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Constantius I, Silver Argenteus

Constantius I (A.D. 305-306), Silver Argenteus. Mint of Serdica, struck A.D. 305-6. CONSTAN-TIVS AVG, laureate head facing right, rev. VIRTVS MILITVM, camp-gate with three turrets, SMSDΔ in exergue, 3.35g., 12h (G. Gautier, 'Le monnayage d'argent de Serdica après la réforme de Dioclétien' RN XXXIII, 1991, 25; RIC 11a var.). A rare issue of Constantius as Augustus, well-struck and with iridescent toning, superb extremely fine.

Provenance:

Ex Triton X, 9 January 2007, lot 767

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