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Struck A.D.307 - 308 under Maxentius. DIVUS CONSTANTIUS I. Commemorative AE Follis of Ticinum.
Obverse: DIVO CONSTANTIO AVG. Veiled head of Constantius I facing right.
Reverse: MEMORIA DIVI CONSTANTI. Mausoleum or Temple of classical shape with double closed doors embellished with handles in the shape of a ring held in the mouth of a bucranium, apex of roof surmounted by eagle; in exergue, T T.
Diameter: 25mm | Weight: 4.5gms | Die Axis: 12
RIC VI : 97
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Vincent  [Jan 27, 2014 at 03:18 AM]
Just bought this type and yours is much nicer! He has a groggie look!