Ancient Roman Silver Modern Pendant with ancient coin of Constantine I - (1)

Description
Ancient Roman Silver Modern Pendant with ancient coin of Constantine I - (1)
4th century AD

Silver pendant (new) which encloses a Roman bronze coin (nummus) of Emperor Constantine I, helmeted and cuirassed to right. On the reverse are two Victory's holding a shield together with inscription VOT PR.

This coin was struck in the Roman city of Ticinum (Pavia) between 318-319 AD.
(Ref. RIC 87)

Diameter pendant: 29 mm
Height including loop: 34,4 mm

Dating coin: 318-319 AD
Pendant: new

Shipping: registered and insured parcel.
A Certificate of Authenticity (pdf-document by AntiqueShopping) is available upon request.

Purchased by the current owner from a Dutch collection.
The seller guarantees this piece is acquired in a legal manner. Related documents seen by Catawiki.

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Condition: coin is in very fine condition with a smooth dark green patina. Signs of wear consistent with age and use, new pendant. See images for own impression.

Lot details
Culture
Ancient Roman
Material
Silver
Number of objects
1
Object
Modern Pendant with ancient coin of Constantine I
Century/ Timeframe
4th century AD
Condition
Good Condition, See Photo
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