Justinian I Byzantine Empire Gold Solidus Constantinople XF (519 527 AD)
527-565, gold solidus, Constantinople mint, (4.67 g), 6th officina, issued 519-527, obv. Bust of Justinian I facing, with plume and diadem, two pearls at each side, wearing cuirass, d N IVSTINI ANVS PP AVC around, rev. Angel facing in tunic and cloak, in right hand long cross composed of dots, globe in left hand cross above, star below, around VICTORI A AVGGG S, CONOB in exergue, S. 139, DOC 8 var, SB 139. Struck on a broad flan , otherwise extremely fine (XF) with mint bloom. Mm, weight - 4.67 gr.
The item "Justinian I Byzantine Empire Gold Solidus Constantinople XF (519 527 AD)" is in sale since Thursday, August 3, 2017. This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ Ancient\Byzantine (300-1400 AD)". The seller is "rokas" and is located in Calgary, Alberta.
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- Geographic Origin: Byzantine Empire
- Provenance: New York Estate
- Cleaned/Uncleaned: Uncleaned