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CONSTANTINE I THE GREAT, 307-337 - BI Centenionalis, Heraklea (325-326)

weight 3,42gr. ; billon Ø 18mm.

obv. Laureate head right  CONSTANTINVS AVG
rev. VOT XXX within wreath
DN CONSTANTINI MAX AVG, •SMHΔin exergue

Cohen 130 ; cf. RIC 90-94 ; cf. Sear 16231 RRR
Variety with pearldiadem. Normally this diadem is plain or with rosettes.
Seems to be unpublished. Extremely rare.
xf-/vf+

135,00 



CONSTANTINE I THE GREAT, 307-337 - BI Follis, Siscia (313-315)

weight 3,07gr. ; billon Ø 22mm.

obv. Laureate head right  IMP CONSTANTINVS P F AVG
rev. Naked Jupiter standing left, holding Victoria with wreath in right hand and sceptre
in left hand, eagle at feet, Є in right field, IOVI CONSERVATORI, SIS in exergue

cf. Cohen 288-289 ; RIC 5 ; Sear 15940
Attractive coin with excellent details.
xf

90,00 



CONSTANTINE I THE GREAT, 307-337 - BI Follis, Siscia (315-316)

weight 3,83gr. ; billon Ø 19mm.

obv. Laureate head right  IMP CONSTANTINVS P F AVG
rev. Naked Jupiter standing left, holding Victoria with wreath
on globe in right hand and sceptre
in left hand, eagle at feet to left,
IOVI CONSERVATORI, A in right field, •SIS• in exergue

Cohen- (cf.289) ; RIC 15 (R3) ; Sear 15940
Small flan crack. Excellent details.
xf/unc

90,00 



CONSTANTINE I THE GREAT, 307-337 - BI Follis, Nicomedia (313-317)

weight 3,16gr. ; billon Ø 20mm.

obv. Laurated head right  IMP C F VAL CONSTANTINVS P F AVG
rev. Naked Jupiter standing left, holding Victoria with wreath in right hand and sceptre 
in left hand, eagle at feet, IOVI CONSERVATORI, A in right field, SMN in exergue

cf. Cohen 291 ; RIC 12 (R3) ; Sear 15943
Attractive coin with dark patina and fine details. Very rare.
xf-/vf

65,00 



CONSTANTINE I THE GREAT, 307-337 - BI Follis, Kyzikus (313-315)

weight 3,24gr. ; billon Ø 21mm.

obv. Laureate head right  IMP C FL VAL CONSTANTINVS P F AVG
rev. Naked Jupiter standing left, holding Victoria with wreath on globe
in right hand and sceptre
in left hand, eagle at feet to left,
IOVI CONSERVATORI, S in right field, SMK in exergue

Cohen- (cf.291-292) ; RIC 3 (R2) ; Sear 15945
vf/xf à xf-

65,00 



CONSTANTINE I THE GREAT, 307-337 - BI Follis, Antiochia (313-314)

weight 3,49gr. ; billon Ø 19mm.

obv. Laureated head right  IMP C FL VAL CONSTANTINVS P F AVG
rev. Naked Jupiter standing left, holding Victoria with wreath on globe in
right hand and sceptre in left hand, eagle at feet, wreath, A and III in right field,
IOVI CONSERVATORI AVGG, ANT in exergue

Cohen 297 ; RIC 7 (R5) ; Sear 15961
Minor weakness. Very rare.
xf

125,00 



CONSTANTINE I THE GREAT, 307-337 - BI Centenionalis, Tessalonika (326-328)

weight 3,50gr. ; billon Ø 18mm.

obv. Laureate head of Constantine right,
around the text;  CONSTANTINVS AVG
rev. Two-turreted gateway of military camp, star above, dot in right field,
around the text: PROVIDENTIAE AVGG, SMTSA in exergue

Cohen 454 ; RIC 153 ; Sear 16254
xf

75,00 



CONSTANTINE I THE GREAT, 307-337 - BI Centenionalis, Treverorum (323-324)

weight 2,53gr. ; billon Ø 21mm.
officina 1

obv. Laureate head of Constantine right
CONSTANTINVS AVG
rev. Victory, winged, draped, advancing right, holding trophy
in right hand and pushing seated captive with left hand
SARMATIA DEVICTA, STR in exergue

The reverse legend of this coin commemorates Constantine′s success in his Danubian campaign against the Sarmatians in 322 AD, just prior to the outbreak of the second civil war with Licinius.

The Sarmatians (Latin: Sarmatae or Sauromatae) were a large confederation of Iranian people during classical antiquity, flourishing from about the 5th century BC to the 4th century AD. They spoke Scythian, an Indo-European language from the Eastern Iranian family. The Sarmatians moved to an area called Sarmatia; east of Germania and north of the immediate vicinity of the Danube. These barbarous and little know tribes also occupied the vast tracts of modern Russia.

Cohen 487 ; RIC 429 ; Sear 16284
Minor weakness. Scarce type.
vf/xf à xf-

75,00 



CONSTANTINE I THE GREAT, 307-337 - BI Follis, Treverorum (310-313)

weight 4,28gr. ; billon Ø 23mm.
officina 1

obv. Laureate and cuirassed bust of Constantine right
CONSTANTINVS P F AVG
rev. Sol, chlamys draped over left shoulder, standing left, raising right
hand and holding globe in left hand   SOLI INVICTO COMITI,
F - T across field, PTR in exergue

Cohen 525 ; RIC 873 ; Sear 16060
Attractive coin with fine details.
vf +

60,00 



CONSTANTINE I THE GREAT, 307-337 - BI Follis, Treverorum (310-313)

weight 3,87gr. ; billon Ø 23mm.
officina 1

obv. Laureate and cuirassed bust of Constantine right
IMP CONSTANTINVS AVG
rev. Sol, chlamys draped over left shoulder, standing left, raising right
hand and holding globe in left hand   SOLI INVICTO COMITI, 
F - T across field, PTR in exergue

Cohen 530 ; RIC 870 ; Sear 16060
Attractive coin with fine details.
vf/xf à xf-

95,00 



HELENA, mother of Constantine I the Great (307-337) - BI Centenionalis, Constantinopolis (337-340)

weight 1,45gr. ; billon Ø 16mm.

obv. Bust of Helena right, wearing plain mantle and necklace,
hair elaborately dressed FL IVL HELENAE AVG
rev. Pax standing left, holding olive-branch and transverse sceptre 
PAX PVBLICA, CONSЄ in exergue

