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AD 641-668 Constans II Gold Solidus

Figures of Heraklios and Tiberius standing either side of cross potent on plinth of three steps CONOB below for mint Constantinople VICTO AVGU A Reverse

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£695.00
A collectable and fascinating gold Solidus of the Byzantine ruler Constans the Second struck at the Constantinople mint (modern day Istanbul, Turkey) between the years AD 641 and AD 668. The obverse shows the two crowned facing busts of Constans II left with a long beard, and Constantine right un-bearded, the reverse shows standing figures of Heraklios and Tiberius standing either side of the cross potent on a plinth of three steps. Constans was known for letting Egypt to be lost to the Arabs a big blow to his empire. A very high grade ‘eye catching’ gold coin to add to any collection.
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Obverse

Crowned facing busts of Constant II left with long beard and son Constantine IV right beardless both wearing ‘chlamys’ small cross between crowns.

Reverse

Figures of Heraklios and Tiberius standing either side of cross potent on plinth of three steps CONOB below for mint Constantinople VICTO AVGU A