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AM00162

Constantius II, Gold Solidus

Constantius II (A.D. 337-361), Gold Solidus. Mint of Ticinum, struck as Caesar, A.D. 326. Diademed head facing right, gazing upwards, rev. CONSTANT-IVS CAESAR, Victory advancing left, holding a wreath and a palm, SMT in exergue, 4.37g., 6h (RIC 196; Jameson 372 (this coin); Depeyrot 19/15). A few light marks, good very fine, very rare, and with a wonderful pedigree to the Jameson Collection.

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From the Jameson collection, 372

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