Cohen 4 ; RIC 33 S
Scarce coin.
vf-

55,00 



HELENA, mother of Constantine I the Great (307-337) - BI Centenionalis, Treverorum (326)

weight 2,93gr. ; billon Ø 18mm.

obv. Bust of Helena right, wearing plain mantle and necklace, 
hair elaborately dressed FL IVL HELENA AVGVSTA
rev. Veiled Securitas standing left, lowering olive-branch with right hand,
raising robe with left hand  SECVRITAS REPVBLICAE,
STR and crescent with dot above in exergue

Cohen 12 ; RIC 481
Minor traces of oxidation. Dark patina.
vf-/vf

50,00 



COMMEMORATIVE ISSUES - BI Reduced centenionalis, Lugdunum (334-334)

weight 2,90gr. ; billon Ø 18mm.

obv. Bust of Constantinopolis left, wearing laurated helmet and imperial
robes and holding scepter over left shoulder  CONSTANTINOPOLIS
rev. Victory standing left, right foot set on ship’s prow, holding transverse
scepter in right hand, and leaning left hand on shield, PLG in exergue

This cointype was struck to commemorate the dedication
of the new eastern imperial capital of Constantinople.

Sear 16450 ; Cohen 21 ; RIC 266 (R3)
xf/unc

110,00 



COMMEMORATIVE ISSUES - BI Reduced centenionalis, Kyzikus (332-335)

weight 2,90gr. ; billon Ø 18mm.

obv. Bust of Constantinopolis left, wearing laureate helmet and imperial
robes and holding scepter over left shoulder  CONSTANTINOPOLIS
rev. Victory standing left, right foot set on ship’s prow, holding transverse
scepter in right hand, and leaning left hand on shield, •SMKΔ in exergue

This cointype was struck to commemorate the dedication

of the new eastern imperial capital of Constantinople.

Cohen 21 ; RIC 107 (R3)
vf/xf

75,00 



CRISPUS as Caesar, 317-326 - BI Centenionalis, Treverorum (322)

weight 2,77gr. ; billon Ø 19mm.

obv. Laureate bust of Crispus left, wearing cuirass and paludamentum
and holding spear and shield  IVL CRISPVS NOB CAES
rev. Altar, inscribed VO / TIS / XX, surmounted by globe with three stars above
BEATA TRANQVILLITAS, STR• in exergue

Cohen 21 ; RIC 348 (R2) ; cf. Sear 16730
Attractive coin with fine details.
xf/unc

125,00 



HANNIBALIANUS - AE 4, Constantinopolis (336-337)

weight 1,21gr. ; bronze Ø 16mm.

obv. Draped and cuirassed bust right FL HANNIBALIANO REGI
rev. River-god Euphrated reclining right, resting on scepter, overturned
urn at his side from which water flows, reed growing in background,
mintmark CONS in exergue followed by officinamark S

Hannibalinus was born circa 314/315 AD in Toulouse as a son of Flavius Dalmatius. He was a nephew of Constantine the Great. In 335 he was appointed as Prefect of Cappadocia and he was honourned with the title of ″King of all kings of Pontus and Armenia″. After the death of Constantine the Great he was assassinated near Caesarea, by order of the sons of Constantine the Great.

Sear 16905 ; Cohen 2;RIC 147 RR
Very attractive coin with darp patine and fine details.
xf-

625,00 



CONSTANTINUS II (CONSTANTINE II) as Caesar, 317-337 - BI Centenionalis, Londinium (322-323)

weight 2,82gr. ; billon Ø 19mm.

obv. Radiate and draped bust right CONSTANTINVS IVN N C
rev. Globe set on altar, inscribed VO / TIS / XX, three stars above,
BEATA TRANQLITAS, F - B in field, PLON in exergue

Cohen 7; RIC 253 (R3)
vf-

55,00 



CONSTANTINUS II (CONSTANTINE II) as Caesar, 317-337 - BI Centenionalis, Treverorum (323)

weight 3,08gr. ; billon Ø 19mm.

obv. Laureate bust right, wearing trabea (imperial mantle)
and holding eagle-tipped sceptre CONSTANTINVS IVN NOB C
rev. Globe set on altar, inscribed VO / TIS / XX, three stars above,
BEATA TRANQVILLITAS, •PTR and crescent in exergue

Cohen 19 ;  RIC.412 (R3) RR
Very rare cointype with attractive bust of Constantine II.
vf+/vf

135,00 



CONSTANTINUS II (CONSTANTINE II) as Caesar, 317-337 - BI Centenionalis, Siscia (320-321)

weight 3,35gr. ; billon Ø 19mm.

obv. Laureate head right  CONSTANTINVS IVN NOB C
rev. VOT V within wreath, around CAESARVM NOSTRORVM,
ЄSIS * in exergue

Cohen 31 ; RIC 163
vf à vf+

40,00 



CONSTANTINUS II (CONSTANTINE II) as Caesar, 317-337 - BI Tessalonika (324)

weight 3,57gr. ; billon Ø 19mm.
obv. Laureate bust left, wearing paludamentum and cuirass
CONSTANTINVS IVN NOB C
rev. VOT V within wreath, around CAESARVM NOSTRORVM,
TSBVI  in exergue
Cohen 33 ; RIC 128
vf/xf-

35,00 



CONSTANTINUS II (CONSTANTINE II) as Caesar, 317-337 - BI Centenionalis, Treverorum (321-324)

weight 2,85gr. ; billon Ø 19mm.

obv. Laureate head of Constantinus right
CONSTANTINVS IVN NOB C
rev. VOT X within wreath, around CAESARVM NOSTRORVM,
PTR and crescent in exergue

Cohen 38 ; RIC 441
Wonderful coin with excellent details.
xf

80,00 



CONSTANTINUS II (CONSTANTINE II) as Caesar, 317-337 - BI Centenionalis, Siscia (321-324)

weight 3,14gr. ; billon Ø 19mm.

obv. Laureate head of Constantinus right  CONSTANTINVS IVN NOB C
rev. VOT X within wreath, around CAESARVM NOSTRORVM,
ЄSIS and sun in exergue

Cohen 38 ; RIC 182
Very minor flan crack.
Wonderful coin with excellent details. Near mintstate.

unc-

125,00 



CONSTANTINUS II (CONSTANTINE II) as Caesar, 317-337 - BI Centenionalis, Kyzikus (317-320)

weight 2,88gr. ; billon Ø 19mm.

obv. Laureate bust left, wearing imperial mantle, holding mappa and sceptre
DN FL CL CONSTANTINVS NOB C

rev. Naked Jupiter standing left, holding Victory on globe and sceptre,
IOVI CONSERVATORI, wreath in left field, Є in right field, SMK in exergue

