Roman Empire - Valentinian II (375-392 A.D) Gold solidus (4.44 g, 21 mm). Struck in Lugdunum, 388-392 AD.
D N VALENTINIANVS P F AVG, bust draped, cuirassed right, seen from front,
wearing pearl diadem.
VICTOR—IA AVGG, two emperors, both nimbate, seated facing, holding globe
between them, facing half-figure of Victory between the emperors' heads, palm branch in field between their legs, L —D in field, CON in exergue.
RIC 381 (R3). Depeyrot 17/1 (p. 130, 31 specimens). Bastien, Lyon, 203 (38 specimens). Cohen 37.
Extremely fine condition. Beautifull gold colour. Original shine still remind. Extremely rare, R3 grade in RIC.
Please see the photos for a better impression.
- Roman Empire
- AV Solidus,
- Year/Period and Variation
- Valentinianus II (375-392 AD). Lugdunum, 388-392 AD. Theodosius & Valentinian on throne. R3 in RIC
- Precious metals
- Extremely fine