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Probus, Fides Militvm.jpg

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Constantine I

Constantine I SPQR.jpg

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Constantius II

Constantius II Gloria Exercitvs3.jpg

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Gordian III Venus Victrix2.jpg

My lonely Denarii

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Other Late Romans

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SARMATIA DEVICTA - Trier, RIC 435Constantine I

CONSTAN-TINVS AVG, laureate right / SARMATIA DEVICTA, Victory delivering a rather vicious kick to a surprised looking Sarmatian
STR crescent in exergue.

RIC 435, Choice EF
wolfgang336Apr 11, 2021
Constantine I - RIC VI 750 (Trier)Follis, AD 307

Obv: FL VAL CONSTANTINVS N C, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right

Rev: VO / TIS / X in three lines within wreath

15.52 mm, 2.06 grams

Very rare
wolfgang336Feb 28, 2021
Constantine I - RIC 163 AlexandriaAD 313
FL VALER CONSTANTINVS PF AVG, laureate head right / GENIO AVGVSTI, Genius standing facing, head left, holding head of Serapis and cornucopia, ✶ / N / palm branch in left left field, Γ / wreath in right field; ALE in exergue

22.28mm, 4.65g
1 commentswolfgang336Feb 28, 2021
Constantine I, Concord Milit2.jpg
Concord Milit- RIC London 195 (Vol. VI)obv: CONSTANTINVS PF AVG, Laureate, cuirassed bust right
rev: CONCOR-D MILIT, Concordia standing, holding two standards

PLN in exergue- Mint of London
Mid 310 - Late 312

RIC VI 195
wolfgang336Apr 18, 2006
Norbanus Denarius.jpg
C. Norbanus DenariusRome 83 bc.

obv: Diademed head of Venus r., C NORBANVS below, LXXVIIII behind.

rev: Ear of wheat, fasces and caduceus

Crawford 357/1b; Syd- 739; Norbana 2

ex. HJB
2 commentswolfgang336Apr 14, 2006
Gordian III Venus Victrix2.jpg
Gordian III- Venus Victrixobv: IMP GORDIANVS PIVS FEL AVG - Laureate, draped, and cuirassed right
rev: VENVS VICTRIX - Venus standing left, holding globe and sceptre, leaning on shield.

Minted at Rome 240ce. (mistakenly attributed to 241)
20mm, 2.6g
RIC 131 (Rare); Cohen 347
wolfgang336Apr 14, 2006
Constantine Providentiae Avgg, Arles.jpg
Providentiae Avgg RIC Arles 30varAE Follis 313ce

[IMP] CONSTANTINVS PF AVG, bust left, cuir., laureate, shield over left shoulder, spear over right

PROVIDE-NT-IAE AVGG, female figure (possibly Moneta) on prow, holding cornucopia, facing what must be the personification of Arles, who is holding a standard (Ben informs me that this may be a symbol of Constantine's Italian victory).

QARL in exergue

3.57g, 21.4mm
RIC Arles 30

This particular issue is quite unusual with this obverse type, however I am aware of one other in existence. The symbolism of this type and it's partner, VTILITAS PVBLICA, is rather special. On the VTILITAS issue, Moneta is on prow also, but facing away from the figure (probably the personification of Ostia) on the shore, as if departing. On the Providentiae issue, Moneta is depicted as arriving at Arles. An interesting oddity of my example however: On most of these coins, the figure on shore is not wearing a turreted headdress, while on this example, she is.
4 commentswolfgang336Dec 07, 2005
pop romanvs.jpg
pop romanvsobv: POP ROMANVS, the genius of Rome, left
rev: Anepigraphic, but for a Star, with CONSS below, all within wreath
ex HJB 145 Buy or Bid

2 commentswolfgang336Nov 19, 2005
Constantine I, Gloria Romanorvm.jpg
Gloria Romanorvm- Constantinople- RIC 23Obv: CONSTANTINVS MAX AVG
Rev: GLORIA ROMANORVM Roma seated l. holding Victory on globe and scepter;
CONS in ex., in field l..

327-8 AD, 3.11g. officina =3(s),
RIC-23, C-263 (3 Fr.).
Reduced follis.

Scarce reverse type which was used on bronze coins only at Constantinople and on gold coins (mostly multiples) at Constantinople, Trier and Nicomedia. 0
4 commentswolfgang336Aug 28, 2005
Tacitus, Fides Militvm.jpg
Tacitus- Fides MilitvmSilvered antoninianus
Rome mint, 275 - 276 A.D.

IMP C M CL TACITVS AVG, radiate draped and cuirassed bust right
FIDES MILITVM, Fides standing left, holding two standards
XXIS in exergue

RIC 87, aEF, 3.835g, 24.1mm, 180o,
Excellent centering, full silvering.

Ex. Forum

1 commentswolfgang336Jun 22, 2005
Constantine Virtvs Exercit.jpg
VIRTVS EXERCIT- RIC Aquileia 48Constantine I

obv: CONSTA-NTINVS AVG, Helmeted, cuirassed bust right
rev: VIRTVS EXERCIT, VOT XX on standard, with two captives

S-F in fields, AQP in exergue- Aquileia mint, Prime officina

RIC VII Aquileia 48
wolfgang336Jun 11, 2005
gloria perpet2.jpg
Gloria Perpet- RIC Rome 14- R3Constantine I Half Follis
obv: IMP CONSTANTINVS PF AVG, bare head rt.
rev: GLORIA PERPET, two victories walking rt. standard between
RP in exergue
RIC 14 (R3); Vagi 3128; Cayon 532 (15, 000 Ptas)

This type was only struck at two mints: Rome and Trier. Both are very rare.
3 commentswolfgang336Apr 05, 2005

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gloria perpet2.jpg
Gloria Perpet- RIC Rome 14- R3Constantine I Half Follis
obv: IMP CONSTANTINVS PF AVG, bare head rt.
rev: GLORIA PERPET, two victories walking rt. standard between
RP in exergue
RIC 14 (R3); Vagi 3128; Cayon 532 (15, 000 Ptas)

This type was only struck at two mints: Rome and Trier. Both are very rare.
3 commentswolfgang336
Constantine I Gloria Exercitvs.jpg
GLORIA EXERCITVS- ConstantinopleEx. Forum- Bronze AE3, RIC 22, VF, 2.82g, 19.4mm, 180o, Constantinople mint, 327-328 A.D.; obverse CONSTANTI-NVS MAX AVG, rosette diademed head right; reverse GLORIA EXERCITVS, Soldier standing left, head right, resting left hand on shield and holding inverted spear in right, Γ in left field, CONS in exergue; soldier's face on reverse not fully struck; rare type1 commentswolfgang336
Constantine I VOT XX Radiate~1.jpg
Votive- Ticinium RIC 131obv: CONSTAN-TINVS AVG
radiate bust right
VOT XX in wreath, star in center.

ST in exergue- Ticinium Mint, Second officina

RIC VII 131- R2

The radiate crown is quite difficult to find in any condition on almost any types of Constantine.

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