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My collection of bronze coins of Constantine the Great
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#1) Silver Denarius of Antoninus Pius, A.D. 138-161
Rome mint, A.D. 159-160
RIC 301
Obverse: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XXIII
Reverse: PACI AVG COS IIII - Pax, standing, facing left, holding downward-pointing laurel branch in right hand and scepter in left.
18 mm, 3.1 g.
SOLD
Antoninus Pius #2) Provincial Bronze (AE29) of Caracalla, A.D. 198-217
Thrace, Pautalia
Moushmov 4103, var.
Obverse: AVT K AVRH ANTΩNEINOC.
Reverse: OYΛIΠAC ΠAYTAΛIAC - Herakles (Hercules), nude, standing, facing left, holding lion skin (and bow?) in left hand and resting right hand on club.
29 mm, 12.8 g.
SOLD
Caracalla
#3) Small Bronze Nummis (a.k.a. Follis) of Constans, A.D. 337 - 350
Rome mint, A.D. 337-340
RIC 26
Obverse: D N FL CONSTANS AVG
Reverse: SECVRITAS REI P - Securitas, standing, facing right, legs crossed, leaning on column and holding scepter.
R*[Q?] in exergue.
16 mm, 1.6 g.
SOLD
Constans
#4) Bronze Nummis (a.k.a. Follis) of Constans, A.D. 337-350
Siscia mint, A.D. 348-350
RIC 238
Obverse: D N CONSTA-NS P F AVG
Reverse: FEL TEMP REPARATIO - Emperor on galley, holding laborum (standard with Chi-Rho) in left hand and phoenix on globe in right. Galley steered by Victory (at helm).
BSIS[upside-down U] in exergue.
18 mm, 2.3 g.
SOLD
Constans
#5) Bronze Nummus (a.k.a., "Follis") of Constantine I ("the Great"), A.D. 307 - 337
Rome mint, A.D. 307
RIC 201 (Scarce)
Obverse: CONSTANTINVS P F AVG.
Reverse: CONSERVATO-RES VRB SVAE - Hexastyle temple, wreath in pediment; inside: Roma, seated, facing left, holding globe and scepter, shield at side.
R[star]Q in exergue.
25 x 28 mm, 6.1 g.
SOLD
Constantine the Great
#6) Bronze Nummus of Constantine I, ("the Great"), (A.D. 307-337).
London mint, A.D. 310 - 312.
RIC 133 (Scarce)
Obv: CONSTANINVS P F AVG.
Rev: ADVEN-TVS AVG - Prince on horse, holding spear and raising right hand; captive in front.
PLN in exergue; [star] in right field.
22 mm, 3.1 g.
SOLD
Constantine the Great
#7) Bronze Nummus (a.k.a., "Follis") of Constantine I ("the Great"), A.D. 307 - 337
Rome mint, A.D. 318-319
RIC 146
Obverse: CONST-ANTINVS  AVG.
Reverse: ROMAE A-ETERNAE - Roma, seated, facing right, holding shield inscribed X/V
RS in exergue; P in left field, R in right.
20 mm, 3.1 g.
SOLD
Constantine the Great
#8) Bronze Nummus of Constantine I ("the Great"), A.D. 307-337
Heraclea mint, A.D. 321-324
RIC 51
Obverse: IMP C VAL CONSTANTINVS P F AVG - Radiate bust, facing right.
Reverse: IOVI CONS-ERVATORI - Jupiter standing, nude except for chlamys over shoulder, leaning on eagle-tipped scepter and holding Victory on globe in right hand; eagle with wreath on ground in front, captive behind.
SMHA in exergue; star over IIM [lignate] in right field.
20 mm, 3.0 g.
$30
Constantine the Great
#9) Bronze Nummis, a.k.a. Follis, of Constantine II, as Caesar, (A.D. 337-340)
Siscia mint, A.D. 317
RIC 37
Obverse: CONSTANTINVS IVN NOB CAES
Reverse: CLARITAS R-EPVBLICAE - Sol, nude except for chlamys hanging from shoulder, standing, facing left, raising right hand and holding globe in left.
ASIS in exergue.
19 mm, 2.2 g.
SOLD
Constantine II
#10) Bronze Nummus (AE3) of Constantine II, as Caesar, (A.D. 337 - 340)
Arles Mint, A.D. 317
RIC 120
Obverse: CONSTANTINVS IVN NOB C.
Reverse: CLARIT-A-S REIPVB - Sol running left, chlamys flowing behind, holding globe.
[PARL off flan]; R in left field, S in right.
18 mm, 2.9 g.
$20
Constantine II
#11) (Bronze) AE2 of Constantius II, A.D. 337-361
Cyzicus mint, A.D. 351-354
RIC 92
Obverse: D N CONSTAN-TIVS P F AVG
Reverse: FEL TEMP RE-PARATIO - Soldier spearing fallen enemy horseman (var. A).
SMKA in exergue; Γ in left field.
24x22mm, 5.4 g.
SOLD
Constantius II
#12) (Bronze) AE3 of Constantius II, A.D. 337-361
Siscia mint, A.D. 355-361
RIC 407
Obverse: D N CONSTAN-TIVS P F AVG
Reverse: SPES REI-PVBLICE - Emperor in military dress and helmet, holding globe in right hand and spear in left.
ΓSISR in exergue.
16 mm, 2.6 g.
SOLD
Constantius II
#13) Provincial Bronze (AE24) of Diadumenian, A.D. 217-218
Moesia Inferior, Nikopolis ad Istrum
Moushmov 1356
Obverse: M OΠEΛ ΔIAΔYMENIANOC.
