Byzantine Empire, Eudocia, 1067, Histamenon Nomisma, Constantinople, NGC graded


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Byzantine Empire. Eudocia, 1067 with Michael VII and Constantius. AV Histamenon Nomisma; 26mm, 4.39 g.; Constantinople mint.
Obverse: Christ Pantokrator enthroned facing //
Reverse: Crowned facing figures of Eudocia, holding jeweled scepter, standing facing on suppedion, flanked by her sons Michael, to left, holding globus cruciger and akakia, and Constantius, to right, holding akakia and globus cruciger, all wearing loros.

DOC 1; Füeg II 1.y; SB 1857.

Lustrous, attractive red-gold toning, well centered and struck. TOP POP. The finest graded and rare.
NGC graded MS ★, Strike: 5/5, Surface: 4/5.

Graded NGC Yes
Grade MS*
Certificate Number 6057862-008
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Provenance Details

From the Gasvoda Collection. Ex Heritage 3094 (19 August 2021), lot 34332

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