
SB 1772Constantine VII and Romanus I. AE4 of uncertain denomination, Cherson mint. Monogram Sear 49 resembling a cross with K-C-W-N at the tips clockwise from the top / monogram 50 resembling a cross with P-O-W-M at the tips clockwise from the top. (The O can resemble an A.). Sear 1772; DO 38.TextFull Size
ROMANUS_II
DOC 15-22
SB -
Romanus II. 959-963 AD. AV Solidus. Constantinople mint. Struck 959 AD. +IhS XP REX REGNANTINM, nimbate (two dots in arms of cross) facing bust of Christ, holding book of gospels / Crowned facing busts of Constantine, with short beard and loros on left, and Romanus, beardless and wearing chlamys on right, holding patriarchal cross between them; legend has been re-cut. Not in Sear. Different dies to Fueg B4.TextFull Size
Fueg B4
SB -
Romanus II. 959-963 AD. AV Solidus (4.42 gm). Constantinople mint. Struck 959 AD. +IhS XP REX REGNANTINM, nimbate (two dots in arms of cross) facing bust of Christ, holding book of gospels / Crowned facing busts of Constantine, with short beard and loros on left, and Romanus, beardless and wearing chlamys on right, holding patriarchal cross between them; legend has been re-cut. Not in DO or Sear. Fueg B4.TextFull Size
SB 1775Romanus II. AE16-18. Cherson mint. No legend, cross shaped monogram with M-A to left and right, mirror image P above, w below, sometimes with dots at upper left and right / cross floriate on two steps, dot to left and to right. SB 1775, DOC 3.TextFull Size
NICEPHORUS_II
SB 1776Nicephorus II AV histamenon nomisma. +IhS XGS REX REGNATIUM, bust of nimbate Christ facing, hand raised and holding book of gospels in left, three dots in each limb of the cross / nICHFOP' CE bASIL' AUGG IR, facing busts of Nicephorus with short beard, wearing loros, on left, and Basil II, beardless, wearing chlamys on right, holding long patriarchal cross between them. DO 1; Sear 1776.TextFull Size
SB 1777Nicephorus II AV histamenon nomisma. +IhS XGS REX REGNATIUM, bust of nimbate Christ facing, hand raised and holding book of gospels in left, two or three dots in each limb of the cross / NIKHFOP KAI RACIL' AVG'R' P', facing busts of Nicephorus with short beard, wearing loros, on left, and Basil II, beardless, wearing chlamys on right, holding long patriarchal cross between them. DO 2; Sear 1777.TextFull Size
SB 1778Nicephorus II Phocas, AV Histamenon Nomisma. Constantinople mint. +IhS XPS REX REGNANTInm, bust of nimbate Christ facing, hand raised and holding book of gospels in left, varying number of dots in the limbs of the cross / +QEOTOC b'H'Q NICHF dESP (or similar), facing busts of the virgin Mary, nimbate, on left, and Nicephorus, with short beard, crown and loros, on right, holding patriarchal cross between them. DO 4; Sear 1778TextFull Size
SB 1781Nicephorus II Phocas, AR Miliaresion. Constantinople. +IhSUS XPISTUS NICA and star, cross crosslet (i.e. with crosses at the ends of the arms) on globe above two steps, at the centre medallion of four lobes containing facing bust of Nicephorus with short beard, wearing crown and loros and dividing the inscription n over I–C over F, all within triple border ornamented with eight equally spaced globes / + nICHF’ En XW AVTOCRAT’ EVSEb’ bASILEVS RWMAIW’, legend in five lines, cross of dots above and below, all within triple border ornamented with eight equally spaced globes. DO 6. Sear 1781.TextFull Size
SB 1782Nicephorus II Phocas, AE Follis. Constantinople. NICIFR bASIL ROM, crowned bust facing with short beard, wearing loros, holding labarum and cross on globe / NICHF-EN QEW bA-SILEVS RW-MAIWN, legend in four lines. SB 1782, DOC 8.TextFull Size
SB 1783Nicephorus II Phocas, AE Follis. Constantinople. NICIFR bASIL RW, crowned bust facing with short beard, wearing loros and additional jewelled robe, holding cross-topped sceptre and trefoil on globe / NICHF-EN QEW bA-SILEVS RW-MAIWN, legend in four lines. SB 1783, DOC 7.TextFull Size
SB 1784Nicephorus II Phocas, AE 15mm, Cherson mint. Monogram Sear 52 resembling a cross with P-K-K-N at the ends of the arms, clockwise from top / Monogram Sear 53 resembling an A with E to left, crescent on dot above, C to right. SB 1784, DOC 9.TextFull Size
JOHN I
SB 1785John I, Tzimisces. 969-976 AD. AV Histamenon Nomisma, Constantinople. +IhS XIS REX REGNANTInm', facing bust of Christ, nimbate, raising hand in benediction, holding Gospels; nimbus with two pellets in arms of cross / +QEOTOC hOHQ' IW dES, half-length facing busts of John, wearing crown and loros, holding patriarchal cross, being crowned by Mary, wearing stola and maphorium, MQ above Mary; manus Dei above John. DOC III 3; SB 1785.TextFull Size
SB 1789John I, Tzimisces. 969-976 AD. AV Tetareron Nomisma, Constantinople. +IhS XIS REX REGNANTInm', facing bust of Christ, nimbate, raising hand in benediction, holding Gospels; nimbus with two pellets in arms of cross / +QEOTOC hOHQ' IW dES, half-length facing busts of John, wearing crown and loros, holding patriarchal cross, being crowned by Mary, wearing stola and maphorium, MQ above Mary; manus Dei above John. DOC 6a; SB 1789.TextFull Size
SB 1792John I, Tzimisces, AR Miliaresion, 969-976, Constantinople. + IhSUS XRIStUS nICA star, Cross crosslet on globus above two steps, circular medallion at centre containing facing bust of John with short beard, wearing crown and loros, Iw AN across fields, triple border with eight equally spaced dots / + IwANN' - En Xw AVtO - CRAT' EVSEb - bASILEVS - RwmAIw', Legend in five lines, -+- above and beneath, triple border with eight equally spaced dots. DO 7; SB 1792.Text

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SB 1793Class A1 Anonymous Follis. +EMMANOVHA IX-XC, Bust of Christ facing with nimbus cross with two dots in each limb of the cross, holding book of Gospels decorated with a border of dots and dot in centre / IhSUS XRISTUS bASILEU bASILE in four lines, no adornments above or below. Sear 1793.TextFull Size
SB 1794John I, Tzimisces. 969-976 AD. AE17mm (2.33 gm). Cherson mint. Monogram of "Iwannou" (Sear monogram 54) / Monogram of "Despotou" (Sear monogram 55). DOC III 8; Anokin 438; SB 1794.TextFull Size
BASIL II
CNG 69-1866
SB-
Basil II and Constantine VIII. 867-886 AD. AE Pattern "Solidus" (4.16 gm). Constantinople mint. 868-879 AD. +IhSUS XRISTOS star, facing bust of Christ holding book of gospels, and raising right hand / [bASI]LIOS ET CONSTANT' AUGG I', crowned facing busts of Basil and Constantine VIII, holding labarum between them. DOC III -; SB -. CNG 69, 1866.TextFull Size
SB 1795Basil II, 976-1025 AD. AV Histamenon Nomisma, Constantinople. +IhS XIS REX REGNANTINM (or similar), bust of Christ facing with nimbus cross having one or two dots in each limb of the cross, holding book of gospels and raising right hand / +bASIL C CONSTANT b R (or similar), crowned, facing busts of Basil, with short beard, wearing loros with square pattern, on left, and Constantine, no beard, wearing chlamys, holding long patriarchal cross between them. Sear 1795; DO 1.TextFull Size
SB 1796Basil II, 976-1025 AD. AV Histamenon Nomisma, Constantinople. +IhS XIS REX REGNANTINM (or similar), bust of Christ facing with nimbus cross having one or two dots or wedges or bars in each limb of the cross, holding book of gospels and raising right hand / +bASIL C CONSTANT b R (or similar), crowned, facing busts of Basil, with short beard, wearing loros with diamond-shaped pattern, on left, and Constantine, no beard, wearing chlamys, holding long patriarchal cross, sometimes with triangular wedge on the shaft, between them. Sear 1796; DO 2.Text

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SB 1797Basil II and Constantine VIII, AV Histamenon Nomisma, 977 AD, Constantinople, 23mm x 25mm, 4.38g. + IhS XIS REX REGNANTInm, Bust of Christ facing, wearing nimbus cross ornamented with two dots in sections in the limbs of the cross, holding book of Gospels and raising right hand / + bASIL C COnStAntI b Rm, crowned facing busts of Basil with short beard on left, wearing loros of square pattern, and Constantine VIII, beardless on right, wearing chlamys, holding patriarchal cross between them, single border of dots. SB 1797; DO 3.TextFull Size
SB 1800Basil II and Constantine VIII. 967-1025 AD. AV Histamenon (4.42 gm). Constantinople mint. 1005-1025 AD. + IhS XIS REX REGNANTInm, Bust of Christ facing, wearing nimbus cross ornamented with two crescents in the limbs of the cross, holding book of Gospels and raising right hand / + bASIL C COnStAntI b Rm, crowned facing busts of Basil with short beard on left, wearing loros of square pattern, and Constantine VIII, beardless on right, wearing chlamys, holding plain cross between them. DOC 6a; SB 1800.TextFull Size
SB 1806Basil II with Constantine VIII. 976-1025 AD. AV Tetarteron (22mm, 4.20 gm). Constantinople mint. +IhS XIS REX REGNANTInM, facing bust of Christ with nimbate cross behind head with single rim and two dots in each limb of the cross, holding book of gospels / +bASIL C CONSTAnTI bA, crowned, facing busts of Basil, with short beard and wearing loros of square pattern, on left, and Constantine beardless, on right, wearing robe with V-shaped overgarment ornamented with pearls, holding patriarchal cross between them with X on the shaft. DOC 15b; SB 1806.TextFull Size
SB 1809Basil II, AR miliaresion, 2.89 gm). Constantinople, c. 989. QCE bQ TOIS bASILS, facing bust of Mary, holding before her the infant Christ, whose nimbate head is facing; MHP-QV to left and right, with line above both; all within triple border / + MER QU (line above both) DEDOIASM O EIS SE EL PIZWN OU C APOT X in five lines, -+- below, all within triple border. DO 19; Sear 1809.TextFull Size
SB 1810Basil II and Constantine VIII. 976-1025 AD. AR Miliaresion (2.20 gm). Constantinople. ENTOVTW NICAT' bASILEI C CWNST', around cross crosslet with X and centre and dot in crescent on shaft, globe on four steps below; to left and right the crowned facing busts of Basil, with short beard and wearing loros, and Constantine, beardless and wearing chlamys / +bASIL C CWNSTAN PORFVROG PISTOI bAS' ROMAIW' in five lines, ornaments of varying form above and below. DOC 17a; SB 1810.Text

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SB 1811Basil II and Constantine VIII. 976-1025 AD. AR Miliaresion. En TOVEw nICAT bASILEI C CwNST, Cross crosslet, with X at centre and dot in crescent on shaft, on globe above four steps; to left and right, crowned facing busts of Basil, with short beard, wearing loros, on left, and Constantine, beardless, wearing chlamys, on right, triple border / +bASILI S CwNSTAN PORFVROS PISTV bAS RwMAIW in five lines, ornaments above and below, triple border. DOC 17c; Sear 1811.TextFull Size
SB 1813 (1)Basil II and Constantine VIII, AE Class 2 anonymous follis. 976-1028 AD. IC-XC to left and right of bust of Christ, facing, with nimbate cross behind head, holding book of gospels, sometimes with dots in centre of book's border, two dots in each limb of the cross / IhSUS XRISTUS bASILEU bASILE in four lines, ornament below. SB 1813.TextFull Size
SB 1813 (2)Basil II and Constantine VIII, AE Class 2 anonymous follis. 976-1028 AD. IC-XC to left and right of bust of Christ, facing, with nimbate cross behind head, holding book of gospels, sometimes with dots in centre of book's border, cross in each limb of the cross / IhSUS XRISTUS bASILEU bASILE in four lines, ornament below. SB 1813.TextFull Size
SB 1813 (3)Basil II and Constantine VIII, AE Class 2 anonymous follis. 976-1028 AD. IC-XC to left and right of bust of Christ, facing, with nimbate cross behind head, holding book of gospels, sometimes with dots in centre of book's border, o in each limb of the cross / IhSUS XRISTUS bASILEU bASILE in four lines, ornament below. SB 1813.TextFull Size
SB 1813 (4)Basil II and Constantine VIII, AE Class 2 anonymous follis. 976-1028 AD. IC-XC to left and right of bust of Christ, facing, with nimbate cross behind head, holding book of gospels, sometimes with dots in centre of book's border, two dots in two limbs of the cross, five dots in top limb / IhSUS XRISTUS bASILEU bASILE in four lines, ornament below. SB 1813.TextFull Size
SB 1813 (5)Basil II and Constantine VIII, AE Class 2 anonymous follis. 976-1028 AD. IC-XC to left and right of bust of Christ, facing, with nimbate cross behind head, holding book of gospels, sometimes with dots in centre of book's border, square in each limb of the cross / IhSUS XRISTUS bASILEU bASILE in four lines, ornament below. SB 1813.TextFull Size
SB 1813 (6)Basil II and Constantine VIII, AE Class 2 anonymous follis. 976-1028 AD. IC-XC to left and right of bust of Christ, facing, with nimbate cross behind head, holding book of gospels, sometimes with dots in centre of book's border, X with dots in each limb of the cross / IhSUS XRISTUS bASILEU bASILE in four lines, ornament below. SB 1813.TextFull Size
SB 1813 (7)Basil II and Constantine VIII, AE Class 2 anonymous follis. 976-1028 AD. IC-XC to left and right of bust of Christ, facing, with nimbate cross behind head, holding book of gospels, sometimes with dots in centre of book's border, two dots in two limbs of the cross, crescent in top limb of the cross / IhSUS XRISTUS bASILEU bASILE in four lines, ornament below. SB 1813.TextFull Size
SB 1813 (8)Basil II and Constantine VIII, AE Class 2 anonymous follis. 976-1028 AD. IC-XC to left and right of bust of Christ, facing, with nimbate cross behind head, holding book of gospels, sometimes with dots in centre of book's border, five dots in the limbs of the cross / IhSUS XRISTUS bASILEU bASILE in four lines, ornament below. SB 1813.TextFull Size
SB 1814Basil II AE17. Cherson mint. Cross shaped monogram Sear 55 / Cross shaped monogram Sear 56. SB 1814, DOC 21.TextFull Size
CONSTANTINE_VIII
SB 1815Constantine VIII. 1025-1028. AV Histamenon Nomisma 4.42 gm. +IhS XIS REX REGNANTINM (or similar), bust of Christ facing wearing nimbus cross with two crescents in its upper quarters, holding book of gospels and raising right hand, triple border / +CWNSTANTIN bASILEVS ROM (or similar), crowned bust of Constantine VIII facing, with long beard, wearing loros, holding labarum (sometimes with dot on shaft) and akakia, triple border. DOC 1; SB 1815.Text

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SB 1818Constantine VIII, Class A3 anonymous follis, 9-10g. 1025-1028 AD. IC-XC to right and left of bust of Christ facing with nimbus cross behind head, 2 dots in each limb of the cross, holding book of gospels with dot in centre of the book's border / +IhSUS XRISTUS bASILEU bASILE in four lines. SB 1818.TextFull Size
ROMANUS_III
SB 1819Romanus III. 1028-1034 AD. AV Histamenon, 4.40 gm. Constantinople mint. +IhS XIS REX REGNANTInM, Christ enthroned facing, nimbus cross behind head, holding book of gospels and raising right hand, double border / QCE bOHQ RWMAnW (or similar), Romanus on left, wearing a saccos and loros and holding cross on globe, usually with four dots on the fold of robe hanging below (but can be 5-8 dots), being crowned by Mary, nimbate on right, MQ (sometimes MHP) between their heads, double border. DOC III 1d; SB 1819.TextFull Size
SB 1820Romanus III. 1028-1034 AD. AV Histamenon, 4.40 gm. Constantinople mint. +IhS XIS REX REGNANTInM, Christ enthroned facing, nimbus cross behind head, holding book of gospels and raising right hand, double border / QCE bOHQ RWMAnW (or similar), Romanus on left, wearing a saccos and loros and holding cross on globe, with *six* dots on the fold of robe hanging below, being crowned by Mary, *not nimbate*, on right, MQ (sometimes MHP) between their heads, double border. DOC III 1a; SB 1820.TextFull Size
SB 1822Romanus III Argyrus AR Miliaresion. Constantinople mint. Struck 1030 AD. +QPARQENE COI QPOLVAINE, M-Q across field, the Virgin, nimbate, standing facing on footstool, holding nimbate infant Christ; triple border with eight spaced pellets / OC QHLPIKE PANTA KATOPQOI, Romanus, crowned, standing facing on footstool, wearing loros, holding long patriarchal cross and patriarchal cross on globe; triple border with eight spaced pellets. DOC III 3a. SB1822.TextFull Size
SB 1823Romanus III. 1028-1034 AD. Class B anonymous follis, 1028-1034 AD. Constantinople. IC-XC to right and left of bust of Christ facing with nimbate cross behind head, square in each limb of nimbus cross, holding book of gospels, a dot in centre of dotted square on book / IS-XS BAS-ILE BAS-ILE to left and right above and below cross with dots at the ends, on three steps. SB 1823. Text
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MICHAEL_IV
SB 1824Michael IV. 1034-1041 AD. AV Histamenon Nomisma. Constantinople mint. + IhS XIS REX REGNANTInM, bust of Christ facing, with nimbate cross with squares in the limbs of the cross, holding book of gospels / + mIX-AH-L bASILEUS Rm, crowned bust of Michael facing, wearing loros, holding labarum and cross on globe; manus Dei (hand of God) above. DO 1; SB 1824.TextFull Size
SB 1825Michael IV Class C Follis. 1034-1041 AD. EMMA NOVHL around, IC-XC to right and left of Christ, with nimbate cross behind head, three-quarter length figure standing, raising right hand, holding book of gospels in left / IC-XC/NI-KA in the angles of a jewelled cross with dot at each end. SB 1825.TextFull Size
MICHAEL V
SB 1826Michael V Kalaphates, AV histamenon nomisma (4.44 gm). Thessalonica. +IhS XIS REX REgNANTIhM, Christ enthroned facing, nimbus cross behind head, holding book of gospels and raising right hand / +MI-XAHL DESPOT, the archangel Michael, winged, on left in tunic and mantle, and Michael V, with short beard, wearing saccos and loros, standing facing, holding labarum between them; manus Dei (the hand of God) crowning him. SB 1826.TextFull Size
ZOE AND THEODORA
SB 1827Zoe and Theodora, AV histamenon nomisma. +QKE RQ TAC RACILICCIC, bust of Mary facing holding the infant Christ before her. MR-QU to left and right / ZOHN S QEODWR, facing busts of Zoe on left and Theodora on right, each wearing crown, saccos and maniakion and holding labarum between them. DO 1; Sear 1827.TextFull Size
CONSTANTINE IX
SB 1828Constantine IX, Monomachus. 1042-1055. AV Histamenon Nomisma (4.41 gm, 6h). Constantinople. +IHS XIS REX REGNANTIhM, Christ, nimbate, seated facing on lyre-backed throne, raising hand in benediction, holding Gospels / +CWNSTAnTn bASILEU RM, facing bust of Constantine, wearing crown and loros, holding cruciform sceptre with crescent and patriarchal cross on globe. DOC III 1a; SB 1828.TextFull Size
SB 1829Constantine IX, Monomachus. 1042-1055. AV Histamenon Nomisma (4.40 gm, 6h). Constantinople. +IHS XIS REX REGNANTIhM, Christ, nimbate, seated facing on lyre-backed throne, raising hand in benediction, holding Gospels / +CWNSTAnTn bASILEU RM, facing bust of Constantine, wearing crown and loros, holding labarum and cross on globe. DOC III 2a; SB 1829.TextFull Size
SB 1830Constantine IX, Monomachus. 1042-1055. AV Histamenon Nomisma (4.41 gm, 5h). Constantinople. +IHS XIS REX REGNANTIM, facing bust of Christ, nimbate, raising hand in benediction, holding Gospels; crescents in nimbus / +CWNST AN bASILEUS RM, facing bust of Constantine, wearing crown and loros, holding long cross and cross on globe. DOC III 3; SB 1830.TextFull Size
SB 1831Constantine IX AV Histamenon Nomisma. Constantinople mint. +IhSXIS REX REGNANTIhM, nimbate bust of Christ facing, holding gospels / +CWhSTANThOS bASILEuS Rm, half-length bust of Constantine facing, wearing crown and jeweled chlamys, holding cross on globe and hilt of sword, large star on either side. DO 4; Sear Byz 1831.TextFull Size
SB 1832Constantine IX, Monomachus. 1042-1055 AD. AV Tetarteron (4.01 gm). Constantinople. + IhS XIS REX REGNANTINm, nimbate bust of Christ facing, raising hand in blessing and holding Gospels / + CWnS-AnTh BASILEU Rm, crowned facing bust of Constantine, holding sceptre surmounted by trefoil and cross on globe. DOC III 5b; BN 14; SB 1832.TextFull Size
SB 1833Constantine IX, Monomachus. 1042-1055. AV Tetarteron Nomisma (4.04 gm, 5h). Constantinople. +IHS XIS REX REGNANT[IM], facing bust of Christ, nimbate, raising hand in benediction, holding Gospels / +CWNST ANt bASL[EUS RM], facing bust of Constantine, wearing crown and jewelled chlamys, holding labarum and cross on globe; no jewels on collar. DOC III 6; SB 1833.TextFull Size
SB 1834Constantine IX. 1042-1055. AR Miliaresion (2.41 gm). Constantinople. +ECPOI NA CWZOIC, Mary, standing on footstool, wearing pallium and maphorium, hands outstretched / EVCEBH MONOMAXON, Constantine standing, in military uniform consisting of cuirass, tunic, cloak and high boots, holding long cross and scabbard containing sword. DOC III 7; SB 1834.TextFull Size
SB 1835Constantine IX Monomachus. (1042-1055 AD). Silver 2/3 miliaresion (2.10 gm). Constantinople. H RLAXEPNITICA, facing bust of Mary, hands outstretched, nimbate, wearing pallium and maphorium; to left, MHP-QV to left and right, both with lines above; double border / QKE R Q-KWNCTAN-TINW DEC-POTH TW-MONOMA–X, in six lines; above, three short lines above (sometimes one line with pattern of five dots at each end); double border. DO 8. Sear 1835.TextFull Size
SB 1836Constantine IX, AE Class D anonymous follis. 1042-1055 AD. IC to left, XC to right of Christ, nimbate, seated facing on throne with back, holding book of Gospels in both hands / bAS-ILE bAS-ILE in three lines, -+- (sometimes over crescent) above, crescent (sometimes dot in crescent) below. SB 1836.TextFull Size
THEODORA
SB 1837Theodora. 1055-1056 AD. AV Histamenon (4.40 gm). Constantinople. IhS XIS REX REGNANTINM, Christ standing facing on footstool / +QEODORA AVGOVCA, Theodora and Mary standing, holding labarum between them; pellet and triangle on labarum shaft. DOC III 1b; SB 1837.Text

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SB 1838Theodora. 1055-1056 AD. AV Tetarteron Nomisma (3.93 gm). Bust of Christ, holding Gospels; IC XC to left and right / +QEO­W AVGOVC, crowned bust of Theodora, holding jewelled sceptre and cross on globe. DOC III 2; BN 5-10; SB 1838.TextFull Size
SB 1839Theodora. 1055-1056 AD. AR two-thirds Miliaresion. 1.35g. Bust of Mary facing, hands outstretched, nimbate, MH-QV to left and right / +QKE - ROHQEI - QEODQRA - AECPOINH - THPORFV - POGENN - TW in seven lines within double border. DO 3; Sear 1839.TextFull Size
MICHAEL VI
SB 1840Michael VI Stratioticus, AV Histamenon nomisma 1056-1057 AD, 4.39 g. + IhS XIS REX REGNANTInM, Bust of Christ facing, with nimbus with one dot in each limb, wearing pallium and colobium, raising right hand and holding book of gospels in left / MIXAHL AYTOCRAT, Michael VI, standing on left, wearing crown and jewelled chlamys, holding cross on globe, blessed by Mary, standing on right, wearing pallium and maphorion; MQ (sometimes MHP) between their heads. DO 1b. Sear 1840.TextFull Size
SB 1841Michael VI, Stratioticus. 1056-1057 AD. AV Tetarteron (3.96 gm). Constantinople. MHP QV, facing nimbate bust of Mary, hands outstretched + MIXAHL AUTOCRAT', Michael, bearded and crowned, standing facing on footstool, wearing loros and saccos and holding long cross and akakia. DOC III 2; BN 1-2; SB 1841.Text

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ISAAC COMNENUS
SB 1843Isaac I, Comnenus. 1057-1059 AD. AV Histamenon Nomisma 4.41 gm. +IhS XIS REX REGNANTInM, Christ seated facing on bench throne, holding Gospels / +ICAAKIOC RA-CILEVC RWM, Isaac standing, in military uniform, holding drawn sword in right hand and resting left hand on sheath. DOC III 2; BN 1-2; SB 1843.Text

