Roman Empire - Lot comprising 4 coins: Maiorina - Follis (2) - Quadrans. Augustus - Gratian - Constans - Constantius II - Bronze

Description
Roman Empire - Lot comprising 4 coins: Maiorina - Follis (2) - Quadrans. Augustus - Gratian - Constans - Constantius II - Bronze
Various conditions

Roman Empire - Lot comprising four (4) coins:

- Augustus (27 B.C. - 14 A.D.) bronze quadrans, minted in Colonia Patricia, ancient Baetica provincia in Hispania (actual Cordoba). (22 mm. 4.34g.). COLO P-A-T-R. Sacrificial implements.

- Gratian, AE2. Arles. (3.78 g, 22 mm.). REPARATIO REIPVB/SMAQP.

- Constans, bronze follis. Tessalonica. (2,68 g, 18 mm.) FELTEMP REPARATIO/TEST.

- Constantius II, bronze follis. (2,61 g, 19 mm.).

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Lot details
Country
Roman Empire
Currency
Lot comprising 4 coins: Maiorina - Follis (2) - Quadrans.
Year/Period and Variation
Augustus - Gratian - Constans - Constantius II
Precious metals
Bronze
No. of items
4
Type
Coin
Condition
Various conditions
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