Delta Roman Tub, Help identifying roman tub valve

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Ccheese4

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Hello all. I need help identifying a roman tub valve so I can replace the faucet and trim. Previous owner painted over the faucet/trim, so it flakes everywhere when we are trying to bathe our baby.

Happy to provide more pictures or measurements if needed. Thanks!

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The rough valve is an older Delta R2700.
The handles look to be H65
If you plan to replace the trim you need to replace the cartridges to RP25513.
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I thought it might possibly be a Delta based on the research I did. I just couldn't find an exact match for the valve, so thanks!

Here are photos of the faucet and handles. Those handles look correct Marlinman. Is it possible to change the cartridge without altering the plumbing or removing the valve? I assume it just comes out the top and is held in with a snap ring or something like that?
 

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