Roman Empire - Silevered Follis -Constantine I (307-337 A.D.) Cyzicus SMK// GENIO AVGVSTI - B Genius holding patera and cornucopia - Silvered Bronze

Description
Roman Empire - Silevered Follis -Constantine I (307-337 A.D.) Cyzicus SMK// GENIO AVGVSTI - B Genius holding patera and cornucopia - Silvered Bronze
AU (About Uncirculated)

Roman Empire
Constantine I, silvered bronze follis (4.97g., 24mm). Cyzicus mint.

Obs.: IMP C FL VAL CONSTANTINVS P F AVG, laureate head right /
Rev.: GENIO AVGVSTI, Genius standing left by altar, modius on head, naked but for chlamys over left shoulder (falls low), holding patera and cornucopiae. B in right field. Mintmark SMK.

RIC VI Cyzicus 101b.

Brown original patina. Nice struck, centered, large flan, great details in portrait, see the head´s wreath !!, and silver wash still remaining (rare in this type )

Please see the photos for a better impression.

7360

Lot details
Country
Roman Empire
Nominal Value
Silevered
Currency
Follis
Year/Period and Variation
-Constantine I (307-337 A.D.) Cyzicus SMK// GENIO AVGVSTI - B Genius holding patera and cornucopia
Precious metals
Silvered Bronze
Type
Coin
Condition
AU (About Uncirculated)
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