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    Manuel I Comnenus (AD 1143-1180). EL aspron trachy (33mm, 4.66 gm, 6h). NGC MS★ 4/5 - 5/5. Constantinople, AD 1152-1157. IC-XC (barred), Christ seated facing on backless throne, bearded, wearing nimbus cruciger, pallium and colobium, raising right hand in benediction, cradling book of Gospels on lap / MANΩHΛ-ΔECΠOTH, Manuel I (on left), bearded, standing facing, wearing crown with pendilia, divitision and loros, akakia in right hand, and the Virgin (on right) nimbate, standing facing, wearing pallium and maphorium, holding patriarchal cross between them; M-Θ by head of Virgin. Sear 1958.

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    May, 2019
    2nd Thursday
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