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Lot # 240 - Auction is closed.Estimate: US$1000 / Price Realized: US$1500
Arcadius. Solidus
Arcadius. 383-408 AD. Solidus, 4.42g. (1h). Sirmium, 402-408 AD. Obv: D N ARCADI - VS P F AVG Pearl-diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right, seen from front. Rx: VICTOR - IA AVGGG A Emperor standing right in military dress, holding vexillum and Victory on globe, placing foot on bearded captive who falls to his knees before him, COMOB in exergue, S - M across field. Depeyrot 35/1 (p. 213, 4 spec. with officina A). RIC IX, 14b (S), new officina A=1. Near Mint State.

Though dated to 402-408 AD by Depeyrot, this solidus and lot 243 below are not to be found in RIC X, pp. 239-40, but only in RIC IX, pp. 160-2, where they are dated to 393-5 AD.
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