Cohen- (cf.135-136) ; RIC 12 (R3)
xf-

90,00 



CONSTANTINUS II (CONSTANTINE II) as Caesar, 317-337 - BI Centenionalis, Treverorum (324-325)

weight 3,13gr. ; billon Ø 19mm.

obv. Laureate bust of Constantinus left, wearing cuirass and paludamentum
CONSTANTINVS IVN NOB C
rev. Camp-gate with two turrets, star above  PROVIDENTIAE CAESS,
PTR in exergue

Cohen 165 ; RIC 455
vf/xf

50,00 



CONSTANTINUS II (CONSTANTINE II) as Caesar, 317-337 - BI Centenionalis, Treverorum (327-328)

weight 3,24gr. ; billon Ø 18mm.

obv. Laureate bust of Constantinus left, wearing cuirass and paludamentum
CONSTANTINVS IVN NOB C
rev. Camp-gate with two turrets, star above  PROVIDENTIAE CAESS, 
PTRE in exergue

Cohen 165 ; RIC 505
vf/xf

55,00 



CONSTANTINUS II (CONSTANTINE II) as Caesar, 317-337 - BI Centenionalis, Tessalonika (318-319)

weight 3,24gr. ; billon Ø 18mm.

obv. Laureate bust of Constantinus right, wearing cuirass and paludamentum
CONSTANTINVS IVN NOB C
rev. VOT•V / MVLT•X• / CAESS / TS•B• within laurel-wreath 

Cohen 273 ; RIC 44 (R3)
Attractive dark brown patina. Rare type.
f/vf à vf-

55,00 



CONSTANS as Caesar, 333-337 - BI Centenionalis, Kyzikus (336-337)

weight 1,58gr. ; billon Ø 16mm.

obv. Laureate bust right, wearing paludamentum and cuirass
FL IVL CONSTANS NOB C
rev. Two soldiers standing facing each other, each resting on spear and shield,
one standard between them  GLORIA EXERCITVS, SMKЄ in exergue

Cohen 50var. ; RIC 129 (R3)
Attractive coin with fine details.
xf

65,00 



CONSTANS as Caesar, 333-337 - BI Centenionalis, Siscia (334-335)

weight 2,15gr. ; billon Ø 17mm.

obv. Laureate bust right, wearing paludamentum and cuirass  
FL CONSTANTIS BEA C
rev. Two soldiers standing facing each other, each resting on spear and shield, 
two standards between them  GLORIA EXERCITVS, •ASIS• in exergue

The title BEA(TISSIMI) is rather unual and was only used in Sicia and Nikomedia.

Cohen 73; RIC 238 R
Attractive coin with fine details. Rare.
vf/xf

85,00 



CONSTANS, 337-350 - BI Centenionalis, Treverorum / Trier (348-350)

weight 5,58gr. ; billon 23mm.

obv. Bust of Constans, pearl-diademed, draped, cuirassed, right,
surrounded by the legend; DN CONSTANS P F AVG
rev. Constans, draped, cuirassed, standing left on galley,
holding Victory on globe in right hand and standard with ☧ on
banner in left hand; steering the ship, seated Victory, surrounded
by the legend; FEL TEMP REPARATIO, TRS in exergue

Cohen 11 ; RIC 219 ; LRBC II, 43 ; Sear 18669
Wonderful coin with excellent details. Dark patina.
xf

195,00 



CONSTANS, 337-350 - BI Centenionalis, Siscia (348-350)

weight 4,30gr. ; billon 22mm.

obv. Bust of Constans, pearl-diademed, draped, cuirassed, left,
holding globe in right hand   DN CONSTANS P F AVG
rev. Soldier, helmeted, draped, cuirassed, advancing right, head left,
leading small bare-headed figure from a hut beneath a tree with right
hand and holding spear in left hand  FEL TEMP REPARATIO,
ΔSISTN in exergue

This exergue text with TN is not published in RIC. Highly interesting
and extremely rare as such.

Cohen 19 ; cf. RIC 212 RRR
vf

275,00 



CONSTANS, 337-350 - AV Semissis, Treverorum (345)

weight 2,20gr. ; gold Ø 17mm.

obv. Drapped and cuirassed bust right, wearing pearl-diadem
CONSTANS P F AVG
rev. Victoria advancing left , holding wreath and palm
VICTORIA DD NN AVGG, TR in exergue

Depeyrot listed only 2 pieces of this cointype. Coin of great rarity.

Cohen 150 ; RIC 140 ; Depeyrot 6/7 (2 ex.) R4
xf- à vf/xf

8.500,00 



CONSTANS, 337-350 - BI Centenionalis, Siscia (347-348)

weight 1,83gr. ; billon Ø 16mm.

obv. Rosette-diademed bust, wearing cuirass and paludamentum
CONSTANS P F AVG
rev. Two Victory′s standing facing one another, each holding wreath and palm
VICTORIA DD AVGG Q NN, •ΓSIS• in exergue

Cohen 176 ; RIC 185
xf-

55,00 



CONSTANS, 337-350 - BI Centenionalis, Siscia (347-348)

weight 1,94gr. ; billon Ø 16mm.

obv. Rosette-diademed bust, wearing cuirass and paludamentum
CONSTANS P F AVG
rev. Two Victory′s standing facing one another, each holding wreath and palm,
palm between   VICTORIA DD AVGG Q NN, ASIS in exergue

Cohen 176 ; RIC 195
vf+/vf

28,00 



CONSTANTIUS II as Caesar, 324-337 - BI Centenionalis, Kyzikus (336-337)

weight 1,65gr. ; billon Ø 16mm.

obv. Laureate bust right, wearing paludamentum and cuirass
FL IVL CONSTANTIVS NOB C
rev. Two soldiers standing facing each other, each resting on spear and shield,
standards between them  GLORIA EXERCITVS, SMKS in exergue

Cohen 92 ; RIC 126 (R2)
Wonderful coin with excellent details. Near mintstate.
unc-

80,00 



CONSTANTIUS II as Caesar, 324-337 - BI Centenionalis, Treverorum (330-331)

weight 2,91gr. ; billon Ø 17mm.

obv. Laureate bust right, wearing paludamentum and cuirass
FL IVL CONSTANTIVS NOB C
rev. Two soldiers standing facing each other, each resting on spear and shield,
two standards between them  GLORIA EXERCITVS, TRS• in exergue

