The obverse is Christ standing, right hand in benediction the left holding gospels. The reverse is an unknown ruler standing with Labarum in right hand and Globus cruciger with cross on top. 1.65gm and around 17mm ( Put it away before measurement.) SBCV-2060. The other two are in better condition and far more attractive, in fact the SBCV-2058 , I personally believe to be the most beautiful coin produced after the fall of Constantinople in 1203. The third example depicts two saints of the time St Helena and St Constantine. The debate over these issues will remain unsolved, none of the academics seem to agree on where they were minted Constantinople or Thessalonica or even if they were issued by the Latins or the Bulgarians. I will keep the under Michael Hendy's attribution, the 12th century coinage was his world. For further reading on the details of Latin Coinage both trachea and tetartera ( Bottom of page) I recommend Ross's excellent web site The Bulgarian & Latin Imitative Types (glebecoins.net) Fell free to post imitative coinage from the time period, Bulgarian or Latin or?