Romanus II (959-963), Nicephorus II (963-969), and John (969-976)
Images.  

Romanus II (959-963). [16-20 mm]
E32
17
431o 431r A431-432
So11.1-2
S1767
Romanus I
B936 LD
ill-drawn
G884 DO III,II
36, pl. XL
B for his baby son, co-emperor Basil II
Sokolova: Romanus II
E33
20-
18
433o 433r A433-434
So10.8-9
S1718
Basil I
B--- G868 DO 18, pl.
XXXIII
Associate rulers Basil II 
and Constantine VIII
Sokolova:  Basil II and Con VIII
E34
16
433o 433ar A-- S-- B-- G-- DO-- CNG 41 (3/97) lot 2439

E32

   Type 32
   18mm. 12:30. 2.73 grams.
    Quite convex/concave.

E33

   Type 33
   19mm. 12:00. 2.22 grams.
    Sear gives this to Basil I.


Nicephorus II (963-969).  [18 mm]
E35
18
435o 435r A435-437
So10.3-4
S1784
LD
B945
LD
G888 DO III,II
9 pl. XLI

Nicphorus


   Type 35
   18mm. 6:00. 4.08 grams


John (969-976).   [18 mm]
E36
18
438o 438r A438-440
So10.5
S1794
LD
B947 G889 DO III,II
8.1,8.3 pl.XLII
Zagreba claims a new type for John, his #65, with this obverse
and a slightly variant reverse, but I see it as a miscast coin of this type.

John


   Type E36
   17mm. 6:00. 3.41 grams.







John IJohn I


  Type E36
  17 mm. 6:00. 2.61 grams.
  Wonderful condition.



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