Rome BI Nummus Constantine I (307-337 AD) Ch AU NGC (RIC VI 870)

Rome BI Nummus Constantine I (307-337 AD) Ch AU NGC (RIC VI 870)

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The Roman Empire during the reign of Constantine the Great operated a number of different mints throughout its vast territory. This emission was struck at Trier.

Coin Highlights:
  • Roman: BI Reduced Nummus of Emperor Constantine I (The Great) 307-337 AD.
  • Struck at Trier.
  • NGC has certified this coin in Choice About Uncirculated condition.
  • Obverse: Laureate and curiassed bust right.
  • Reverse: Sol standing right raiding hand holding globe.
  • RIC VI 870.

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