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Nicaea

BSBC: 1  Sear: 2064  DO IV: 2  LBC: 132-6

Mint: Magnesia

Obverse: Christ seated upon backed throne holding the Book of Gospels / IC – XC

Reverse: The Emperor and Saint Theodore holding cross on scepter between them, each holding a sword ΘEOΔωΡOC ΔECΠOT – ΘEODωROC

BSBC: 1  Sear: —  DO IV: —  LBC: — 

Mint: Magnesia

Obverse: Virgin Mary Hagiosortissa in orans, standing and facing / MHP – OV

Reverse: Emperor John (wearing Stemma, divitsion, jeweled loros of a simple type, and saigon) holding a star tipped tipped scepter and Patriarchal cross globus cruciger / Iω ΔECPOTH O ΔOUKAC, IC – XC 

S. Bendall, “Some unpublished late Byzantine coins,” NumCirc (August 2002), no. 3; otherwise unpublished. Second known example after Triton XX lot 1096 

BSBC: 1  Sear: 2080  DO IV: 26  LBC: 212    

Mint: Magnesia

Obverse: Bust of the beardless Christ Emmanuel holding the Book of Gospels / IC – XC EMMANOUHA

Reverse: Emperor John (wearing Stemma, divitsion, jeweled loros of a simple type, and saigon) holding a Labarum tipped scepter and anexakakia, blessed by the Manus Dei (hand of God) in the upper right field / Iω ΔECPOTH O ΔOUKAC

Very Rare.

BSBC: 1  Sear: —  DO IV: —  LBC: —   Mint: Magnesia Obverse: Virgin Mary seated on a backed throne with the infant Christ at breast / MHP – OV Reverse: Emperor John (wearing Stemma, divitsion, jeweled loros of a simple type, and saigon) holding a cross tipped scepter and anexakakia, crowned by Christ holding the Book of Gospels / Iω ΔECPOTH O ΔOUKAC, IC – XC Second known example. Unpublished.
Thessalonica

BSBC: 1  Sear: —  DO IV: —  LBC: —

Mint: Thessalonica

Obverse: Fleur De Lis

Reverse: Patriarchal Cross surrounded by dots

Penchev, “A hoard of copper (billon) scyphati from the first half of the 13th century found near Petrich”. Otherwise unpublished. Extremely rare.

BSBC: 1  Sear: —  DO IV: —  LBC: —

Mint: Thessalonica

Obverse: Fleur De Lis

Reverse: Patriarchal Cross surrounded by dots

Penchev, “A hoard of copper (billon) scyphati from the first half of the 13th century found near Petrich”. Otherwise unpublished. Extremely rare.

BSBC: 1  Sear: 2188  DO IV: 2  LBC: 368-71

Mint: Thessalonica

Obverse: Saint Theodore holding shield and sword OAΓ ΘΕΟΔΟΡΟC

Reverse: Emperor holding anexakakia in one hand and labarum in the other, blessed by Saint Demetrius IωANHC ΔCCΠT OAΓIC

BSBC: 1  Sear: 2209  DO IV: 24  LBC: 397 

Mint: Thessalonica

Obverse: Christ holding the Book of Gospels (Brockage) IC – XC

Reverse: Emperor holding anexakakia in one hand and a labarum in other Iω ΔEC

BSBC: 1  Sear: 2199  DO IV: 14  LBC: 376-77 

Mint: Thessalonica

Obverse: Saint Demetrius sitting on a backed throne, sword across his lap / (Brockage) OAΓ ΔM

Reverse: Emperor holding anexakakia in one hand, holding labarum with the Virgin Mary in the other / Iω ΔEC

BSBC: 1  Sear: 2182  DO IV: 8  LBC: 361-3 

Mint: Thessalonica

Obverse: Saint Theodore holding spear and shield / OAΓ HOC ΘEOΔPOC

Reverse: Emperor Manuel holding a sheathed sword with Saint Demetrius, blessed by Manus Dei (hand of God) above extending from a cloud with a star / MANOVHΛ ΔECΠOT OAΓ HOC ΔM

