Leo I Æ2 457-474 20mm (3.9g) DN LEO PE-RPET AG, diademed and draped bust right D (-ominus) N (-oster) Leo Perpet (-uus) AG (-ustus) "Our Lord Leo, Perpetual August" SALVS R-PVBLICA, Leo standing right, holding standard and globe, foot on captive Salus Rei Publicæ "Salvation of the State" Mintmark CON RIC X 660v? (the seller listed it as RIC X 659) I could use some help with identification, as locating the correct RIC number has proved elusive thus far. The opportunity to acquire a Cherson AE2 of Leo I, despite the overall poor condition was too much for me to pass up on. It looks a lot better in hand, but isn't as nice as other examples I've seen for sale and on display. Overall, a fairly nice large coin of an Eastern Roman Emperor from the 5th century who died just 2 years before the overthrow of Romulus Augustulus by Odoacer in 476. Feel free to share coins of Leo I or his 5 western counterparts, which should be pretty rare!