Leo VI and Alexander  (886-912)
Images.   [16-15 mm, one up to 18 mm]
E18
18-
15
385o 360r A385-388
391,393,396
So8.1-2,5-7
S1731
LD
B920 G872 DO III,II
9.1 pl. XXXV
Lambda, epsilon for "Leo". Leo VI
E19
16
389o 360r A389
So8.3-4
S1733
LD
B922 G874 DO III,II
11
Leo VI and Alexander
E20
16
390o 360r A390
So8.8-9
S1734
LD (rev)
B923 G875 12.1-3 Leo VI and Alexander
E21
16
392o  facing
  bust
A392
So8.10-11
S1732
LD
B921 G873 10.1-2 Leo VI
E22
15
395o  facing
  bust
A395 S1771v1
Con VII
B940v1 G-- DO-- Anokhin has these letters with dots for Con VII while he was assoc. ruler 908-912 (That is why E22 is here rather than below.) See E23, next, for the obverse without dots during his own reign. Sear distinguished E22 and E23 in the first edition, but not in the second. 
The coins with "A" that Sear lists as "Alexander" are listed here under Michael III as Archont, as attributed by Anokhin.

E18  
 

  Type E18
   17mm. 3:00. 2.73 grams.



E18

   Type E18
   17mm. 3:00. 2.63 grams.



Leo VI


  Type E18
  17-18 mm.  12:00. 2.82 grams.




lead   

   Type E18, in lead
   17 mm. 3:00. 2.43 grams.
     Many pieces are leaded, some more than others.




Leo VI and Alexander:

E18 lead

   Type E18 in lead.
   17 mm. 12:00. 5.65 grams.



E19  


   Type E19
   16mm. 12:00. 3.23 grams.
    Leaded? Metal looks very base. 

Leo VI and Alexander


   Type E19
   17 mm. 12:00. 3.98 grams.
   Lead.  Are all coins of this type mostly lead?




Leo VI and Alexander


   Type E20
   17 mm. 12:00. 3.03 grams.




E21


   Type E21
   16mm. 12:00. 1.93 grams.



leaded  


   Type E21
   14 mm. 12:00.  2.12 grams.
    Lead. Very weak obverse.




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