Byzantine Gold Constans II, Constant. IV (654-668 AD) MS NGC
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Product DetailsThis Gold Solidus was issued by the Byzantine Empire which later became Constantinople (modern day Istanbul).
- Gold Byzantine Solidus in Mint State condition.
- Struck during the joint reign of the Emperors Constans II and Constantine IV (A.D. 654-668). Constans II, who was also known as Constantine the Bearded, was Byzantine Emperor from 641-668. He became consul in 642, which made him the last Roman emperor to become consul. Constans II reigned jointly with his son Constantine IV from 654-668, and this coin was issued during that time.
- Certified and authenticated as Mint State (clipped) by NGC.
- Obverse: Shows a fully bearded Constans at left, with Constantine next to him.
- Reverse: Features a cross potent atop three steps. Two phrases are also shown on the reverse: "CONOB" which is an abbreviation of the Greek for "Byzantine coinage," and "VICTORIA AVGY."
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