Byzantine Empire AV Solidus Justinian I (527-565 AD) XF NGC S-140

Byzantine Empire AV Solidus Justinian I (527-565 AD) XF NGC S-140

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It is difficult to say when exactly the Roman personage of Victory, Victoria, was abandoned by the Roman Empire. It can be said culturally that the Victory pictured on the reverse of this coin may have been interpreted as an angel.

Coin Highlights:
  • Gold solidus, 4.42 grams, 20 mm, Constantinople minted AD 527-565.
  • Grade of Extra Fine by NGC authenticates and protects the condition of the coin.
  • Strike: 5/5. Surface: 1/5. Notated with punch marks and as having been clipped.
  • Obverse: Helmeted and cuirassed bust of Justinian, facing, holding a globus cruciger and a shield.
  • Reverse: Angel standing, facing, holding a globe and a P cross, star at right.
  • Sear 140.

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