BSBC: 1  Sear: 2182  DO IV: 8  LBC: 361-3 

Mint: Thessalonica

Obverse: Saint Theodore holding spear and shield / OAΓ HOC ΘEOΔPOC

Reverse: Emperor Manuel holding a sheathed sword with Saint Demetrius, blessed by Manus Dei (hand of God) above extending from a cloud with a star / MANOVHΛ ΔECΠOT OAΓ HOC ΔM

BSBC: 1  Sear: 2162  DO IV: 5  LBC: 327

Mint: Thessalonica

Obverse: Christ Pantokrator seated on a backless throne holding the Book of Gospels / IC – XC, Δ* in fields

Reverse: Emperor holding cross tipped scepter and anexakakia, crowed by Saint Demetrius, himself holding a sheathed sword / ΘΕΟΔΟΡΟC ΔΕCΠΟΤ ΟΛΓΗIΟC ΔH

BSBC: 1  Sear: 2165  DO IV: 7  LBC: 329-31 

Mint: Thessalonica

Obverse: Christ Pantokrator on backless throne holding the Book of Gospels / IC – XC, ΛΙ in right field

Reverse: Emperor holding long-labarum-headed scepter in right hand, blessed by the Manus Dei (hand of God) above while receiving a castle-model of Thessalonica from Saint Michael, himself holding long jeweled scepter /  ΘΕΟΔΟΡΟC ΔΕCΠΟΤ ΟΛΓΗIΟC MXH

Palaeologan

BSBC: 1  Sear: 2579  DO V: —  LBC: 861-62  LPC: 186.8  PCPC: 363  

Mint: Constantinople

Obverse: City walls with castle gate, cross and two stars above

Reverse: Cross / (Inside) BB** (Outside) + ΠOΛITIKON

Rare variant of an already rare type.

BSBC: 1  Sear: —  DO V: —  LBC: —  LPC: —  PCPC: —  

Mint: Constantinople

Obverse: Winged Patriarchal Cross / (No legend)

Reverse: Emperor seated on backed throne with sword across lap / AN ΔN(?)

Second known example. Unpublished

BSBC: 1  Sear:   DO IV:   LBC:   LPC:   PCPC:   

Mint: Constantinople

Obverse: Bust of Christ Pantocrator, with cross nimbus, wearing himation over chiton, r. hand in front in gesture of benediction and holding book of Gospels / IC XC

Reverse: John facing, wearing crown with pendilia and collar of three tippets / IωAИHC ΔЄCΠOTHC O ΠAΛЄOΛOΓOCΘV XAPITHBACIΛЄVC TOИPOMЄON + (“Despot John the Palaeologan, Emperor of the Romans by the Grace of God”)

StacksBowers writes: “John VIII Palaeologus (1423-1448). Manuel’s son inherited very little to rule, for by now the Empire was reduced solely to the despotate of Morea and Constantinople itself. His first wife was Anna of Moscow. John sought rapprochement with the West and even journeyed to the Council of Ferrara-Florence to bring about church unity. In Florence, his portrait was painted and Antonio Pisano called Pisanello made his celebrated medal portrait of John VIII. John died childless on October 31, 1448 and was succeeded by his younger brother, Constantine.”

The Stavraton is the final coin issued under Byzantium. It was also the heaviest silver coin ever issued by the empire (around 7-8 grams). It would be minted after John VIII only in very small numbers by Constantine XI during his wedding and the siege of 1453.

BSBC: 1  Sear: —  DO V: —  LBC: —  LPC: —  PCPC: —  

Mint: Constantinople

Obverse: Winged Patriarchal Cross / (No legend)

Reverse: Emperor seated on backed throne with sword across lap / AN ΔN(?)

First known example. Unpublished.

