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Estimate: 2'000 CHF   |   Starting price: 1'600 CHF Price realized: 2'500 CHF
Constantius II augustus, 337 – 361. Solidus, Antiochia 347-355, AV 4.44 g. FL IVL CONSTAN – TIVS PERP AVG Pearl-diademed, helmeted, draped and cuirassed bust facing, holding spear and shield ornamented with horseman and fallen enemy motif. Rev. GLORIA – REI – PVBLICAE Roma and Constantinopolis, enthroned facing, holding between them a wreath inscribed VOT / XXX / MVLT / XXXX; Constantinopolis holding sceptre in l. hand and resting r. foot on prow and Roma holding spear in l. hand. In exergue, SMANS·. C 112. RIC 88. Depeyrot 7/3.
Rare. Several edge marks, possibly traces of mounting, otherwise extremely fine
Ex Gorny & Mosch sale 219, 2014, 501.

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