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Constantius Gallus Centenionalis/AE2

000_9092.JPG000_9091.JPG000_9090.JPG000_9088.JPG000_9087.JPG000_9086.JPG000_9084.JPG000_9083.JPG000_9082.JPG000_9081.JPG000_9079.JPG000_9078.JPG000_9077.JPGConstantius Gallus Centenionalis, Caesar AD 351-354, like RIC 77 for Alexandria mint, except this horseman is bare-headed; Van Meter 4, 21 x 22 mm, 4.9 gms, Obverse: draped bust of Constantius Gallus facing right, DN CONSTANTIVS NOB CAES, Reverse: Roman soldier spearing a fallen horseman (Persian?), FEL TEMP REPARATIO, ALE(gamma) in exergue, the numismatist/dealer from whom I purchased this coin and who grades it VF remarks of it: “Very nice, smooth chocolate brown surfaces; small flan defect in hair at temple. From an old English collection formed over a 40 year interval.” A very attractive and lovely coin, wonderful portrait of the caesar, very detailed reverse, Asking price: $90 includes priority shipping and insurance000_9076.JPG

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