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SB 1844Isaac I Comnenus. 1057 - 1059. AV histamenon nomisma (Scyphate). 4.38 gm. Constantinople. AV Histamenon Nomisma 4.41 gm. +IhS XIS REX REGNANTInM, Christ seated facing on bench throne, holding Gospels / +ICAAKIOC RA-CILEVC RWM, Isaac standing facing, crowned and in military uniform, holding labarum in right hand and resting with left hand on sword in sheath. DO. 1; S 1844.TextFull Size
SB 1845Isaac I Comnenus. 1057-1059. AV Tetarteron Nomisma. 20mm, 3.97 g. Constantinople. +IdS XIS REX REGNANTInM, facing, nimbate bust of Christ facing, dot in arms of cross / +ICAAKIOC RA-CILEVC RM, Isaac standing facing, crowned and in military uniform, holding cross on globe and sheathed sword set on ground; cross on globus composed of four dots. DOC 3; SB 1845.TextFull Size
CONSTANTINE X
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Constantine X, Ducas. 1059-1067 AD. AV Histamenon (trachy) 4.36 gm. +IhS XIS REX REGNANTInM, Christ, nimbate, enthroned on straight-backed throne with upright arms, holding book of gospels and raising right hand / +KWN RACL' O DOVKAC, Constantine, bearded, standing facing on footstool, holding labarum with no pellet on shaft, and cross on globe. DOC III 1a; SB 1847.Text

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Constantine X, Ducas. 1059-1067 AD. AV Histamenon (trachy). +IhS XIS REX REGNANTInM, Christ, nimbate, enthroned on straight-backed throne with upright arms, holding book of gospels and raising right hand / +KWN RACL' O DOVKAC, Constantine, bearded, standing facing on footstool, holding labarum with pellet on shaft, and cross on globe. DOC III 1b; SB 1847.Text

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SB 1847varConstantine X, Ducas. 1059-1067 AD. AV Histamenon (trachy). +IhS XIS REX REGNANTInM, Christ, nimbate, enthroned on straight-backed throne with upright arms, holding book of gospels and raising right hand / +KWN RACL' O DOVKAC, Constantine, bearded, standing facing on footstool, holding labarum with X on shaft, and cross on globe. SB 1847 var (X on shaft of labarum).TextFull Size
SB 1848Constantine X. 1059-1067. AV Histamenon Nomisma (trachy) 4.34 gm. Constantinople. +IhS XIS REX REGNANTInM, Christ seated on curved-backed throne, holding book of Gospels and raising right hand / +KWN RACL' O DOVKAC, Constantine, bearded, wears a saccos and loros, and holding cross on globe in left hand, standing on left, being crowned by Mary, nimbate, wearing pallium and maphorium, M above; Q to right, all within a double border of dots. DOC 2; BN 10-11; SB 1848.TextFull Size
SB 1849Constantine X. 1059-1067 AD. AV Tetarteron Nomisma 3.96 gm. Constantinople. MHP-QU, half length bust of the Virgin Mary, hands outstretched, sometimes with two dots at upper right and left / KWN RACIL O DWK, crowned, bearded, half-length bust of Constantine facing, wearing loros, holding cross on globe and akakia. DOC III 3a; SB 1849.TextFull Size
SB 1850Constantine X. 1059-1067. AR Miliaresion, 1.97 gm. Ornate cross crosslet on four steps with X at centre and dot in crescent on shaft, flanked by busts of Constantine on left wearing crown and jewelled chlamys, and Eudocia on right, crowned and wearing saccos and loros, all within triple border / KWN-S EVDOKIA-PICTOI RA-CILEIC PW-MAIWN in five lines, three short lines above, line-dot-line below. DOC III 4; SB 1850.TextFull Size
SB 1851Constantine X, 1059-1067. AR two-thirds Miliaresion (1.57g), Constantinople. MP-QV to upper left and right of Mary standing facing on footstool, nimbate and with her hands uplifted, flower ornaments to left and right of head / +QKE RO-HQEIKWN-CTANTINW-DECPOTH-TW DWKA in five lines, decorative lines above and below. DOC 6d; Sear 1851.TextFull Size
SB 1853Constantine X, AE Follis, 1059-1067, Constantinople. +EMMA NOVHA, Christ standing facing on footstool, wearing nimbus and holding Gospels, IC XC across fields / EVDKARO +KWNTAK, Eudocia on left, wearing loros with kite-shaped lower panel and crown with cross and pendilia; Constantine on right, wearing loros and crown with cross and pendilia, both standing facing, holding labarum with cross-piece on shaft between them, standing on base and three steps, each places one hand on heart. SB 1853.Text

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SB 1854Constantine X Ducas, AE Follis, 1059-1067, Constantinople. +EMMA NOVHA, IC-XC across fields, bust of Christ facing, wearing nimbus cross, pallius and collobium, holding book of gospels and raising right hand / +KwN RACILEVC O DOVK, crowned bust of Constantine X facing, bearded, wearing loros, cross in right hand, akakia in left. DO 9; SB 1854.Text

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SB 1855Constantine X, class E anonymous follis, 1059-1067 AD. IC-XC to left and right of bust of Christ, nimbate, facing, holding book of Gospels in both hands / IS XS bAS-ILE bAS-ILE in three lines, -+- above, -crescent- below. DO 9; SB 1855.Text

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SB 1856Constantine X Ducas, AE Class F anonymous follis, 10.0 g, 26.8 mm. Constantinople, 1059 - 1067 AD. IC-XC to right and left of Christ seated facing on throne without back, holding book of Gospels in both hands / ISXS bASILE bASIL in three lines, -+- above, cross below. SB 1856.Text

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EUDOCIA
SB 1857Eudocia. 1067 AD. AV Histamenon (trachy) (4.37 gm). +IhS XIS RECX REGNANTINM, Christ enthroned, holding Gospels / +MIX EV DK KWNS, Eudocia standing on footstool, flanked by her sons Michael and Constantius. DOC 1; SB 1857.Text

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ROMANUS IV
SB 1859Romanus IV, Diogenes. 1068-1071 AD. AV Histamenon (trachy) 4.38 gm. Constantinople. +RWMAN EVDOKIA, Christ standing facing on footstool, wearing nimbus cross, and crowing Romanus on left and Eudocia on right, both standing facing, wearing loros and holding cross on globe between them, IC-XC to upper centre left and right / KWN MX AND, Michael in centre, Constantius on left and Andronicus on right, all standing facing on footstools, all beardless and wearing loros; Michael holding labarum and akakia, his brothers each hold a cross on globe and akakia. DOC 1; BN 1; SB 1859.Text

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SB 1860Romanus IV, Diogenes. 1068-1071 AD. AV Histamenon (trachy). Constantinople. +RWMAN EVDOKIA, Christ standing facing on footstool, wearing nimbus cross, and crowing Romanus on left and Eudocia on right, both standing facing, wearing loros and holding cross on globe between them, IC-XC to upper centre left and right / KWN MX AND, Michael in centre, Constantius on left and Andronicus on right, all standing facing on footstools with dotted exergual band beneath the footstools, all beardless and wearing loros; Michael holding labarum and akakia, his brothers each hold a cross on globe and akakia. SB 1860.TextFull Size
SB 1861Romanus IV, Diogenes. 1068-1071 AD. AV Histamenon (trachy). Constantinople. +RWMAN EVDOKIA, Christ standing facing on footstool, wearing nimbus cross, and crowing Romanus on left and Eudocia on right, both standing facing, wearing loros and holding cross on globe between them, IC-XC to upper centre left and right / KWN MX AND, Michael in centre, Constantius on left and Andronicus on right, all standing facing, all beardless and wearing loros; Michael holding labarum and akakia, his brothers each hold a cross on globe and akakia, dotted exergual band below. SB 1861.Text

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SB 1862Romanus IV, Diogenes. 1068-1071 AD. AV Tetarteron nomisma, Constantinopolis; 4,00 g. +QKE ROHQ, Bust of Mary facing, holding before her the nimbate infant Christ whose head is facing, MP-QV to left and right / +RWMAN S EVDK, facing, half-length busts of Romanus, bearded, on left, wearing loros, and Eudocia on right, wearing jewelled robe with broad collar, both crowned and holding between them a tall cross on globe. DOC 3; Sear 1862.TextFull Size
SB 1865aRomanus IV, AR 1/3 miliaresion, Constantinople, 1068-1071, 0.52g, 12.3mm. M-Q over QK-RQ, facing bust of Mary, hands raised, triple line border / RWM to right of bust of Romanus facing, bearded, wearing crown and loros, and holding patriarchal cross and cross on globe, triple line border. BMC 8, DOC 7, Sear 1865a.TextFull Size
SB 1866Romanus IV Diogenes, AE Follis, 1068-1071, Constantinople. IC-XC over NI-KA to left and right of bust of Christ facing, dotted cross behind head, holding book of Gospels with both hands / C-R P-Delta in the four angles of a cross with globe and two dots at each extremity, X in the centre. SB 1866.Text

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SB 1867Romanus IV, Class G anonymous follis, 1068-1071 AD. IC-XC to left and right of bust of Christ, nimbate, facing, right hand raised, scroll in left, all within border of large dots / MP-QV to left and right of Mary, nimbate, hands raised, all inside border of large dots. SB 1867.Text

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MICHAEL VII
SB 1868Michael VII Ducas, AV or electrum histamenon trachy. Constantinople, 1071 - 1078 AD. IX-XC to left and right of bust of Christ facing, with nimbus cross, raising right hand and holding book of gospels in left hand / +MIXAHA RACIA O D, bearded, crowned, facing bust of Michael VII, wearing loros, holding labarum (sometimes with pellet on shaft)) and cross on globe. DO 2; SB 1868Text

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SB 1869Michael VII Ducas, AV or electrum histamenon trachy. Constantinople, 1071 - 1078 AD. IX-XC to left and right of Christ seated facing, with nimbus cross, raising right hand and holding book of gospels in left hand / +MIXAHA RACIA O D, bearded, crowned, facing bust of Michael VII, wearing loros, holding labarum (sometimes with pellet on shaft beneath hand) and cross (composed of four dots) on globe. DO 1; SB 1869.Text

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SB 1871Michael VII and Maria, 1071-1078. AV Tetarteron Nomisma (pale metal 4.04g), Constantinople. +QKE ROHQ, nimbate bust of Mary facing, holding before her the infant Christ with nimbate cross behind head, head facing, MP-QV across fields / +MIXAHL S MARIA, crowned, half-length figures of Michael, wearing loros (on left), and his wife Maria, wearing jewelled robe with broad collar (on right), holding between them long cross with terminal dots to arms and X on shaft. DOC 4; Sear 1871.TextFull Size
SB 1873Michael VII. (1071-1078 AD). Silver miliaresion (2.39 gm). Constantinople. +QKE ROHQEI TW CW DOVLW, Mary standing facing on rectangular footstool, nimbate and raising hands. MP-QV across fields / +MIXAHL RACIL O LK, Michael, bearded, standing facing, wearing military attire and crown with pendilia, holding long cross in right hand and resting left hand on sword in sheath, sometimes with dot in field beneath his right elbow or to left of his right leg. DO 7; Sear 1873.Text

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Michael VII, Ducas. 1071-1078 AD. 22.53 mm. 2.08 gm. AR Miliaresion. Constantinople. EN TOVTW NIKATE MIXAHL S MARIA, cross crosslet on globus resting on three steps, x at centre of cross, pellet within crescent on shaft; facing bust of Michael, bearded, wearing crown and jewelled chlamys to left, facing bust of Maria, wearing crown and loros to right, triple border / MIXAHL KAI MARIA PICTOI RACILEIC PWMAIWN in five lines; -o- above and below; triple border. DO 6; Sear 1874, decoration type 1.TextFull Size
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Michael VII, Ducas. 1071-1078 AD. AR Miliaresion. Constantinople. EN TOVTW NIKATE MIXAHL S MARIA, cross crosslet on globus resting on three steps, x at centre of cross, pellet within crescent on shaft; facing bust of Michael, bearded, wearing crown and jewelled chlamys to left, facing bust of Maria, wearing crown and loros to right, triple border / MIXAHL KAI MARIA PICTOI RACILEIC PWMAIWN in five lines; -+- above, -o- below; triple border. DO 6; Sear 1874, decoration type 1.TextFull Size
SB 1876Michael VII, Ducas. 1071-1078 AD. AR 2/3 Miliaresion 19mm, 1.03 g. Constantinople mint. MP-QV, Nimbate facing bust of Mary, holding nimbate infant Christ whose head is facing; dot to right and left of her nimbus / +QKE-ROHQEI-MIXAHL-DECPOTH-TW DUKA in five lines, -o- below. DOC III 8; SB 1876.TextFull Size
SB 1877Michael VII, Ducas, 1071-1078 AD. AR 2/3 Miliaresion, 0.68 gm. Constantinople mint. IC-XC to right and left of nimbate bust of Christ facing, holding Gospels and raising right hand / +KE RQ-MIXAHL-DECPOTH-TW DOV- -KA- (or dot KA dot), legend in five lines, -o- or - above. DOC III 13; SB 1877.TextFull Size
SB 1878Michael VII. 1071-1078 AD. AE Follis 8.57 gm. Constantinople. IC-XC at top left and top right of nimbate bust of Christ facing, nimbate cross behind head, right hand raised, holding book of gospels in left hand, star to left, star to right / MIXAHL RACIL O D, bearded bust of Michael VII facing, wearing crown and loros, holding labarum and cross on globe. SB 1878, DOC 14a-c.Text

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SB 1879Michael VII. 1071-1078 AD. AE Follis. Constantinople. IC-XC beneath the transverse limbs of nimbate cross of Christ facing, right hand raised, holding book of gospels in left hand, star at upper left and right / MIXAHL RACIL O D, bearded bust of Michael VII facing, wearing crown and loros, holding labarum and cross on globe. SB 1879, DOC 14d.TextFull Size
SB 1880Anonymous (attributed to Michael VII), AE Follis, Class H, 1081-1092. IC-XC across fields, bust of Christ facing, wearing nimbus cross, holding book of Gospels in both hands / Patriarchal cross with globe and dots at each extremity, floral ornament in either side of lower fields. SB 1880.Text

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SB 1880AMichael VII. 1071-1078 AD. AE Follis 8.57 gm. Constantinople. IC-XC at top left and top right of nimbate bust of Christ facing, nimbate cross behind head, right hand raised, holding book of gospels in left hand, star to left, star to right / MIXAHL RACIL O D, bearded bust of Michael VII facing, wearing crown and loros, holding labarum and cross on globe. (as SB 1878 but on a smaller flan from smaller dies). Sear 1880A.Text

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NICEPHORUS III
SB 1881Nicephorus III, Botaniates. 1078-1081 AD. Electrum histamenon nomisma (trachy), (4.32 gm). Constantinople. IC-XC to upper left and right, Christ seated facing on throne without back, wearing nimbus cross, raising right hand in benediction and holding book of Gospels in left; double border / + NIKHF DEC TW ROTANIAT, Nicephorus standing facing on footstool, bearded, wearing crown and loros, holding labarum with X on shaft and cross on globe; double border. Berk 335. DO 3b. Sear 1881.Text

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SB 1882Nicephorus III, Botaniates. 1078-1081 AD. Electrum histamenon nomisma (trachy). Constantinople. IC-XC to left and right, Christ seated facing on throne with square back, wearing nimbus cross, holding book of Gospels; double border / + NIKHFR DEC P TW ROTANIATH, Nicephorus standing facing on footstool, bearded, wearing crown and loros, holding labarum with X on shaft and cross on globe; double border. DO 2. Sear 1882.TextFull Size
SB 1883Nicephorus III, Botaniates. 1078-1081 AD. Electrum histamenon nomisma (trachy). 4.35 g, 32.0 mm, Constantinople mint. IC - XC, bust of Christ facing, wearing nimbus cross, holding gospels in left hand and raising right hand, double border / +NIKHFR DEC TW ROTANIAT, bearded bust facing, wearing crown and loros, holding cross in right, globus cruciger in left, double border. DO 1; SB 1883.TextFull Size
SB 1885Nicephorus III, Botaniates. 1078-1081 AD. AR Miliaresion 25mm, 1.97 gm. Constantinople mint. +QKE ROHQEI TW CW DUL, Mary standing facing on footstool, hands outstretched. MP-QV to left and right, double border / NIKHF DEC TW ROTAN, Nicephorus, bearded, crowned and in military attire (cuirass, tunic, cloak and high boots) standing facing, holding long cross and resting hand on sheathed sword. DOC 7; SB 1885.TextFull Size
SB 1886Nicephorus III, Botaniates. (1078-1081 AD). Silver miliarense, 1.61 gm. Constantinope. EN TOVTW NIKATE NIKHF KAI MARIA, cross-crosslet on globe resting on three steps, X in centre, dot in crescent on shaft, crowned busts of Nicephorus, bearded and wearing jewelled chlamys on left, and Maria wearing loros, on right / NIKHFR-KAI MARIA-PICTOI RA-CILEIC PW-MAIWN in five lines; –+– above, –o– below; triple border. DO 6. Sear 1886.Text

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SB 1887Nicephorus III, Botaniates. (1078-1081 AD). AR 2/3 Miliaresion. 19mm. MHP - [QV], facing bust of nimbate Mary, hands outstretched / +NIKHFR DEC TW [ROTANIAT], Niceophorus, bearded, standing facing, wearing crown and loros, holding labarum with X on shaft and cross on globe. Sear 1887 (one example known); DOC 8. 0,82g.TextFull Size
SB 1888Nicephorus III, Botaniates. (1078-1081 AD). AE Follis. Constantinople. IC-XC to left and right of three-quarter length figure of Christ standing facing, wearing nimbus cross, holding book of gospels and raising right hand, large star to left and right / C-F N-D in the four corners of a cross with a large dot at the ends of each arm, circle in centre containing large star of eight rays. DO 9; Sear 1888.Text

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SB 1889Nicephorus III, Class I anonymous follis. 1078-1081 AD. IC-XC to left and right of bust of Christ, nimbate, facing, right hand raised, book of gospels in left / Latin cross with X at centre, globe and two dots at the ends of each arm, crescent at top left and right, floral ornaments at lower left and right. SB 1889.Text

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Nicephorus Basilacius AE Follis, 1078 AD. Thessalonica. 7.26 g. [+ NIKH - BACI]/ IC-XC, nimbus bust of Christ facing, holding gospels and raising right hand / IC - XC/ NI-KA in the angles of a Greek cross on one step. Sear 1890 var; BMC-; DO. p. 705-706 BN 1903A.TextFull Size
SB 1890Nicephorus Basilacius (1078), Pretender. 1078 AD. AE follis, 4.40g. Thessalonica. IC-XC, Bust of Christ facing with nimbus cross behind head, holding scroll and raising right hand / C-B H-B in the corners of a jewelled patriarchal cross on two steps, X in centre. SB 1890, DOC 2.TextFull Size
SB 1890ANicephorus Bryennius, pretender, 1077-1078. AE follis 6.94g, uncertain mint. Bust of Christ facing, nimbate and with cross behind head, holding scroll / Patriarchal cross on two steps, C-[B]-N-[B] in the four angles of the cross. DOC 1a; Sear 1890A (attributed to Nicephorus Basilacius).TextFull Size
ALEXIUS I
SB 1892Alexius I Comnenus, 1081-1118. Electrum or AR Histamenon nomisma trachy, 26 mm. 4.24 g. IC – XC, Christ seated facing on throne with nimbus cross, holding gospels and raising right hand / [ALEXIW DECPOT TI] W KO MNHNw, Alexius I standing facing on dais, wearing crown and loros and holding labarum and cross on globe. DO T1a; Sear 1892.TextFull Size
SB 1893Alexius III, Comnenus Electrum trachy. 1081 - 1118 AD, 27mm, 4.4 gr. IC-XC to left and right of Christ seated facing on square-backed throne, with nimbus cross behind head, holding book of Gospels and raising right hand / +ALEIIW DECPOT TW KM, crowned bust of Alexius facing, wearing jeweled chlamys, holding sceptre with pelleted star and cross on globe. Sear 1893.TextFull Size
SB 1893aAlexius III, Comnenus silver or billon trachy. 1081-1118 AD. IC-XC to left and right of Christ seated facing on lyre-backed throne, with nimbus cross behind head, holding book of Gospels and raising right hand / +ALEIIW DECPOT TW KM, crowned bust of Alexius facing, wearing jeweled chlamys, holding sceptre with pelleted star and cross on globe. Sear 1893.TextFull Size
SB 1895Alexius I Comnenus (1081-1118). Electrum/AR 3.91 gr, Tetarteron. Constantinople, 1081-1087. Bust of Christ Pantocrator facing, with nimbus cross, wearing tunic and colobium, holding book of Gospels; dot over IC-XC to left and right / ALEIW DECPOT TW KOM (or similar), crowned bust of Alexius facing, wearing jewelled chlamys, holding cross-tipped sceptre with dot on shaft, and cross on globe. DOC 6c.13; Sear 1895.TextFull Size
SB 1896Alexius I, 1081-1118 (Pre-Reform Coinage, 1081-1092). AR Tetarteron Nomisma (silver, 3.83g). Constantinople. +EMMANOVHA, Christ Emmanuel standing facing on footstool, wearing nimbus cross and holding book of Gospels, IC-XC to left and right / +ALEIIW DECPOT TW KOMNH+, Alexius standing facing, wearing crown and loros and holding long cross and cross on globe. DOC 7; Hendy pl. 2, 3-5; Sear 1896.TextFull Size
SB 1897Alexius I, 1081-1118 (Pre-Reform Coinage, 1081-1092). BI Miliaresion (concave, 2.07). Constantinople. +QKE ROHQEI TW CW DOVLW, Mary standing facing on footstool, nimbate and with her hands uplifted (orans) / Alexius, crowned and wearing military attire, standing facing, holding long cross and resting on hilt of sheathed sword, dot below his right elbow. DOC 10; Hendy pl. 2, 13; Sear 1897.TextFull Size
SB 1899Alexius I, Comnenus. 1081-1118. BI one-third Miliaresion 19mm, 0.86 gm. Constantinople mint. +QKE ROHQ, Half-length figure of Mary, hands raised, nimbate head of Christ facing on her breast, MP-QV to left and right / ALEZI-W DECPO-TH TW KO-MNHNW in four lines. -+- above, -o- below. DOC IV 12; SB 1899.TextFull Size
SB 1900Alexius I, 1081-1118AD, Class J Anonymous Follis, 1081-1118 AD. Constantinople. IC-XC to left and right of bust of Christ facing, cross behind head, holding gospels and raising right hand. )-C at upper left and right / Cross with globe and two dots at each end of the arms, X in centre, large crescent below, around the cross are four more globes surrounded by small dots. SB 1900, DOC p. 700-701.Text

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SB 1901Alexius I, 1081-1118AD. AE Class K anonymous Follis. Constantinople. IC-XC to left and right of Christ, nimbate, bust facing, right hand raised, book of gospels in left, all inside border of large dots / MP-theta V (or M-theta only) to left and right of Mary, three-quarter length figure, hands raised, all inside border of large dots. SB 1901.TextFull Size
SB 1902Alexius I, 1081-1118AD. AE Class L anonymous Follis. Constantinople. 3.9g, 24mm. IC-XC to left and right of nimbate bust of Christ facing, raising right hand and holding scroll in left, all within border of large dots / Cross pattee ("iron cross"), NI-KA to left and right, IC-XC above and below. SB 1902.TextFull Size
SB 1903Time of Nicephorus III, attributed under Alexius I. Ca 1080 AD. AE Class M Follis, 3.48 gm. IC-XC to left and right of Christ enthroned facing, wearing nimbus cross, holding book of gospels and raising right hand / Jewelled cross with three dots at each end, large crescent below. DOC III M.1; SB 1903 (Alexius I).TextFull Size
SB 1904Alexius I, Comnenus. 1081-1118. EL Histamenon Nomisma trachy 4.48 gm. Thessalonica mint. Struck 1081-1082. +KE RO ALEZ', facing bust of Christ, nimbate, holding gospels and raising right hand. IC-XC to left and right / [DIMITI] to left, D EC PO TH T to right, St. Demetrius, nimbate, standing right, presenting labarum to Alexius, wearing crown and loros, standing facing, each grasping labarum. DOC IV 4; SB 1904.Text

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SB 1904vAlexius I, Comnenus. (1081-1118 AD). Electrum histamenon nomisma trachy, 4.03 gm. Thessalonica. +KE RQ ALES, facing bust of Christ, wearing nimbus cross, holding book of Gospels with both hands; IC-XC to left and right / DI MI TI P on left, D EC P I T H on right, Saint Demetrius, nimbate, on left, in military dress and holding sword in left hand, standing three-quarters to right, presenting labarum to Alexius on right, standing facing; wearing crown and loros and grasping shaft of labarum with right hand. DOC 4 var (legend). Sear 1904 var. (ditto).TextFull Size
SB 1905Alexius I Comnenus (AD 1092-1118). Electrum - silver histamenon nomisma trachy 4.41 gm. Thessalonica. KE RQ ALEX, nimbate bust of Christ facing, holding book of Gospels in both hands / DI M T downwards to left, D EC P T T S downwards to right, St. Demetrius, in military dress, standing right, on left, holding sword and presenting patriarchal cross to Alexius, on right, wearing crown and loros. BN 1-2. Hendy pl. 1, 10-12. Sear 1905.Text

