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The dynasty is named after its most famous member, Constantine the Great, who became sole ruler of the Roman Empire in 324 AD.
- Roman AE Nummus of Emperor Crispus, the son of Constantine the Great.
- Struck at Sirmium.
- Authenticated and graded AU by NGC.
- Obverse: Laureate bust right.
- Reverse: Victory advancing right holding trophy and palm frond trampling captive.
- RIC VII 49.
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