Cohen 104 ; RIC 528
xf-/xf

65,00 



CONSTANTIUS II as Caesar, 324-337 - BI Centenionalis, Treverorum (330-331)

weight 2,32gr. ; billon Ø 16,5mm.

obv. Laureate bust right, wearing paludamentum and cuirass
FL IVL CONSTANTIVS NOB C
rev. Two soldiers standing facing each other, each resting on spear and shield, 
two standards between them  GLORIA EXERCITVS, TR•P in exergue

Cohen 104 ; RIC 540
Wonderful coin with excellent details. Near mintstate.
unc-

95,00 



CONSTANTIUS II as Caesar, 324-337 - BI Centenionalis, Siscia (334-335)

weight 2,30gr. ; billon Ø 18mm.

obv. Laureate bust right, wearing paludamentum and cuirass
FL IVL CONSTANTIVS NOB C
rev. Two soldiers standing facing each other, each resting on spear and shield,
two standards between them  GLORIA EXERCITVS, •ASIS• in exergue

Cohen 104 ; RIC 237 (R4)
xf-

60,00 



CONSTANTIUS II as Caesar, 324-337 - BI Centenionalis, Constantinopolis (330-333)

weight 3,46gr. ; billon Ø 18mm.

obv. Laureate bust right, wearing paludamentum and cuirass
FL IVL CONSTANTIVS NOB C
rev. Two soldiers standing facing each other, each resting on spear and shield, 
two standards between them  GLORIA EXERCITVS, CONSS in exergue

Cohen 104 ; RIC 61
Wonderful example with fine details. Near mintstate.
unc-/xf

85,00 



CONSTANTIUS II as Caesar, 324-337 - BI Centenionalis, Treverorum (325-326)

weight 3,27gr. ; billon Ø 19mm.
officina 2

obv. Laureate bust left, wearing cuirass and paludamentum, holding globe
FL IVL CONSTANTIVS NOB C
rev. Camp-gate with two turrets, star above  PROVIDENTIAE CAESS,
STRE in exergue

Cohen 167 ; RIC 506
Minor planchet fault. Very attractive coin with fine details.
xf-/xf

75,00 



CONSTANTIUS II, 337-361 - BI light Maiorina, Constantinopolis (348-351)

weight 3,79gr. ; billon Ø 22mm.
officina 3

obv. Bust of Constantius II, pearl-diademed, draped, cuirassed, left,
holding globe in right hand  D N CONSTANTIVS P F AVG
rev. Constantius II, draped, cuirassed, standing left, holding standard
with Chi-Rho on banner in right hand and resting left hand on shield;
before him, two captives kneeling, hands tied on their backs
FEL TEMP REPARATIO, Γ in left field, CONSA in exergue

This type is believed to refer to Constantius′ victory over the Persians. The two captives are almost always shown wearing Phrygian caps. Konrad Kraft suggest in his article “Die Taten der kaiser Constans und Constantius II” (1958), that the type might refer to the resettlement of the population of Adiabene (a region in modern Iraq around Mosul and Erbil) who were defeated in 343, large numbers of whom were forced to resettle in Thrace.

Cohen 41 ; RIC 90 ; Sear 18231
Minor weakness. Dark patina.
vf/xf à vf+

75,00 



CONSTANTIUS II, 337-361 - BI light Maiorina, Constantinopolis (348-351)

weight 4,58gr. ; billon Ø 22mm.
officina 3

obv. Bust of Constantius II, pearl-diademed, draped, cuirassed, left,
holding globe in right hand  D N CONSTANTIVS P F AVG
rev. Constantius II, draped, cuirassed, standing left, holding standard
with Chi-Rho on banner in right hand and resting left hand on shield;
before him, two captives kneeling, hands tied on their backs
FEL TEMP REPARATIO, CONSΓ in exergue

This type is believed to refer to Constantius′ victory over the Persians. The two captives are almost always shown wearing Phrygian caps. Konrad Kraft suggest in his article “Die Taten der kaiser Constans und Constantius II” (1958), that the type might refer to the resettlement of the population of Adiabene (a region in modern Iraq around Mosul and Erbil) who were defeated in 343, large numbers of whom were forced to resettle in Thrace.

Cohen 41 ; RIC 84 ; Sear 18231
Minor weakness, double strike and oxidation.
f

10,00 



CONSTANTIUS II, 337-361 - BI light Maiorina, Nicomedia (348-351)

weight 4,03gr. ; billon Ø 20mm.

obv. Bust of Constantius II, pearl-diademed, draped, cuirassed, left,
holding globe in right hand  D N CONSTANTIVS P F AVG

rev. Constantius II, draped, cuirassed, standing left, holding standard
with Chi-Rho on banner in right hand and resting left hand on shield;
before him, two kneeling captives, hands tied on their backs

FEL TEMP REPARATIO, SMNΓ in exergue

This type is believed to refer to Constantius′ victory over the Persians. The two captives are almost always shown wearing Phrygian caps. Konrad Kraft suggest in his article “Die Taten der kaiser Constans und Constantius II” (1958), that the type might refer to the resettlement of the population of Adiabene (a region in modern Iraq around Mosul and Erbil) who were defeated in 343, large numbers of whom were forced to resettle in Thrace.

Cohen 41 ; RIC 67
Attractive dark patina.
vf

65,00 



CONSTANTIUS II, 337-361 - BI light Maiorina, Nicomedia (348-351)

weight 4,01gr. ; billon Ø 19mm.
officina 4

obv. Bust of Constantius II, pearl-diademed, draped, cuirassed, left,
holding globe in right hand  D N CONSTANTIVS P F AVG

rev. Constantius II, draped, cuirassed, standing left, holding standard
with Chi-Rho on banner in right hand and resting left hand on shield;
before him, two captives kneeling, hands tied on their backs

FEL TEMP REPARATIO, SMNΔ in exergue

This type is believed to refer to Constantius′ victory over the Persians. The two captives are almost always shown wearing Phrygian caps. Konrad Kraft suggest in his article “Die Taten der kaiser Constans und Constantius II” (1958), that the type might refer to the resettlement of the population of Adiabene (a region in modern Iraq around Mosul and Erbil) who were defeated in 343, large numbers of whom were forced to resettle in Thrace.