Reverse: VΠ CTA ΛONΓINOY NIKOΠOΛITΩN ΠPOC I[CT?] - Tyche, standing facing left, holding cornucopiae and resting hand on rudder. (Magistrate: Statius Longinus)
24 mm, 10.4 g.
$50
Diadumenian
#14) Provincial Bronze (AE18) of Elagabalus, A.D. 218-222
Thrace, Philippolis
Moushmov 5423
Obverse: AVT K MAYP ANTΩNINOC.
Reverse: [ΦIΛIΠ]ΠOΛITΩN NEΩKOPΩ[N] - Serpent entwined tripod (celebrating the Neokorus of the city along with a festival of Pythia)
18 mm, 4.3 g.
SOLD
Elagabalus
#15) Provincial Bronze (AE26) of Elagabalus, A.D. 218-222
Moesia Inferior, Markianopolis
Moushmov 633
Obverse: AVT K M AVPHΛIOC ANTΩNEINOC.
Reverse: VΠ IOVΛ ANT CEΛEV-KOV MAPKIANOΠO; ΛITΩN in exergue - Homonoia, standing, facing left, holding patera and cornucopiae. (Magistrate: Julius Antonius Seleukus.)
26 mm, 11.1 g.
$35
Elagabalus
#16) Bronze As of Faustina II, a.k.a. Faustina Jr., A.D. 146-174/5
Rome mint, A.D. 145-146
RIC (Antoninus Pius) 1391
Obverse: FAVSTINA AVGVSTA.
Reverse: AVGVSTI PII FIL - Salus, seated, facing left, holding scepter and feeding snake, coiled around altar, from patera.
SC in exergue.
25 mm, 11.2 g.
$50
Faustina II
#17) Bronze Nummus (a.k.a. Follis) of Galerius, A.D. 305 - 311
Cyzicus Mint, A.D. 308 - 310
RIC 44
Obverse: GAL MAXIMIANVS P F AVG.
Reverse: GENIO IMP-ERATORIS - Genius, modius on head, nude except for chlamys over left shoulder, holding cornucopiae and pouring wine from patera.
MKV in exergue; A in left field.
27 mm, 6.9 g.
SOLD
Galerius
#18) Bronze Nummis (a.k.a. Follis) of Galerius, A.D. 305 - 311
Herclea mint, A.D. 308-309
RIC 37a
Obverse: IMP C GAL VAL MAXIMIANVS P F AVG
Reverse: GENIO IMP-E-RATORIS - Genius, nude, with chlamys draped over arm, holding patera in right hand and cornucopiae in left.
[dot]HTA[dot] in exergue.
26x28mm, 5.4 g.
SOLD
Galerius
#19) (Bronze) AE4 of Leo I, A.D. 457 - 474
Constantinople Mint
RIC 674
Obverse: D N LEO P F AVG
Reverse: No legend. Lion crouching, facing left, head turned right, within wreath.
CON in exergue.
11 mm, 1.1 g.
SOLD
Leo I
#20) Provincial Bronze (AE17) of Lucius Verus, (A.D. 161-168).
Bithynia, Nicomedia.
Unpublished, but variant of RPC online, temporary number 6077, attributed to Marcus Aurelius. See also Rec. Gen., plate XCI.4 (rev.)
Obv: AV K Λ AVP OVHPOC.
Rev: NIKOMHΔΕIAC - Demeter, standing left, hodling patera and long torch.
17 mm, 4.2 g.
$25
Lucius Verus
#21) Provincial Bronze (AE28) of Macrinus, A.D. 217-218
Moesia Inferior, Nikopolis ad Istrum
Moushmov 1215; Lindgrun 719
Obverse: AVT K M OΠEΛ CEV-H MAKPINOC.
Reverse: VΠ CTA ΛONΓINOV NIKOΠOΛITΩN ΠPOC ICT - Apollo, nude, standing left at flaming altar, sacrificing with patera and holding branch. (Magistrate: Statius Longinus)
28 mm, 13.3 g.
$35
Macrinus #22) Provincial (AE27) of Macrinus, A.D. 217-218
Moesia Inferior, Nikopolis ad Istrum
Moushmov 1260
Obverse: AV K OΠΠEΛ CE-VH MAKPINOC.
Reverse: VΠ AΓPIΠΠA NIKOΠOΛITΩN ΠPOC ICT Π; Ω in exergue - Homonoia, standing, facing left, holding cornucopiae and sacrificing with patera at flaming altar. (Magistrate: Claudius Agrippa)
27 mm, 9.5 g.
SOLD
Macrinus
#23) Bronze Nummis, a.k.a. Follis, of Maximinus II "Daia", A.D. 310-313
Antioch mint, A.D. 312
RIC 164b
Obverse: IMP C GAL VAL MAXIMINVS P F AVG
Reverse: GENIO AVGVSTI - Genius, nude with chlamys draped over arm, holding cornucopiae in right arm and head of Sol in left.
ANT in exergue; Star in left field, H in right.
21 mm, 4.6 g.
SOLD
Maximinus II #24) Silver (Billon*) Antoninianus, a.k.a. Double Denarius, of Saloninus, as Caesar, (A.D. 260)
Lugdunum (possibly Cologne**) mint, A.D. 258 - 260
RIC 9
Obverse: SALON VALERIANVS CAES.
Reverse: PIETAS AVG - Sacrificial implements.
24 x 20 mm, 3.6 g.
SOLD
Saloninus
#25) Silver denarius of Septimius Severus, (A.D. 193-211).
Rome mint, A.D. 202-210.
RIC 278.
Obv: SEVERVS PIVS AVG.
Rev: LIBERALITAS AVG VI - Liberalitas standing left, holding account board and cornucopiae.
19 mm, 3.1 g.
$45
Septimius Severus

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