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    Constantine VII Porphyrogenitus and Romanus II (AD 945-963). AV solidus (20mm, 4.43 gm, 6h). NGC AU 5/5 - 2/5, graffito. Constantinople, AD 950-955. + IhS XPS RЄX RЄϚNANTIЧM, facing half-length bust of Christ, wearing nimbus cruciger with three pellets in each limb, pallium and colobium, raising right hand in benediction, book of Gospels in left; single border / COhSTAhT CЄ ROmAh' AЧϚϚ I'R', crowned facing busts of Constantine VII (on left), wearing loros, and Romanus II (on right), wearing chlamys pinned at right shoulder, jointly holding patriarchal cross with globular terminus between them. Sear 1751.

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