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SB 1906Alexius I. 1081-1118 AD. Pre-Reform AR Tetarteron 3.82 gm. Thessalonica mint. MP-QV to left and right, facing bust of Mary, hands raised,, nimbate, nimbate head of the infant Christ facing on her breast / +ALEIIW DPOT TW K, Crowned bust of Alexius facing, wearing jewelled chlamys, holding jewelled sceptre and cross on globe. DOC 8; SB 1906.TextFull Size
SB 1907Alexius I Comnenus (1081-1118 AD), BI tetarteron nomisma, 17mm. 3.51g. Thessalonica. IC-XC to left and right of Christ, seated facing, wearing nimbus cross, holding book of gospels / + ALEZ (DECPOT TW K), crowned bust facing, wearing loros, holding labarum and akakia, star in left and right fields. Sear 1907. Hendy pl. 2, 12.TextFull Size
SB 1909Alexius I Comnenus (1081-1118 AD), AE follis. 6,75 gr, 27-28 mm. Thessalonica. MP-QV to left and right of nimbate bust of Mary facing, holding the infant Christ whose nimbate head is facing / ALETIW DECPOT TW K, Alexius, crowned and wearing loros, standing facing, holding labarum and cross on globe. SB 1909.TextFull Size
SB 1910Alexius I, AE 22mm follis, Thessalonica. 1081-1118 AD. +A..M, Alexius, crowned bust facing, wearing loros, holding cross-tipped sceptre and cross on globe, all within border of large dots / C-F-A-D in the four corners, clockwise from top left, of a jewelled cross on two steps, X in the centre. SB 1910, BMC 55. Not to be confused with Sear 1931, a tetarteron, not a circular follis.TextFull Size
SB 1911Alexius I, AE follis, 28mm, 4.99 gr. Thessalonica. 1081-1118 AD. IC-XC over NI-KA, cross on two steps, dot at each end / CEP CYN-ERGEI BA-CILEI AL-EXIW in four lines, cross above. SB 1911, BMC 66-68.TextFull Size
SB 1912Alexius I, AD 1081-1118, AV Hyperpyron trachy (4.25g), Constantinopolis. +KE ROHQEI, Christ enthroned facing with nimbate cross, holding book of gospels and raising right hand. IC-XC across fields / A LE XIW DEC PO TH to left, TW KO MNH NW to right, Alexius standing facing, wearing chlamys, crowned by hand of God, holding labarum and cross on globe. Sear 1912, Ratto 2057.TextFull Size
SB 1913Alexius I Comnenus. 1081-1118. AV Hyperpyron trachy. Constantinople mint. 4.34 gr. Post-reform coinage, struck 1092-1118. +KE ROHQEI, Christ enthroned facing with nimbate cross, holding book of gospels and raising right hand. IC-XC across field / A LE XIW DEC PO TH to left, TW KO MNH NW to right, Alexius standing facing, wearing chlamys with exaggerated jewels on hem at right, crowned by hand of God, holding labarum and cross on globe. DOC IV 20g; SB 1913.TextFull Size
SB 1915Alexius I Comnenus. 1081-1118. EL Aspron trachy 1092-1118, 4.35 g. MHR-QV to left and right of Mary, nimbate, seated facing on backless throne, holding nimbate head of Christ to breast / A LE IIW DEC PO downwards to left, TW KO MN N downwards to right, Alexius, crowned and wearing chlamys, standing facing, holding jewelled sceptre and cross on globe. DO 22. Sear 1915.TextFull Size
SB 1916Alexius I, Irene and John II (1092-1118). BI Aspron Trachy. Constantinople. Billon 3.70 gr. I W DECPO KERO HQ, John II, beardless, standing on dais, wearing stemma, divitision, collar-piece and loros, holding labarum and cross on globe, being crowned by Christ, nimbate, wearing tunic and colobium; IC-XC above / +ALEZI W D EI PHN I AVG, Alexius and Irene standing facing, both wearing crown, stemma, divitision, collar-piece and loros; holding patriarchal cross between them. DOC 24.2 (this coin); Sear 1916.TextFull Size
SB 1917Alexius I Billon Aspron trachy, 1092-1118 AD. Constantinople. 3.5 grams. 25mm. IC-XC to left and right of Christ, nimbate, seated facing, holding book of gospels / ALEZIiW DECPOT-TWKOMNN downwards to left and right of Alexius, crowned, holding jewelled sceptre and resting left hand on hip. SB 1917, BMC 9-11.TextFull Size
SB 1918Alexius I, 1081-1118 AD. Billon aspron trachy. Constantinople. IC-XC to left and right of Christ, nimbate, seated facing, holding book of Gospels / ALEZIW DECPT-TWKOMNN, crowned bust of Alexius facing, wearing jewelled chlamys, holding cross-tipped sceptre and cross on globe. Sear 1918; BMC Byzant. 9-11.Text

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SB 1919Alexius I. Comnenus, 1092-1118 AD. Billon Aspron Trachy, 3.96 g, 27-29 mm. Constantinopolis. +KE ROHQEI, IC-XC, bust of Christ facing, nimbate, holding book of Gospels / ALE DEC, crowned bust of Alexius facing, wearing loros, holding labarum and cross on globe. SB 1919, BMC 22.TextFull Size
SB 1920Alexius I. Comnenus, 1092-1118 AD. AE tetarteron. Constantinople. IC-XC to left and right of bust of Christ facing, wearing nimbus cross and holding book of gospels / +ALE DEC, crowned bust of Alexius facing, wearing loros and holding labarum and cross on globe. Sear 1920; Ratto 2079.TextFull Size
SB 1921Alexius I. Comnenus, 1092-1118 AD. AE tetarteron. Constantinople. IC-XC to left and right of bust of Christ facing, cross behind head, holding book of gospels / +ALEZI DECHT, crowned bust of Alexius facing, wearing loros and holding jewelled sceptre and cross on globe. Sear 1921.TextFull Size
SB 1922Alexius I, AE17 Tetarteron, 1081-1118 AD, Constantinople mint. IC-XC to left and right of Christ, nimbate, seated facing, holding book of gospels / ALEZIW DECP, crowned bust of Alexius facing, wearing jewelled chlamys, holding cross-headed sceptre and cross on globe. SB 1922, BMC 41.TextFull Size
SB 1923Alexius I AE Tetarteron, 1081-1118 AD. Constantinople. IC-XC to left and right of Christ, nimbate, seated facing, holding book of gospels and raising right hand / ALEZIW DECPOT TW KOM, Alexius, crowned, wearing loros, standing facing, holding labarum and cross on globe. Sear 1923, BMC 43-44.TextFull Size
SB 1924Alexius I. 1081-1118 AD. AV Hyperpyron trachy 4.41 gm. Post-reform coinage, 1092-1118 AD. Thessalonica mint. + KE RO-HQE[I], Christ, nimbate, enthroned facing, holding book of gospels and raising right hand / A LE ZI W ­EC PO T downwards on left, TW KO MNH N downwards on right, Alexius standing facing, holding labarum and globus-cruciger; hand of God above. DOC 20l; Sear 1924.Text

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SB 1926Alexius I Electrum aspron trachy. Thessalonica. 1092-1118 AD. EL 4.32 g. + KERO ALEZI, Christ enthroned facing, with nimbus cross, holding book of Gospels; XC-IC to left and right / + DECPOTH [TO KOMNH], Alexius, wearing divitision and loros, and holding cross on globe being crowned by Mary, nimbate, M–Q between their heads (can be MQ or M). DO 23a.2. Sear 1926.TextFull Size
SB 1929Alexius I, AE Tetarteron, Thessalonica, 1081-1118 AD. IC-XC to left and right of nimbate bust of Christ facing, holding book of gospels and raising right hand / ALZI DECP, crowned bust of Alexius facing, wearing jewelled chlamys, holding cross-tipped sceptre and cross on globe. Sear 1929, BMC 37-40. sb1929Text

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SB 1930Alexius I, AE Tetarteron, Thessalonica, 1081-1118 AD. MP-QV to left and right of bust of Mary, nimbate, facing, both hands raised / ALZI DECP, crowned bust of Alexius facing, wearing jewelled chlamys, holding labarum and cross on globe. SB 1930.TextFull Size
SB 1931Alexius AE Tetarteron, 1081-1118 AD. Thessalonica. TW KOMHN, crowned facing bust of Alexius, wearing loros, holding cross-tipped sceptre and cross on globe / Jewelled cross with globe at each end, X in centre, on two steps, C-F-AL-D in the corners, clockwise from top left. (Note, the order and character of the letters can differ, e.g, C-F-M-D or F-C-A-D), SB 1931, BMC 49-54.Text

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Turkic Tribes. Ca 1092-1181 AD. AE Tetarteron 21mm, 3.21 gm. Imitating Alexius I. Crowned facing bust, wearing loros, holding cross-tipped sceptre and cross on globe / Jewelled cross with X at centre and F C M D in the four corners, clockwise from top left. Cf. DOC IV 40a.20; cf. SB 1931.TextFull Size
SB 1931vAlexius I Comnenus. 1092-1181 AD. AE Tetarteron 20mm, 2.25 gm. Post-reform issue. Unknown provincial mint. Crowned bust facing, wearing loros, holding cross-tipped sceptre and cross on globe / Jewelled cross globe and two dots at each end, X in centre and F C (retrograde) M D in the four corners, clockwise from top left. DOC IV 40a; SB 1931 var, BMC 49-54 var (retrograde C).TextFull Size
SB 1932Alexius I Comnenus. 1092-1181 AD. AE Tetarteron. Patriarchal cross on two steps, A-D, K-F to left and right, above and below / ALEZI, crowned bust of Alexius facing, wearing loros, holding jewelled sceptre and cross on globe. SB 1932, BMC 56-65.Text

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SB 1933Alexius I, 1081-1118 AD. AE Tetarteron. Uncertain mint. 2.51g, 17mm. IC-XC to left and right of Christ standing facing, wearing nimbus cross and holding book of Gospels / (+)ALE(ZIW DEC), Alexius standing facing, wearing crown and loros, and holding sceptre and globus cruciger. DOC 43, Sear 1933 (Thessalonica).TextFull Size
SB 1934Alexius I Comnenus ( 1081-1118) and John II, AE Half tetarteron Thessalonica or Cyprus mint - 1,85 g. 17 mm. Facing bust of the Virgin Mary, hands not raised / Crowned bust of Alexius facing, wearing jewelled chlamys, holding labarum and cross on globe. Sear 1934; DOC 44; Ratto 2088.TextFull Size
SB 1936Alexius I Comnenus (1081-1118). BI Aspron Trachy. Philippopolis. 4.04 gr. +K E R OL NE Z I W (Z retrograde), Christ seated facing on backless throne, with nimbus cross, holding book of gospels and raising right hand; IC-XC to left and right / D EC PO TH TW KO M N, Alexius standing facing, wearing crown and loros with fold over left arm, holding labarum and cross on globe. DOC 31; Sear 1936.TextFull Size
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SB 1938John II. 1118-1143. AV Hyperpyron (4.26 gm). Constantinople mint. IC-XC to left and right of Christ seated facing on backless throne, right hand raised and holding book of gospels / +IW-DECPOTH, QV-MR, facing half-length figures of Mary, nimbate, on right, and John, holding patriarchal cross between them, hand of god above John's head. DOC IV 1a.2; SB 1938.Text

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SB 1939John II, 1118-1143. Hyperpyron. Constantinople. 4,32 g. IC-XC to left and right of Christ seated facing on backless throne, right hand raised and holding book of gospels / IW DECPOT TWN in multiple lines to left, POGENHT (or similar) in multiple lines to right of emperor, who is wearing divitision and loros and holding labarum and akakia, being crowned by Mary, nimbate, on right, both standing facing. MQ (sometimes MHP) between their heads. SB 1939; BMC 41-42; Hendy Pl. 9, 4-5.TextFull Size
SB 1940John II, 1118-1143 AD. AV Hyperpyron. Constantinople. +KERO-HQEI IC-XC, Christ enthroned facing on throne with back, holding book of gospels / MQ-QV, IW DEC PO TH (or similar) above, emperor, who is wearing divitision and loros and holding cross on globe, being crowned by Mary, nimbate, on right. QV above or VQ above, MHR to right, SB 1940; BMC 1-2.Text

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SB 1941John II, 1118-1143 AD. Electrum aspron trachy. Constantinople mint. IC-XC to left and right of Christ seated facing on backless throne, right hand raised / IW DEC PO TH Q GR WR IL (sometimes partially retrograde or garbled) to right and left of John, crowned and wearing divitision and chlamys, on left and St. George, nimbate, in military dress and holding sword, on right, both standing facing, holding patriarchal cross with small globe at base between them. SB 1941; BMC 49-50.TextFull Size
SB 1942John II, 1118-1143 AD. Electrum aspron trachy. Constantinople mint. IC-XC to left and right of Christ seated facing on backless throne, right hand raised / IW DEC PO TH Q GR WR IL (sometimes partially retrograde or garbled) to right and left of John, crowned and wearing divitision and chlamys, on left and St. George, nimbate, in military dress and holding sword, on right, both standing facing, holding patriarchal cross on three steps between them. SB 1942; DO 263, 8d.Text

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SB 1943John II. Billon Aspron Trachy. 1118-1143 AD. 3.1gm, 26mm. Constantinople. MP-QV, Mary, nimbate, seated facing, holding before her the nimbate head of the infant Christ / IW DEC PO TH TW POP to left, ThV PO GE NH T to right, John standing facing, crowned, in military dress, and holding labarum and cross on globe. SB 1943; BMC 57.TextFull Size
SB 1944John II, 1118-1143 AD. Billon trachy. Constantinople. IC-XC to left and right of Christ, nimbate, bust facing, right hand raised, holding book of gospels in left / IW DECPOT T POVPOGNT, bust of John, crowned, facing, wearing loros and holding cross-topped sceptre (sometimes with an additional bar on the shaft) and cross on globe. SB 1944, BMC 53-56.Text

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SB 1945John II AE tetarteron, 1118-1143. Constantinople. IC-XC, Christ, nimbate, standing facing on footstool, wearing pallium and colobium and holding book of gospels / IW DECPOT TW POPQVPOGNT, John, crowned, standing facing, wearing divitision and jewelled loros, holding cross-headed sceptre and cross on globe. DOC 12a, Sear 1945.Text

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SB 1946John II, Comnenus, 1118-1143 AD. AE tetarteron, Constantinople mint. MP-QV, nimbate bust of Mary facing, both hands raised / IW DEC POT TW POP to left, QV PO GE NH T to right of John standing facing, wearing crown, divitision and chlamys, holding jewelled sceptre and cross on globe. SB 1946, BMC 72-75.Text

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SB 1947John II, 1118-1143 AD. Thessalonica. Electrum or Gold Hyperpyron, 28mm flan (smaller and thicker than the Constantinople version under SB 1938) Thessalonica mint. IC-XC to left and right of Christ seated facing on backless throne, right hand raised / +IW-DECPOTH, QV-MR, facing half-length figures of Mary, nimbate, on right, and John, holding patriarchal cross between them, hand of god above John's head. SB 1947; BMC 15-16.Text

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SB 1948John II, 1118-1143. Thessalonica. AV hyperpyron. (smaller and thicker than the Constantinople version under SB 1939), IC XC to left and right of Christ seated facing on backless throne, right hand raised / MQ-IW DECPOT TWN to left and right of the emperor, wearing divitision and loros and holding labarum and akakia, being crowned by Mary, nimbate, on right. SB 1948.TextFull Size
SB 1949John II, 1118-1143. Thessalonica. AV Hyperpyron. (smaller and thicker than the Constantinople version under SB 1940). +KERO-HQEI IC-XC, Christ enthroned facing on throne with back, holding book of gospels / MQ-QV, IW DEC PO TH (or similar) above, emperor, wearing divitision and loros and holding cross on globe, standing on left, being crowned by Mary, nimbate, on right. SB 1949.TextFull Size
SB 1950John II Comnenus, 1118 – 1143 AD. AV hyperpyron, Thessalonica, 4.29 g. IC-XC, Christ, with crossed nimbus, enthroned facing, raising right hand and holding book of gospels in left. / IW DECPOT in multiple lines to left, QV above, MP to right, John on left, standing facing, holding labarum and cross on globe, being crowned by Mary standing on right. DO 5; Sear 1950.TextFull Size
SB 1951John II Comnenus, 1118 – 1143 AD. Electrum aspron trachy, Thessalonica. 3.91 g. IC-XC to left and right of bust of Christ facing, with crossed nimbus, wearing pallium and colobium, holding book of gospels and raising right hand / IW DEC PO TH Q GR WR IL (sometimes partially retrograde) to right and left of John, crowned and wearing divitision and chlamys, on left and St. George, nimbate, in military dress and holding sword, on right, both standing facing, holding labarum between them. DO 8e; Sear 1951.TextFull Size
SB 1952John II. Comnenos Ducas (1118-1143), Billon aspron trachy, Thessalonica. MP-QV, Mary, nimbate, seated facing, holding before her the nimbate head of the infant Christ / IW DEC PO TH TW POP to left, ThV PO GE NH T to right, John standing facing, crowned, in divitision and loros, holding labarum and cross on globe. Sear 1952, DOC 11, Sommer 60.13.Text

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SB 1953John II. 1118-1143 AD. AE Tetarteron, Thessalonica. 22mm 4.05g. IC-XC to left and right of bust of Christ facing, wearing nimbus cross, pallium and colobium, holding book of gospels and raising right hand. Dots in each limb of the nimbus cross / IW DECPOT, Crowned bust of John facing, wearing jewelled chlamys, holding jewelled sceptre and cross on globe. SB 1953; DOC 14b; BMC 70-71.TextFull Size
SB 1954John II, 1118-1143 AD, AE Half Tetarteron. Thessalonica. IC-XC, Christ nimbate, standing facing on footstool, wearing pallium and colobium, holding book of gospels, both hands at front / IW DECPOT, Crowned bust of John facing, wearing jewelled chlamys, holding labarum and cross on globe. SB 1954, BMC 67-69.Text

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SB 1954 varJohn II, 1118-1143 AD, AE Half Tetarteron. Thessalonica. IC-XC, Christ nimbate, standing facing on footstool, wearing pallium and colobium, holding book of gospels and raising right hand / IW DECPOT, Crowned bust of John facing, wearing jewelled chlamys, holding labarum and cross on globe. SB 1954var (position of Christ's hand), BMC 67-69.TextFull Size
SB 1955John II, 1118-1143 AD, AE Half Tetarteron. Thessalonica. Q DI MI-T PI O C to left and right of St. Demetrius, nimbate, facing, in military dress, no beard, standing, holding sword and shield / IW DEC, Crowned bust of John facing, wearing jewelled chlamys, holding labarum and cross on globe. SB 1955.TextFull Size
MANUEL I
SB 1956Manuel I. 1143-1180 AD. AV Hyperpyron 4.11 gm. Constantinople. +KE ROHQEI, IC-XC to left and right of nimbate and beardless bust of Christ facing, holding scroll and raising right hand / MA-NOVHL-DEC-PO-TH in five lines to left, TW-POR-FV-POG-NH-T to right, Manuel, wearing crown, divitision and chlamys, standing facing, holding labarum and patriarchal cross on globe; hand of god at upper right. DOC IV 1e; SB 1956.Text

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SB 1957Manuel I. 1143-1180 AD. EL Aspron Trachy 31mm, 1.88 gm. Constantinople mint. IC-XC to left and right of nimbate bust of Christ facing, O-EM-MA to left, NOV-HL (or similar) to right / Manuel, beardless, wearing divitision and loros, holding labarum and akakia, being crowned by Mary, nimbate, on right, MP-QV between their heads. SB 1957.TextFull Size
SB 1958Manuel I. 1143-1180 AD. EL Aspron Trachy (3.94 gm). Struck 1152-1157(?) AD. Constantinople mint. IC XC to left and right of Christ seated facing on bench throne, holding Gospels and raising right hand / MANWHL DECPOTH, Manuel and Mary standing facing, holding patriarchal cross between them; M above, QV at top right. DOC IV 3a; BN 3-5; Berk 353 (this coin); SB 1958.TextFull Size
SB 1959Manuel I. 1143-1180 AD. EL Aspron Trachy. Constantinople mint. IC-XC to left and right of Christ, bearded and nimbate, standing facing on dais, holding book of gospels; usually a star to left and right / MANOVL to left, O-QE-O-W-P-O-S (or similar) to right, of Manuel, bearded and wearing crown, divitision and loros, and St. Theodore, bearded and nimbate, wearing military dress, both standing facing, each holding swords, and together holding a patriarchal cross between them with large globe at base pellet on cross shaft. DOC IV 4c; SB 1959.Text

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SB 1960Manuel I. 1143-1180 AD. EL Aspron Trachy. Constantinople mint. IC-XC to left and right of nimbate bust of Christ facing, O-EM-MA to left, NOV-HL (or similar) to right / MA-NOV-HL-DEC-PO-THC to left, O-POR-FV-POG-NNH-TOC (or similar) to right, of Manuel, standing facing, wearing crown, divitision and loros, holding labarum and akakia, hand of god at top right. SB 1960.TextFull Size
SB 1961Manuel I (A.D. 1143-1180). EL Aspron Trachy. Constantinople. 3.36 gr, 28.20 mm. IC XC to left and right of Christ seated facing on throne with back, holding Gospels / MANOVHL DECPOT (or similar, Manuel, on left, holding labarum and cross on globe, being crowned by Mary, nimbate on right, both standing facing; M or MHP between their heads, QV at top right. Sear 1961; Ratto 2118.TextFull Size
SB 1962Manuel I, Billon Trachy 1143-1180, Constantinople Mint. Nimbate and beardless bust of Christ facing, holding scroll and raising right hand / MANOVHL DECP (or similar), beardless, crowned bust of Manuel facing, holding labarum and cross on globe. Sear 1962.Text

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SB 1963Manuel I Comnenus, Constantinople, billon aspron trachy. 28-29 mm; 4,07g. IC XC in upper field, Christ, bearded and nimbate, wearing tunic and colobium, seated upon throne with back; holds Gospels in l. hand. Dot in each limb of nimbus cross / MANUHA DEC, Full-length figure of emperor, bearded wearing stemma, divitision, collar-piece, jeweled loros of simplified type and sagion, holding cross-tipped sceptre in right hand and cross on globe in left. SB 1963 DOC IV 11a.2 var.A.TextFull Size
SB 1964Manuel I. 1143-1180 AD, Constantinople. Billon Aspron Trachy. MP-QV to left and right of Mary, nimbate, seated facing on throne without back, holding beardless, nimbate head of Christ before her / MANOVHL DECPOTHC (or similar), Manuel, crowned, wearing chlamys and divitision, standing facing, holding labarum and patriarchal cross on globe. SB 1964, BMC 56-57; DO 12b.11.Text

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Manuel I Comnenus, Constantinople, Billon aspron trachy. MP to left, theta V to right of Mary enthroned, facing, nimbate and wearing pallium and maphorium / MANUHL DECPOTHC, Manuel standing facing wearing divitision and chlamys, bearded and crowned, holding labarum and cross on globe. Sear 1965. Dumbarton Oaks IV 12g.TextFull Size
SB 1966
DO 13a
Manuel I Comnenus, Constantinople, Billon Aspron Trachy. IC-XC to left and right of Christ bearded and nimbate, wearing tunic and kolobion, seated upon throne without back, holds Gospels in left hand. Dot in each limb of nimbus cross. No stars / MANUHL DECP, Manuel on the left, holding labarum and cross on globe, being crowned by Mary, both standing facing; M between their heads. Three jewels on emperor's loros between waist and collar piece. Loros waist has 5 pellets in upright cross, diagonal bars between. Collar has 5 jewels. Sear 1966; Dumbarton Oaks IV 13.a.TextFull Size
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DO 13b
Manuel I Comnenus, Constantinople, Billon Aspron Trachy. IC-XC, Christ bearded and nimbate, wearing tunic and kolobion, seated upon throne without back: holds Gospels in left hand. Pellet in each limb of nimbus cross. No stars / MANUHL DECP, Manuel on the left, holding labarum and cross on globe, being crowned by Mary, both standing facing; Theta to right of Mary. Three jewels on emperor's loros between waist and collar piece. Loros waist has 5 pellets in diagonal cross arrangement. Collar has 5 jewels. Sear 1966; Dumbarton Oaks IV 13.b.TextFull Size
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DO 13c
Manuel I Comnenus, Constantinople, Billon Aspron Trachy. IC-XC, Christ bearded and nimbate, wearing tunic and kolobion, seated upon throne without back: holds Gospels in left hand. Dot in each limb of nimbus cross. No stars / MANUHL DECP, Manuel on the left, holding labarum and cross on globe, being crowned by Mary, both standing facing; Theta to right of Mary. Three jewels on emperor's loros between waist and collar piece, loros waist has dots pellets in diagonal cross arrangement, collar has 3 jewels. Sear 1966; Dumbarton Oaks Collection IV 13.c.TextFull Size
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DO 13d
Manuel I Comnenus, Constantinople, Billon Aspron Trachy. IC XC, Christ bearded and nimbate, seated upon throne without back: holds Gospels in left hand. Dot in each limb of nimbus cross. No stars / MANUHL DECPO, Manuel on the left, holding labarum and cross on globe, being crowned by Mary, both standing facing; MP above Marys outstretched hand, Theta V to the right of Mary. One jewel on emperor's loros between waist and collar piece. Loros waist has 5 pellets in a diagonal cross arrangement, collar piece has 3 jewels, the central one is square. The central pellet of the waistband and the single jewel between collar and waist are also square. Sear 1966; Dumbarton Oaks IV 13.d.TextFull Size
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Manuel I Comnenus, Constantinople, Billon aspron trachy. IC-XC, Christ bearded, seated facing, wearing nimbus; Gospels in left hand. Eight-rayed stars on each side, double linear legs to throne / MANUHL DECP, Manuel on the left, holding labarum and cross on globe, being crowned by Mary, both standing facing, M above Marys outstretched hand. (One jewel on emperor's loros between waist and collar piece. Loros waist has 5 pellets in diagonal cross arrangement. The collar piece has 3 jewels; the centre one round, flanked by 2 square jewels. All other pellets are round.) Sear 1966. Dumbarton Oaks IV 13.f.TextFull Size
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DO 13i
Manuel I Comnenus, Constantinople, Billon aspron trachy. IC-XC, Christ, nimbate, bearded, seated facing, holding Gospels in left hand / MANUHL DECP, Manuel on the left, holding labarum and cross on globe, being crowned by Mary, both standing facing; Theta to right of Mary. Encircled jewel on loros waist. This example has 3 circular collar jewels and circular jewels between collar and waist. Sear 1966; Dumbarton Oaks IV 13.i.TextFull Size
SB 1966Manuel I Comnenus, Constantinople, Billon aspron trachy. IC XC (overscored), Christ bearded, seated facing, wearing nimbus, pallium and colobium; Gospels in left hand / MANYHL DECPOHTC, Virgin, on the right, holding her hand over Manuel, who is standing, facing, wearing loros with 3 jewels in the collar piece and 5 jewels in the loros waist in a diagonal cross formation, single jewel in circle between the collar and the loros waist, divitision and chlamys, holding labarum and cross on globe, M above Mary's outstretched hand. Sear Byz. 1966. Dumbarton Oaks Collection IV 13.k.TextFull Size
SB 1966 DO 13lManuel I Comnenus, Constantinople, Billon aspron trachy. IC XC, Christ bearded, seated facing, wearing nimbus; Gospels in left hand / MANUHL DECP, Manuel on the left, holding labarum and cross on globe, being crowned by Mary, both standing facing; M above Marys outstretched hand. V (overscored) to right of Mary. Dot within circle on collar piece only; on loros between waist and collar piece; on both collar piece and loros; on loros waist in a 5 dots diagonal cross design. Unusually this example has 2 jewels on the loros between the collar and waist. (Usually 1 or 3 jewels there). Sear 1966; Dumbarton Oaks IV 13.l.TextFull Size
SB 1967Manuel I. 1143-1180 AD, AE Tetarteron. Mint: Constantinople. 18mm 2.04gm. IC-XC, Facing bust of beardless Christ, nimbate cross behind head, dot in in each arm of the cross, holding scroll and raising right hand / MANOVHL DECP or similar, beardless, crowned bust of Manuel facing, wearing loros and holding labarum and cross on globe. DOC 14a, Sear 1967.TextFull Size
SB 1968Manuel I AE 22mm tetarteron, 1143-1189 AD. MP-QV, Mary, nimbate, standing right, hands raised towards hand of God at upper right / MANOVHL DECPOTHC or similar, Manuel standing facing, crowned, wearing divitision and loros and holding cross-tipped sceptre and akakia. SB 1968.TextFull Size
SB 1969Manuel I, AE Tetarteron. 1143-1181 AD. Constantinople. IC-XC to left and right of Christ, nimbate, standing facing on dais, holding book of gospels / MANVHL DECPOTH, Manuel, crowned, wearing loros and trabea, standing facing, holding labarum with X on shaft, and cross on globe. SB 1969, BMC 62-63.TextFull Size
SB 1970Manuel I, AE Tetarteron. 1143-1181 AD. Constantinople. MP-QV to left and right of Mary, nimbate, bust facing, both hands raised ("orans") / MANVHL DEC, Manuel, crowned, wearing jewelled chlamys, half-length figure standing, holding labarum and cross on globe or patriarchal cross on globe. SB 1970, BMC 71-74.Text

