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CM03903

Constantius II, Gold Solidus

Constantius II (A.D. 337-361), Gold Solidus. Mint of Thessalonica, struck A.D. 355-61. D N CONSTAN-TIVS P F AVG, pearl-diademed head facing right, rev. GLORIA REI PVBLICAE, Roma, holding a spear, and Constantinopolis, holding a sceptre and resting her right foot on a prow, enthroned, supporting between them a wreath inscribed VOT / XXXX, TES between two stars in exergue, 4.39g., 12h (RIC 198; Depeyrot 14/4). Sharply struck from fresh dies, with a good portrait and a particularly well-detailed reverse, lustrous, extremely fine and rare.

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