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The Roman Empire would debase its currency in times of crisis to raise government revenue. In times of great crisis, a shell of Silver would be applied to base metal coins to give them the appearance of being Silver by the Roman Mints.
- Roman Billon Nummus Emperor Constantine II, son of Constantine the Great.
- Issued as Caesar. Struck at Heraclea.
- Authenticated and graded Choice About Uncirculated by NGC.
- Notated with Silvering by NGC.
- Obverse: Constantine II laureate facing left.
- Reverse: Camp gate surmounted by two turrets.
- RIC VII 96.
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