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SB 1971Manuel I, 1143-1180 AD. AV Hyperpyron 4.13 gm. Thessalonica mint. +KE ROHQEI, IC-XC to left and right of nimbate and beardless bust of Christ facing, holding scroll and raising right hand / MA-NOVHL-DEC-PO-TH in five lines to left, TW-POR-FV-POG-NH-T to right, Manuel, wearing crown, divitision and chlamys, standing facing, holding labarum and plain cross on globe; hand of god at upper right. DOC IV 1f; SB 1971.TextFull Size
SB 1972Manuel I (1143-1180AD), Electrum aspron trachy 1,93 gr, Thessalonica mint. (As SB1957 above, but very thin and deeply scyphate), IC-XC to left and right of nimbate bust of Christ facing, O-EM-MA to left, NOV-HL (or similar) to right / Manuel on left, beardless, wearing divitision and loros, holding labarum and akakia, being crowned by Mary, nimbate, on right; MP-QV between their heads. SB 1972.TextFull Size
SB 1974Manuel I, Electron Aspron Trachy, 1143-1180 AD, Thessalonica mint. 1.52g. MP-QV to left and right of Mary, nimbate, seated facing on throne without back, holding beardless, nimbate head of Christ before her / MANOVHL DECPOTHC to left, Q-D-H-M-TRI-O-S (or similar, to right, Manuel, crowned, wearing divitision and chlamys and holding akakia in right hand, standing on left, and St. Demetrius, beardless and nimbate and in military dress, standing on right. Sear 1974, BMC 31-34.Text

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SB 1975Manuel I. AE Tetarteron. Thessalonica mint. QGE to left, P-over-w GIOS (or O GEORGIOC) to left or QGE to left, WGIOC to right of bust facing of St. George, unbearded, nimbate, wearing tunic, cuirasse and cloak, holding spear and shield / MANVHL DECPOTH (or MANOVHL DEC), crowned, unbearded bust facing of Manuel, wearing loros, holding labarum and cross on globe. SB 1975, BMC 75-77.Text

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SB 1976Manuel I, AE Tetarteron, 1143-1180 AD, Thessalonica. MANVHL DECPOTH, Manuel, crowned and wearing loros, bust facing, holding labarum and cross on globe / barred IC - barred XC to left and right of cross with X at centre, on three steps. SB 1976, BMC 86-90.Text

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SB 1977Manuel I. AE Half-Tetarteron. (usually around 2.75 gr.). Thessalonica mint. Monogram Sear 57 (D-M-K-PL clockwise from left at the ends of a cross) in small, neat letters / Crowned, unbearded bust of Manuel facing, wearing loros, holding labarum and cross on globe. SB 1977.TextFull Size
SB 1978Manuel I Half-Tetarteron, Thessalonica. IC-XC to left and right of bust of Christ facing, beardless, wearing nimbus cross, holding scroll and raising right hand / MANOVHL DECPOTH (or similar), Manuel, bearded, crowned, standing facing, wearing military attire and holding cross-topped sceptre and cross on globe. SB 1978, BMC 64-66.Text

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SB 1979Manuel I. AE Half-Tetarteron. (usually around 1.8 gr.). Uncertain Greek mint. Monogram Sear 58 (D-M-K-PL clockwise from left at the ends of a cross) in large letters / no legend, crowned, unbearded bust of Manuel facing, wearing loros, holding labarum and cross on globe. SB 1979.Text

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SB 1980Manuel I, Comnenus. 1143-1180 AD. AE 1/2 Tetarteron, Greek Mint, 1.2 grams. AE14. (As SB1975 but much smaller). P-over-w GIOC to left of bust facing of St. George, unbearded, nimbate, wearing tunic, cuirass and cloak, holding spear and shield / MANVHL DECPOTH (or MANOVHL DEC), crowned, unbearded bust facing of Manuel, wearing loros, holding labarum and cross on globe. SB 1980, BMC 78.Text

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SB 1981Manuel I Half-Tetarteron, Uncertain Greek mint. (Same as SB1978 but smaller). AE13, 1.59 gr. IC-XC to left and right of bust of Christ facing, beardless, wearing nimbus cross, holding scroll and raising right hand / MANOVHL DECPOTH (or similar) Manuel, bearded, crowned, standing facing, wearing military attire and holding cross-topped sceptre and cross on globe. SB 1981, BMC 67-69.TextFull Size
SB 1982Manuel I, AE Tetarteron, 1143-1180 AD, Uncertain Greek mint. Same as SB1976 but much smaller (16-19mm). MANVHL DECPOTH, Manuel, crowned and wearing loros, bust facing, holding labarum and cross on globe / Barred IC - barred XC to left and right of cross with X at centre, on three steps. SB 1982, BMC 91-94; Ratto 2163.Text

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ANDRONICUS I
SB 1983Andronicus I, Comnenus. 1183-1185. AV Hyperpyron 4.49 gm. Constantinople mint. MHP-QV to left and right of Mary, nimbate, seated facing, holding the nimbate head of the infant Christ before her / ANDPONIKOC DECPOTHC, IC XC across fields, Andronicus, crowned, with forked beard, standing on the left, wearing loros, holding labarum and cross on globe, being crowned by Christ, holding book of gospels in left hand. DOC IV 1.6; SB 1983.Text

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SB 1984Andronicus I, AD 1183-1185. Electrum aspron trachy, Constantinople. QKE ROHQEI to left, MTP-QV across fields, Mary standing facing on dais, nimbate, both hands raised ("orans"), on her breast, nimbate head of the infant Christ facing / ANDPONIKW DECPOTH, Andronicus, with forked beard, standing on left, crowned, wearing chlamys, holding labarum and akakia, being crowned by Christ, bearded and with nimbus cross, standing on the right and holding book of Gospels. Hendy 11-12. Sear 1984.Text

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SB 1985Andronicus I, AD 1183-1185. Billon aspron trachy, Constantinople. MTP-QV across fields, Mary standing facing on dais, nimbate, holding before her the nimbate head of the infant Christ / ANDPONIKOC DECPOTHC, IC XC across fields, Andronicus, crowned, with forked beard, standing on the left, wearing loros (no sagion/short cloak), holding labarum and cross on globe, being crowned by Christ, holding book of gospels in left hand. Sear 1985.Text

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Andronicus I, Constantinople, Billon aspron trachy, 29mm. MHP-QV to left and right of Mary, nimbate, standing facing on dais, holding before her the nimbate head of infant Christ facing left / ANDRONIKOC DECPOTHC, IC XC (overscored) at upper right, full-length figure of emperor on left, wearing loros with two jewels between the waist and collar-piece, holding labarum-headed sceptre and cross on globe, crowned by Christ bearded and nimbate, holding book of gospels in left hand. Sear 1985; Dumbarton Oaks 3a.TextFull Size
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Andronicus I, Constantinople, Billon aspron trachy, 30mm. MHP-QV to left and right of Mary, nimbate, standing facing on dais, holding before her the nimbate head of infant Christ facing left / ANDRONIKOC (DECPOTHC), IC XC at upper right, full-length figure of emperor on left, wearing loros with 3 jewels on the loros between the waist and collar-piece, holding labarum-headed sceptre and cross on globe, crowned by Christ bearded and nimbate, holding book of gospels in left hand. Reverse is double-struck resulting in two Christs. Sear 1985; Dumbarton Oaks Collection 3b.TextFull Size
SB 1986Andronicus I AE20 Tetarteron, Constantinople mint. MHP-QV to left and right of facing bust of Mary, holding nimbate head of the infant Christ facing / ANDRONIKOC or ANDRONIKOC DECPOTHC or similar, IC-XC above and to right, Andronicus, full length figure standing on left, crowned by Christ, bearded and nimbate. Emperor wears stemma, divitision and chlamys; holds labarum on long shaft and akakia in left; Christ holds book of gospels in left hand. DOC 5; SB 1986.Text

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SB 1987Andronicus I, AE Tetarteron, Thessalonica. MP-QV to left and right of Mary, nimbate, bust facing, hands raised, the nimbate head of the infant Christ facing left before her / ANDRONIKOC, Andronicus, crowned, with forked beard, half-length figure facing, wearing chlamys, holding labarum and cross on globe. SB 1987, BMC 13-16.Text

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SB 1989Andronicus I, AE 18mm Half Tetarteron, uncertain Greek mint. (Same as SB1987 but smaller, usually ca. 15mm.) MHP-QV to left and right of Mary, nimbate, both hands raised ("orans"), on her breast the nimbate head of the infant Christ / ANDRONIKOC, crowned, half-length figure of Andronicus facing with forked beard, wearing scaramangion and saigon and holding labarum and cross on globe. SB 1989; DOC 8.TextFull Size
ISAAC COMNENUS of Cyprus
SB 1990Isaac Comnenus (usurper in Cyprus, AD 1184-1191). Electrum aspron trachy (4.67 gm). MHP-QV to left and right of Mary enthroned facing, nimbate and wearing pallium and maphorium, holding in front of her the infant Christ / I CA AKI OC on left, D EC P on right, Isaac standing facing, wearing crown and chlamys, holding cross-tipped sceptre in right hand and akakia in left. BN 1. Hendy pl. 19, 5. Sear 1990.TextFull Size
SB 1991Isaac Comnenus Usurper in Cyprus. 1184-1191 AD. Billon Trachy (3.62 gm). MP-QV to left and right of Mary, nimbate, seated facing, holding before her the nimbate head of infant Christ facing left / IKAAKIOC, Isaac, wearing crown, divitision and chlamys and holding akakia, standing facing on left, and St. George, in military attire, holding sword, standing facing on right, holding long patriarchal cross between them. SB 1991.TextFull Size
SB 1992Isaac Comnenus of Cyprus, Billon aspron trachy. Nicosia mint. IC-XC to left, OEMMA to right of bust of Christ facing, nimbate, facing, no beard, right hand raised, holding scroll in left hand / ICAAKIOC DECPOTHC down and across fields, Isaac wearing crown, divitision and sagion, standing facing, holding akakia and cross-headed sceptre. SB 1992, BMC 43.Text

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SB 1993Isaac Comnenus of Cyprus, AE Tetarteron. Nicosia mint. MP-theta V to left and right of bust of Mary facing, nimbate, hands raised / ICAAKIOC DEC, Isaac wearing crown, divitision and sagion, standing facing, holding cross-headed sceptre and cross on globe. SB 1993.TextFull Size
SB 1996Isaac Comnenus of Cyprus, AE Tetarteron. Uncertain mint in Cyprus. MP-theta V to left and right of Mary, standing right on dais, hands raised towards hand of God at upper right / ICAAKIOC to left, DECPOTHC to right, Isaac wearing crown, divitision and chlamys, standing facing, on dais, holding long cross and cross on globe, hand of God at upper right. SB 1996.TextFull Size
SB 1998Isaac Comnenus of Cyprus, AE Tetarteron. Uncertain mint in Cyprus. IC-XC to left and right of Christ, nimbate, seated facing, unbearded, right hand raised and holding scross in left / ICAAKIOC to left, DECPOTHC to right, Isaac wearing divitision and loros, standing facing on left, cross-headed sceptre and akakia, crowned by Mary, nimbate, on right, MHP between their heads. SB 1998.TextFull Size
ISAAC II
SB 2000Isaac II Angelus, AV Hyperpyron, 4.43 gr. 1185-1195 AD. Constantinople mint. MP-Theta V to left and right of Mary enthroned facing, nimbate, holding the nimbate head of the infant Christ facing / I CA A KI OC downwards to left, Isaac on the left, crowned, wearing divitision and loros and holding labarum, and the archangel Michael, beardless and nimbate, in military dress on the right, both standing facing, holding between them a sword in sheath. X AP between their heads, X MI at lower right. SB 2000; BMC 1-2.TextFull Size
SB 2001Isaac II Angelus, AV Hyperpyron, 4.43 gr. 1185-1195 AD. Constantinople mint. MP-Theta V to left and right of Mary enthroned facing, nimbate, holding the nimbate head of the infant Christ facing / I CA A KI OC DEC in circular form to left, Isaac on the left, crowned by hand of God above, wearing divitision and loros and holding cross-tipped sceptre, and the archangel Michael, beardless and nimbate, in military dress on the right, both standing facing, holding between them a sword in sheath. Q or X AP or nothing between their heads; X M, X MI or X AP X M or similar to right, SB 2001; BMC 3-11.Text

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Isaac II Angelus, Electrum aspron trachy, Constantinople mint, 1185-1195 AD. MP-theta V to left and right of Mary, nimbate, seated facing, holding before her the nimbate head of infant Christ facing left , sometimes with star above each arm of the throne / ICAAKIOC DEC, Isaac, standing facing on the left, wearing divitision and chlamys, and holding cross-headed sceptre and akakia, on left, being crowned by Archangel Michael, nimbate, unbearded and in military dress, holding jewelled sceptre, standing on the right. Q between their heads, , X M (M can resemble an N) or X MI or X AP X M to right. SB 2002, BMC 12-15.Text

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Isaac II Angelus, Electrum aspron trachy, Constantinople mint, 1185-1195 AD. MP-theta V to left and right of Mary, nimbate, seated facing, holding before her the nimbate head of infant Christ facing left , sometimes with star above each arm of the throne / ICAAKIOC DEC, Isaac, standing facing on the left, wearing divitision and chlamys, and holding cross-headed sceptre and akakia, on left, being crowned by Archangel Michael, nimbate, unbearded and in military dress, holding jewelled sceptre, standing on the right. Q between their heads, , X M (M can resemble an N) or X MI or X AP X M to right. SB 2002, BMC 12-15.Text

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Isaac II Angelus, Electrum aspron trachy, Constantinople mint, 1185-1195 AD. MP-theta V to left and right of Mary, nimbate, seated facing, holding before her the nimbate head of infant Christ facing left , sometimes with star above each arm of the throne / ICAAKIOC DEC, Isaac, standing facing on the left, wearing divitision and chlamys, and holding cross-headed sceptre and akakia, on left, being crowned by Archangel Michael, nimbate, unbearded and in military dress, holding jewelled sceptre, standing on the right. Q between their heads, , X M (M can resemble an N) or X MI or X AP X M to right. SB 2002, BMC 12-15.TextFull Size
SB 2003Isaac II Angelus, billon aspron trachy, Constantinople mint, 1185-1195 AD. MP-theta V to left and right of Mary, nimbate, seated facing, holding before her the nimbate head of infant Christ facing left , sometimes with star above each arm of the throne / I CAA KI OC to left, DEC PO TH C to right, Isaac, standing facing on the left, crowned, wearing divitision, loros and sagion (sometimes ornamented with star), and holding cross-headed sceptre and akakia, crowned by hand of God in upper right field. SB 2003, BMC 19-31.Text

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SB 2004Isaac II Angelus. 1185-1195 AD. AE Tetarteron. Constantinople mint. MP-theta V to left and right of Mary, nimbate, standing facing on dais, both hands raised (orans), the nimbate head of the infant Christ facing before her / IC AA K I on left, DEC P O T HC on right, Isaac standing facing wearing crown, divitision and chlamys, and holding cross-tipped sceptre and akakia; hand of God at upper right. SB 2004; BMC 38-42.TextFull Size
SB 2005Isaac II AE Tetarteron, Thessalonica mint. O X AP-X MI (or similar) to left and right of facing bust of Archangel Michael, beardless and nimbate, wearing loros and holding jewelled sceptre (sometimes surmounted by trefoil) and cross on globe / ICA AKI OC DE CPO TH C (or similar) to left and right of Isaac, crowned bust facing, wearing loros, holding cross-tipped sceptre and akakia. Sear 2005.TextFull Size
SB 2006Isaac II AE Half Tetarteron, Thessalonica mint. abbreviated version of O X AP-X MI (or similar) to left and right of facing bust of Archangel Michael, beardless and nimbate, wearing loros and holding jewelled sceptre (sometimes surmounted by trefoil) and cross on globe / ICA AKI OC DE CPO TH C (or similar) to left and right of Isaac, crowned bust facing, wearing loros, holding cross-tipped sceptre and akakia. Sear 2006.Text

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ALEXIUS III
SB 2008Alexius III Angelus-Comnenus, AV Hyperpyron, 1195-1203, 25mm x 29mm, 4.47g, Constantinople. IC-XC +KE R HQEI to left and right of Christ, standing facing on dais, nimbate, wearing pallium and colobium, right hand raised, book of Gospels in left / ALESIw DEC Kw TKwMNHNw, Alexius on left, wearing crown, divitision and chlamys, akakia in right hand and St. Constantine, bearded, crowned and nimbate on right, wearing divitision and loros, both standing facing, holding long patriarchal cross between them. SB 2008; BMC 1-2.Text

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SB 2009Alexius III angelus-Comnenus. 1195-1203 AD. Electrum Aspron Trachy. Constantinople. + KE HQEI, Christ enthroned facing, holding book of gospels and raising right hand, IC XC at upper left and right, sometimes decoration comprising of dots, stars and short lines above the arms of the throne; / ALEXIW D­ECP Q KWCTANTI (or similar), Alexius and St. Constantine, standing facing, each bearded, crowned, wearing divitision and loros, each holding cross-tipped sceptre and holding labarum (dot in banner) between them. Sear 2009; BMC 8-10.Text

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SB 2010Alexius III angelus-Comnenus. 1195-1203 AD. Electrum Aspron Trachy. Constantinople. IC XC at upper left and right, Christ enthroned facing, holding book of gospels and raising right hand, sometimes decoration comprising of dots, stars and short lines above the arms of the throne / ALEXIW D­ECP Q KWCTANTI (or similar), Alexius and St. Constantine, standing facing, each bearded, crowned, wearing divitision and loros, each holding cross-tipped sceptre and holding labarum (dot in banner) between them. (Note: The difference between this coin and SB 2009 is the lack of obverse legend). Sear 2010.TextFull Size
SB 2011Alexius III Angelus-Comnenus. 1195-1203 AD. AE 27mm Trachy. IC-XC to left and right of Christ, nimbate, bust facing, right hand raised, holding scroll in left / ALEZIOC DECP O KWNTANTI, Alexius, crowned, wearing loros, on left, holding labarum; St. Constantine, nimbate, wearing loros, bearded, on right, holding labarum and holding cross on globe between them. SB 2011; BMC 15. H22.8-12.TextFull Size
SB 2012Alexius III angelus-Comnenus. 1195-1203 AD. AE Trachy. Constantinople. KE ROHQEI around, IC-XC to left and right of nimbate bust of Christ facing, right hand raised, holding scroll in left / ALEZIW DECP O KWNTANTI, Alexius, crowned, and St Constantine, nimbate, each wearing divitision and loros, both standing facing, each holding a labarum and the two holding a cross on globe (sometimes a patriarchal cross on globe) between them. SB 2012, BMC 16-18.Text

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SB 2013Alexius III angelus-Comnenus. 1195-1203 AD. AE Trachy. Constantinople. KE ROHQEI around, IC-XC to left and right of nimbate bust of Christ facing, right hand raised, holding scroll in left / ALEZIW DECP TW KOMNHNW, theta-WL to right, Alexius, crowned, and St Constantine, nimbate, each wearing divitision and loros, each holding a labarum and the two holding a patriarchal cross on globe between them. SB 2013, BMC 20ff.TextFull Size
SB 2014Alexius III, AE tetarteron, Constantinopole. MP-theta V to left and right of Mary, nimbate, half-length bust, body to right, head facing, hands raised towards hand of God at upper right / ALEXIC DECPOT, Alexius, crowned bust facing, wearing loros, holding labarum and cross on globe. SB 2014, BMC 38.TextFull Size
SB 2015Alexius III Angelus-Comnenus, AE tetarteron of Thessalonica, 1197-1203. Unclear legend, theta GE P-over-W to right, St. George, bust facing, nimbate, wearing cuirasse and sagion, holding spear and sword hilt / ALEXIOC DECPOTHC, Alexius, crowned, wearing divitision and chlamys, standing facing, holding labarum and cross on globe. SB 2015, BMC 39-40; DOC 5a.TextFull Size
SB 2016Alexius III Angelus-Comnenus, AE half tetarteron of Thessalonica, 1197-1203. theta GE P-over-W to right, St. George, bust facing, nimbate, wearing cuirasse and sagion, holding spear and sword hilt / ALEXIW DECPOT, Alexius, crowned, wearing divitision and chlamys, standing facing, holding labarum and cross on globe, sometimes with hand of God at upper right. SB 2016, BMC 41-42.TextFull Size
ISAAC II restored AND ALEXIUS IV
SB 2019Isaac II (restored) and Alexius IV Angelus (1203-1204). AE tetarteron. 4.91 gr. Constantinople, 1203 AD. MP-QV, Half-length figure of Mary, nimbate, raising both hands ("orans"), nimbate head of Christ on breast / [IC]AAKIOC DECPOT, Isaac standing facing, wearing stemma, divitision, jeweled loros and sagion, holding labarum and cross on globe. Sear 2019.TextFull Size
LATIN RULERS OF CONSTANTINOPLE AND THESSALONICA
SB 2021Latin emperors, Mint: Crusaders Constantinople, Latin Trachy Hendy Type A large Module. 20-24 mm 1.36gm. Mary, nimbate seated facing on throne with back, holding nimbate head of Christ on breast / MANOVHA D ECHOTHC frequently blundered, Emperor standing, wearing stemma divitision, and chlamys, holding labarum and anexikakia. SB 2021; Hendy type A, pl 25,6-10; DOC 1.1-1.14.Text

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SB 2022Latin emperors, Constantinople, AE Trachy. 1204-1261 AD. Christ enthroned, facing / Emperor, crowned, standing facing, holding sword in right hand and cross on globe. SB 2022.TextFull Size
SB 2023Latin rulers. Constantinople, Trachy type C. 1204-1261 AD. 15mm. MP-OV barred, Mary, nimbate, seated facing on throne with back; holding the beardless nimbate head of Christ on breast / Emperor seated facing on throne without back, collar-peice and paneled loros of simplified type; holding labarum-headed sceptre and anexikakia, hand of God at upper right. SB 2023.TextFull Size
SB 2024Latin rulers, AE trachy, Hendy type D. Constantinople. 1204-1219 AD. 20mm, 1.54 gm. Bust of Christ facing, beardless and nimbate, holding scroll / Emperor standing facing, wearing stemma, loros and sagion, holding cross-tipped sceptre and cross on globe. SB 2024.TextFull Size
SB 2025Latin rulers, AE trachy, Hendy type E. Constantinople. 1204-1219 AD. IC-XC barred in field, nimbate and beardless bust of Christ facing, holding scroll. Dot in each limb of nimbus cross / MANOVHA-AECHOTHC, emperor, full-length figure standing, wearing stemma, divitision, loros and sagion, holding labarum-headed sceptre and patriarchal cross on globe. Sear 2025, Hendy type E, DOC IV pl, XLIX5, ash. 40-43.TextFull Size
SB 2026Latin Rulers of Constantinople, 1204-1261 AD. Large module. IC-XC to left and right of Christ seated facing / MANOVHL.., Emperor standing on left, being crowned by Mary on right. SB 2026, DO IV 6.Text

