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My collection of bronze coins of Constantine the Great
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#1) Silver tetradrachm of Alexander the Great (336-323 B.C.)
Macedonia, Amphipolis, 336 - 323 B.C. (lifetime issue).
Price 59.
Obv: Head of Herakles, wearing lion skin.
Rev: AΛEΞANΔPOY - Zeus on throne, holding eagle and sceptre. Horse's head, left field.
27 mm, 16.5 g.
$350
Alexander the Great #2) Greek silver tetradrachm.
Attica, Athens, (ca. 454 - 404 B.C.)
SNG Cop 31; Kroll 8.
Obv: Bust of helmeted Athena. Rectangular counter mark on neck.
Rev: AΘE - Owl standing right with head facing, crescent moon and olive sprig behind, all within incuse square. Test cut.
26 mm, 15.2 g.
SOLD
Athens
#3) Greek silver tetradrachm.
Attica, Athens, (ca. 480-413 B.C.)
S-2526.
Obv: Bust of helmeted Athena.
Rev: Owl with crescent moon and tree branch behind, all within incuse square. 2 test cuts.
21 x 23 mm, 16.7 g.
SOLD
Athens Tetradrachm #4) Bronze Nummus of Constantine I ("the Great"), (A.D. 307 - 337).
Rome mint, A.D. 312-313
RIC 350a.
Obv: IMP CONSTANTINVS P F AVG.
Rev: S P Q R OPTIMO PRINCIPI - 3 standards, the left topped with a hand, the middle with an eagle, and the right with a wreath.
RS in exergue.
24 x 22 mm, 5.2 g.
SOLD
Constantine the Great
#5) 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, hodling spear; captive in front.
PLN in exergue; [star] in right field.
22 mm, 3.1 g.
$75
Constantine the Great
#6) Bronze Nummus of Constantine I, ("the Great"), (A.D. 307-337).
Treveri (Trier) mint, A.D. 310 - 313.
RIC 885 (rare).
Obv: CONSTANINVS P F AVG - Constantine in high-crested helmet.
Rev: MARTI CONSERVATORI - Bust of Mars, helmeted and cuirassed.
[No mint mark]
24mm, 3.0 g.
$50
Constantine the Great
#7) Bronze Half-Follis of Constantine I ("the Great"), (A.D. 307-337).
Rome mint, A.D. 312-313.
RIC 356 (known only for this mint).
Obv: FL VAL CONSTANTINVS AVG.
Rev: PACI P-ERPET - Pax (Peace) with standard, holding branch upright.
R[S?] in exergue; XII (mark of value) in left field.
18 mm, 1.8 g.
$75
Constantine the Great #8) Bronze Nummus (AE3) of Constantine II, as Caesar, (A.D. 337 - 340).
Arles Mint, A.D. 317.
RIC 120.
Obv: CONSTANTINVS IVN NOB C.
Rev: CLARIT-A-S REIPVB - Sol running left, chlamys flowing behind, holding globe.
[PARL off flan]; R in left field, S in right.
18mm, 2.9 g.
$25
RIC 120
#9) Bronze Nummus of Diocletian, (A.D. 284 - 305).
Siscia mint, A.D. 299.
RIC 108a.
Obv: IMP DIOCLETIANVS P F AVG.
Rev: GENIO POP-VLI ROMANI - Genius, modius on head, nude except for chlamys hanging from shoulder, holding patera and cornucopiae.
SIS in exergue; Γ in right field.
28 mm, 9.9 g.
SOLD
Diocletian
#10) Bronze Nummus (a.k.a. Follis) of Galerius, as Caesar, (A.D. 305 - 311).
Antioch Mint, A.D. 300 - 301.
RIC 55b.
Obv: GAL VAL MAXIMINVS NOB CAES.
Rev: GENIO POPV-LI ROMANI - Genius, modius on head, nude except for chlamys over left shoulder, holding cornucopiae and pouring wine from patera.
ANT in exergue; K in left field; E over V in right.