BSBC: 1  Sear: 2327  DO V: 551-7  LBC: 637-39  LPC: P.36 4  PCPC: 94a  

Mint: Constantinople

Obverse: Andronikos II standing, holding cross tipped scepter and anexakakia (Brockage error)

Reverse: Cross within legend / +KOMNHNOC O PALAIOLOGC

BSBC: 1  Sear: 2410  DO V: 560  LBC: 779  LPC: P.70 9  PCPC: 139  

Mint: Constantinople

Obverse: Emperors Andronikos II and Michael II each holding a cross tipped scepter, holding anexakakia between them / (no legend)

Reverse: Cross / KЄ COCωNTɄC BACHΛIC

Very Rare

BSBC: 1  Sear: 2570  DO V: 885  LBC:   LPC: 180.1  PCPC: 355  

Mint: Constantinople

Obverse: Virgin Mary in orans / + ΠOΛITIKON

Reverse: Emperor Andronikos III blessed by Saint Demetrius / ANΔN ΓOA ΔMHN

Rare.  

BSBC: 1  Sear: 2579  DO V: —  LBC: 861-62  LPC: 186.8  PCPC: 363  

Mint: Constantinople

Obverse: City walls with castle gate, cross and two stars above

Reverse: Cross / (Inside) BB** (Outside) + ΠOΛITIKON

Rare variant of an already rare type.

BSBC: 1  Sear: 2476  DO IV: —  LBC: —  LPC: 120.6  PCPC: 196 

Mint: Constantinople

Obverse: Saint Demetrius standing, holding spear and shield / OAΓIOC – ΔHMHTΡI

Reverse: The emperor holding anexakakia blessed by the Virgin Mary / ANΔΡK – MHP OV

Very Rare.

Second known, unpublished. https://www.acsearch.info/search.html?id=145241 , otherwise unknown

BSBC: 1  Sear: 2402  DO IV: 509  LBC: 767  LPC: 66.2  PCPC: 134  

Mint: Constantinople

Obverse: Christ seated on a backless throne / KVPIE BOHΘEI, IC – XC

Reverse: Emperors Andronikos II and Michael IX holding a labarum between themselves / AVTOKPATO-PEC PWMAION

BSBC: 1  Sear: 2402  DO IV: 508  LBC: 762-66  LPC: 66.6  PCPC: 134  

Mint: Constantinople

Obverse: Christ seated on a backless throne / KVPIE BOHΘEI, IC – XC

Reverse: Emperors Andronikos II and Michael IX holding a labarum between themselves / MXHΛ ΔЄCΠO ΑNΔPONIKO

Michael VIII Palaeologus, with Andronicus II, AR Trachy. Celebrating the coronation of Andronicus II. Constantinople, AD 1272. 1.51g, 23mm, 6h.

Nimbate St. George standing facing, wearing military attire, holding spear in right hand and shield in left; [O/Є]/Φ/[Δ/Γ/Π] to left, ΓѠΡ (ligate)/Γ/[O/C] to right / Half-length figures of Michael VIII and Andronicus II facing, both wearing stemma with pendilia and loros over divitision, holding trifurate sceptre, scroll and akakia; bust of winged archangel above between M-X, placing his hands on their heads.

DOC 36; SB 2321. Fourth Known Example

BSBC: 1  Sear: —  DO V: —  LBC: —  LPC: —  PCPC: —  

Mint: Constantinople

Obverse: Saint George holding spear (and shield?) / G

Reverse: Winged Emperor standing, holding Fleur De Lis tipped scepter and globus cruciger / X(?)

Unique. Unpublished

Eprius

BSBC: 1  Sear: 2235  DO IV: 2  LBC:  —

Mint: Arta

Obverse: Saint Michael holding a spear / XM

Reverse: Despot Michael holding palmfrond and anexakakia being crowned by Emperor John III, himself holding cross tipped scepter / XM – Iω eN Xω

S. Bendall, “The Coinage of Michael II, Angelos of Epirus, 1231-1265,” in NumCirc CIV.1 (February 1996), 5. Extremely rare.

Trebizond

BSBC: 1  Sear: 2601

Mint: Trebizond

Obverse: Saint Eugenius holding long cross / OAΓI – EVΓENI

Reverse: Emperor holding labarum and anexakakia, Manus Dei blessing from above / MNΛ – OKH

BSBC: 1  Sear: 2600  DO V: —  LBC: —   

Mint: Trebizond

Obverse: Virgin Mary Seated on backed throne with the infant Christ at Breast / (MHP) – OV

Reverse: Emperor holding labaram and anexakakia, Manus Dei (hand of God) blesses from above) / (MNHΛ O) KMN

Bendall, Trebizond 19. The finally silver trachy issue of Trebizond. Only aspers were minted after this issue.

