Only $34.99 per coin!
Roman emperor Constantine I, the Great, 307 - 337 AD, is best known for being the first Christian Roman emperor. According to the Christian historian Eusebius, the turning point for Christianity’s rise in Rome is attributed to the Battle of the Milvian.
- Struck during the reign of Constantine I, between 307-337 AD.
- Comes in Deluxe Folder with Story and Certificate of Authenticity.
- Obverse: Right-facing portrait of Constantine I with veiled head.
- Reverse: Constantine sitting as a charioteer drawn by four horses, with a hand stretched downward from above to receive him up to heaven.
Add one of these beautiful timepieces of Christian history to your collection today!
In 312 before the battle of Milvian Bridge, Constantine had a vision telling him to trust the Christian God. He had his soldiers paint the symbol of the Christogram on their shields. After the victory, Constantine ended the persecution of Christians and made Christianity the state religion.