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AE Constantine I AE3 307-337 A.D. (3.1g) Siscia mint 319 A.D. O: CONSTANTINVS AVG, Constantine left, wearing high crested helmeted, cuirass, carrying spear and shield; RIC 84 (Siscia) R: VICT LAETAE PRINC PERP, two Victories holding shield inscribed VOT PR on altar, S on altar, •ESIS• in ex. G: VERY RARE - R3; EXTREMELY FINE S: Roma Numismatics

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Constantine and Family

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I like the obverse on this. Can't say I am familiar with this style.


You cornering the market on Roma Numismatics coins?

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I've put a lot of quid in his pockets these past couple of months, but he does seem to have gotten hold of a nice hoard with some spectacular late Roman coins. It's so hard to get really nice late Roman I decided to jump right into the deep end and grab as many as I could. They are better in hand (though isn't that almost always the case), but some are so sharp they must have come straight from the mint. Hopefully not a modern Bulgarian mint . . . lol. -c
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