Silver pendant (new) which encloses a Roman bronze coin of Emperor Constantius II, rosette-diademed, draped and cuirassed to right.
The reverse side of the coin shows two winged Victories standing facing each other, holding wreath and palm branch, raised dot between them. The legend reads 'VICTORIAE DD AVGG Q NN.
Mintmark in exergue: ASIS
This coin was struck in the Roman city of Siscia (Sisak) between 341-347 AD
Diameter pendant: 26,5 mm
Height: 31,6 mm
Dating coin: 341-347 AD
Condition: coin is in very fine condition. Signs of wear consistent with age and use, new pendant. See images for own impression.
Shipping: registered and insured parcel.
Certificate of Authenticity available upon request (pdf-format).
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.
No export licence is necessary within the EU.
An export licence is required for transportation outside the EU; this will be arranged by the seller, this can take 4-6 weeks.
- Ancient Roman
- Number of objects
- Modern Pendant with ancient coin of Emperor Constantius II
- Century/ Timeframe
- 4th century AD
- Good Condition, See Photo