|Issuer||Duchy of Tuscany (Lombardic Duchy of Tuscany)|
|Type||Standard circulation coin|
|Value||1 Solidus = 3 Tremissis (3)|
Numista type number (https://numista.com)
Crowned, draped, and bearded bust holding cross and surrounded by legend.
Lettering: D N CONSTAN - TINVS PP AV
Dominus Noster Constans Perpetuus Augustus
Our Lord, Constans, perpetual August
Cross on four steps without symbol to the right, all surrounded by legend.
VTORI - A AVCC
Victoria Augustus / Constantinople
Victory of the August / Constantinople
While this coin has design features similar to coins within the Lombard Kingdom, the specific area is uncertain. With the design being slightly different from issues of Lombardy, Tuscany, and Benevento, one theory is that this type came from the Duchy of Spoleto, which otherwise had no known coins. Even so, that is just a theory. Out of the other three places, this coin is most similar to ones from Tuscany, which is why it will be listed here.
The date is also unknown, so with this coin being listed with the pseudo-imperial coins of Tuscany, it will be given the largest date-range possible (starting at when Constans II came into power).
|ND (641-700)||Only one example known|
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