Byzantine Empire - AD 565-578 Justin II AV Solidus NGC Choice AU (huge flan!)

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Strike 4/5; Surface 4/5 "clipped" but struck on a huge flan! Justin II (565-578 AD) gold solidus struck at Constantinople, 10th officina between 567-578 AD. The obverse features DN I-VSTI-NVS PP AVG around the pearl-diademed, helmeted, and cuirassed bust of Justin facing front, holding in right hand small figure of crowning Victory on globe, and on left arm an ornamental shield with horseman motif. The reverse features VICTORI-A AVCCC around Constantinopolis seated facing right, holding scepter or spear and globus cruciger, star in left field, I//CONOB. Sear 345. MIBE5. Struck on a broad flan. (4.38g)

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Ancient Year Range 501-600 AD
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Numeric Denomination AV Solidus
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Holder Variety Strike 4/5; Surface 4/5 "clipped" & struck on a huge flan
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