Cohen 41 ; RIC 67 ; Sear 18232
Small flancrack. Dark brown patina.
vf-/vf

50,00 



CONSTANTIUS II, 337-361 - BI light Maiorina, Nicomedia (348-351)

weight 3,34gr. ; billon Ø 20mm.
officina 5

obv. Bust of Constantius II, pearl-diademed, draped, cuirassed, left, 
holding globe in right hand  D N CONSTANTIVS P F AVG
rev. Constantius II, draped, cuirassed, standing left, holding standard 
with Chi-Rho on banner in right hand and resting left hand on shield; 
before him, two captives kneeling, hands tied on their backs
FEL TEMP REPARATIO, star in left field, SMNЄ in exergue

This type is believed to refer to Constantius′ victory over the Persians. The two captives are almost always shown wearing Phrygian caps. Konrad Kraft suggest in his article “Die Taten der kaiser Constans und Constantius II” (1958), that the type might refer to the resettlement of the population of Adiabene (a region in modern Iraq around Mosul and Erbil) who were defeated in 343, large numbers of whom were forced to resettle in Thrace.

Cohen 41 ; RIC 71 ; Sear 18232
vf

65,00 



CONSTANTIUS II, 337-361 - BI light Maiorina, Kyzikus (348-350)

weight 4,64gr. ; billon Ø 20mm.
officina 1

obv. Bust of Constantius II, pearl-diademed, draped, cuirassed, left, 
holding globe in right hand  D N CONSTANTIVS P F AVG
rev. Constantius II, draped, cuirassed, standing left, holding standard 
with Chi-Rho on banner in right hand and resting left hand on shield; 
before him, two captives kneeling, hands tied on their backs
FEL TEMP REPARATIO, SMKA in exergue

This type is believed to refer to Constantius′ victory over the Persians. The two captives are almost always shown wearing Phrygian caps. Konrad Kraft suggest in his article “Die Taten der kaiser Constans und Constantius II” (1958), that the type might refer to the resettlement of the population of Adiabene (a region in modern Iraq around Mosul and Erbil) who were defeated in 343, large numbers of whom were forced to resettle in Thrace.

Cohen 41 ; RIC 70 ; Sear 18233
vf

70,00 



CONSTANTIUS II, 337-361 - BI light Maiorina, Kyzikus (348-350)

weight 4,08gr. ; billon Ø 21mm.
officina 4

obv. Bust of Constantius II, pearl-diademed, draped, cuirassed, left, 
holding globe in right hand  D N CONSTANTIVS P F AVG
rev. Constantius II, draped, cuirassed, standing left, holding standard 
with cross on banner in right hand and resting left hand on shield; 
before him, two captives kneeling, hands tied on their backs
FEL TEMP REPARATIO, star in left field, SMKΔ in exergue

This type is believed to refer to Constantius′ victory over the Persians. The two captives are almost always shown wearing Phrygian caps. Konrad Kraft suggest in his article “Die Taten der kaiser Constans und Constantius II” (1958), that the type might refer to the resettlement of the population of Adiabene (a region in modern Iraq around Mosul and Erbil) who were defeated in 343, large numbers of whom were forced to resettle in Thrace.

Cohen 41 ; RIC 84 ; Sear 18233
light traces of oxidation
f-/f+

10,00 



CONSTANTIUS II, 337-361 - BI light Maiorina, Kyzikus (348-350)

weight 4,75gr. ; billon Ø 20mm.
officina 6

obv. Bust of Constantius II, pearl-diademed, draped, cuirassed, left, 
holding globe in right hand  D N CONSTANTIVS P F AVG
rev. Constantius II, draped, cuirassed, standing left, holding standard 
with cross on banner in right hand and resting left hand on shield; 
before him, two captives kneeling, hands tied on their backs
FEL TEMP REPARATIO, star in left field, SMKS in exergue

This type is believed to refer to Constantius′ victory over the Persians. The two captives are almost always shown wearing Phrygian caps. Konrad Kraft suggest in his article “Die Taten der kaiser Constans und Constantius II” (1958), that the type might refer to the resettlement of the population of Adiabene (a region in modern Iraq around Mosul and Erbil) who were defeated in 343, large numbers of whom were forced to resettle in Thrace.

Cohen 41 ; RIC 84 ; Sear 18233
attractive coin with fine details and dark patina
vf/vf+

70,00 



CONSTANTIUS II, 337-361 - BI light Maiorina, Alexandria (348-350)

weight 4,99gr. ; billon Ø 20mm.
officina 2

obv. Bust of Constantius II, pearl-diademed, draped, cuirassed, left,
holding globe in right hand, surrounded by legend;  D N CONSTANTIVS P F AVG
rev. Constantius II, draped, cuirassed, standing left, holding standard
with Chi-Rho on banner in right hand and resting left hand on shield;
before him, two captives kneeling, hands tied on their backs, surrounded by
the legend; FEL TEMP REPARATIO, ALEB in exergue

This type is believed to refer to Constantius′ victory over the Persians. The two captives are almost always shown wearing Phrygian caps. Konrad Kraft suggest in his article “Die Taten der kaiser Constans und Constantius II” (1958), that the type might refer to the resettlement of the population of Adiabene (a region in modern Iraq around Mosul and Erbil) who were defeated in 343, large numbers of whom were forced to resettle in Thrace.

Cohen 41 ; RIC 55 ; Sear 18235
Attractive coin with fine details.
vf/xf

95,00 



CONSTANTIUS II, 337-361 - BI Heavy Maiorina, Siscia (352-353)

weight 4,10gr. ; billon Ø 20mm.

obv. Bust right, wearing pearl-diadem, paludamentum and cuirass,
A behind bust, surrounded by the legend; D N CONSTANTIVS P F AVG
rev. Helmet soldier rushing left, holding shield on left arm and spearing
fallen horseman whose mount has stumbled beneath him, shield on ground
to right, surrounded by the legend; FEL TEMP REPARATIO, 
II in field to left, • BSIS and palm in exergue

During the reign of Constantius II and Constans a series of coins were minted with the legend FEL TEMP REPARATIO. This legend is probably the abbreviation of FELICIS TEMPORIS REPARATIO (singular) or FELICORUM TEMPORUM REPARATIO (plural), meaning ′re-establishment of the happy time(s)′. These coins were introduced as part of the coinage reform of 348 AD. On the Falling Horseman type, Virtus or a Roman soldier is shown spearing a barbarian horseman. Varieties show this barbarian in different poses but in all he is dying. Of all Roman coins showing a battle scene, this series is unusual in showing the moment of death and contends with a Republican denarius (of M. Sergius Sileus) showing a severed head as the most violent and gruesome Roman coin. The barbarians who died on your coins were from several different tribes and countries. Some can be identified with some degree of certainty by their attire, hair and beards.

note: in reality considerably more beautiful than the picture shows.