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SB 2027Latin Rulers of Constantinople, AE trachy, Large module. MP-QV to left and right of Mary, seated facing / Emperor on left and military saint, on right, holding labarum between them, both standing facing. SB 2027.TextFull Size
SB 2036Latin Rulers of Constantinople. 1204-1261. Billon Trachy. Facing bust of Christ, holding Gospels and raising right hand / Archangel Michael standing facing, holding cross on globe. DOC 16; SB 2036.Text

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SB 2038Latin Rulers of Constantinople, 1204-1261 AD, reduced AE trachy. Christ enthroned facing / MP-theta V, bust of Mary facing, both hands raised. SB 2038.TextFull Size
SB 2043Latin Rulers of Constantinople (1204-1261 AD), reduced AE aspron trachy (scyphate), type W. I C N K in the four angles of a cross on a base / Emperor, full length figure, standing, holding spear and cross on globe. SB 2043, scarce, large module; DO IV 23.2.TextFull Size
SB 2044Latin Rulers of Constantinople, Reduced Trachy. MP-theta V to left and right of Mary, seated facing / Emperor standing facing, holding labarum. SB 2044, small module.TextFull Size
SB 2046Latin Rulers of Constantinople, small module AE trachy. MP-theta V to left and right of Mary, seated facing / MANVHL DECPOTH, Emperor seated facing. SB 2046.TextFull Size
SB 2054Latin Rulers of Constantinople. 1204-1261. AE small module Trachy. I C N K in the four angles of a cross on a base / Emperor, full length figure, standing, holding long spear and cross on globe. SB 2054.TextFull Size
SB 2055Latin Rulers of Thessalonica. 1204-1264 AD. AE large module Trachy. IC-XC to left and right of Christ seated facing / Emperor, crowned and wearing loros, half-length figure standing, holding cross-tipped sceptre and cross on globe. SB 2055; DOC IV 24.TextFull Size
SB 2056Latin Rulers of Thessalonica. AE large module trachy. Christ, nimbate, bust facing / ..L DECPO.., Emperor, crowned and wearing loros, standing facing, holding cross on globe and cross-tipped sceptre. SB 2056.TextFull Size
SB 2057Latin Rulers of Thessalonica. 1204-1224. AE Large module Trachy. IC-XC to left and right, Christ seated facing / St. Helena and St. Constantine standing facing, each holding sceptre, holding patriarchal cross between them. DOC 35; SB 2057.TextFull Size
SB 2058Latin rulers of Thessalonica, 1204-1224 AD. AE Small module half tetarteron. MP-theta V to left and right of Mary nimbate, bust facing / Leaved patriarchal cross. DOC IV 27; SB 2058.TextFull Size
THEODORE I (Empire of Nicaea)
SB 2061Theodore I, Bi Trachy, Nicaea mint, 1208-1222 AD. MHP-Q V to left and right of Mary, nimbate, seated facing, holding before her the nimbate head of infant Christ / QEODWROC O QEODWROC, Theodore, crowned and wearing loros, holding labarum, standing facing on left, and St. Theodore, in military dress, on right, holding spear, both holding patriarchal cross between them. SB 2061, DOC IV, 5.TextFull Size
SB 2062Empire Of Nicaea. Theodore I Comnenus-Lascaris (1208-1222). Billon Trachy. IC-XC. Christ, bearded and nimbate, seated facing, holding book of gospels / DECPOTHC KOMNHNOC O LACKAPHC or partial, Theodore, crowned, full length figure standing facing, wearing loros, holding cross-headed sceptre and akakia. SB 2062; Ashmolean 163.Text

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SB 2063Theodore I, Empire of Nicaea, AR trachy, Nicaea mint, 1208 AD. QEOWDOC downwards to left, MHP QV downwards to right, St. Theodore, nimbate, standing facing on the left, hands raised and Mary, nimbate, standing slightly to left, hands raised, on the right, uncertain dotted shield-like object between them, hand of god above / QEODOROC DECPOCTH (or similar) to left, Theodore standing facing on the left, holding labarum-headed sceptre and patriarchal cross on base and two steps, being crowned by Christ, nimbate, standing on the right, and holding book of Gospels in his left; IC-XC to left and right of Christ’s head. DOC 1.2 (this coin). PP 1974, 1 (this coin). SB 2063.TextFull Size
SB 2064Empire Of Nicaea. Theodore I, Comnenus-Lascaris. 1208-1222. AR Trachy, 4.12 gm. Magnesia mint. IC-XC across fields, Christ, nimbate, seated facing on throne, raising right hand and holding book of Gospels in left, dots on Gospels, poppy-like decoration on the arms of the throne / QEODWPOC DEC P T O QEODWPOC, standing facing figures of Theodore, crowned and wearing loros, and St. Theodore, in military dress, both holding sword and staff surmounted by eight-pointed star. Bendall and Sellwood H/c1; DOC IV 2.3; SB 2064.Text

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SB 2065Empire of Nicaea. Theodore I. AR trachy, 1208-1222 AD. Magnesia mint. No legend, Christ, standing facing, right hand raised, star to right / No legend, Theodore and St. Theodore, standing facing, holding star on staff between them. SB 2065.TextFull Size
SB 2066Empire of Nicaea, Theodore I Comnenus-Lascaris (1208-1221). AR trachy, Magnesia mint, 1212-1221 AD. 4.17 gr. IC-XC to left and right, O MC EMMA D L N HL down the fields, bust of Christ Emmanuel, nimbate facing, holding scroll QEODWROC, Theodore, crowned with cross above, wearing loros and divitision, standing facing on left, holding sword, and St. Theodore, bearded and nimbate, in military dress, standing on right, holding between them a patriarchal cross on long shaft on base of three steps. DOC 4; Sear 2066.TextFull Size
SB 2067Empire Of Nicaea. Theodore I Comnenus-Lascaris. 1208-1222. Billon Trachy (33mm, 3.57 g). Magnesia mint. IC-XC to left and right of Christ standing facing, cross to left and right / Theodore and St. Theodore standing facing, holding a labarum between them. DOC IV 7; SB 2067.TextFull Size
SB 2068Theodore I,AE 25mm trachy, 3.58 gr. 1204-1222 AD. Christ, unbearded bust facing / Theodore and St. Theodore standing facing, holding patriarchal cross on steps between them. Sear Byz 2068, Hendy 31 8-9.TextFull Size
SB 2070Empire of Nicaea. billon Trachy, 4.17 g, Magnesia, 1212-1221 AD. Beardless bust of Christ facing / DEPT to right, Theodore standing facing, holding labarum-headed sceptre and cross on globe. DOC 10.1 (this coin). PP 1974, 2 (this coin). SB 2070.TextFull Size
JOHN III
SB 2072John III Ducas-Vatatzes, AV hyperpyron. Magnesia mint. Nimbate Christ enthroned facing, raising right hand / Half-length figures of John III on left and Mary on right, holding patriarchal cross between them. SB 2072.TextFull Size
SB 2073John III AV Hyperpyron. Magnesia mint. IC-XC, Christ enthroned facing, nimbate and raising hand, no fieldmark / Emperor standing facing, holding long cross and being crowned by Mary to right.TextFull Size
SB 2073, crescentJohn III AV Hyperpyron. Magnesia mint. IC-XC, Christ enthroned facing, nimbate and raising hand, crescent to right / Emperor standing facing, holding labarum and being crowned by Mary to right. SB 2073; DOC IV 10b.TextFull Size
SB 2073, starJohn III AV Hyperpyron. Magnesia mint. IC-XC, Christ enthroned facing, nimbate and raising hand, dot to left, star to right / Emperor standing facing, holding labarum and being crowned by Mary to right. SB 2073; DOC IV 8b.TextFull Size
SB 2073, dotJohn III AV Hyperpyron. Magnesia mint. IC-XC, Christ enthroned facing, nimbate and raising hand, dot to right / Emperor standing facing, holding labarum and being crowned by Mary to right. SB 2073; DOC IV 6b.1.TextFull Size
SB 2073, MJohn III AV Hyperpyron. Magnesia mint. IC-XC, Christ enthroned facing, nimbate and raising hand, dot to left, M-like letter to right / Emperor standing facing, holding labarum and being crowned by Mary to right. SB 2073; DOC IV 15c.TextFull Size
SB 2073, oJohn III AV Hyperpyron. Magnesia mint. IC-XC, Christ enthroned facing, nimbate and raising hand, o to right / Emperor standing facing, holding labarum and being crowned by Mary to right. SB 2073; DOC IV 13d var (o to left).TextFull Size
SB 2073, petalJohn III AV Hyperpyron. Magnesia mint. IC-XC, Christ enthroned facing, nimbate and raising hand, petal-like on o symbol to right / Emperor standing facing, holding long cross and being crowned by Mary to right. SB 2073; DOC IV 12.TextFull Size
SB 2073, thetaJohn III AV Hyperpyron. Magnesia mint. IC-XC, Christ enthroned facing, nimbate and raising hand, theta to right / Emperor standing facing, holding long cross and being crowned by Mary to right. SB 2073; DOC IV 13a var (theta to left).TextFull Size
SB 2073, lamdaJohn III AV Hyperpyron. Magnesia mint. IC-XC, Christ enthroned facing, nimbate and raising hand, theta to right / Emperor standing facing, holding long cross and being crowned by Mary to right. SB 2073; DOC IV 13a var (theta to left).TextFull Size
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John III AV Hyperpyron. Magnesia mint. IC-XC, Christ enthroned facing, nimbate and raising hand, cross to right formed by four dots / Emperor standing facing, holding long cross and being crowned by Mary to right. SB 2073; DOC IV 13a var (theta to left).TextFull Size
SB 2076John III. Magnesia. AR Trachy. Christ seated facing / John on the left and St. Theodore on the right, standing facing, holding star on staff between them. Sear 2076.TextFull Size
SB 2077John III, Ducas-Vatatzes. AR Aspron trachy. Magnesia, 1232-1254 AD. IC-XC EMMA-NOVH across fields, nimbate bust of Christ Emmanuel facing, raising right hand in benediction / DA.., John standing facing on left, St. Theodore standing facing on right, each holding sheathed sword and holding patriarchal cross on steps between them; from legend visible over the saint's left shoulder. DO 23; SB 2077.TextFull Size
SB 2080John III Ducas Vatatzes (AD 1222-1254) Silver Aspron Trachy. Magnesia mint. Facing bust of Christ Emmanuel, beardless and nimbate, holding Gospels in left hand / Iw DECPOTHC O DuKAC, emperor standing facing, in stemma, divitision, jeweled loros and sagion, holding labarum-headed sceptre in right hand, anexikakia in left, Hand of God in upper right field. SB 2080.TextFull Size
SB 2081John III Ducas-Vatatzes AR Trachy. Magnesia mint. Archangel Michael, nimbate, standing facing, holding trilobe sceptre and cross on globe / IW [...] O D_KAC, John, crowned, standing facing, wearing loros, holding labarum-headed sceptre and patriarchal cross. SB 2081; DOC IV 27.TextFull Size
SB 2083John III, Empire of Nicaea, AR trachy, Magnesia mint, 1221-1254 AD. Christ, nimbate, standing facing on dais between eight-rayed stars / John and St. Theodore standing facing, holding patriarchal cross on globe between them. DOC 29 (this coin); SB 2083.TextFull Size
SB 2091John III Ducas Vatatzes (1221-54), Billon Aspron Trachy, Magnesia. Full-length figure of St George facing / Emperor standing on left, crowned by Christ. DOC 35; SB 2091.TextFull Size
SB 2092John III Ducas Vatatzes, 1222-1254 AD. Billon trachy, Magnesia. IC-XC and crosses to left and right of full length facing figure of Christ / MP-QOV, John and Mary standing facing, holding patriarchal cross between them. SB 2092, DO IV XXXII/38.TextFull Size
SB 2093John III Ducas Vatatzes, 1222-1254 AD. Billon trachy, Magnesia. IC - XC EMMA-NOUEL to left and right of bust of Christ Emmanuel facing / IW DECPO DOUK, John, holding labarum, on left and St. Constantine on right, both standing facing, holding cross-headed sceptre, holding patriarchal cross between them. SB 2093.TextFull Size
SB 2095John III, Billon trachy. Magnesia mint, 1222-1254 AD. MHP-theta V to left and right of Mary, nimbate, seated facing on throne with back / IW DECPOTHC O DVCAK across fields, John, standing, holding labarum-headed sceptre and globe. SB 2095.Text

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SB 2097John III Ducas-Vatatzes Billon aspron trachy. Magnesia mint. MHP-QV, Mary, seated facing / IW DEZ POTH C O DV CAK, John, standing, holding akakia and labarum-headed sceptre. SB 2097.TextFull Size
SB 2099John III, AE or billon trachy. Magnesia mint. 1222-1254 AD. St. Demetrius, standing facing / IW DECPOTH O DVCAK, John, seated facing, holding sceptre and globe. SB 2099.TextFull Size
SB 2102John III, billon Trachy, 4.03 g, Magnesia, 1221-1254 AD. Mary, three-quarter length figure facing, both hands raised / John and St. Theodore standing facing, holding sheathed sword on shield between them. DOC 48a (this coin); SB 2102.TextFull Size
SB 2108John III, 1221-1254 AD, AE-Billon trachy, Magnesia mint, 2.62 gr. Partial legend, St. George, standing facing, retrograde B to right / IW DECPOTH O DVCAK, John, seated facing, hand resting on sword across his knees. SB 2108; DOC 54.TextFull Size
SB 2115John III Ducas Vatatzes, 1222-1254 AD, Tetarteron Nummi, Magnesia. Head of cherub with four wings, facing / IW DECPOTH O DVCAK, Emperor standing facing, holding labarum and globe. DOC 57; Sear 2115.TextFull Size
SB 2116John III, Ducas-Vatatzes. 1222-1254 AD. AE Tetarteron. 18mm. Magnesia mint. Nimbate bust of St. George facing, holding spear and shield / John standing facing, holding labarum and akakia. DOC IV 58; SB 2116.TextFull Size
SB 2116Empire Of Nicaea. John III, Ducas-Vatatzes. 1222-1254 AD. AE Tetarteron. Magnesia mint. Q-GIO, Nimbate bust of St. George facing, holding spear and shield / IW DECPOTH O DUCAK across and down fields, Emperor standing facing, holding labarum and akakia. DOC IV 58; SB 2116.TextFull Size
SB 2117John III, AE Tetarteron, Magnesia mint, 1222-1254 AD. No legend, John, half length figure, standing facing, holding sceptre and patriarchal cross on globe / Cross within crescent. SB 2117.TextFull Size
SB 2119John III, AE tetarteron, Magnesia mint, 1222-1254 AD. Mary, nimbate, standing three quarters to right, head facing, both hands raised / John, standing, holding labarum-headed sceptre and patriarchal cross. SB 2119.TextFull Size
SB 2128John III, Ducas-Vatatzes ( 1222-1254 ) Billon Aspron Trachy, Thessalonica. 30mm, 2.95 gr. MHP-Q V to left and right of Mary, nimbate, seated facing / DECPOTH O DMHTRIOC, John, on left and St. Demetrius, standing facing, holding patriarchal cross between them. SB 2128; DOC 8.TextFull Size
SB 2130John III Ducas Vatatzes, 1222-1254 AD. Billon trachy, Thessalonica. MHP-Q V to left and right of Mary, nimbate, standing, both hands raised / IW DECPOTH O DMHTRIOC, John, on left and St. Demetrius on right, half-length figures standing, holding labarum between them. SB 2130. DOC pl. 45, 10.TextFull Size
THEODORE II
SB 2136, ATheodore II Ducas-Lascaris. 1254-1258. AV Hyperpyron. Magnesia mint. Dated year 1 (1254-1255). Christ enthroned facing; A in right field / Theodore standing facing, holding labarum and anexikakia, being crowned by Mary on the right. DOC 4-II, 1a; SB 2136.TextFull Size
SB 2136, BTheodore II Ducas-Lascaris. 1254-1258. AV Hyperpyron. Magnesia mint. Dated year 2. Christ enthroned facing, B to right / Theodore standing facing, holding labarum and anexikakia, being crowned by Mary on the right. DOC 4-II, 2a; SB 2136.TextFull Size
SB 2136, gammaTheodore II Ducas-Lascaris. 1254-1258. AV Hyperpyron. Magnesia mint. Dated year 3. Christ enthroned facing, gamma to left and right / Theodore standing facing, holding labarum and anexikakia, being crowned by Mary on the right. DOC 4-II, 1a; SB 2136.TextFull Size
SB 2136, crossTheodore II Ducas-Lascaris. 1254-1258. EL trachy. Magnesia mint. Christ enthroned facing, cross to left and right / Theodore standing facing, holding labarum and anexikakia, being crowned by Mary on the right. cf SB 2136; DOC pl. 35, 1-2.TextFull Size
SB 2137Theodore II Ducas-Lascaris. 1254-1258. AR trachy, Magnesia mint. Year A = 1254-1255 AD. IC-XL to left and right of Christ, nimbate, standing facing, A in right field / QEODWROC O LACKARIC O LGIOC DHMHTRIOC in five lines across fields, full length figures of Theodore, holding cross on globe, and St. Demetrius, holding spear over shoulder, together holding a long patriarchal cross between them. SB 2137; DOC 5.TextFull Size
SB 2138Theodore II Ducas-Lascaris. 1254-1258. AR Aspron Trachy, Magnesia, 1255-1256 AD. A in circle at top left, TRV-FW across fields, partly in monogram form, St. Tryphon, nimbate, standing facing, holding cross in right hand; fleur de lis to left and right / Theodore standing facing, holding labarum-tipped sceptre in his right hand and patriarchal cross on globe in left. DOC 6.3 (this coin). SB 2138.TextFull Size
SB 2139Theodore II Ducas-Lascaris. 1254-1258. AR Trachy. Magnesia, 1256/1257. IC-XC to upper left and right, Christ, bearded and nimbate, seated facing on throne without back, holding Gospels in left hand and raising right hand, retrograde G-G to left and right / QEODWROC DECPOTH DOVKAC O LACKARIC O AGIOC TRVFWN (or similar) in several lines across fields, full length figures of Theodore, holding globed sceptre, and St. Tryphon, together holding a labarum on a long shaft, at the base of which is a fleur de lys. DOC 7; SB 2139.TextFull Size
SB 2141Theodore II Ducas-Lascaris. 1254-1258. AE Trachy. Magnesia mint. IC-XC to left and right of standing figure of Christ, B-retrograde B across fields / QEODOPOC AVKAC O LACKAPIC, Theodore, on left, holding sceptre and cross on globe, being crowned by Mary on right. DOC IV 9; SB 2141.TextFull Size
SB 2142Theodore II Ducas-Lascaris. 1254-1258. AE Trachy. Magnesia mint. A in circle over TP monogram V to left, FI monogram to right, full-length figure of St. Tryphon standing facing, holding cross in right hand / QEODWROC DECPOTHC DOVKAC O LACKARIC in several lines across fields, Theodore, full-length figure standing facing, holding labarum-headed sceptre and cross on globe; hand of God at upper right. DOC IV 10; SB 2142.Text

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SB 2143Theodore II Ducas-Lascaris. 1254-1258. AE Trachy. Magnesia mint. O AGIOC QEODWROC in several lines across fields, Theodore, full-length figure standing facing, holding spear and resting left hand on shield / QEODWROC DECPOTHC OLACKARIC or ODOVKAC in several lines across fields, Theodore, full-length figure standing facing, holding labarum and patriarchal cross on globe. DOC 11. SB 2143TextFull Size
SB 2144Theodore II Ducas-Lascaris (now attributed to John III, 1221-1254 AD). AE Trachy. 25mm. Magnesia mint. nimbate bust of Christ facing / QEODOPOC AVKAC O LACKAPIC in several lines across fields, Theodore, crowned, wearing loros, standing on left and St. Theodore in military dress, on right, holding fleur de lis on staff between them. DOC 12. SB 2144.Text

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SB 2145Theodore II Ducas-Lascaris. 1254-1258 AD. AE Tetarteron, 2.28 gr. Magnesia mint. Large fleur-de-lis; dot in each quarter / Theodore, wearing loros, standing facing, holding labarum and akakia. DOC IV 13a; SB 2145.TextFull Size
SB 2147Theodore II, 1254-1258. AE trachy. Thessalonica. Large cross with floriate ends / QEODOPOC AVKAC O LACKAPIC, in several lines across fields, Theodore, on left and St. Demetrius, on right, both standing facing, holding castle between them, star above. SB 2147; DOC plate XLVI, 1.TextFull Size
UNCERTAIN COINAGE OF NICAEA
SB 2148Empire of Nicaea, uncertain emperor. AR Aspron Trachy. ca. 1221-1254 AD. Magnesia. MHP-QV to left and right of full-length figure of Mary standing facing, both hands raised / IC-XC OXAQ-KHTHC across fields, full-length figure of Christ Chalcites, bearded and nimbate, standing facing, holding book of Gospels. SB 2148; DOC 1.TextFull Size
SB 2150Empire of Nicaea, uncertain emperor. Billon Trachy. Magnesia mint, ca. 1227-1261 AD. GE-GI RW-OS across fields, standing figure of St. George facing, nimbate and in armour, holding spear in his right hand and resting left hand on shield / IC-XC, XAL KHTHC, Christ Chalcites, nimbate, standing facing, holding book of Gospels in left hand and raising right hand, star at lower left. DOC 2; SB 2150.TextFull Size
SB 2151Empire of Nicaea, Uncertain. AE Tetarteron, Magnesia, 1227-1261. Large B between three dots to left and right / Emperor seated facing, holding sceptre and akakia. DOC 3; SB 2151.TextFull Size
SB 2152Empire of Nicaea, uncertain ruler, AE tetarteron. Ornate, interlaced cross formed by two loops, decorated with dots / Emperor standing facing, wearing stemma, divitision and chlamys, holding uncertain object. SB 2152; DOC 4.TextFull Size
SB 2153Empire of Nicaea, uncertain emperor. AE tetarteron. IC-XC above, N-K below in two lines across fields, patriarchal cross on Pi-shaped base / IC OXAL to left, XHT to right, Emperor standing facing, wearing stemma, divitision and chlamys, holding gospels. Sear 2153; DOC 5.TextFull Size
SB 2154Empire of Nicaea, uncertain emperor. AE tetarteron. MP-QV, Mary, standing facing, hands raised / Cross with crescents on each end. SB 2154; DOC 6.TextFull Size
SB 2155Empire of Nicaea, uncertain emperor. AE Tetarteron. IC-XC to left and right of jewelled cross / B and retrograde B. SB 2155; DOC 7.TextFull Size
SB 2157Empire of Nicaea, uncertain emperor. AE Tetarteron. Cross, floriated, on base of flowers and leaves / St. Theodore, half length figure standing, holding sword and resting hand on shield. SB 2157; DOC 9.TextFull Size
THEODORE COMNENUS DUCAS of THESSALONICA
SB 2158Empire of Thessalonica. Theodore Comnenus Ducas. 1224-1230 AD. AR Aspron Trachy, 1.10 gr. IC-XC, Christ enthroned facing / QEODWROC DOUK A OAGIOC DIMITRIOC, Theodore on left and St. Demetrius at right, standing facing, holding cross in circle on staff between them; four dots below. SB 2158; DOC 1.TextFull Size
SB 2159Empire of Thessalonica. Theodore Comnenus Ducas. 1224-1230 AD. AR Aspron Trachy,MHP-QV H AGIOCQPHTHCA to left and right of Mary, standing facing, hands raised / QEODWROC DECPO OLGIOC DIMITRIOC, Theodore, on left and St. Demetrius, on right, holding castle between them. SB 2159; DOC 2.TextFull Size
SB 2160Empire of Thessalonica. Theodore Comnenus Ducas. 1224-1230 AD. AR Aspron Trachy,MHP-QV to left and right of Mary, seated facing / IC-XC QEODWROC DOUKAC, Theodore, standing on left being crowned by Christ standing on right. SB 2160; DOC 3.TextFull Size
SB 2161Theodore Comnenus-Ducas. Empire of Thessalonica, 1225-1230 AD. Billon Trachy, 31mm. IC-XC O EMMANOUHL to left and right of facing bust of Christ Emmanuel / QEODOPOC DOUK OLGIOC DIMIT, Theodore, standing on left, holding scroll, and St. Demetrius, standing facing on right, holding sword, holding staff surmounted by cross-in-circle between them. DOC 4; SB 2161.TextFull Size
SB 2162Theodore Commenus-Ducas of Thessalonica. Billion trachy, 26mm. IC-XC to left and right of Christ seated facing / QEODOPOC DECPOT OAGIOC DIMITRI, Theodore on left, holding cross-tipped sceptre and anexikakia, being crowned by St. Demetrius on right, holding sheathed sword, both standing. Sear 2162.TextFull Size
SB 2164Empire of Thessalonica. Theodore Comnenus Ducas. 1224-1230 AD. AE Trachy, IC-XC, Christ seated facing / QEODWROC DOUK A OAGIOC DIMITRIOC, Theodore on left and St. Demetrius at right, standing facing, holding cross in circle on staff between them; four dots below. SB 2164; DOC 6.TextFull Size
SB 2165Theodore Comnenus-Ducas. Empire of Thessalonica, 1225-1230. Billon Trachy, 33mm. Thessalonica mint. IC-XC to left and right, Christ Pantokrator seated facing / QEODOPOC DOUVK X M, Theodore, on left, and Archangel Michael on right, holding castle with three towers between them, hand of god above. DOC 7; SB 2165 corrected.Text

