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Gratian, Gold Solidus

Gratian (A.D. 367-383), Gold Solidus. Mint of Thessalonica, struck A.D. 378-83. D N GRATIA-NVS P F AVG, pearl-diademed, draped and cuirassed bust facing right, rev. VICTOR-IA AVGG, two emperors seated facing holding a globe between them, half-length figure of Victory, with wings outspread, above and behind them, a palm between them below, TESOB in exergue, 4.12g., 6h (RIC 34a; C 38). Light reddish toning over residual lustre, extremely fine and rare.

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