27 mm, 10.5 g.
SOLD
Galerius
#11) Bronze Nummus (a.k.a. Follis) of Galerius, (A.D. 305 - 311).
Cyzicus Mint, A.D. 308 - 310.
RIC 44.
Obv: GAL MAXIMIANVS P F AVG.
Rev: 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.
$40
Galerius #12) Silver denarius of Geta, as Caesar, (A.D. 209-212).
Rome mint, A.D. 200-202.
RIC 15(b) (scarce).
Obv: P SEPT GETA CAES PONT.
Rev: PRINC IVVENT - Geta, standing left, holding branch and spear.
20x18mm, 3.0 g.
SOLD
Geta
#13) Silver (portrait) denarius of Julius Caesar, (dictator for life, 44 B.C.).
Minted February-March, 44 B.C.
RSC 39; Cr. 480/13; S-362
Obv:  DICT PERPETVO - CAESAR - Veiled laurate head of Julius Caesar.
Rev:  P SEPULLIVS MACER - Venus standing left holding Victory and sceptre; shield at base.
18x20 mm, 3.2 g.
$3,500
Julius Caesar #14) Provincial Bronze 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.
$30
Lucius Verus
#15) Silver (billon) provincial tetradrachm of Nero, (A.D. 54-68).
Egypt, Alexandria, A.D. 65-66.
RPC I 5289; Milne 238.
Obv: NERΩ KΛAV KAIΣ ΣEB ΠEP
Rev: AYTO-KRA - Alexandria, wearing elephant skin headdress.
LIB (year 12) in right field.
23 mm, 10.3 g.
$40
Nero #16) Silver (billon) provincial tetradrachm of Philip I, (A.D. 244-249).
Syria, Antioch, A.D. 248-249, (4th consulship).
Prieur 444.
Obv: AVTOK K M IOVΛI ΦIΛΠΠOC CEB.
Rev: DHMAPX EZOVIAC VΠACO Δ - Eagle, facing left, holding wreath in beak.
ANTIOXIA/SC in two lines in exergue.
26 mm, 10.4 g.
SOLD
Philip I
#17) Silver (Billon) Antoninianus of Salonina, (A.D. 254 - 268).
Mediolanum mint, A.D. ca. 260 - 268.
RIC 68.
Obv: CORN SALONINA AVG.
Rev: VESTA - Vesta, standing, left, holding patera and scepter.
22 x 20 mm, 2.9 g.
SOLD
Salonina #18) Silver (Billon) Antoninianus of Saloninus, as Caesar, (A.D. 260)
Lugdunum (or Cologne?) mint, A.D. 258 - 260.
RIC 9.
Obv: SALON VALERIANVS CAES.
Rev: PIETAS AVG - Sacrificial implements.
24 x 20 mm, 3.6 g.
$75
Saloninus
#19) 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.
$50
Septimius Severus #20) Silver (Billon) Antoninianus ofTacitus, (A.D. 275-276).
Ticinum mint.
RIC 167, var.
Obverse: IMP C M CL TACITVS AVG.
Rev: SPE-S PVBLICA - Victory, on left, presenting wreath to Tacitus, holding scepter.
P in exergue (unlisted officina).
24mm, 4.4g.
SOLD
Tacitus
#21) Billon Antoninianus (Double Denarius) of Valerian, (A.D. 253-260).
Moesia, Viminacium, A.D. 254-255.
RIC 218(Scarce).
Obv: IMP C P LIC VALERIANVS AVG.
Rev: PACATORI ORBIS - Jupiter, seated, with patera and scepter; eagle at feet.
22 x 19 mm, 3.4 g.
SOLD
Valerian
#22) Silver denarius of Vespasian (A.D. 69-79).
Macedonia, Philippi, A.D. 69-70.
RIC 317 (Rare).
Obv: IMP CAES VESPAS AVG.
Rev: PACI ORB TERRA - Turreted bust. Φ behind bust.
18 mm, 2.8 g.
$150
Vespasian

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