Cohen 46 ; RIC 342 ; Sear 18127
A bit short flan and some hairscratches.
Good portrait and attractive patina.
vf//vf-

35,00 



CONSTANTIUS II, 337-361 - BI Heavy Maiorina, Heraklea (351-352)

weight 3,98gr. ; billon Ø 22mm.

obv. Bust right, wearing pearl-diadem, paludamentum and cuirass,
surrounded by the legend; D N CONSTANTIVS P F AVG
rev. Helmet soldier rushing left, holding shield on left arm and spearing
fallen horseman whose mount has stumbled beneath him, shield on ground
to right, surrounded by the legend; FEL TEMP REPARATIO, 
Γ in field to left, SMHA* in exergue

During the reign of Constantius II and Constans a series of coins were minted with the legend FEL TEMP REPARATIO. This legend is probably the abbreviation of FELICIS TEMPORIS REPARATIO (singular) or FELICORUM TEMPORUM REPARATIO (plural), meaning ′re-establishment of the happy time(s)′. These coins were introduced as part of the coinage reform of 348 AD. On the Falling Horseman type, Virtus or a Roman soldier is shown spearing a barbarian horseman. Varieties show this barbarian in different poses but in all he is dying. Of all Roman coins showing a battle scene, this series is unusual in showing the moment of death and contends with a Republican denarius (of M. Sergius Sileus) showing a severed head as the most violent and gruesome Roman coin. The barbarians who died on your coins were from several different tribes and countries. Some can be identified with some degree of certainty by their attire, hair and beards.

Cohen 46 ; RIC 85 ; Sear 18144
Wonderful portrait with fine details.
vf/xf à vf-

60,00 



CONSTANTIUS II, 337-361 - BI Heavy Maiorina, Constantinopolis (348-351)

weight 4,59gr. ; billon Ø 22mm.

obv. Bust right, wearing pearl-diadem, paludamentum and cuirass,
surrounded by the legend; D N CONSTANTIVS P F AVG
rev. Helmet soldier rushing left, holding shield on left arm and spearing
fallen horseman whose mount has stumbled beneath him, shield on ground
to right, surrounded by the legend; FEL TEMP REPARATIO, 
Γ over Ω (?) in field to left, CONSB* in exergue

During the reign of Constantius II and Constans a series of coins were minted with the legend FEL TEMP REPARATIO. This legend is probably the abbreviation of FELICIS TEMPORIS REPARATIO (singular) or FELICORUM TEMPORUM REPARATIO (plural), meaning ′re-establishment of the happy time(s)′. These coins were introduced as part of the coinage reform of 348 AD. On the Falling Horseman type, Virtus or a Roman soldier is shown spearing a barbarian horseman. Varieties show this barbarian in different poses but in all he is dying. Of all Roman coins showing a battle scene, this series is unusual in showing the moment of death and contends with a Republican denarius (of M. Sergius Sileus) showing a severed head as the most violent and gruesome Roman coin. The barbarians who died on your coins were from several different tribes and countries. Some can be identified with some degree of certainty by their attire, hair and beards.

Variety; underneath the Γ in the reverse left field seems to be an Ω.
Very strange and unusual and unpublished and extremely rare as such.

Cohen 46var. ; RIC 79var, ; Sear 18148var. RRRR
Very attractive coin with fine details and dark patina.
vf/xf à xf-

375,00 



CONSTANTIUS II, 337-361 - BI Heavy Maiorina, Constantinopolis (351-352)

weight 4,87gr. ; billon Ø 22mm.

obv. Bust right, wearing pearl-diadem, paludamentum and cuirass,
surrounded by the legend; D N CONSTANTIVS P F AVG
rev. Helmet soldier rushing left, holding shield on left arm and spearing
fallen horseman whose mount has stumbled beneath him, shield on ground
to right, surrounded by the legend; FEL TEMP REPARATIO, 
Γ • in field to left, CONSS in exergue

During the reign of Constantius II and Constans a series of coins were minted with the legend FEL TEMP REPARATIO. This legend is probably the abbreviation of FELICIS TEMPORIS REPARATIO (singular) or FELICORUM TEMPORUM REPARATIO (plural), meaning ′re-establishment of the happy time(s)′. These coins were introduced as part of the coinage reform of 348 AD. On the Falling Horseman type, Virtus or a Roman soldier is shown spearing a barbarian horseman. Varieties show this barbarian in different poses but in all he is dying. Of all Roman coins showing a battle scene, this series is unusual in showing the moment of death and contends with a Republican denarius (of M. Sergius Sileus) showing a severed head as the most violent and gruesome Roman coin. The barbarians who died on your coins were from several different tribes and countries. Some can be identified with some degree of certainty by their attire, hair and beards.

Cohen 46var. ; RIC 106 ; Sear 18149
Irregular flan and some weakness.
vf-

35,00 



CONSTANTIUS II, 337-361 - BI Heavy Maiorina, Nicomedia (351-352)

weight 4,69gr. ; billon Ø 22mm.

obv. Bust right, wearing pearl-diadem, paludamentum and cuirass,
surrounded by the legend; D N CONSTANTIVS P F AVG
rev. Helmet soldier rushing left, holding shield on left arm and spearing
fallen horseman whose mount has stumbled beneath him, shield on ground
to right, surrounded by the legend; FEL TEMP REPARATIO,
Γ in field to left, SMNΔ in exergue

During the reign of Constantius II and Constans a series of coins were minted with the legend FEL TEMP REPARATIO. This legend is probably the abbreviation of FELICIS TEMPORIS REPARATIO (singular) or FELICORUM TEMPORUM REPARATIO (plural), meaning
re-establishment of the happy time(s). These coins were introduced as part of the coinage reform of 348 AD. On the Falling Horseman type, Virtus or a Roman soldier is shown spearing a barbarian horseman. Varieties show this barbarian in different poses but in all he is dying. Of all Roman coins showing a battle scene, this series is unusual in showing the moment of death and contends with a Republican denarius (of M. Sergius Sileus) showing a severed head as the most violent and gruesome Roman coin. The barbarians who died on your coins were from several different tribes and countries. Some can be identified with some degree of certainty by their attire, hair and beards.