Very Rare.

Unpublished

BSBC: 1  Sear: —  DO V: —  LBC: —  LPC: —  PCPC: —  

Mint: Constantinople

Obverse: Winged Patriarchal Cross / (No legend)

Reverse: Emperor seated on backed throne with sword across lap / AN ΔN(?)

First known example. Unpublished.

BSBC: 1  Sear: —  DO V: —  LBC: —  LPC: —  PCPC: —  

Mint: Constantinople

Obverse: Winged Patriarchal Cross / (No legend)

Reverse: Emperor seated on backed throne with sword across lap / AN ΔN(?)

Second known example. Unpublished

BSBC: 1  Sear: —  DO V: —  LBC: —  LPC: —  PCPC: —  

Mint: Constantinople

Obverse: Saint George holding spear (and shield?) / G

Reverse: Winged Emperor standing, holding Fleur De Lis tipped scepter and globus cruciger / X(?)

Unique. Unpublished

BSBC: 1  Sear: —  DO IV: —  LBC: — 

Mint: Magnesia

Obverse: Virgin Mary Hagiosortissa in orans, standing and facing / MHP – OV

Reverse: Emperor John (wearing Stemma, divitsion, jeweled loros of a simple type, and saigon) holding a star tipped tipped scepter and Patriarchal cross globus cruciger / Iω ΔECPOTH O ΔOUKAC, IC – XC 

S. Bendall, “Some unpublished late Byzantine coins,” NumCirc (August 2002), no. 3; otherwise unpublished. Second known example after Triton XX lot 1096 

