, the Isaurian and Constantine V, 25 March 720 - 18 June 741 A.D.
This varies considerably in size and , ranging from c. 27mm and 6 grams down to 15 mm and 1 gram. -- Coins and Their Values by
BZ72019. Bronze , p. 410, 9 . ( , same leg breaks); , 1, 39a.1; 21.11; 1516; Morrison BnF - (p. 460); -, VF, , nice green , 6.039 g, maximum 24.3 mm, 180o, 1st , Constantinople (Istanbul, Turkey) mint, c. 735 - 741 A.D.; LEOh-S C-O-hST', crowned busts of bearded on left and Constantine V beardless facing, each wears and holds in right; large M (40 nummi), above, X/X/X left, N/N/N right, A below; ; $90.00 (€78.30)
, Constantine V and , 6 June 751 - 14 September 775 A.D.
Constantine V was a successful military commander, defeating Bulgarians and Umayyad Muslims. Unfortunately his iconoclast policies diminished influence in the and he lost Ravenna to the in 751 A.D.BZ65613. Bronze , 421; 1568; , 1, 18, gVF, earthen encrustation, 1.752 g, maximum 16.7 mm, 180o, mint, K/W/N/S - ∆/E/C/Π, Constantine V standing facing, bearded, wearing crown and , in right; Λ/E/O/N - N/E/O/V, standing facing, beardless, wearing crown and , in right; very ; $70.00 (€60.90)
, Constantine V and , joint reign 6 June 751 - 14 September 775 A.D.
In 772, the Frankish Charlemagne began fighting the Saxons and the Frisians. In 774, he conquered the , and took the title, of the .SH06892. Gold
, 1551, EF, 4.36 g, maximum 20.3 mm, 180o, Constantinople (Istanbul, Turkey) mint, CONSTANTINOS S LEON O NEOS, facing busts of Constantine with short beard (on left) and beardless (on right), pellet and between them; G LEON P A MYL, Facing of , with short beard, wearing crown and and holding ; from the Scott Collection; SOLD
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