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Constantius II, Victory with Two Wreaths reverse, Scarce!

Æ 4; 17mm/1.8gm  Struck ca. 347 AD

Con/ Some roughness on the obverse, otherwise, Very Fine; glossy green patina, crisp image of Victory

Obv/ CONSTANTIVS PF AVG; rosette-diad., dr. and cuir. bust right

Rev/  VICTOR-IA AVGG; Victory advancing left, head turned right, holding wreath in each hand. Chi-Rho in right field.

Siscia Mint/ star ESIS star in exergue

Ref/ RIC Vol VIII, 181, Siscia

Seller's Note/ Scarce, indeed! This is one of those LRBCs that everyone is wishing to add to their collection but cannot find. As best my memory serves, this is only the third example that we have spotted in the last 30 years...just saying.

As I have so little time these days, this issue was cleaned for us by one of our NRC friends, R Ward. Not bad, eh? :-)

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