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ROMAN EMPIRE, Julian II, AE3 Heraclea 355-363 AD
Julian II, 355-363 AD AE3 * Scarce
Obv: FL CL IVLI-NVS P F AVG - Helmeted, diademed bust left, cuirassed holding spear and shield.
Rev: VOT X MVLT XX ("I promise ten years and perhaps twenty." Obv: D N) Within wreath on four lines; in exe: HERACLA.
Mint: Heraclea, struck: Between November 3rd 361 and June 26th 363 AD. Workshop A
Size: (c) 20mm. Weight: 2.95 grams. Patina: Very dark green, near-black: beautiful. Grade: VF
RIC VIII, 106. Scarce, page 438 - LRBC #1908.3.55g
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Gavignano  [Mar 24, 2007 at 12:13 AM]
a nice VF for this coin, and a nice flan, is scarce indeed
Marjan E  [Jun 08, 2007 at 04:21 AM]
Nice characterization!
IVLIANVS  [Jan 08, 2008 at 05:37 AM]
I know one example better: (...)
*Alex  [May 23, 2011 at 09:42 PM]
Great coin, but I don't think that the engraver liked poor Julian, either that or he couldn't do faces ...
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