Cohen 46 ; RIC 84 ; Sear 18159
Some minior traces of oxidation. Reverse with fine details.
vf-/vf+

35,00 



CONSTANTIUS II, 337-361 - BI Heavy Maiorina, Nicomedia (351-352)

weight 4,82gr. ; billon Ø 23mm.

obv. Bust right, wearing pearl-diadem, paludamentum and cuirass,
surrounded by the legend; D N CONSTANTIVS P F AVG
rev. Helmet soldier rushing left, holding shield on left arm and spearing
fallen horseman whose mount has stumbled beneath him, shield on ground
to right, surrounded by the legend; FEL TEMP REPARATIO,
Γ in field to left, SMNS in exergue

During the reign of Constantius II and Constans a series of coins were minted with the legend FEL TEMP REPARATIO. This legend is probably the abbreviation of FELICIS TEMPORIS REPARATIO (singular) or FELICORUM TEMPORUM REPARATIO (plural), meaning
re-establishment of the happy time(s). These coins were introduced as part of the coinage reform of 348 AD. On the Falling Horseman type, Virtus or a Roman soldier is shown spearing a barbarian horseman. Varieties show this barbarian in different poses but in all he is dying. Of all Roman coins showing a battle scene, this series is unusual in showing the moment of death and contends with a Republican denarius (of M. Sergius Sileus) showing a severed head as the most violent and gruesome Roman coin. The barbarians who died on your coins were from several different tribes and countries. Some can be identified with some degree of certainty by their attire, hair and beards.

Cohen 46 ; RIC 84 ; Sear 18159
Some weakness, struck on a broad flan.
vf

55,00 



CONSTANTIUS II, 337-361 - BI Heavy Maiorina, Kyzikus (351-352)

weight 3,99gr. ; billon Ø 22mm.

obv. Bust right, wearing pearl-diadem, paludamentum and cuirass,
surrounded by the legend; D N CONSTANTIVS P F AVG
rev. Helmet soldier rushing left, holding shield on left arm and spearing
fallen horseman whose mount has stumbled beneath him, shield on ground
to right, surrounded by the legend; FEL TEMP REPARATIO,
Γ in field to left, SMKA in exergue

During the reign of Constantius II and Constans a series of coins were minted with the legend FEL TEMP REPARATIO. This legend is probably the abbreviation of FELICIS TEMPORIS REPARATIO (singular) or FELICORUM TEMPORUM REPARATIO (plural), meaning ′re-establishment of the happy time(s)′. These coins were introduced as part of the coinage reform of 348 AD. On the Falling Horseman type, Virtus or a Roman soldier is shown spearing a barbarian horseman. Varieties show this barbarian in different poses but in all he is dying. Of all Roman coins showing a battle scene, this series is unusual in showing the moment of death and contends with a Republican denarius (of M. Sergius Sileus) showing a severed head as the most violent and gruesome Roman coin. The barbarians who died on your coins were from several different tribes and countries. Some can be identified with some degree of certainty by their attire, hair and beards.

Cohen 46 ; RIC 92 ; Sear 18166
some weakness
vf-

35,00 



CONSTANTIUS II, 337-361 - BI Centenionalis, Aquileia (348-350)

weight 4,65gr. ; billon Ø 20mm.

obv. Bust of Constantius II, pearl-diademed, draped, cuirassed, left,
holding globe in right hand  CONSTANTIVS P F AVG
rev. Soldier, helmeted, draped, cuirassed, advancing right, head left,
leading small bare-headed figure from a hut beneath a tree with right
hand and holding spear in left hand   FEL TEMP REPARATIO, 
AQP• in exergue

Cohen 54 ; RIC 102
Attractive example with dark patina.
vf/vf+

85,00 



CONSTANTIUS II, 337-361 - AV Solidus, Antiochia (355-361)

weight 4,38gr. ; gold Ø 21mm.

obv. Facing bust, wearing crested and diademed helmet, spear diagonally
over right shoulder, on left arm shield decorated with horseman right,
riding down enemy  FL IVL CONSTANTIVS PFRP AVG
rev. Roma and Constantinopolis enthroned, the former facing, the latterturned to
the left. Between them they support a shiel inscribed VOT / XXX / MVLT / XXXX.
Roma holds spear in left hand, Constantinopolis holds scepter in left hand and rests
right foot on a prow GLORIA REIPVBLICAE,SMANBI• in exergue

unpublished variety; the die cutter made a mistake and wrote PFRP instead of PERP

cf. Cohen 112 ; cf. RIC 162 (R2) RR
Coin of a very attractive style. Very rare.
xf- à vf/xf

3.250,00 



CONSTANTIUS II, 337-361 - AV Solidus, Antiochia (355-361)

weight 4,46gr. ; gold Ø 20,5mm.

obv. Facing bust, wearing crested and diademed helmet, spear diagonally 
over right shoulder, on left arm shield decorated with horseman right, 
riding down enemy, surrounded by the legend;  FL IVL CONSTANTIVS PERP AVG
rev. Roma and Constantinopolis enthroned, the former facing, the latter 
turned to the left. Between them they support a shiel inscribed VOT / XXX / 
MVLT / XXXX. Roma holds spear in left hand, Constantinopolis holds sceptre
in left hand and rests right foot on a prow, dot between them in lower field,
GLORIA REIPVBLICAE, •SMANB• in exergue

Constantius II joins the lenghty list of emperors whose career was marked by a seemingly endless series of wars both domestic and foreign. He served as Caesar from 324 until his father′s death in 337 at which time he shared the title of Augustus with two other brothers, Constantine II and Constans. To make sure no more Johnny-come-latelies in his family would try their hand at being emperor too it is thought that he engineered a bloodbath that left nary a relative. Constantine II died in battle and Constans was murdered by the men of Magnentius, the first of several usurpers. This left Constantius finally as sole legitimate emperor and he moved quickly to suppress Magnentius, an endeavor he eventually accomplished. The strife didn′t end there, however, as he still had to deal with other revolts and wars on every corner of the empire. Caught in these never-ending battles he died while on his way to battle Julian II.