BSBC: 1  Sear: —  DO IV: —  LBC: —   Mint: Magnesia Obverse: Virgin Mary seated on a backed throne with the infant Christ at breast / MHP – OV Reverse: Emperor John (wearing Stemma, divitsion, jeweled loros of a simple type, and saigon) holding a cross tipped scepter and anexakakia, crowned by Christ holding the Book of Gospels / Iω ΔECPOTH O ΔOUKAC, IC – XC Second known example. Unpublished.
Nicaea
BSBC: 1  Sear: 2064  DO IV: 2  LBC: 132-6 Mint: Magnesia Obverse: Christ seated upon backed throne holding the Book of Gospels / IC – XC Reverse: The Emperor and Saint Theodore holding cross on scepter between them, each holding a sword ΘEOΔωΡOC ΔECΠOT – ΘEODωROC
BSBC: 1  Sear: —  DO IV: —  LBC: —  Mint: Magnesia Obverse: Virgin Mary Hagiosortissa in orans, standing and facing / MHP – OV Reverse: Emperor John (wearing Stemma, divitsion, jeweled loros of a simple type, and saigon) holding a star tipped tipped scepter and Patriarchal cross globus cruciger / Iω ΔECPOTH O ΔOUKAC, IC – XC  S. Bendall, “Some unpublished late Byzantine coins,” NumCirc (August 2002), no. 3; otherwise unpublished. Second known example after Triton XX lot 1096 
BSBC: 1  Sear: 2080  DO IV: 26  LBC: 212     Mint: Magnesia Obverse: Bust of the beardless Christ Emmanuel holding the Book of Gospels / IC – XC EMMANOUHA Reverse: Emperor John (wearing Stemma, divitsion, jeweled loros of a simple type, and saigon) holding a Labarum tipped scepter and anexakakia, blessed by the Manus Dei (hand of God) in the upper right field / Iω ΔECPOTH O ΔOUKAC Very Rare.
BSBC: 1  Sear: —  DO IV: —  LBC: —   Mint: Magnesia Obverse: Virgin Mary seated on a backed throne with the infant Christ at breast / MHP – OV Reverse: Emperor John (wearing Stemma, divitsion, jeweled loros of a simple type, and saigon) holding a cross tipped scepter and anexakakia, crowned by Christ holding the Book of Gospels / Iω ΔECPOTH O ΔOUKAC, IC – XC Second known example. Unpublished.
Thessalonica
BSBC: 1  Sear: —  DO IV: —  LBC: — Mint: Thessalonica Obverse: Fleur De Lis Reverse: Patriarchal Cross surrounded by dots Penchev, “A hoard of copper (billon) scyphati from the first half of the 13th century found near Petrich”. Otherwise unpublished. Extremely rare.
BSBC: 1  Sear: —  DO IV: —  LBC: — Mint: Thessalonica Obverse: Fleur De Lis Reverse: Patriarchal Cross surrounded by dots Penchev, "A hoard of copper (billon) scyphati from the first half of the 13th century found near Petrich". Otherwise unpublished. Extremely rare.
BSBC: 1  Sear: 2188  DO IV: 2  LBC: 368-71 Mint: Thessalonica Obverse: Saint Theodore holding shield and sword / OAΓ ΘΕΟΔΟΡΟC Reverse: Emperor holding anexakakia in one hand and labarum in the other, blessed by Saint Demetrius / IωANHC ΔCCΠT OAΓIC
BSBC: 1  Sear: 2209  DO IV: 24  LBC: 397  Mint: Thessalonica Obverse: Christ holding the Book of Gospels / (Brockage) IC – XC Reverse: Emperor holding anexakakia in one hand and a labarum in other / Iω ΔEC
BSBC: 1  Sear: 2199  DO IV: 14  LBC: 376-77  Mint: Thessalonica Obverse: Saint Demetrius sitting on a backed throne, sword across his lap / (Brockage) OAΓ ΔM Reverse: Emperor holding anexakakia in one hand, holding labarum with the Virgin Mary in the other / Iω ΔEC
BSBC: 1  Sear: 2182  DO IV: 8  LBC: 361-3  Mint: Thessalonica Obverse: Saint Theodore holding spear and shield / OAΓ HOC ΘEOΔPOC Reverse: Emperor Manuel holding a sheathed sword with Saint Demetrius, blessed by Manus Dei (hand of God) above extending from a cloud with a star / MANOVHΛ ΔECΠOT OAΓ HOC ΔM
BSBC: 1  Sear: 2182  DO IV: 8  LBC: 361-3  Mint: Thessalonica Obverse: Saint Theodore holding spear and shield / OAΓ HOC ΘEOΔPOC Reverse: Emperor Manuel holding a sheathed sword with Saint Demetrius, blessed by Manus Dei (hand of God) above extending from a cloud with a star / MANOVHΛ ΔECΠOT OAΓ HOC ΔM
