Constantine II (Issued under Constantine I) AE Follis 3.20g, 18.32mm London Mint, Circa 322-323 CE CONSTANTINVS IVN NC: Helmeted and cuirassed bust of Constantine right / BEAT TRANQLITAS: Altar inscribed VOT / IS / XX in three lines. F / B in field, PLON in exergue. RIC VII 258 (R2) Yes, yet another London Mint. What can I say? I like our British cousins, and I want their ancient coins. This is my second Constantine II minted during Constantin I's lifetime in London. It is an interesting bust type to say the least, which is what drew me to the coin. Feel free to comment, or post whatever you want. Here is my other London Constantine II coin, minted 5-6 years after the coin above. Aren't these London coins great, folks? What a delightful style those celators from old London had.