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Nummus - Valentinianus I GLORIA ROMANORVM; Thessalonica mint

Nummus - Valentinianus I (GLORIA ROMANORVM; Thessalonica mint) -  obverse Nummus - Valentinianus I (GLORIA ROMANORVM; Thessalonica mint) -  reverse

Features

Country Rome
Type Standard circulation coin
Years 364-367
Metal Bronze
Weight 2.29 g
Diameter 18 mm
Thickness 1 mm
Shape Round (irregular)
Orientation Coin alignment ↑↓
Demonetized yes
References RIC IX# 16a, Cohen# 12
The Roman Imperial Coinage - Vol. IX
by Pearce, J.W.E.
(Spink & Son Ltd., 1951)
Description historique des monnaies frappées sous l'Empire Romain
by Henry Cohen
(Rollin et Feuardent)

Obverse

Bust of Valentinian I, right, pearl-diademed, draped, cuirassed.

Lettering: DN VALENTINIANVS PF AVG

Translation:
Dominus Noster Valentinianus Pious Felix Augustus
(Our Lord Valentinian II pious fortunate august)

Reverse

Emperor walking right, head turned back, grasping bound captive at the top of the head with right hand, holding labarum with "Chi-Rho" with left hand.
Mintmark in exergue.

Lettering:
GLORIA ROMANORVM
TESB

Translation: To the Glory of the Romans

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Year Mintage G VG F VF XF AU UNC
ND (364-367) TES∆ Thessalonica mint, 4th officina, type i (no fieldmark)
ND (364-367) TESA Thessalonica mint, 1st officina, type i (no fieldmark)
ND (364-367) TESB Thessalonica mint, 2nd officina, type i (no fieldmark)
ND (364-367) TESΓ Thessalonica mint, 3rd officina, type i (no fieldmark)

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