Cohen 112 ; RIC 170 (R4) ; Depeyrot page 277, no.11 (officina B not listed) RRRR
Wonderful coin with fine details. Only a few examples known Extremely rare.
vf/xf à xf-

5.750,00 



CONSTANTIUS II, 337 - 361 - AR Heavy Siliqua, Tessalonika (350-355)

weight 2,95gr. ; silver Ø 20mm.

obv. Head right with pearldiadem  DM CONSTANTIVS P F AVG
rev. VOTIS XXX MVLTIS XXX within wreath, TES below

Cohen 341 ; RIC 163 R
unc-/xf+

685,00 



VETRANIO, march-oct. 350 - AE Centenionalis, Siscia

weight 5,70gr. ; bronze Ø 23mm.

obv. Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right
DN VETRANIO P F AVG, A in left field
rev. Vetranio standing facing, head left, holding two labara, star
above   CONCORDIA MILITVM, A in left field, ASIS in exergue

Cohen 1 ; RIC 271 R
xf-/vf

335,00 



VETRANIO, march-oct. 350 - BI Centenionalis, Siscia

weight 5,53gr. ; billon Ø 23mm.

obv. Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right
DN VETRANIO P F AVG, A in left field
rev. Vetranio standing facing in military dress, head turned left, holding labarum. Behind him Victoria standing left, crowning him with a wreath, A in left field, HOC SIGNO VICTOR ERIS, •ASIS• in exergue

Hoc Signo Victor Eris means ″this sign will be the winner″. It is a variety on the motto In Hoc Signo Vinces, refering to the Chi-Rho-monogram. The history of this motto goes back to October 28, the Battle of the Milvian Bridge (AD 312) at which Constantine the Great defeated the usurper Maxentius who had set himself up as emperor in Rome. Son of the emperor Maximian Herculius, Maxentius claimed the same right to the throne that Constantine had claimed from his own father, the emperor Constantius I Chlorus. The difference was that Constantius conferred the imperial power upon his son Constantine on his deathbed, whereas Maxentius took his father′s authority by force and drove the old man from Rome. Constantine had defeated Maxentius′s forces in Turin and Verona, and advanced south, towards the bend of the Tiber River, where the Milvan Bridge crossed it. Maxentius had cut the bridge, and was on the other side in Rome with a superior in numbers force.  It is said that Maxentius trusted a pagan oracle that said ″the enemy of Rome would perish.″ But it was October 27 when Constantine looked to the sky, and implored the Deus Summus to help.  According to Lactantius, Constantine had a dream on October 27 in which he saw the Chi and the Rho (The Chi-Ro is a combination of the first two letters of Christ′s name in Greek, which is spelled ΧΡΙΣΤΟΣ), and heard the words ″In Hoc Signo Vinces (By this sign you will conquer).″ On October 28th, Constantine ordered the Chi-Rho-monogram to be painted on all his soldiers′ shields.

Cohen 4 ; RIC 275 R
Wonderful coin with excellent details.
xf

595,00 



MAGNENTIUS, 350-353 - BI Heavy Maiorina, Treverorum / Trier (350)

weight 7,33gr. ; billon Ø 23mm.

obv. Draped and cuirassed bust of Magnentius, bareheaded, right,
surrounded by the legend; D N MAGNENTIVS P F AVG
rev. Magnentius, draped, cuirassed, standing left, holding Victory on
globe in right hand and standard with Chi-Rho on banner in left hand,
A in field to right, surrounded by the legend;
FELICITAS - REI PVBLICAE, TRP
in exergue

Cohen 5 ; RIC 366 ; Bastien 28 ; Sear 18791
Very attractive coin with good portrait. Dark patina.
xf- à vf/xf

165,00 



MAGNENTIUS, 350-353 - BI Heavy Maiorina, Treverorum / Trier (351-352)

weight 6,03gr. ; billon Ø 21mm.

obv. Draped and cuirassed bust of Magnentius, bareheaded, right,
A behind head, surrounded by the legend; D N MAGNENTIVS P F AVG
rev. Two Victories, winged, draped, facing each other, holding between
them a wreath inscribed VOT / V / MVLT / X, surrounded by the legend;
VICTORIAE DD NN AVG ET CAES, TRS in exergue

Cohen 68 ; RIC 312 ; LRBC II, 58 ; Sear 18825
Very attractive coin with good portrait. Brown patina.
xf-

175,00 



MAGNENTIUS, 350-353 - BI Heavy Maiorina, Lugdunum / Lyon (351-352)

weight 5,87gr. ; billon Ø 21mm.

obv. Draped and cuirassed bust of Magnentius, bareheaded, right, 
A behind head, surrounded by the legend; D N MAGNENTIVS P F AVG
rev. Two Victories, winged, draped, standing facing each other, holding between
them wreath inscribed VOT / V / MVLT / X supported on a short column,
surrounded by the legend; VICTORIAE DD NN AVG ET CAE, RPLC in exergue

Cohen 70 ; RIC 121 ; Bastien 166 ; Sear 18819
Very attractive coin with excellent portrait. Dark patina.
xf/xf-

195,00 



JULIANUS II APOSTATA, 360-363 - AE 1, Tessalonika (361-363)

weight 8,67gr. ; bronze Ø 28mm.

obv. Draped buste with pearl-diadem right  DN FL CL IVLIANVS P F AVG
rev. Bull standing right, above two stars  SECVRITAS REIPVB, in.ex. *TESA and palm

Cohen 38 ; RIC 226var. R
Beautiful, fine detailed, portrait of Julianus Apostata.
xf/xf-

450,00 



JULIANUS II THE APOSTATE, 360-363 - AE 3, Kyzikus (361-363)

weight 3,29gr. ; bronze Ø 19mm.

obv. Helmeted bust left, holding spear and shield
DN FL CL IVLIANVS P F AVG
rev. VOT X MVLT XX within wreath, CYZA in exergue

Cohen 151 ; RIC 130 S
vf-/vf

60,00 



JOVIANUS (JOVIAN), 363-364 - AE 1, Tessalonika (363-364)

weight 9,39gr. ; bronze Ø 28mm.

obv. Draped and diademed bust right  DN IOVIANVS PF PP AVG
rev. Jovianus standing facing, holding labarum and Victory on globe
VICTORIA ROMANORVM, in exergue •
TESG

Cohen 23 ; RIC 235 R
vf/vf-

295,00 



JOVIANUS (JOVIAN), 363-364 - AR 1, Tessalonika (363-364)

weight 8,15gr. ; bronze Ø 28mm.

obv. Draped and diademed bust right  DN IOVIANVS PF PP AVG
rev. Jovianus standing facing, holding labarum and Victory on globe
VICTORIA ROMANORVM, in exergue •TESA•

Cohen 23 ; RIC 237 R
vf-/vf

295,00 



JOVIANUS (JOVIAN), 363-364 - AE 3, Heraklea (363-364)

weight 3,30gr. ; bronze Ø 18mm.

obv. Draped and diademed bust left  DN IOVIANVS PF AVG
rev. VOT V within wreath, HERACA in exergue

Cohen 32 ; RIC 108 S
vf+/vf

60,00 



JOVIANUS (JOVIAN), 363-364 - AE 3, Sirmium (363-364)

weight 2,31gr. ; bronze Ø 19mm.

obv. Draped and diademed bust right  DN IOVIANVS PF AVG
rev. VOT V MVLT X within wreath, ASIRM in exergue

Cohen 35 ; RIC 118
very minor traces of oxidation
vf-

38,00 





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