BSBC: 1  Sear: 2162  DO IV: 5  LBC: 327 Mint: Thessalonica Obverse: Christ Pantokrator seated on a backless throne holding the Book of Gospels / IC – XC, Δ* in fields Reverse: Emperor holding cross tipped scepter and anexakakia, crowed by Saint Demetrius, himself holding a sheathed sword / ΘΕΟΔΟΡΟC ΔΕCΠΟΤ ΟΛΓΗIΟC ΔH
BSBC: 1  Sear: 2165  DO IV: 7  LBC: 329-31  Mint: Thessalonica Obverse: Christ Pantokrator on backless throne holding the Book of Gospels / IC – XC, ΛΙ in right field Reverse: Emperor holding long-labarum-headed scepter in right hand, blessed by the Manus Dei (hand of God) above while receiving a castle-model of Thessalonica from Saint Michael, himself holding long jeweled scepter /  ΘΕΟΔΟΡΟC ΔΕCΠΟΤ ΟΛΓΗIΟC MXH
Palaeologan
BSBC: 1  Sear: 2579  DO V: —  LBC: 861-62  LPC: 186.8  PCPC: 363   Mint: Constantinople Obverse: City walls with castle gate, cross and two stars above Reverse: Cross / (Inside) BB** (Outside) + ΠOΛITIKON Rare variant of an already rare type.
BSBC: 1  Sear: —  DO V: —  LBC: —  LPC: —  PCPC: —   Mint: Constantinople Obverse: Winged Patriarchal Cross / (No legend) Reverse: Emperor seated on backed throne with sword across lap / AN ΔN(?) Second known example. Unpublished
BSBC: 1  Sear:   DO IV:   LBC:   LPC:   PCPC:    Mint: Constantinople Obverse: Bust of Christ Pantocrator, with cross nimbus, wearing himation over chiton, r. hand in front in gesture of benediction and holding book of Gospels / IC XC Reverse: John facing, wearing crown with pendilia and collar of three tippets / IωAИHC ΔЄCΠOTHC O ΠAΛЄOΛOΓOCΘV XAPITHBACIΛЄVC TOИPOMЄON + (“Despot John the Palaeologan, Emperor of the Romans by the Grace of God”) StacksBowers writes: “John VIII Palaeologus (1423-1448). Manuel's son inherited very little to rule, for by now the Empire was reduced solely to the despotate of Morea and Constantinople itself. His first wife was Anna of Moscow. John sought rapprochement with the West and even journeyed to the Council of Ferrara-Florence to bring about church unity. In Florence, his portrait was painted and Antonio Pisano called Pisanello made his celebrated medal portrait of John VIII. John died childless on October 31, 1448 and was succeeded by his younger brother, Constantine.” The Stavraton is the final coin issued under Byzantium. It was also the heaviest silver coin ever issued by the empire (around 7-8 grams). It would be minted after John VIII only in very small numbers by Constantine XI during his wedding and the siege of 1453.
BSBC: 1  Sear: —  DO V: —  LBC: —  LPC: —  PCPC: —   Mint: Constantinople Obverse: Winged Patriarchal Cross / (No legend) Reverse: Emperor seated on backed throne with sword across lap / AN ΔN(?) First known example. Unpublished.
BSBC: 1  Sear: 2327  DO V: 551-7  LBC: 637-39  LPC: P.36 4  PCPC: 94a   Mint: Constantinople Obverse: Andronikos II standing, holding cross tipped scepter and anexakakia (Brockage error) Reverse: Cross within legend / +KOMNHNOC O PALAIOLOGC
BSBC: 1  Sear: 2410  DO V: 560  LBC: 779  LPC: P.70 9  PCPC: 139   Mint: Constantinople Obverse: Emperors Andronikos II and Michael II each holding a cross tipped scepter, holding anexakakia between them / (no legend) Reverse: Cross / KЄ COCωNTɄC BACHΛIC Very Rare
BSBC: 1  Sear: 2570  DO V: 885  LBC:   LPC: 180.1  PCPC: 355   Mint: Constantinople Obverse: Virgin Mary in orans / + ΠOΛITIKON Reverse: Emperor Andronikos III blessed by Saint Demetrius / ANΔN ΓOA ΔMHN Rare.  
BSBC: 1  Sear: 2579  DO V: —  LBC: 861-62  LPC: 186.8  PCPC: 363   Mint: Constantinople Obverse: City walls with castle gate, cross and two stars above Reverse: Cross / (Inside) BB** (Outside) + ΠOΛITIKON Rare variant of an already rare type.
BSBC: 1  Sear: 2476  DO IV: —  LBC: —  LPC: 120.6  PCPC: 196  Mint: Constantinople Obverse: Saint Demetrius standing, holding spear and shield / OAΓIOC – ΔHMHTΡI Reverse: The emperor holding anexakakia blessed by the Virgin Mary / ANΔΡK – MHP OV Very Rare.
Second known, unpublished. https://www.acsearch.info/search.html?id=145241 , otherwise unknown
