CONSTANTIUS I AS CAESAR, A.D. 293-305. AV Aureus (4.99 gms), Treveri Mint, A.D. 293-294. NGC Ch MS, Strike: 5/5 Surface: 4/5. RIC-Unlisted; Calico-4847b (this coin illustrated); Depeyrot-2B/4 (this coin). Obverse: Laureate head right; Reverse: Jupiter seated left on throne, holding thunderbolt and scepter; to left, eagle standing left, head and tail right, with wings displayed and wreath in beak; PT. A seemingly <strong>UNIQUE </strong>type, this <strong>INCREDIBLY RARE</strong> specimen also stands as a brilliant and sharply struck piece as well. Bold in its portrait rendition and tremendously flashy in the fields, this example undoubtedly presents the opportunity of a generation and should garner great attention. From the Dr. Michael Rogers Collection.<p>Ex: Leu 83 (5/2002) Lot # 835.<p>Ex: Leu 61 (5/1995) Lot # 302.