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    Constantine V Copronymus (AD 741-775), with Leo IV. AV solidus (18mm, 3.83 gm, 6h). NGC Choice AU 5/5 - 2/5, clipped, graffito. Constantinople, AD 757-775. COhSTAhTInOSS LЄOn O nЄOS, crowned and draped facing busts of Constantine V (on left) and Leo IV (on right), each wearing chlamys pinned at right shoulder; cross above between their heads / C-LЄ-ON PA MЧL, crowned facing bust of Leo III, wearing loros, cross potent in right hand. Sear 1551.

    Ex Collection of a Philhellene; Spink, Auction 125, lot 234.

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