Lick picture and select "View/Open Image" for large hi-res. Ancient Roman Coin of Constantine the Great.C O N S T A N T I N E I. City Commemorative coin struck by Constantine the Great. Struck during the reign Constantine I, Struck 330-333 AD. VERY RARE RATED "R4" in RIC. Struck under the reign Constantine I, 330-333 AD, Heraklea Mint Æ3 follis. Obverse: CONSTANTINOPOLIS, Constantinopolis' laureate helmeted bust left in imperial cloak and holding scepter across left shoulder. Reverse: Victory with open wings in posture of alighting, facing, head left, right foot on a vessel's prow, holding scepter in right hand and leaning on shield with left arm; SMHA (S acra M oneta H eraklea A [officina A / first]) in exergue--Heraklea mint mark. RIC VII Heraclea 115; Sear 16471. RIC (=Roman Imperial Coinage) is the general abbreviation for a set of 13 volumes of identification catalogs of Roman coins. RIC is the world standard scholarly reference. Choice Very Fine--Nicer in Hand. OUR GUARANTEE: All illustrations are of the actual item offered. The authenticity of all pieces is fully guaranteed. Images are not actual size Please see description for actual measurements.
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