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Denomination :
Solidus

Reference :
DO III part 2, 7
SBCV 1745
HB 276
Romanus I, Lacapenus

Obv :  +IhS XPS REX REGNANTInm
Christ enthroned facing, wearing nimbus cruciger, pallium and colobium and raising right in benediction, holding gospels in left hand, the throne has a lyre back and is ornamented with pearls
Rev :  ROman Et XRISTOFO AYGGb
Facing busts of Romanus I, with short beard on left, and Christopher (his son-in-law), beardless on right, Romanus wears loros, Christopher wears chlamys, and they hold a long patriarchal cross between them
Mint : Constantinople Mintmark : 
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Denomination :
Solidus

Reference :
DOC III part 2, 007
SBCV 1745
Berk 276
Romanus I, Lacapenus

Obv :  #NAME?
Christ enthroned facing, wearing nimbus cruciger, pallium and colobium and raising right in benediction, holding gospels in left hand, the throne has a lyre back and is ornamented with pearls
Rev :  ROman Et XRISTOFO AYGGb]
Facing busts of Romanus I, with short beard on left, and Christopher (his son-in-law), beardless on right, Romanus wears loros, Christopher wears chlamys, and they hold a long patriarchal cross between them
Mint :  Mintmark : 
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