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SB 2166Theodore Comnenus-Ducas. AE trachy, Thessalonica. MHP-QV to left and right of Mary, half-length figure, standing, both hands raised / QEODWROC DOV, Theodore standing on left, holding cross-tipped sceptre, being crowned by Christ, on right, holding gospels. Sometimes star to right. DOC 8; SB 2166.TextFull Size
SB 2167Theodore Comnenus-Ducas. Empire of Thessalonica, 1225-1230. Bi Trachy 30mm. Thessalonica mint. O AGIOC DHMRITRIOC, St. Demetrius seated, holding hilt of sword and sheath horizontally across knees / MHP-QV QEODOROC DEC, Theodore, half-length figure on left, holding cross-tipped sceptre, and Mary, half-length figure on right, holding patriarchal cross on small globe between them, hand of god above. DOC 9; SB 2167.TextFull Size
SB 2168Theodore Comnenus-Ducas, empire of Thessalonica. AE Trachy. 1224-1230 AD. IC-XC EMMANOVHA to left and right of bust of Christ, holding scroll, star to left and right / QEODOPOC DECPOTHC KOMNHNOC O DOVKAC, Theodore, standing, wearing loros, holding labarum-headed sceptre and single or double-barred cross on globe, hand of god above. DOC 10; SB 2168.TextFull Size
SB 2169Theodore Comnenus-Ducas, empire of Thessalonica. AE Tetarteron. 1224-1230 AD. 3.96g. QEODOPOC EN XW TW QW PICTOC BACILEVC LAI AVTOKRATWR RWMAIWN O DOVKAC, in seven lines / QEODWROC DECPOT AGHOC DHMITROC, Cross potent on globe on three steps between facing half-length figures of Theodore, wearing loros and holding akakia on left, and St. Demetrius, in military attire and holding sword and shield, on right. DOC 11 (this coin); SB 2169.TextFull Size
SB 2170Theodore Comnenus-Ducas. Empire of Thessalonica, 1225-1230. AE tetarteron, 24mm. Thessalonica mint. QEO DOPOC DECPOTHC O DOVKAC, legend in five lines / QEODWROC DOKAC OAGIOC DHMITR, Cross potent on globe (halfway down the shaft) on three steps between facing half-length figures of Theodore, wearing loros and holding akakia on left, and St. Demetrius, in military attire and holding sword and shield, on right. DOC 12; SB 2170.TextFull Size
SB 2172Theodore Comnenus-Ducas, Empire of Thessalonica. 1224-1230 AD, Half Tetarteron. O AGHOC DHMTR in several lines to left and right of St. Demetrius, half-length figure, standing, holding spear over shoulder, resting left hand on shield / QEODWROC KOMNHNOC, Theodore standing facing, holding sceptre and globe. SB 2172; DOC 14.TextFull Size
SB 2173Theodore Comnenus-Ducas, Empire of Thessalonica. 1224-1230 AD, Half Tetarteron. O AGHOC DHMTR in several lines to left and right of St. Demetrius, half-length figure, standing, holding spear over shoulder, resting left hand on shield / QEODWROC ODOKAC, Theodore standing facing, holding labarum and globe. SB 2173; DOC 15.TextFull Size
MANUEL of THESSALONICA
SB 2174Manuel I Comnenus Ducas. Empire Of Thessalonica. EL aspron trachy, 2.93 gr. Thessalonica, ca. 1234-1235 AD. IC-XC to left and right of bust of Christ facing, bearded and nimbate, raising right hand in benediction and holding book of Gospels in left / MHP-QV MANVHL.., full-length figure of Manuel standing facing on left, holding labarum-headed sceptre and anexekakia, being crowned by Mary standing on right. DO 1. Sear 2174.TextFull Size
SB 2175Manuel Comnenus-Ducas, Empire of Thessalonica, 1230-1237 AD. AR Aspron trachy, 3.02 g, Thessalonica. MHP-QV to left and right of Mary, nimbate, seated facing, holding the nimbate head of Christ, fleur de lis to left and right / MANOVHL DECP X AR or XM in fields to left and right of standing facing figures of Manuel, on left, and the archangel Michael, nimbate, on right holding long sheathed sword between them. DOC 2.2 (this coin). SB 2175.TextFull Size
SB 2177Manuel Comemnus-Ducas, Thessalonica, Billion trachy. DHMTRI AGHIOC, St. Demetrius half-length bust facing, holding spear and hilt of sword / MANVHL DECPOTIC, Manuel, full length figure, standing on left, holding cross-tipped sceptre, being crowned by Christ on right. Sear 2177.Text

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SB 2178Manuel Comnenus-Ducas, Empire of Thessalonica, 1230-1237 AD. Bi. Trachy. 2.90 gr, Thessalonica. MHP-Q V to left and right of Mary, seated, both hands raised / MANVHL DECPOTIC MIXAHL, Manuel standing on left, and Archangel Michael on right, holding labarum between them. DOC 4a; SB 2178.TextFull Size
SB 2179Manuel Comnenus-Ducas, Thessalonica, AE trachy. 21mm. MHP-theta V to left and right, star on each side of Mary, bust facing, both hands raised / MANVHL DECPOTIC O DEMHTRIOC, Manuel standing left receiving patriarchal cross on globe from St. Demetrius on right. Sear 2179; Hendy 39.6; DO 5.TextFull Size
SB 2180Manuel Comnenus-Ducas of Thessalonica, 1230-1237 AD. Billon aspron Trachy. Thessalonica. 2.97 gr. X over AP-X over M (AP ligate) to left and right of half-length bust facing of Archangel Michael, nimbate, holding sword over shoulder in right hand and sheath in left / MANVHL DECP.., Manuel, standing on left, holding palm-frond, and St. Constantine, standing on right with forked beard; holding patriarchal cross on long shaft with base on three steps between them. DOC 6.3 (this coin); Sear 2180.TextFull Size
SB 2181Manuel Comnenus-Ducas of Thessalonica, AE trachy. 1230-1237 AD. IC-XC to left and right of Christ, bust facing, holding scroll / MANVHL DECPOTIC O KWNST, Manuel standing facing on left, being crowned by St. Constantine on right. SB 2181.TextFull Size
SB 2182Manuel Comnenus-Ducas of Thessalonica, 1230-1237 AD. Billon Trachy. Thessalonica. 1.91 gr. Bust of St. Theodore facing, bearded and nimbate, wearing chiton / MANVHL DECP OGLIOC, Manuel, half-length facing figure, wearing loros over divitision, right hand on breast, facing, and St. Demetrius, nimbate, half-length facing figure, wearing breastplate and sagion. Cloud with star in upper center, from which extends the hand of God crowning the emperor. DOC 8; Sear 2182.Text

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SB 2183Manuel Comnenus-Ducas of Thessalonica, 1230-1237 AD. Aspron Trachy. Thessalonica. 2.97 gr. X over AP, X over M across fields, Archangel Michael, nimbate, standing facing in military dress, unsheathing sword / MANHL DECP POLIC QECCALNI O AGIOC DIMITRIOC, Manuel, holding labarum-headed sceptre, and St. Demetrius, nimbate, holding sword over shoulder seated facing, holding a model of the city of Thessalonica between them. DOC 9; Sear 2183.TextFull Size
SB 2184Manuel Comnenus-Ducas, AE small trachy, 13mm, 0.73gm. 1230-1237 AD. Bust of St. Demetrius facing / Manuel on the left and Archangel Michael on the right, standing facing, holding labarum between them. SB 2184.TextFull Size
SB 2185Manuel Comnenus-Ducas, 1230-1237 AD. Small Module trachy. MHP-theta V to left and right, star on each side of Mary, bust facing, both hands raised / MANVHL DECPOTIC O DEMHTRIOC, Manuel standing on left receiving patriarchal cross on globe from St. Demetrius on right. Sear 2185.TextFull Size
JOHN COMNENUS-DUCAS of THESSALONICA
SB 2188John Comnenus-Ducas Empire of Thessalonica, 1237-1242. Billon-Aspron Trachy. 2.9 gr. G-D Q-QEO to left and right of St. Theodore standing, holding spear and resting hand on shield, fleur de lis to left and right / IWANHC DCPT O DE.., John on left, no beard, standing facing, holding labarum-headed sceptre, being crowned by St. Demetrius on right, holding sword, point downwards. Star in upper centre. DOC IV-2, 2; Sear 2188 corrected (obv. description).TextFull Size
SB 2189John Comnenus-Ducas Empire of Thessalonica, 1237-1242. Billon Aspron Trachy. 25-28 mm. MHP-theta V to left and right of Mary, nimbate, seated facing / IWANNIC, John, no beard, standing facing, holding labarum and globe. SB 2189.TextFull Size
SB 2190 varJohn Comnenus-Ducas. As emperor of Thessalonica, 1237-1242. AE Trachy 15mm, 0.64 g. Thessalonica mint. IC-XC to left and right, bust of Christ Pantokrator facing / IWANNIC, John, no beard, on left, and St. Demetrius on right, busts facing, holding patriarchal cross between them. SB 2190 var (module size; DOC 4 var (ditto).TextFull Size
SB 2194The Empire of Thessalonica, billon Trachy, 1.38 g), Thessalonica, 1255-1256 AD. Eagle with wings spread, head left / IWANNIC..DIM, John, no beard, on left, and St. Demetrius on right, holding spear, both half length figures standing, holding patriarchal cross on three steps between them. DOC 8. SB 2194.TextFull Size
SB 2199John Comnenus-Ducas Empire of Thessalonica, 1237-1242. AE Trachy. DHMHTRIO in several lines across fields, St. Demetrius seated facing, sword on his knees / IWNNIC DEC...(MITROC QL), John, no beard, standing on left and Mary, on right, holding cross in circle on staff between them. DOC 14; Sear 2199.TextFull Size
SB 2200John Comnenus-Ducas. Empire of Thessalonica, 1237-1242. AE Trachy, small module, 18mm, 0.85 g. Thessalonica mint. St. Demetrius standing facing / OLGIOC D.., John, no beard, on left, being crowned by St. Demetrius on right. DOC 15; SB 2200.TextFull Size
SB 2201John Comnenus-Ducas Empire of Thessalonica, 1237-1242. Aspron trachy, Thessalonica 1237-1242, billon 2.54 g. MHP-QV, Mary seated facing / IWANNIC DECPOTI.., John, no beard, standing facing, holding labarum and globe. DO 16. Sear 2201.TextFull Size
SB 2202John Comenus-Ducas, Kingdom of Thessalonica. AE 16mm small module Trachy. 1237-1244 AD. QEWD or similar, across fields, St. Theodore, bearded, half length figure standing, holding sword over shoulder and sheath in left hand / IW DECPOQ DHMHT, John, no beard, on left, St. Demetrius on right, both half length figures standing, holding cross in circle above triangle on staff between them, John with left hand, Demetrius with both hands. SB 2202; DOC 17.TextFull Size
SB 2203John Comnenus-Ducas Empire of Thessalonica, 1237-1242. AE trachy, small module. Cross in circle above a triangle on a long shaft between spread wings. On each wing, beneath the forepart, a human head / John, no beard, standing on left, holding sceptre on globe, being crowned by St Nicholas, bearded, on right, holding gospels. SB 2203; DOC 18.TextFull Size
SB 2205John Comnenus-Ducas Empire of Thessalonica, 1237-1242. Trachy, small module, under 20mm. Eagle with wings spread, head left / John, no beard, on left, and St. Demetrius on right, holding spear, both half length figures standing, holding patriarchal cross on three steps between them. SB 2205.TextFull Size
SB 2208John Comenus-Ducas, Kingdom of Thessalonica. AE 17mm small module trachy, 1237-1244 AD. IC-XC to left and right of Christ, bust facing / IW.., John, no beard, half length figure, standing, holding labarum-headed sceptre and akakia. SB 2208; DOC 23.TextFull Size
SB 2210John Comnenus-Ducas Empire of Thessalonica, 1237-1242. Aspron trachy, Thessalonica, 0.74 g. Winged and nimbate facing head of cherub / IW-OLG, John, no beard, on left, and St. Demetrius on right, holding sword over shoulder, both standing facing, holding sheathed sword between them, point downwards (may be a cross with a small globe on top). DO 25a. Sear 2210. LBC 401.TextFull Size
SB 2213John Comnenus-Ducas. Empire of Thessalonica. 1237-1242. BI Trachy 22mm, 1.36 g. Thessalonica mint. IC-XC NI-KA to left and right of patriarchal cross / John and St. Demetrius standing facing, holding model castle with two towers between them. DOC 27a; SB 2213.TextFull Size
SB 2214John Comnenus-Ducas Empire of Thessalonica, 1237-1242. Aspron trachy, Thessalonica 1137-1242, billon 1.42 g. MHP-QV, Mary seated facing / DECPOTHC IWANNHC, John, no beard, standing, holding labarum-headed sceptre and akakia; hand of god above. DOC 28; Sear 2214.TextFull Size
SB 2217John Comnenus-Ducas Empire of Thessalonica, 1237-1242. Billion trachy, 1.71g, Thessalonica. Outstretched wing / IW, Half-length figure of John standing facing, holding long cross and large standard with two crosses in circles on the banner. DOC 31; Sear 2217.TextFull Size
SB 2218John Comnenus-Ducas Empire of Thessalonica, 1237-1242. Trachy, small module, 19mm. Large Star / MP-QV, Mary, standing facing, both hands raised, star to left and right. Sear 2218, DOC IV 33.TextFull Size
SB 2219John Comnenus-Ducas Empire of Thessalonica, 1237-1242. Aspron trachy, small module, 0.81 gr. MP over star-QV over star to left and right of Mary Theotokos, nimbate, bust facing, both hands raised / IW, John, winged, standing, holding labarum-headed sceptre and anexikakia. DOC 34; Sear 2219.TextFull Size
SB 2221John Comnenus-Ducas Empire of Thessalonica, 1237-1242. billion trachy (1.57g), Thessalonica. Cross with dot in each angle within crescent-shaped ornament / IW B, John, half-length figure standing facing beneath arch with tower at each corner. DOC 36; Sear 2221.TextFull Size
SB 2222John Comnenus-Ducas Empire of Thessalonica, 1237-1242. billion trachy (1.46g), Thessalonica. Cross with star at each extremity / Crowned busts of John, on left, and St. Demetrius, nimbate, on right, holding between them staff surmounted by large fleur-de-lis. DOC 37; Sear 2222. (This coin provides the obverse description for this type which is uncertain in DOC and Sear).TextFull Size
SB 2222John Comnenus-Ducas Empire of Thessalonica, 1237-1242. Billon Trachy 0.42 gm. Heads of emperor and St. Demetrius under leaves of a fleur de lis / Brockage of obverse. SB 2222. (note: most known examples known are brockages).TextFull Size
SB 2223John Comnenus-Ducas. Empire of Thessalonica, 1237-1242. BI Trachy 22mm, 1.44 g. Thessalonica mint. OLGHOC DHMHTRIOC, St. Demetrius standing facing, holding sword and resting hand on shield / IWANNHC DECPOTHCOK, John standing facing, holding labarum and akakia. DOC 38; SB 2223.TextFull Size
SB 2224John Comnenus-Ducas. Empire of Thessalonica, 1237-1242. AE Half Tetarteron 18mm, 0.97 g. Thessalonica mint. IW D KOMNHNOC O DOVKAC in four lines / IC-XC, Cross potent on two steps. DOC 13; SB 2224.TextFull Size
SB 2225John Comnenus-Ducas, AE trachy. 27mm. 1237-1244 AD, Thessalonica. IC-XC to left and right of Christ, bust facing / no legend, Archangel Michael standing facing, wearing military tunic, holding sceptre and cross on globe. SB 2225.TextFull Size
UNCERTAIN EMPEROR of THESSALONICA
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MICHAEL I ANGELUS of EPIRUS
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THEODORE of EPIRUS
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MANUEL of EPIRUS
SB 2229Manuel Comnenus-Ducas, Despotate of Epirus, AR aspron trachy. 1230-1237 AD. IC-XC QE-NOV MA-HL in three lines to left and right of Christ Emmanuel, bust facing, holding scroll in left hand. MANUHL DECPOT OAG.. Manuel Ducas standing facing on left, holding sword, point downwards and St. Demetrius, unbearded, on right, holding sword, point downwards, holding between them a cross in circle surmounting a triangle on a long shaft. SB 2229; DOC 1.TextFull Size
MICHAEL II of EPIRUS
SB 2233Michael II Angelus, Despotate of Epirus. billon Trachy, 1.59 g, Arta, 1256-1257 AD. Half-length bust of St. Theodore facing / Emperor and St. Demetrius standing facing, holding sword between them; above, hand of god emerging from ornamental crescent containing a star to crown the emperor. Bendall 1996, 3. SB 2233.TextFull Size
SB 2237Despotate of Epirus, John III (emperor 1222-1254) and Michael II Angelus (Despot 1230-1267). AE Aspron Trachy. Arta mint, ca. 1248. 2.22 gr. Stylized representation of city walls, towers and gate / M-I X-O across fields, Michael standing facing on left, holding hand on his breast and akakia, and John on right, holding cross-tipped sceptre and crowning Michael with his right hand. DOC 3; Sear 2237.TextFull Size
MICHAEL VIII
SB 2239Michael VIII Paleologus 1261-1282 AD, AE Aspron Trachy, Magnesia mint. 29 mm. Archangel Michael, standing facing / XM DECPOT O PALEOLOG across fields, Michael, standing facing, holding labarum-headed sceptre and akakia. SB 2239; DOC 114-122; BMC 23.TextFull Size
SB 2241Michael VIII Palaeologus AV Hyperpyron. Magnesia mint, circa 1261. Mary seated facing, holding the nimbate head of the infant Christ; throne back decorated with saltires and dots / Michael standing facing, being presented by St. Michael, who stands behind him, to Christ enthroned left holding scroll.TextFull Size
SB 2242Michael VIII Palaeologus, 1261-1282 AD. AV Hyperpyron (4.18 gm). Bust of Mary, hands raised, within city walls / Archangel Michael presenting Michael, kneeling before Christ, who holds a scroll. DOC V type IIIa; SB 2242.TextFull Size
SB 2243Michael VIII Palaeologus, AV Histamenon Nomisma Scyphate, 1261-1282, Constantinople. 3.22 gr. Mary, bust facing, hands raised, within city walls with six groups of towers, all within double border, five dots in upper left field / Nimbate bust of Archangel Michael behind left, presenting Michael VIII, kneeling half-right, arms extended to Christ, nimbate, seated facing, placing his right hand on Michael’s head and holding book of Gospels. SB 2243.TextFull Size
SB 2244Michael VIII Paleologus 1261-1282 AD, AR Trachy, Constantinople or Magnesia mint. 27mm. IC-XC and retrograde K, Christ, bust facing / Michael on left, kneeling before Christ seated, who holds scroll, and supported by St. Michael behind him. DOC 43; SB 2244.TextFull Size
SB 2245Michael VIII, Palaeologus. AR trachy. Constantinople. MHP-XC (sic), Mary, nimbate, seated facing on high-backed throne, holding head of Christ, A O at lower right on throne / Archangel Michael, on left, presents kneeling emperor to Christ, nimbate and holding scroll, seated facing on low throne to right. DO 30 var. Sear 2245.TextFull Size
SB 2246Michael VIII Palaeologus 1261-1282 AD, AR Trachy, Magnesia mint. 1.69 gm. B-B, Mary seated facing on square-backed throne / Michael VIII on left and Archangel Michael on right, standing facing. SB 2246.TextFull Size
SB 2248Michael VIII Palaeologus1261-1282 AD, AR Trachy, Magnesia mint. 28mm. Archangel Michael standing facing, holding raised sword and shield / Michael on left, holding cross-tipped sceptre, and St. George, on right, both standing facing, holding labarum between them. DOC 26; SB 2248.TextFull Size
SB 2249Michael VIII Paleologus 1261-1282 AD, AR Trachy, Magnesia mint. 26mm. Archangel Michael, half-length figure standing facing / Michael standing on left, being crowned by Christ. SB 2249.TextFull Size
SB 2256Michael VIII Paleologus 1261-1282 AD, AR Trachy, Constantinople mint. 23mm. 2.19 gr. G-G to upper left and right of seraph, wings spread / X MI DECPOTHC-OPALO O downwards to left and right of Michael standing facing, holding sword and akakia. DOC 38 note (this coin); SB 2256 var. (fieldmarks).TextFull Size
SB 2259Michael VIII Paleologus 1261-1282 AD, AE Aspron Trachy, Constantinople mint. 28 mm. K-retrograde K to left and right of Christ, bust facing / XM DECPOT O PALEOLOG across fields, Michael on left, kneeling before Christ seated, who holds scroll, and supported by St. Michael behind him. SB 2259, DOC 46-51; Sommer 77.3.TextFull Size
SB 2260Michael VIII, 1261-1282 AD. AE trachy. Constantinople. MP-theta V to left and right of Mary, seated facing on throne with decorated back / XM DECPOT O PALEOLOG, Michael on left, kneeling before Christ seated, who holds scroll, and supported by St. Michael behind him. SB 2260; Grierson 1340.TextFull Size
SB 2261Michael VIII Palaeologus, Constantinople. 1261-1282 AD, AE trachy. XM DECPOT, Michael, crowned and wearing breastplate, nimbate, no beard, holding sceptre topped by cross, standing on left, Archangel Michael, winged, standing on right, holding labarum between them / IC over V made of three dots to left - XC over V made of three dots to right, bust of nimbate Christ facing.TextFull Size
SB 2263Michael VIII Palaeologus, AE Trachy, 1261-1282, Constantinople. MHP-QV, Mary, seated facing, retrograde B-B on panels of chair / Michael standing facing on left and Archangel Michael on right. SB 2263.TextFull Size
SB 2264Michael VIII Paleologus 1261-1282 AD, AE Trachy, Constantinople mint. 24mm. MHP-QV, Mary, half-length figure facing slightly left, both hands raised / Michael and St. George standing facing, holding labarum between them. DOC V, 65-5; SB 2264.TextFull Size
SB 2265Michael VIII Paleologus 1261-1282 AD, AE Trachy, Constantinople mint. 25mm. O AGI-DEMETR, St. Demetrius standing facing, holding spear and resting left hand on shield, star at lower left / MP-QV, MIXHAL, Michael standing on left, holding labarum, being crowned by Mary on right. Sear 2265.TextFull Size
SB 2267Michael VIII Paleologus 1261-1282 AD, AE Trachy, Constantinople mint. 28mm. St. George, half-length figure facing, wearing loros, holding spear and shield / Michael, on left and St. Constantine on right, standing, holding patriarchal cross between them. SB 2267.TextFull Size
SB 2268Michael VIII Paleologus 1261-1282 AD, Billon Aspron Trachy, Magnesia mint. 26mm. Bust of Archangel Michael facing / Michael standing on left, and St. Demetrius standing on right, holding labarum between them. Sear 2268; DOC 73-76, Sommer 77.11.TextFull Size
SB 2269Michael VIII Paleologus 1261-1282 AD, AE Trachy, Thessalonica mint. 22mm. Archangel Michael, bust facing, holding three-pronged sceptre and cross on globe / Michael, on left, holding sceptre on globe, and St. George on right, half-length figures, holding patriarchal cross between them. DOC V, 77-78; SB 2269.TextFull Size
SB 2270Michael VIII Paleologus 1261-1282 AD, AE Trachy, Constantinople mint. 23mm. St. Theodore, bust facing, holding spear over his left shoulder / Michael on left, standing facing, holding cross-tipped sceptre and akakia, being crowned by Christ. SB 2270.TextFull Size
SB 2274Michael VIII Paleologus 1261-1282 AD, AE Trachy, Constantinople mint. 26mm. B-B, Mary Hagiosoritissa standing facing slightly left, both hands raised / Michael, seated, holding labarum and patriarchal cross on globe. DOC V 86; SB 2274.TextFull Size
SB 2275Michael VIII Paleologus 1261-1282 AD, Billon Aspron Trachy, Magnesia mint, 26mm. Mary, half length figure, standing, both hands raised / Michael seated facing, holding sword across knees. Sear 2275; DOC 91-95; Sommer 77.17.TextFull Size
SB 2276Michael VIII Palaeologus, AE Trachy, 1261-1282, Magnesia mint. 2.94g. Cherub facing, wings spread, dots in 2 diamond shapes in fields / Michael enthroned, holding labarum-headed sceptre and akakia. SB 2276.TextFull Size
SB 2880Michael VIII Paleologus 1261-1282 AD, Billon Aspron Trachy, Constantinople mint. 23mm. IC-XC to left and right of Christ, seated facing / Retrograde B-B to left and right of Michael, seated, holding long cross and model castle. SB 2280: DOC 107-108.TextFull Size
SB 2281Michael VIII Paleologus 1261-1282 AD, AE Trachy, Constantinople mint. 29mm. Mary seated facing, holding medallion of Christ / Michael standing facing, holding sheath and drawn sword horizontally across waist. DOC V, 109; SB 2281.TextFull Size
SB 2283Michael VIII Palaeologus, AE Trachy, 1261-1282, Constantinople. M-XA, Archangel Michael standing facing, holding sword in right hand / MAN POLG downwards to left and right of Manuel or Michael standing facing, holding labarum and akakia. SB 2283.TextFull Size
SB 2284Michael VIII Paleologus 1261-1282 AD, AE Trachy, Constantinople mint. 26mm. Archangel Michael standing facing, holding spear over right shoulder / X M DEP-O PALEOLGC downwards to left and right of Michael, standing, holding three-pronged sceptre and cross on globe. DOC V-II, 123-124, PCPC 47, Sear 2284.TextFull Size
SB 2285Michael VIII Paleologus 1261-1282 AD, AE Trachy, Magnesia mint. 22mm. O AGIOS-NK..., St. Nicholas, nimbate bust facing / Michael standing facing, holding cross-tipped sceptre and akakia. Sear 2285, DOC 125-126.TextFull Size
SB 2288Michael VIII Paleologus 1261-1282 AD, Billon Aspron Trachy, Magnesia mint. 25mm. Patriarchal cross on floriate base / Michael, half length figure, standing, holding labarum and globe. SB 2288, DOC 127-128.TextFull Size
SB 2289Michael VIII, AE trachy. Constantinople mint, 1261-1282 AD. B retrograde-B in upper field, Cherub standing facing, wings spread / Michael, half length figure, standing facing, holding sceptre and patriarchal cross. SB 2289.TextFull Size
SB 2289 varMichael VIII Palaeologus 1261-1282 AD, AE Trachy, Constantinople mint. G-G to left and right of multi-winged seraph / Michael, half-length figure facing, holding labarum and patriarchal cross. DOC V 129 var. (obv. fieldmarks); Bendall 50 var. (ditto); SB 2289 var. (ditto).TextFull Size
SB 2290Michael VIII, Restored Byzantine Empire, 1261-1282 AD. AE trachy. 2.74g, Constantinople. IC-XC, Christ standing facing on dais / Michael VIII seated facing, holding labarum and globe. DOC 100-02; Sear 2290.TextFull Size
SB 2291Michael VIII Palaeologus, AE Trachy, 1261-1282, 1.59g. 24-31mm, Constantinople. Mary seated facing / Michael seated facing, holding sceptre and globe. SB 2291.TextFull Size
SB 2295Michael VIII Palaeologus, AE Trachy, 1261-1282, Thessalonica. OA DHMITHOC downwards across fields, St. Demetrius seated facing on throne with no back, holding sword across his knees / Michael VIII standing facing on left, labarum in right hand, akakia in left, being crowned by Archangel Michael standing facing on right. SB 2295.TextFull Size
SB 2296Michael VIII Paleologus 1261-1282 AD, Billon Aspron Trachy, Thessalonica mint. 28mm, 2.88g. G OA DIMHTRIOC, St Demetrios, bust facing, holding a sword over right shoulder and resting left hand on shield / X MI D-P TI C O PAL, Michael VIII standing on left, holding cross, and St Michael standing on right, his hand on his chest. SB 2296.TextFull Size
SB 2297Michael VIII, restored Bytantine empire. 1261-1282. AE trachy. Thessalonica. 2.17g. Archangel Michael standing facing / Michael, on left and St. Demetrius on right, half length figures, standing, holding cross in circle on staff between them. SB 2297; DOC 147-50.TextFull Size
SB 2298Michael VIII Paleologus 1261-1282 AD, Billon Aspron Trachy, Thessalonica mint. 23mm. Archangel Michael, half-length figure standing facing / Michael on left, holding cross and akakia, being crowned by Mary on right, both standing. Sear 2298, DOC 151.TextFull Size
SB 2300Michael VIII Palaiologos (1258-82 AD), Thessalonika, AE follario / trachy. No legend, Large cross, stars in quarters / XM DP - O AG DM..., Half-length figures of Michael, on left holding labarum-tipped sceptre and St. Demetrius on right, holding spear, both standing, holding castle between them, large star above. SB 2300, Bendall (PCPC) 70, DO 159-60.TextFull Size
SB 2301Michael VIII Palaeologus 1261-1282 AD, AE Trachy, Thessalonica mint. 1.68 gr. Winged patriarchal cross / Michael on left, holding labarum, and St. Demetrius on right, holding spear, standing facing, holding sword between them; large 8-point star above. (Note: the way this coin was struck has formed two stars). DOC V 161; SB 2301.TextFull Size
SB 2303Michael VIII Paleologus 1261-1282 AD, AE trachy, Thessalonica mint. 23mm. GOADI-TRIOC downwards to left and right of St Demetrius, bust facing, holding sword and shield / MX AV DECPOTIC, Michael VIII standing facing, wearing loros, holding patriarchal cross on globe and labarum, eight-rayed star to right. Sear 2303.TextFull Size
SB 2305Michael VIII Paleologus 1261-1282 AD, AE Trachy, Thessalonica mint. 27mm. St. Demetrius, bust facing / Michael, winged, standing holding labarum and cross on globe. DOC V 171; Bendall 78; SB 2305.TextFull Size
SB 2307Michael VIII Paleologus 1261-1282 AD, AE Trachy, Thessalonica mint. 28mm. St. Demetrius standing facing, holding spear and shield; star to left / MIHAIL DECPOT PAL..., Michael, half-length figure facing, holding large fleur de lis and labarum. DOC class XVII, 180-1; SB 2307.TextFull Size
SB 2309Michael VIII Palaeologos, 1261-1282 AD. Restored Byzantine Empire, AE Trachy Nomisma, 2.98g, Thessalonica. Large fleur-de-lis florencée / Michael standing facing, crowned and wearing loros, holding large cross and akakia, small lis florencée in left field. DOC 187-90 (Class XV); Bendall-Donald T. 16; Sear 2309.TextFull Size
SB 2310Michael VIII Paleologus 1261-1282 AD, AE Trachy, Thessalonica mint. 24mm. Facing half-length figure of Mary Theotokos, facing, hands raised / Michael, on left and St. Demetrius on right, both half length figures, standing, holding patriarchal cross between them, half circle and star above. DOC 131; SB 2310.TextFull Size
SB 2311Michael VIII, 1261-1282 AD. AE trachy (2.12g), Thessalonica. Flower of eight petals / Michael VIII on the left and Mary, nimbate, on the right, both half-length figures facing, holding large patriarchal cross between them; two stars in upper field. DOC 152-4; Sear 2311.Text

