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Numismatics - Roman Empire - Turkey. Constantine II (AD 337-340). AR Siliqua, Constantinopolis

Numismatics - Roman Empire - Turkey. Constantine II (AD 337-340). AR Siliqua, Constantinopolis

Constantine II, 337-340 AD. Siliqua (Silver, 20 mm, 2.54 g), Constantinopolis. Rosette-diademed head of Constantine II to right, his eyes raised to heaven. Rev. CONSTANTINVS AVGVSTVS / C•A Victory advancing left, holding wreath in her outstretched right hand and palm frond in her left. RIC 15.
Encrustation on reverse.
Very Rare.

Ex H.D. Rauch with his tiket.

See images for a proper impression.
Will be sent by UPS or DHL to all Europe, by registered mail to UK/Swisse/Rest of World.
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Orient Express:
Coins like this 4th century Siliqua, struck in Constantinople (final destination of the Orient Express), were popular among the early travellers that were on the Orient Express.

Culture/region Numismatics - Roman Empire - Turkey
Ruler/era Constantine II (AD 337-340)
Metal AR
Denomination Siliqua
Year/Period and Variation Constantinopolis
Condition Ungraded
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