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    John II Comnenus (AD 1118-1143). EL aspron trachy (31mm, 4.24 gm, 6h). NGC AU 4/5 - 3/5, scratches, die shift. Constantinople. IC-XC (barred), Christ seated facing on backless throne with single pellet on each arm, wearing nimbus cruciger with single pellet in each arm, pallium and colobium, raising right hand in benediction, book of Gospels cradled in left arm; double border / IΩ/ΔEC/ΠO/TH-Θ/ΓE/Ω/ΓI, John II (on left), standing facing, wearing crown, divitision and chlamys, and St. George (on right), standing facing, nimbate, wearing military dress, sword in left hand, jointly holding between them long patriarchal cross set on globule; double border. Sear 1941.

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    November, 2020
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