|Ruler(s)/ Period:||Valentinian II|
|Denomination:||Gold plated silver Solidus imitation of Mediolanum (if it was official)|
|Date of Issue:||after 375 AD|
|Obverse:||Diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right. "DN VALENTINIANVS PF AVG"|
|Reverse:||Valentinian and Theodosius seated facing, both nimbate, holding globe between them; behind and betwen them Victory with outstretched wings. "VICTORIA AVGG" In exergue "COM"|
|Reference:||RIC IX 5e|
Fourrée Solidus (gold-plated on silver) with apparently correct matching obverse and reverse. Apart from the obvious hole, presumably so that the coin could be worn as decoration, lines have been scratched over the portrait of Valentinian to show that the coin is false.
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