CONSTANTIUS II GOLD SOLIDUS – RARE AD 326 EMISSION FROM TRIER WHILE SERVING AS CAESAR – CHOICE AU NGC GRADED ROMAN IMPERIAL COIN (Inv. 10589)
ROMAN EMPIRE. CONSTANTIUS II, AD 337-361
Gold solidus, 4.50 g., 10 mm. Struck in AD 326 at Trier (Treveri) while Constantius was serving as caesar.
Obv. FL IVL CONSTAN TIVS NOB CAES, laureate head of Constantius right.
Rev. PRINCIPI IV VENTVTIS, Constantius standing right, holding spear and globe, TR in exergue.
RIC VIII 501; Depeyrot 32/5; Biaggi 2155.
NGC graded CHOICE AU, Strike 5/5, Surface 4/5, an attractive and rare emission, with only 4 other specimens listed in the auction records for the last 15 years.