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Byzantine Empire Gold Solidus Phocas (602-610 AD) MS NGC (S-620)

Byzantine Empire Gold Solidus Phocas (602-610 AD) MS NGC (S-620)

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This Gold Solidus dates from the reign of the Emperor Phocas (602-610 AD) - well struck with full facial detail. Extremely lustrous with wonderful detail.

Coin Highlights:
  • AV Solidus. 4.48 Grams. Struck at Constantinople. 21 mm.
  • Graded and authenticated as being in Mint State condition by NGC.
  • Strike: 5/5, Surface: 4/5.
  • Obverse: Front view of Byzantine Emperor Phocas.
  • Reverse: Shows "VICTORIA AVCCI" and an angel standing with a P Cross.
  • Sear-620.

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Add a piece of human history to your collection with this Byzantine Emperor Phocas coin struck more than 1,400 years ago! Add this superb coin to your cart today!

MS NGC Byzantine Gold Solidus Emperor Phocas (602-610 AD)
Emperor Phocas (602-610 AD) was the last Emperor of the Byzantine Empire before it fell to the assault Lombards. He reigned from 602-610 AD. The Byzantine Empire was developed in 324 AD by Emperor Constantine I after he conquered Emperor Licinius at the Battle of Chrysopolis. The Byzantine Empire climbed to its height under Emperor Justinian I (527-565 AD) when it recaptured much of the previous Western Roman Empire, including North Africa and Italy. Emperor Phocas was the last Emperor of the Byzantine Empire before it fell to the Lombards in 610.

Emperor Phocas was a usurper and not favored with the individuals or the Senate. He was subsequently overthrown and executed. Emperor Phocas is featured on this Byzantine solidus coin, which was minted during his leadership. The reverse of this Byzantine gold coin shows an angel standing with a P Cross. This excellent coin, struck during Phocas' reign in Constantinople, is graded in Mint State condition by NGC and encapsulated to protect your investment.
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Grade Uncirculated
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Strike 5/5
Surface 4/5

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