Constantin Ier (307-337). Médaillon d’1 solidus 1/4 (festaureus) 335, 5e officine, Thessalonique.

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NGC MS* 5/5 5/5 (4284680-001). Av. CONSTANTI - NVS MAX AVG. Tête diadémée à droite. Rv. VOTIS XXX dans une couronne ; à l’exergue (atelier).
Calicó 5200 - RIC.207 - Gnecchi 66 - Bastien, Donativa, 81g ; Or - 5,44 g - 25 mm - 12 h
Provient d’une vente Tkalec & Rauch AG, 25 avril 1989, n° 453 puis Numismatic Fine Arts 26, 14 août 1991, n° 281 puis Numismatic Fine Arts 30, 8 décembre 1992, n° 309 et Numismatic Fine Arts & Sotheby’s, 26 octobre 1993, n° 138.
NGC MS* 5/5 5/5 (4284680-001). Avec d’infimes marques de manipulation, ce médaillon montre une légère patine et un portrait magnifique. Presque Fleur de coin.
Ce médaillon en or pèse 1 ¼ de solidus et correspond à un aureus selon l'étalon de poids de la réforme de Dioclétien. À l'époque constantinienne, ces multiples n'étaient émis que lors d'occasions festives à la cour impériale, d’où leur nom germanique de festaureus. L'événement célébré avec notre exemplaire est le 30e anniversaire de règne de Constantin Ier, que l'empereur a célébré en juillet 335 avec de grandes célébrations dans la nouvelle capitale, Constantinopolis, qu'il a nommée d'après son nom
Constantine I (307-337). 1 ¼ Solidus medaillon (festaureus) 335, Fifth workshop, Thessaloniki. Av. CONSTANTI - NVS MAX AVG. Diademed head right. Rv. VOTIS XXX in a wreath; in exergue (workshop). Calicó 5200 - RIC.207 - Gnecchi 66 - Bastien, Donativa, 81g; Gold - 5.44 g - 25 mm - 12 h. Provenance Tkalec & Rauch AG auction, 25 April 1989, n ° 453 then Numismatic Fine Arts n°26 14 August 1991, n ° 281 then Numismatic Fine Arts n° 30 December, 8, 1992, n ° 309 and Numismatic Fine Arts & Sotheby's, 26 October 1993, n ° 138. NGC MS * 5/5 5/5. A magnificent portrait with very light circulation marks and faint patina. Almost Fleur de Coin. This gold medallion weighs 1¼ Solidus and corresponds to an Aureus according to the weight standard of the Diocletian reform. In Constantinian times, these multiples were issued for festive occasions by the Imperial Court, hence their Germanic name of festaureus. Our coin commemorates the 30th anniversary of the reign of Constantine I, which the emperor celebrated in July 335 with grand celebrations in Constantinopolis the new capital he named after himself.
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