The obverse shows a figure with a Halo, presumably a Military Saint because there is a delta in the top left. The three possible categories it could be as a Haloed individual are: 1. Christ (Not possible since Christ is on the reverse. The same figures were not shown on both sides) 2. Mary (Not possible due to the delta present. The legend for Mary would be MP OV or some variation thereof) 3. A Military Saint (It must be this considering it can not be the first two) This would leave the coin as: Obverse: Military Saint/ Δ Emperor (holding Cross-tipped-scepter and anexikakia) being crowned by Christ (holding the book of Gospels) / XC IC Upon looking for matching types with the above reverses and obverses, there is only one type which fits. This is Sear 2177, DOC 3. (other types exist with this reverse and the emperor not holding a Cross-tipped-scepter and anexikakia but these two items narrow the trachy down to two possible types. The presence of a Military Saint and not Mary brings it to one) However, my example lacks the prominent prominent mesh pattern of the chlamys (or divitision, hard to make out) seen in examples online (see below, compare with mine) The examples online and in references works show the trachys as a large module issue. Weights appear to be averaging at 2.5-3.5 grams. My coin weighs 1.24 grams. Interestingly, Late Byzantine Coinage in the Ashmolean Museum of Oxford lists one small module example (see below) This small module trachy (brockage error on the obverse) has a matching chlamys (or divitision, hard to make out) with a weight of 0.64 grams. I am pretty sure my trachy is a match with this one. This is the only type with a military saint obverse/emperor (with above listed paraphernalia) crowned by christ. My trachy has a much lower weight than online examples and different chlamys pattern yet when taking the small module trachy into consideration, both the chlamys design and my trachy's low weight would actually make sense. Any thought on this attribution? I haven't been able to find much information of the small module trachys of Despot Manuel Comnenus Ducas so any insights are appreciated.