Rome BI Nummus Constantinian (330-340 AD) Ch AU NGC (RIC VII 92)

Rome BI Nummus Constantinian (330-340 AD) Ch AU NGC (RIC VII 92)

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Constantine the Great would move the capital of the Roman Empire from Rome to Byzantium in Greece and rename the City Constantinople. This new capital poised at the end of the Silk Road would dominate global trade into the middle ages.

Coin Highlights:
  • Roman Empire BI Nummus Constantinian 330-340 AD. Struck at Antioch.
  • NGC has certifed this coin in Choice About Uncirculated condition.
  • Obverse: Constantinopolis laurate wearing helm and cloak spear on shoulder.
  • Reverse: Victory Standing on ships prow holding spear and shield.
  • RIC VII 92.

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