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BM01296

Basil I, Gold Solidus

Basil I, The Macedonian (A.D. 867-886), Gold Solidus. Mint of Constantinople. Christ enthroned facing, wearing a nimbus cruciger, a pallium and colobium, raising His right hand in benediction and holding book of Gospels, rev. facing busts of Basil, on left, and Constantine, on right, both crowned and holding between them a patriarchal cross, 4.37g., 6h (DO 2; S 1704). An exceptional example, perfectly struck and with excellent portraits, good extremely fine and most attractive.

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