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SB 2312Michael VIII Paleologus 1261-1282 AD, AE Trachy, Thessalonica mint. 26mm. St. Demetrius wearing cuirass and paturgis, holding spear in right hand, resting left on shield; cross in right field / Michael seated facing, wearing loros with central panel, holding sceptre and akakia; six-rayed star in right field. DOC V, 162; SB 2312.TextFull Size
Michael VIII Palaeologus and Andronicus II 1273-1282 AD
SB 2320Michael VIII Paleologus and Andronicus II 1272-1282 AD, AE Trachy, Constantinople mint. 23mm. Mary, standing, both hands raised / Michael on left and Andronicus on right, holding labarum between them. SB 2320; DOC 203-205.TextFull Size
SB 2322Michael VIII and Andronicus II 1272-128 AD, AE Trachy, Thessalonica mint. 25mm. St. Demetrius, bust facing, holding spear / Andronicus, on left and Michael on right, both half-length busts, holding sword between them, crowned by bust of Archangel Michael above. DOC 212-215; SB 2322.TextFull Size
SB 2323Michael VIII Paleologus and Andronicus II. 1261-1282 AD, AE Trachy, Thessalonica mint. OAGIT QE-ODOR downwards to left and right of St. Theodore, half-length facing figure, in military dress, holding spear and round shield decorated with eight-rayed star / ADR X..M downwards to left and right of Andronicus and Michael, half-length figures, each wearing loros and holding labarum and sword between them; half-length bust of the Archangel Michael above. DOC 212-215; SB 2323.TextFull Size
ANDRONICUS II
SB 2326Andronicus II. 1282-1328 AD. AV Hyperpyron. Mary, nimbate and draped bust facing, both hands raised, within the walls of Constantinople / Andronicus kneeling at the feet of Christ, nimbate, standing facing on right. SB 2326; DOC V 231.TextFull Size
SB 2326 varAndronicus II and Michael IX, 1282-1320 AD. AV hyperpyron (2.93 gm). Constantinople, Mary, bust facing, both hands raised, within walls of Constantinople / AVTOKPATOP, Andronicus, on left, and Michael, on right, kneeling on to left and right of Christ, who crowns both emperors; Sear 2326 var (reverse type).TextFull Size
SB 2327Andronicus II Palaeologus Billon Tornese. Constantinople mint, sole reign, 1282-1325 AD. ANDRONKO-DECPO downwards to left and right), Andronicus standing facing, holding cross-tipped sceptre and akakia, crowned by the hand of God / +KOMNHNOC O PALAIOLOGO, cross pattée with dots in quarters. SB 2327.TextFull Size
SB 2330Andronicus II Palaeologus. 1282-1328. AE Trachy 22mm. Constantinople mint. Head of Cherub surrounded by four crosses and four stars / ANDPONIKOC, Andronicus, on left, kneeling before Christ, seated, and supported by St Michael. DOC -; SB 2330.TextFull Size
SB 2339Andronicus II Palaeologus. 1282-1328. AE Trachy Constantinople mint. St. Theodore, bust facing / ANDPONIKOC, Andronicus, on left and Archangel Michael on right, holding patriarchal cross between them. SB 2339; DOC 571.TextFull Size
SB 2346Andronicus II Palaeologus. 1282-1328. AE Trachy Constantinople mint. St. Theodore, bust facing / ANDPONIKOC, Andronicus, crowned, wearing loros, half length figure standing, holding labarum-headed sceptre and globe. SB 2346.TextFull Size
SB 2348Andronicus II, Palaeologus. 1282-1328. AE Trachy (1.72 gm). Constantinople mint. Archangel Michael, half-figure facing / Andronicus standing facing, holding cross-tipped sceptre and akakia. DOC V 583; Bendall 115; SB 2348.TextFull Size
SB 2349Andronicus II, AE Trachy, 23mm, Constantinople, 1282-1329. St. Nicholas, nimbate bust facing / ANDPONIKOC, Andronicus, standing, holding patriarchal cross and three-pronged sceptre. SB 2349.TextFull Size
SB 2357 varAndronicus II Palaeologus 1282 - 1325 AD. AE Stamenon, Constantinople. 1.41 g. IC-XC, Cross on semi-circular base, B to left / Andronicus, crowned and wearing loros, half length figure standing, holding cross-tipped sceptre and globe. Sear 2357 var (B on obverse).TextFull Size
SB 2359Andronicus II, AE trachy, Thessalonica mint. Archangel Michael, bust facing / ANDPONIKOC, Andronicus, crouching or kneeling, being crowned by Christ, standing on right. SB 2359.TextFull Size
SB 2368Andronicus II Palaeologus. 1282-1328 AD. AE Trachy 22mm. Thessalonica mint. Half-length bust of the Archangel Michael facing / Andronicus, on left, and St. Demetrius, on right, both half-length figures standing, holding patriarchal cross between them. DOC 841 corr. (obverse unknown); SB 2368 corr. (ditto).TextFull Size
SB 2370Andronicus II. 1282-1328 AD. AE Trachy 22mm. Thessalonica mint. Facing bust of St. Demetrios, holding spear over shoulder; retrograde B in left field / Andronicus, winged, standing facing, holding model castle and cross-headed sceptre. DOC V 849; SB 2370.TextFull Size
SB 2372Andronicus II, AE 24mm trachy, 1282-1325 AD. Thessalonica. Bust of St. Demetrius / ANDPONIKOC, Andronicus standing facing, holding fleur de lis in each hand. SB 2372, G1437.TextFull Size
SB 2373Andronicus II, AE trachy, 22mm. Thessalonica. St. Demetrius standing facing / Andronicus, standing, holding cross-tipped sceptre and cross on globe, two stars to left, hand of God at upper right. DOC 811; SB 2373.TextFull Size
SB 2374Andronicus II, AE trachy, Thessalonica. St. Demetrius, bust facing / ANDPONIKOC, Andronicus, winged, bust facing, winged, holding sword and akakia, appearing over battlements of the city walls. DOC V 730; Bendall 213; SB 2374.TextFull Size
SB 2376Andronicus II Palaeologus. 1282-1328. AE Trachy 24mm. Thessalonica mint. St. Demetrius standing facing, holding spear and resting hand on shield / ANDPONIKOC, Andronicus, standing, holding cross in circle on staff and akakia. DOC 740; PCPC 219; SB 2376.TextFull Size
SB 2377Andronicus II, AE trachy, Thessalonica. St. Demetrius, standing facing / KWa, Andronicus, standing facing, holding large patriarchal cross and akakia, star in left field. SB 2377.TextFull Size
SB 2386Andronikos II Palaeologos 1282-1328 AD, Constantinople, AE trachy. 24mm. Four stars in angles of cross / Andronicus, half-length figure standing facing, holding labarum-headed sceptre and globe. SB 2386.TextFull Size
SB 2387Andronicus II Palaeologus. 1282-1328 AD. AE Trachy 14mm, Thessalonica mint. Patriarchal cross with stars to left and right of base / ANDPONIKOC, Andronicus, standing facing, holding cross in circle on staff in each hand. DOC 798; SB 2387.Text

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SB 2389Andronicus II Palaeologus. 1282-1328 AD. AE Trachy 19mm. Thessalonica mint. Lattice pattern; 8 pointed star at centre / ANDPONIKOC, Andronicus standing facing, holding large patriarchal cross and akakia at right. DOC V 820 corr. (no star); Grierson 1451 (ditto); SB 2389 (ditto).TextFull Size
SB 2391Andronicus Palaeologus II, Thessalonica, AE trachy. Cross formed by four petals, superimposed on a square / Andronicus standing facing, holding a star in each hand; stars in fields. DOC V 821-4; SB 2391.TextFull Size
SB 2393Andronicus II, AE trachy. 1282-1325 AD, Thessalonica. Large six-pointed star / Andronicus, standing, holding a large B in each hand. SB 2393.TextFull Size
SB 2394Andronicus II Palaeologus (1282 - 1325 AD. AE Stamenon, Thessalonica. Fleur de Lis / Andronicus, winged, standing right, holding model castle and sceptre. Sear 2394; DOC 801; LPC 226.TextFull Size
SB 2395Andronicus II, Palaeologus AE18 trachy, clipped. Thessalonica. 1282-1325 AD. (ANDPONIKOC), Andronicus, winged, standing, holding sceptre and akakia / Palaeologan monogram. SB 2395.TextFull Size
ANDRONICUS II AND MICHAEL IX
SB 2396Andronicus II and Michael IX 1295-1320AD AV Hyperpyron. Bust of Mary within city walls, both hands raised / Andronicus on left and Michael on right, kneeling to left and right of Christ, who crowns them.TextFull Size
SB 2397 varAndronicus II Palaeologus, with Michael IX. 1282-1328. AR Aspron Trachy (23mm, 1.30 g, 6h). Constantinople mint. Struck 1272-1282. B-B, Bust of Christ Pantokrator facing / Andronicus and Michael standing facing, holding long cross between them. PCPC 129 var. (no B B); SB 2397 var. (ditto).TextFull Size
SB 2400Andronicus II and Michael IX. 1282-1328 AD. AR basilicon. Constantinople. IC-XC, Christ seated facing on high-backed throne, his right hand inside cloak and his left on book of Gospels / ANDROCICOK MXHEHLO.., Andronicus II with fork-shaped beard on right and Michael IX, beardless, on left, both standing facing and holding a patriarchal cross on a step between them. DO 504; SB 2400.TextFull Size
SB 2401Andronicus II with Michael IX. 1282-1328. AR Basilikon 1.64 gm). Constantinople mint. IC-XC, Christ seated facing / Andronicus and Michael standing facing, holding long cross between them. Bendall 133; SB 2401.TextFull Size
SB 2402Andronicus II and Michael IX. 1295-1320. AR Basilikon 2.10 gm. Constantinople mint. Christ seated facing, sometimes with star to left and right / Andronicus and Michael standing facing, holding labarum between them. DOC V 537-538. SB 2402.Text

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SB 2402 varAndronicus II Palaeologus, with Michael IX. 1282-1328. AR Basilikon 19mm. Constantinople mint. Christ Pantokrator seated facing; retrograde B-B across fields / Andronicus on left and Michael on right standing facing, holding labarum with dot in circle on shaft between them. DOC -; SB 2402 var (obv. fieldmarks).TextFull Size
SB 2403Andronicus II Palaeologus and Michael IX. 1282-1328. AR Basilikon. Constantinople mint. Struck 1295-1320. B-B Q-Q, Mary seated facing, holding the nimbate head of the infant Christ / Andronicus on left and Michael on right, standing facing, holding labarum between them. DOC V 507; SB 2403.TextFull Size
SB 2417Andronicus II and Michael IX, AE trachy, Constantinople. Mary, bust facing, both hands raised / ANDPONIKOC MIXAHL, Andronicus, on left and Michael, on right, both standing facing, holding long cross between them. SB 2417.TextFull Size
SB 2418Andronicus II Palaeologus, with Michael IX. 1282-1328. AE Trachy 23mm. Constantinople mint. MP-QV P-M across fields, Mary Theotokos, bust facing, both hands raised / ANDPONIKOC MIXAHL, Andronicus, on left and Michael, on right, both standing facing, holding labarum between them. DOC 599; SB 2418.TextFull Size
SB 2424Andronicus II and Michael IX, AE trachy, Constantinople. IC-XC, patriarchal cross / ANDPONIKOC MIXAHL, Andronicus, on left and Michael, on right, both half length figures standing facing, holding labarum between them. SB 2424.TextFull Size
SB 2425Andronicus II and Michael IX, AE trachy, Constantinople. Labarum on crescent / AVTOKPATOPEC RWMAIWN, Andronicus, on left and Michael, on right, busts facing, holding long cross between them. SB 2425.TextFull Size
SB 2426Andronicus II and Michael IX. 1295-1320 AD. AE Trachy 27mm, Constantinople mint. Cross with saltire, B in each quarter / Andronicus on left and Michael on right, standing facing, holding labarum between them. DOC V 618; SB 2426.TextFull Size
SB 2427Andronicus II, Palaeologus, and Michael IX. 1295-1320 AD. AE Trachy 22mm, Constantinople mint. Dated Year 2 (1304 or 1319). Large NB / AVTOKPATOPEC RWMAIWN, Andronicus on left and Michael on right, both standing facing, holding long cross between them. DOC 622; LPC 26; SB 2427.TextFull Size
SB 2428Andronicus II and Michael IX AE Assarion. Constantinople. ANDPONIKOC MIXAHL, Andronicus, on left and Michael, on right, both standing facing, holding patriarchal cross between them / KURIE BOHQU TOUC BACIA around Christ, bust facing. SB 2428.TextFull Size
SB 2430Andronicus II and Michael IX, AE assarion, 21mm, Constantinople mint. ANDPONIKOC MIXAHL, Andronicus, on left and Michael, on right, both standing facing, holding labarum between them / ANDPONIKOC DECPOTIC around cross with dot in each angle. DOC 647; SB 2430.TextFull Size
SB 2432Andronicus II Palaeologus and Michael IX. 1282-1328. AE Assarion 20mm, Constantinople mint. Dated regnal year 1 1302-1303 AD). Andonicus and Michael standing facing, holding cross between them / Large NA. DOC 659-60; SB 2432.TextFull Size
SB 2434Andronicus II and Michael IX, AE assarion, Constantinople. ANDPONIKOC MIXAHL, Andronicus, standing facing, holding sceptre and akakia / MIXAEL DECPOTEC, Michael, standing facing, holding sceptre and akakia. SB 2434.TextFull Size
SB 2435Andronicus II and Michael IX, AE Assarion, Constantinople. ANDRONIKOC MICAHL, Christ in centre, crowning Andronicus, on left and Michael, on right, both half length figures standing facing / Archangel Michael, bust facing, holding sceptre in right hand and globe on lap. SB 2435.TextFull Size
SB 2436Andronicus II and Michael IX. AE Assarion, Constantinople. 1.98 g. Andronicus, on left and Michael, on right, both standing facing, holding labarum between them / KVPIE CWCON TVC BACILEIC, Christ, bust facing. Sear 2436. DOC 681. LBC 794.Text

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SB 2437Andronicus II and Michael IX, AE assarion, 8.29 grams, 29.76 mm. Constantinople mint. 1295-1327 AD. AVTOKPATOPEC RWMAIWN (or similar), Andronicus, on left and Michael, on right, both standing facing, holding labarum between them / ..REX K.., Mary, standing facing, raising both hands. SB 2437.TextFull Size
SB 2439
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Andronicus II, with Michael IX. 1282-1328. Billon Tornese (0.54 gm). Constantinople mint. Half length figure of St. Michael, winged, holding sceptre and globe / Andronicus on left and Michael on right, standing facing, holding labarum between them. Cf. DOC V 610; cf. Bendall 152; cf. SB 2439 (all as an AE trachy).TextFull Size
SB 2440Andronicus II & Michael IX, AE Assarion, Constantinople. AVTOKPATOPEC RWMAIWN, Andronicus, on left and Michael, on right, both standing facing, holding labarum between them / AVTO KPATO PECPOM AIwN, legend in four lines, cross above. DOC 689; SB 2440.Text

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SB 2441Andronicus II and Michael IX Palaeologus (1295 - 1320 AD). AE Assarion, Constantinople. 2.21g. AVTOKPATOPEC RWMAIWN, Andronicus, on left and Michael, on right, both standing facing, holding labarum between them / +THC MAKED ONIAC legend in three lines. Sear 2441; DOC 690.TextFull Size
SB 2442Andronicus II and Michael IX Palaeologus (1295-1320 AD). AE Assarion, Constantinople. AVTOKPATOPEC RWMAIWN, Andronicus, on left and Michael, on right, both standing facing, holding labarum between them / Palaeologan monogram. SB 2442.TextFull Size
SB 2443Andronicus II and Michael IX. 1282-1328. AE Assarion 20mm, Constantinople. Half-length figures of Andronicus and Michael facing, holding labarum between them / Large retrograde B-B. DOC 692; SB 2443.TextFull Size
SB 2444Andronicus II and Michael IX. 1282-1328. AE Assarion, Constantinople. Andronicus and Michael facing, holding patriarchal cross between them / Large barred NG. SB 2444.TextFull Size
SB 2445Andronicus II Palaeologus, with Michael IX. 1282-1328. AE Assarion 20mm. Constantinople mint. Andonicus and Michael standing facing, holding labarum with globe on shaft between them / Large NIW. DOC 694; SB 2445.TextFull Size
SB 2446Andronicus II with Michael IX. 1295-1320. AE Tetarteron 20mm, Constantinople mint. Dated year 15 (1301/2 AD). Large N IE / Andronicus on left and Michael on right, half-length figures facing, holding labarum between them. DOC V 698; SB 2446.TextFull Size
SB 2447Andronicus II and Michael IX. 1295-1320. AE Assarion 23mm. Andronicus on left and Michael on right, standing facing, holding labarum between them / Cross, with B in each angle. DOC V 699; SB 2447.TextFull Size
SB 2448Andronicus II and Michael IX, AE assarion. Constantinople. AVTOKPATOPEC RWMAIWN, Andronicus, on left and Michael, on right, both three quarter length figures standing facing, holding labarum between them / Cross with B in each angle. SB 2448.TextFull Size
SB 2451Andronicus II and Michael IX, AE assarion, Constantinople. AVTOKPATOPEC RWMAIWN, Andronicus, on left and Michael, on right, both standing facing, holding labarum between them / B and retrograde B to left and right of patriarchal cross. SB 2451.TextFull Size
SB 2452Andronicus II and Michael IX, AE assarion, Constantinople. AVTOKPATOPEC RWMAIWN, Andronicus, on left and Michael, on right, both three-quarter length figures standing facing, holding labarum between them / LG PA in two lines (Palaeologan monogram). SB 2452.TextFull Size
SB 2455Andronicus II and Michael IX, AE Trachy of Thessalonica. 1295-1320 AD. MIX..., Archangel Michael, half length figure standing facing / (AV)TOK(PATOPEC R)WM(AIWN), Michael, on left and Andronicus, on right, both half length figures standing facing, holding patriarchal cross between them. SB 2455.TextFull Size
SB 2457Andronicus II and Michael IX, AE trachy, Thessalonica. Large flower or six-pointed star / AVTOKPATOPEC RWMAIWN, Michael, unbearded, on left, being crowned by Andronicus, bearded, on right, both standing facing, and each holding cross-headed sceptre and akakia. SB 2457.TextFull Size
SB 2458Andronicus II Palaeologus, with Michael IX. 1282-1328. AE Trachy 18mm. Thessalonica mint. Two concentric circles bisected by three vertical lines / AVTOKPATOPEC RWMAIWN, Andronicus and Michael standing facing, holding cross-in-circle on long staff between them. DOC 778; SB 2458.TextFull Size
SB 2459Andronicus II, Palaeologus and Michael IX. 1295-1320. AE Trachy. Thessalonica mint. Palaeologan monogram / Half-length facing busts of Andronicus and Michael, holding a staff surmounted by large fleur de lis between them. DOC V 780; Bendall 236; SB 2459.TextFull Size
ANDRONICUS II AND ANDRONICUS III
SB 2461Andronicus II and III, Joint reign 1325-1328 AD. AV hyperpyron, Constantinople mint. Mary, bust facing within city walls, four castles forming walls, example symbols: 3 dots over K left, 3 dots over X right / Andronicus II on left and Andronicus III on right kneeling facing, blessed by Christ standing behind them. DOC V 502, SB 2461.Text

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ANDRONICUS III
SB 2466John V and Anna of Savoy, 1341-1391 AD, AV hyperpyron, 1341-1347 AD, Constantinople Mint, AN DP O NI KI IV.., Andronicus III kneeling before Christ standing right. / ANX.., Anna of Savoy and John V standing facing. SB 2466.Text
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SB 2471Andronicus III Paleologus AR Basilikon. Constantinople mint. IC-XC and B-B across fields, Christ enthroned facing / DHMHTPIOC ANRPNKOC, GOA, St. Demetrius on left and Andronicus on right standing facing. Sear 2471; Bendall 195.1; Grierson 1317.TextFull Size
SB 2472Andronicus III Paleologus AR Basilikon. 1328-1341 AD. Constantinople mint. IC-XC across fields, Christ enthroned facing, B to left, fleur de lis to right / DHMHTPIOC ANRPNKOC.., St. Demetrius on left and Andronicus on right standing facing. Sear 2472; Bendall 195.3.Text

