Byzantine Empire Gold Solidus Constans II (654-668 AD) MS NGC

Byzantine Empire Gold Solidus Constans II (654-668 AD) MS NGC

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This Gold Byzantine Solidus features the Emperor Constans II with his heir Constantine IV. The dress of these emperors reflects the Greek Orthodox and often includes long beards. This coin is in an extraordinary level of preservation.

Coin Highlights:
  • Solidus struck in Gold. 4.36 grams.
  • Struck at Constantinople.
  • Struck during the reign of the Emperor Constans II, who was Byzantine Emperor from 654-668. He became consul in 642, which made him the last Roman emperor to become consul.
  • NGC has graded this coin as being a Mint State example.
  • Strike: 3/5, Surface: 3/5.
  • Notated with an edge clip.
  • Obverse: Constans II and Constantine IV facing.
  • Reverse: Constans II and Constantine IV facing. cross potent divides.
  • Sear 964.

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