SKU: 6182

£1,150.00

Boldly struck in excellent metal, the features well defined, clear and sharp, a lustrous piece.

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Constantius I (AD 293-305), silver Argenteus, AD 294, Rome mint. Obv. Laureate head facing right. Rev. The four tetrarchs sacrificing over tripod before city enclosure with six turrets. 3.27g, die axis 11h (Sear Unlisted (RCV IV); RIC VI 29a). Boldly struck in excellent metal, the portrait quite imposing, the features well defined, clear and sharp, a lustrous piece, choice. As Struck.

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Sear Unlisted (RCV IV); RIC VI 29a

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