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Lot 3729       Roman Silver & Bronze

Estimate $500
SOLD $290

LEO I, (A.D. 457-474), silver siliqua, issued at Constantinople mint, obv. diademed and draped bust to right of Leo I, around DN LEO PE RPET AVG, rev. SAL/ REI/ PVI, within wreath, CONS* in exergue, (S.4338, RIC 646, H.20). Nearly very fine and rare.

Ex. Seaby Coin & Medal Bulletin, September 1982 (C650) and Spink Australia, sale 24 (lot 1565).

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