Roman Empire - Solidus - Constantius II (337- 61 A.D.) Nicomedia - GLORIA REI PVBLICAE / SMNT Roma and Constantinopolis. - Gold

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Roman Empire - Solidus - Constantius II (337- 61 A.D.) Nicomedia - GLORIA REI PVBLICAE / SMNT Roma and Constantinopolis. - Gold
Good Very Fine

Roman Empire - CONSTANTIUS II, AD 337-361. Gold solidus (4,37 g. 21 mm.), Nicomedia mint, 340-351 A.D.

Obv.: FL IVL CONSTAN - TIVS PERP AVG Draped, cuirassed bust r., wearing laurel-rosette diadem.

Rev.: GLORIA - REI - PVBLICAE / SMNT Roma, helmeted, holding lance, and Constantinopolis, turreted, holding scepter, r. foot on prow, both wearing long dress, seated on throne with high back-rest and holding shield inscribed with VOT / XX / MVLT / XXX. C. 108;

Depeyrot II, 264, 3/5; RIC VIII, 473, 33;

Graffito on obv. Good very fine condition, great example!

Please see the photos for a better impression.

5094

Lot details
Country
Roman Empire
Currency
Solidus
Year/Period and Variation
- Constantius II (337- 61 A.D.) Nicomedia - GLORIA REI PVBLICAE / SMNT Roma and Constantinopolis.
Precious metals
Gold
Type
Coin
Condition
Good Very Fine
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