The Aspron denomination — Variants: Doukatopoulon - 1/8 Stavraton
The Aspron was a small silver denomination struck during the last century of the Byzantine Empire. It was valued at 1/8th of a Stavraton, a large silver coin introduced by Emperor John V Palaiologos in circa 1367.

All these coins featured a bust of Christ on the obverse and an imperial bust on the reverse. The inscriptions are fairly uniform, with the reverse featuring an inner and an outer inscription: "+[Emperor's name] ΔΕCΠΟΤΙC Ο ΠΑΛΕΟΛΟΓΟC / Θ[ΕΟ]V ΧΑΡΙΤΙ ΒΑCΙΛΕVC ΡWΜΑΙWN", i.e. "Lord (despotes) [Emperor's name] the Palaiologos / by God's Grace, Emperor (Basileus) of the Romans".
Aspron|Doukatopoulon|1/8 Stavraton
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