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SB 2473Andronicus III, Palaeologus. 1328-1341. AR Reduced Basilikon. Constantinople mint. [I]C XC across field, Christ standing facing on souppedion; B B, six-petaled flower & lis in field / ­HMHTPI, GOA, AN­PONI, St. Demetrius at left, standing facing, holding cross, & Andronicus III at right, standing facing, hand to breast.TextFull Size
SB 2474Andronicus III, Palaeologus. 1341-1391. (now attributed to John V, 1328-1341). AR Reduced Basilikon (1.22 gm). Constantinople mint. IC [XC] across field, John V standing facing, holding labarum and cross on globe, nimbate bust of Christ above / AN­PONIK ­MIT, GOA, St. Demetrius on left, standing facing, holding cross, and Andronicus III on right, standing facing, hand to breast. DOC V 944; Grierson 1322; SB 2474 (Andronicus III).Text

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SB 2475Andronicus III, (now attributed to John V 1341-1347). AR Light Basilikon. Andronicus III, kneeling on the left, being blessed by Mary, standing on the right / Anna of Savoy, holding trilobe sceptre, and John V, holding akakia and sceptre, standing facing. DOC V 945ff; SB 2475 (Andronicus III).TextFull Size
SB 2477Andronicus III Palaiologos (1328-41), Thessalonika, AE trachy, Thessalonica. A AGIOC-DHMH, St. Demetrius facing, holding spear and resting left hand on shield / ANDPONIK, Andronicus standing, holding labarum-tipped sceptre and cross on globe. SB 2477, DOC 887-9, Ben 201.TextFull Size
SB 2479Andronicus III. 1328-1341. AE Assarion 21mm, Constantinople mint. +KVPIE BOHQEI, cross potent / Half-length figure of Andronicus standing facing, holding cross-headed sceptre and cross on globe. DOC V 896; Bendall 203; SB 2479.TextFull Size
SB 2480Andronicus III Paleologus (1334/5), AE Assarion, 1.74g. Large NB, stars above and below / Andronicus, half-length figure facing, holding sceptre and akakia. DOC V, 900; SB 2480.TextFull Size
SB 2481Andronicus III, AE assarion. Constantinople. 1328-1341 AD. ANDPONIKOC, Andronicus, standing, holding sceptre / Cross with v-shaped leaves on ends. Sear 2481. DOC 912. LBC 831.TextFull Size
SB 2482Andronicus III Palaeologus. 1328-1341 AD. AE Trachy 24mm. Thessalonica mint. Half-length bust of St. Demetrius facing / Archangel Michael standing right, crowning Andronicus standing facing, holding patriarchal cross in each hand. DOC 918; SB 2482.TextFull Size
SB 2483Andronicus III Palaeologus. 1328-1341. AE Trachy 19mm. Thessalonica mint. Winged patriarchal cross / Half-length figures of Andronicus and St. Demetrius, holding long cross between them; large crescent containing star above. DOC 919; SB 2483.TextFull Size
SB 2485Andronicus III Palaeologus. 1328-1341. AE Trachy 19mm. Thessalonica. St. Demetrius, bust facing / Andronicus, seated facing, holding large patriarchal cross and sceptre. SB 2485.TextFull Size
SB 2486Andronicus III Palaeologus. 1328-1341. AE Trachy 19mm. Thessalonica mint. St. Demetrius, bust facing / Andronicus standing facing, wearing loros, holding patriarchal cross in each hand. DOC 927; SB 2486.TextFull Size
SB 2486 varAndronicus III Palaeologus. 1328-1341. AE Trachy 16mm. Thessalonica mint. St. Demetrius, half-length bust facing, holding spear and shield / Andronicus standing facing, holding patriarchal cross in each hand; stars to outer left and right. DOC 927-8 var. (stars); SB 2486 var (ditto) etc. Unpublished.TextFull Size
SB 2487Andronicus III Palaeologus (1328 - 1341). AE Assarion, Thessalonica. OAGIO DMHTR, St. Demetrius, seated, sword across knees / Andronicus, standing, holding fleur de lis and cross-tipped sceptre, six stars in fields. Sear 2487; DOC 929; Sommer 82.8; Lianta 839.TextFull Size
SB 2490Andronicus III Palaeologus. 1328-1341. AE Trachy 20mm. Thessalonica mint. Uncertain or overstruck type, retrograde B to left / Andronicus, standing, holding sceptre, two stars and retrograde B-B in fields. DOC 931; SB 2490.TextFull Size
SB 2494Andronikos III, Palaeologos. AE Trachy. Thessalonica mint. Palaeologan monogram / Andronikos standing facing, holding sceptre and akakia. SB 2494.TextFull Size
JOHN V
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.TextFull Size
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.TextFull Size
SB 2504John V & Anna of Savoy AR Basilikon. Christ enthroned / Anna & John holding long cross between them and sceptres.TextFull Size
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.TextFull Size
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.TextFull Size
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.TextFull Size
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.TextFull Size
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.TextFull Size
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.TextFull Size
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.TextFull Size
SB2515John 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.TextFull Size
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.TextFull Size
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.TextFull Size
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.TextFull Size
JOHN VI
SB 2526John V Palaeologus and John VI Cantacuzenus (1347-1353). AV Hyperpyron. Constantinople. 4.12 gr. Mary Theotokos, nimbate and wearing maphorium, raising hands, within city-walls with four groups of towers; E-Q over B-D across fields / IW EN X[W] IW EN X[W], IC-XCB, John V and John VI, each wearing stemma with pendilia and loros over divitision, kneeling to left and right of Christ who is standing facing with his hands above their heads. DOC 1193 var.; Sear 2526.TextFull Size
SB 2527John VI and John V AR Basilikon, 0.78 gr. Struck 1347-1353. Christ standing facing; flanked by two stylized trees / The emperors standing facing, holding long cross between them. DOC V 1194 (Constantinople); Bendall 286 (Constantinople); SB 2527 (Constantinople).TextFull Size
SB 2528Empire of Nicaea, John VI, AR Basilikon, 0.80 gr. Christ standing facing within mandorla / Two emperors standing facing, John VI, on the left holding labarum, and John V, on the right holding akakia. PCPC 287. SB 2528.TextFull Size
SB 2531John VI and John V, 1347-1353. AR Half Basilikon. Nimbate St. John the Baptist (or St. Demetrius) standing, holding staff and shield / John V and VI, each wearing loros and holding a labarum at sides, holding long cross between them.TextFull Size
SB 2532Empire of Nicaea, John VI, AR Basilikon, 1.04gr. John VI, bearded, nimbate and holding cross-headed sceptre, on horseback right / John V, nimbate and holding cross-headed sceptre, on horseback right. SB 2532 (this coin cited).TextFull Size
SB 2533John VI and John V Palaeologus, Billon Tornese. Constantinople mint, 1347-1353 AD. Cross with triple pellet terminals, B B's with stars in quarters / DEC II, the emperors standing facing, each holding a sceptre and holding an akakia between them. SB 2533.TextFull Size
SB 2534John VI and John V Cantacuzene, 1347-1353. AE stamenon 1347-1353, 1.61 g. Christ enthroned facing / John V and John VI standing facing and holding cross on long shaft between them. Sear 2534; LPC 9; PCPC 296.TextFull Size
SB 2540John VI Cantacuzenus (1353-1354). AR Basilikon. Constantinople. 0.96 gr. IC-XC, Christ seated facing on high-backed throne, cross nimbate, holding book of gospels and raising right hand, K over two dots to left, retrograde N over dot to right/ K N T-G O D-D TP O (TP ligate) downwards to left and right and between John, wearing stemma with pendilia and loros, standing, extending hands to St. Demetrius, nimbate, extending right hand and holding cross with his left. DOC 1205; Sear 2540.TextFull Size
SB 2542John VI, AR basilikon, Constantinople mint. 1353-1354 AD. Christ enthroned facing; F over P-B across fields / John and St. Demetrius standing facing. SB 2542; Bendall 303.TextFull Size
SB 2595Empire of Nicaea, John VI. AE Stamenon 3.84 gr. Short emperor (John V) standing facing, holding cross-tipped sceptre and akakia; retrograde B and B across fields / Tall emperor (John VI) standing facing, holding cross-tipped sceptre and akakia; B-B across fields. DOC 1204. SB 2595 ("Uncertain Palaeologan").TextFull Size
ANDRONICUS IV
SB 2544Andronicus IV Palaeologus, usurper, AR Stavraton. 1376-1379 AD, 8.59 gr. IC-XC, facing bust of Christ, with crossed nimbus; fleur de lis to left and right, all within beaded border surrounded by an outer border of eight stars alternating with dots / + ANDRONIKOC DECPOTIC O PALEOLOGOC and QV XAPITI BACILEVC TwN RWMAIO in two circles around nimbate and crowned facing bust of Andronicus. Sear 2544; LPC 1; PCPC 323.3.TextFull Size
SB 2545Andronicus IV Palaeologus AR one-eighth Stavraton. Constantinople, 1376-1379 AD. 0.64 gr. IC-XC, Christ seated facing on throne with high back, cross nimbate, holding book of gospels / ANDRON I [KO]CA, Andronicus standing facing, wearing stemma with pendilia and loros, holding patriarchal cross. PCPC 325; Sear 2545.TextFull Size
SB 2547Andronicus IV. 1376-1379 AD. AE Tornese, 2.38 gr, Constantinople. Andronicus and St. Demetrios on horseback riding right / ANDRONIKOV DECPOTOV around PALG Palaeologan monogram. Sear 2547.TextFull Size
MANUEL II
SB 2549Manuel II Palaeologus (1391-1423). Light Stavraton. Constantinople, 1403-1425 AD. 7.09 gr. IC-XC, Bust of Christ Pantocrator, with cross nimbus, wearing himation over chiton, holding book of Gospels and raising right hand, dot I dot to left and right / +MANOVH DECOOT]HC O PALAOL[OGOC] +Q[VXAPI]TH bACIL V TWN ROMAIWN in two lines around bust of Manuel facing, with forked beard, nimbate, wearing domed crown with pendilia; dot to left and right. DOC 1398-1399; Sear 2549.TextFull Size
SB 2549 (2)Manuel II Palaeologus (1391-1423). Light Stavraton. Constantinople, 1403-1425 AD. 7.10 gr. IC-XC, Bust of Christ Pantocrator, with cross nimbus, wearing himation over chiton, holding book of Gospels and raising right hand, M to left and right / +MANOVH DECOOT]HC O PALAOL[OGOC] +Q[VXAPI]TH bACIL V TWN ROMAIWN in two lines around bust of Manuel facing, with forked beard, nimbate, wearing domed crown with pendilia; dot to left and right. DOC 1398-1399; Sear 2549.TextFull Size
SB 2551Manuel II. 1391-1423. AR Half Stavraton (3.74 gm). Facing bust of Christ, star in left field / MANOVHL BACILEVC O PALEOLOGOC, bust of Emperor, nimbate, facing, dot to left and right. DOC V 1414ff; Bendall 20; SB 2551.TextFull Size
SB 2551 (2)Manuel II Paléologue, AR 1/2 stavraton, 1403-1425 AD, Constantinople. 3.76 gr. IC-XC, bust of Christ facing, C-F across fields / MANOVHL BACILEVC O PALEOLOGOC, bust of Emperor, nimbate, facing, F-C across fields. Sear 2551; DOC 1453; PCPC 334 (sigle 51).TextFull Size
SB 2551 (3)Manuel II Paléologue, AR 1/2 stavraton, 1403-1425 AD, Constantinople. 3.76 gr. IC-XC, bust of Christ facing, C-F across fields / MANOVHL BACILEVC O PALEOLOGOC, bust of Emperor, nimbate, facing, cross to left and right. Sear 2551; DOC 1453; PCPC 334 (sigle 50).TextFull Size
SB 2551 (4)Manuel II Palaeologus (1391-1423). 3.65 gr. Half Stavraton. Constantinople, 1403-1425. IX-XC, Bust of Christ Pantocrator, with cross nimbus, wearing himation over chiton, holding book of Gospels and raising right hand / + MAN HL BACILEVC O PALAOLOGOC, Bust of Manuel facing, with forked beard, nimbate, wearing domed crown with pendilia; dot to left and right. DOC 1412-1467 var. (obverse without siglon); Sear 2551.TextFull Size
SB 2551 (5)Manuel II Paléologue, AR 1/2 stavraton, 1403-1425 AD, Constantinople. 3.76 gr. IC-XC, bust of Christ facing, dot over X to left / MANOVHL BACILEVC O PALEOLOGOC, bust of Emperor, nimbate, facing, dot to left and right. Sear 2551; DOC 1453; PCPC 334 (sigle 51).TextFull Size
SB 2552Manuel II Palaeologus (1391-1423). AR Half Stavraton. Constantinople, 1403-1425 AD. 3.56 gr. IC-XC, Bust of Christ Pantocrator, with cross nimbus, wearing himation over chiton, holding book of Gospels and raising right hand / + MANO[HL EN XW TW] P ICTOC, Bust of Manuel facing, with forked beard, nimbate, wearing domed crown with pendilia; dot over P in left field, dot over A in right field. DOC 1517; Sear 2552.TextFull Size
SB 2552 (2)Manuel II Palaeologus (1391-1423). AR Half Stavraton. Constantinople, 1403-1425 AD. IC-XC, Bust of Christ Pantocrator, with cross nimbus, wearing himation over chiton, holding book of Gospels and raising right hand / + MANO[HL EN XW TW] P ICTOC, Bust of Manuel facing, with forked beard, nimbate, wearing domed crown with pendilia; K-dot across fields. DOC 1517; Sear 2552.TextFull Size
SB 2552 (3)Manuel II Palaeologus (1391-1423). AR Half Stavraton. Constantinople, 1403-1425 AD. IC-XC, Bust of Christ Pantocrator, with cross nimbus, wearing himation over chiton, holding book of Gospels and raising right hand / + MANO[HL EN XW TW] P ICTOC, Bust of Manuel facing, with forked beard, nimbate, wearing domed crown with pendilia; A-star across fields. DOC 1517; Sear 2552.TextFull Size
SB 2553Empire of Nicaea. Manuel II Palaeologus, one-eight Stavraton. 1.00 gr. Bust of Christ facing / MANOVHL, Bust of Emperor facing. DOC 1526 ff; LPC 5; PCPC 335; Sear 2553.TextFull Size
SB 2553 (2)Empire of Nicaea. Manuel II Palaeologus, AR one-eight Stavraton. 1.06 gr. Bust of Christ facing, dot to left and right / MANOVHL, Bust of Emperor facing. DOC 1526 ff; LPC 5; PCPC 335; Sear 2553.TextFull Size
SB 2554Manuel II. Palaeologos, AE tornese. 1391-1423 AD. Constantinople. Emperor, holding sceptre, and St. Demetrius, holding sword, each on horseback riding right / MANOVHL DECPOTIC around Palaeologan monogramm. Sear 2554; DOC 1598.TextFull Size
SB 2555Manuel II Palaeologus, 1391-1423 AD. AE Tornese. Constantinople. 1.04 gr. St. Constantine on left and Helena on right, standing facing; holding long cross between them with a short diagonal crossbar low on the shaft / + MANOVHL EN XW TW QW PICTOC BA, Bust of Manuel facing, nimbate, wearing collar of three tippets and holding cross-headed sceptre over shoulder. DOC 1599; LPC 7; PCPC 337; Sear 2555.TextFull Size
SB 2558Manuel II Palaeologus, AE Bronze tornese (1.60 gm). Constantinople. St. Demetrius, nimbate, on horseback right, brandishing sword / Nimbate bust of emperor facing, dot in left field, Palaeologan monogram in right field. DO 1601. Sear 2558.TextFull Size
SB 2559Manuel II Palaiologos (1393-1423), Constantinople, bronze follaro. Four stars in the angles of a cross / MANOVHL, Facing, crowned bust of Manuel, wearing loros. SB 2559, DO 1610.Text

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SB 2560Manuel II. 1391-1423. AE follaro. Constantinople mint. Christ, standing within almond shaped surround / MANVOVHL, Manuel II, standing, holding sceptre.TextFull Size
SB 2561Manuel II Palaeologus, AE assarion, 0.76 gr. Thessalonica. Retrograde Palaeologan monogram with lattice to left / Emperor on horseback right. LPC 1; PCPC 344; Sear 2561.TextFull Size
John VII
SB 2562John VII Palaeologus (1399-1403). AR half Stavraton (quarter hyperpyron). Constantinople. IC-XC, Bust of Christ Pantocrator, with cross nimbus, wearing himation over chiton, holding book of gospels and raising right hand, C-P across fields / + IWANIC BACILEVC O PALAOLOGO, Bust of John with forked beard, nimbate, wearing domed cross and pendilia; dot in right field. DOC 1328; Sear 2562.TextFull Size
John VIII
SB 2563John VIII Palaeologus. 1425-1448. AR Stavraton, 6.60 gr. IC-XC, Facing bust of Christ, right hand raised, eight dots around surrounding / IWANHC DECPOTIC O PALEOLOGOC QV XAPITI AVTOKPATOP (or variant) in two lines around nimbate facing bust of John VIII; dot to left and right.Text

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SB 2564John VIII. AR half hyperpyron. Bust of Christ / IWANHC DECPOTIC O PALEOLOGOC QV XAPITI AVTOKPATOP, crowned, facing bust of John.TextFull Size
SB 2565John VIII Paleologus 1421-1448, AR Quarter Hyperpyron (1/2 stavraton). (3.60 gr) Constantinople. IC-XC, Facing bust of Christ / IWANHC BACILEVC (or DECPOTIC) Q PALEOLOGOC, Facing bust of emperor. SB 2565; Grierson 1519; LPC 172, 2; PCPC 349.TextFull Size
SB 2567John VIII, 1423-1448, AE Follaro, 0.53 gr. Constantinople. Large cross, stars in angles / IWA WEC, crowned bust of John facing. Bendall 351ff. Sear 2567.TextFull Size
SB 2568John VII Palaeologus (1399-1403). AE Tornese. Constantinople. 0.78 gr. IC-XC, Christ standing facing in a mandorla / John standing facing, wearing stemma with pendilia, holding cross-tipped sceptre on right shoulder and hand on chest; IW and dots in right field; C-P across fields. Sear 2568.TextFull Size
CONSTANTINE XI
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POLITIKON COINAGE
SB 2570Andronicus III. Billon Tornese, ‘Politikon’ coinage, Constantinople. LOA between two three-quarter length facing figures of Andronicus III, bearded, wearing crown and loros, right hand on breast, and St Demetrius, holding cross on breast / POLITIKON, facing bust of Mary Theotokos. DOC 885; Sear 2570.TextFull Size
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.TextFull Size
SB 2578Anonymous Politikon Coinage. Ca 1328-1354. Billon Tornese (0.51 gm). Constantinople mint. City walls with four towers; cross and pellets above, florets at sides / +POLITIKON, cross potent. DOC V 1209; Bendall 362; SB 2578.TextFull Size
SB 2578Anonymous Palaeologus Politikon Coinage. Ca 1328-1354. Billon Tornese (0.51 gm). Constantinople mint. City walls with four towers; cross between two dots above, florets at sides / +POLITIKON, cross potent. DOC V 1209; Bendall 362; SB 2578.TextFull Size
SB 2581Anonymous Politikon Coinage. Billon tornese, 0.68 gr. Three keys with three dots horizontally between them / + PO-LITI-KON in three lines. DOC 1218-1221; LPC 10; PCPC 365; Sear 2581.TextFull Size
SB 2581 (2)Anonymous Politikon Coinage. Billon tornese, 0.84 gr. Three keys with one dot between them / + PO-LITI-KON in three lines. DOC 1218-1221; Sear 2581.TextFull Size
ANONYMOUS AND UNATTRIBURED PALAEOLOGAN COINAGE
SB 2587Anonymous AR Basilikons. Palaeologan, time of Andronicus II and Michael IX, 1294-1320. Constantinople mint. Struck 1304-1320. IC-XC across field, Christ, nimbate, seated facing on throne, holding gospels and raising hand; florets at sides of throne / MHP QV, Mary, nimbate, enthroned facing, holding the nimbate infant Christ; B-B across fields. DOC V 544; Sear 2587.TextFull Size
EMPIRE OF TREBIZOND (all emperors)
SB 2599Empire of Trebizond, Andronicus I Gidon Comnenus, 1222 – 1235 AD. AE Trachy, 2.65 g. ANDRO-NIKOC St. Andronicus, nimbate, standing facing, holding spear in right hand and resting left on shield / MHP–QV KOMNH NC–OGIDON, Mary, nimbate, standing facing on dais, holding the bust of beardless Christ to her breast. Sear 2599 (this coin).TextFull Size
SB 2601Manuel II, Empire of Trebizond. 1238-1263 AD AR. Asper. 23mm, 2.93 gr. OAGI-eVG[eNI], St. Eugenius standing facing, holding long cross, B to left / MNL-OK[H], Manuel standing facing, holding labarum and akakia, hand of God above. Sear 2601.TextFull Size
SB 2602Manuel II, Empire of Trebizond. 1238-1263 AD AR. Asper. 23mm, 2.93 gr. (A) EVGENIOC O TPACT (or variety), St. Eugenius standing facing, holding long cross, B to left / MNL-OK[H], Manuel standing facing, holding labarum and akakia, hand of God above. Sear 2602.TextFull Size
SB 2608Empire of Trebizond, John II AR Asper, 1280 - 1297 AD. St Eugenius standing facing, holding long cross / John standing, facing, holding labarum and akakia. Retowski 9 (John I); SB 2608.TextFull Size
SB 2609John II. Emperor of Trebizond, 1280-1297. AR Asper (22mm, 2.82 g). St. Eugenius standing facing, holding long cross / John standing facing, holding labarum-headed sceptre and globe; Manus Dei to upper right. SB 2609.TextFull Size
SB 2611John II. Emperor of Trebizond, 1280-1297. AR Asper (22mm, 2.81 g). St. Eugenius standing right, holding long cross; cross below left arm / John standing facing, holding labarum-headed sceptre and globe; Manus Dei to upper right. Retowski 68; SB 2611.TextFull Size
SB 2611John II. Emperor of Trebizond, 1280-1297. AR Asper (22mm, 2.44 g). St. Eugenius standing right, holding long cross / John standing facing, holding labarum-headed sceptre and cross on globe; Manus Dei to upper right. Retowski 33; SB 2611.TextFull Size
SB 2616Empire Of Trebizond. John II, with Alexius II. 1280-1297 AD. AR Asper 2.28 gm. Struck ca 1297. OA EV-GENIOC, St. Eugenius, nimbate, standing facing, holding long cross / IWO K ALEZIVC K, John standing facing, holding labarum, clasping hands with his son Alexius, who holds sceptre. Retowski 3; BMC Vandals pg. 276; SB 2616.TextFull Size
SB 2618Trebizond empire. Theodora. Ca 1285 AD. AR Asper 23mm, 2.83 g. OAGIOC EVGENIO, St. Eugenius standing facing, holding long cross / QEODW PAH-KOMNHN, Theodora standing facing, holding globe in right hand, her left hand on her breast. Retowski 1; SB 2618.TextFull Size
SB 2619Alexius II. Emperor of Trebizond, 1297-1330. AR Asper (20mm, 2.75 g). St. Eugenius, holding cross-headed sceptre, on horse right / Basil, holding sceptre, on horse right; star in upper right field. Retowski 4; SB 2619.TextFull Size
SB 2620Andronicus III. Emperor of Trebizond, 1330-1332. AR Asper (21mm, 1.97 g). A in circle and EVG-N, St. Eugenius, holding cross-tipped sceptre, on horseback right / A AP-M, Andronicus, holding lis-tipped sceptre, on horseback right. Retowski 3; SB 2620.TextFull Size
SB 2621Trebizond Empire, Manuel II (1332). AR Asper. 1.84 gr. A in circle at top left, EV, St. Eugene, nimbate and wearing loros on horseback right, holding cross-headed sceptre, N at top right / dot D over M to left, Manuel on horseback right, holding trefoil-headed sceptre, M at top right, M dot at bottom right. Sear 2621.TextFull Size
SB 2622Basil Comnenus. Emperor of Trebizond, 1332-1340. AR Asper (20mm, 1.98 g). BA-M, Basil on horseback right / (A) EVG-N, St. Eugenius on horseback right; dot below horse’s raised left foreleg. SB 2622.TextFull Size
SB 2626Michael. Emperor of Trebizond, 1344-1349 AD. AE 18, 1.85 g. EUGEN, St. Eugenius standing facing, holding long cross / XMI-M, Michael standing facing, holding trilobate sceptre and shield. Retowski 6; SB 2626.TextFull Size
SB 2627Michael. Emperor of Trebizond, 1344-1349. AE Trachy 22mm, 1.91 gr. EVGEN, Half-length figure of St. Eugenius, holding long cross / XMI-M, Draped facing bust of Michael, holding trilobate sceptre and shield. Retowski 7-10 var. (legends); SB 2627.TextFull Size
SB 2628Trebizond Empire, Alexius III, 1349-1390. AR Asper 22mm, 2.38 gr). St. Eugenius riding right on horseback, holding long cross / Emperor riding right on horseback, holding sceptre. Retowski -; SB 2628.TextFull Size
SB 2641Empire of Trebizond, Alexius IV, AR asper, 1417-1446 AD. A in circle, EG-N, St. Eugenius on horseback right, star below / ALE-M, Alexius on horseback right. Sear 2641.TextFull Size
SB 2641 (2)Empire of Trebizond, Alexius IV, AR asper, 1417-1446 AD. A in circle, EG-N, St. Eugenius on horseback right, B below / ALE-M, Alexius on horseback right. Sear 2641.TextFull Size
SB 2641 (3)Empire of Trebizond, Alexius IV, AR asper, 1417-1446 AD. A in circle, EG-N, St. Eugenius on horseback right, B below / ALE-M, Alexius on horseback right, B below. Sear 2641.TextFull Size
SB 2642Trebizond, John V, AR 15mm asper, St. Eugenius on horseback right / John on horseback right, star below. Sear 2642.TextFull Size
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