BSBC: 1  Sear: 2402  DO IV: 509  LBC: 767  LPC: 66.2  PCPC: 134   Mint: Constantinople Obverse: Christ seated on a backless throne / KVPIE BOHΘEI, IC – XC Reverse: Emperors Andronikos II and Michael IX holding a labarum between themselves / AVTOKPATO-PEC PWMAION
BSBC: 1  Sear: 2402  DO IV: 508  LBC: 762-66  LPC: 66.6  PCPC: 134   Mint: Constantinople Obverse: Christ seated on a backless throne / KVPIE BOHΘEI, IC – XC Reverse: Emperors Andronikos II and Michael IX holding a labarum between themselves / MXHΛ ΔЄCΠO ΑNΔPONIKO
Michael VIII Palaeologus, with Andronicus II, AR Trachy. Celebrating the coronation of Andronicus II. Constantinople, AD 1272. 1.51g, 23mm, 6h. Nimbate St. George standing facing, wearing military attire, holding spear in right hand and shield in left; [O/Є]/Φ/[Δ/Γ/Π] to left, ΓѠΡ (ligate)/Γ/[O/C] to right / Half-length figures of Michael VIII and Andronicus II facing, both wearing stemma with pendilia and loros over divitision, holding trifurate sceptre, scroll and akakia; bust of winged archangel above between M-X, placing his hands on their heads. DOC 36; SB 2321. Fourth Known Example
BSBC: 1  Sear: —  DO V: —  LBC: —  LPC: —  PCPC: —   Mint: Constantinople Obverse: Saint George holding spear (and shield?) / G Reverse: Winged Emperor standing, holding Fleur De Lis tipped scepter and globus cruciger / X(?) Unique. Unpublished
Eprius
BSBC: 1  Sear: 2235  DO IV: 2  LBC:  — Mint: Arta Obverse: Saint Michael holding a spear / XM Reverse: Despot Michael holding palmfrond and anexakakia being crowned by Emperor John III, himself holding cross tipped scepter / XM – Iω eN Xω S. Bendall, "The Coinage of Michael II, Angelos of Epirus, 1231-1265," in NumCirc CIV.1 (February 1996), 5. Extremely rare.
Trebizond
BSBC: 1  Sear: 2601 Mint: Trebizond Obverse: Saint Eugenius holding long cross / OAΓI – EVΓENI Reverse: Emperor holding labarum and anexakakia, Manus Dei blessing from above / MNΛ – OKH
BSBC: 1  Sear: 2600  DO V: —  LBC: —    Mint: Trebizond Obverse: Virgin Mary Seated on backed throne with the infant Christ at Breast / (MHP) – OV Reverse: Emperor holding labaram and anexakakia, Manus Dei (hand of God) blesses from above) / (MNHΛ O) KMN Bendall, Trebizond 19. The finally silver trachy issue of Trebizond. Only aspers were minted after this issue. Very Rare.
Unpublished
BSBC: 1  Sear: —  DO V: —  LBC: —  LPC: —  PCPC: —   Mint: Constantinople Obverse: Winged Patriarchal Cross / (No legend) Reverse: Emperor seated on backed throne with sword across lap / AN ΔN(?) First known example. Unpublished.
BSBC: 1  Sear: —  DO V: —  LBC: —  LPC: —  PCPC: —   Mint: Constantinople Obverse: Winged Patriarchal Cross / (No legend) Reverse: Emperor seated on backed throne with sword across lap / AN ΔN(?) Second known example. Unpublished
BSBC: 1  Sear: —  DO V: —  LBC: —  LPC: —  PCPC: —   Mint: Constantinople Obverse: Saint George holding spear (and shield?) / G Reverse: Winged Emperor standing, holding Fleur De Lis tipped scepter and globus cruciger / X(?) Unique. Unpublished
BSBC: 1  Sear: —  DO IV: —  LBC: —  Mint: Magnesia Obverse: Virgin Mary Hagiosortissa in orans, standing and facing / MHP – OV Reverse: Emperor John (wearing Stemma, divitsion, jeweled loros of a simple type, and saigon) holding a star tipped tipped scepter and Patriarchal cross globus cruciger / Iω ΔECPOTH O ΔOUKAC, IC – XC  S. Bendall, “Some unpublished late Byzantine coins,” NumCirc (August 2002), no. 3; otherwise unpublished. Second known example after Triton XX lot 1096 
BSBC: 1  Sear: —  DO IV: —  LBC: —   Mint: Magnesia Obverse: Virgin Mary seated on a backed throne with the infant Christ at breast / MHP – OV Reverse: Emperor John (wearing Stemma, divitsion, jeweled loros of a simple type, and saigon) holding a cross tipped scepter and anexakakia, crowned by Christ holding the Book of Gospels / Iω ΔECPOTH O ΔOUKAC, IC – XC Second known example. Unpublished.