Late Empire (ish)?

Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by Colby J., Oct 16, 2019.

  1. Colby J.

    Colby J. Active Member

    Got some oldies for you guys. Ive had no luck on the inscriptions, so I came here. Buffalo nickel is for comparison. I believe that they're very let empire (Valens of Valentinian, Arcadius, Romulus Augustus, etc.). I just need a general idea of what they might be and I'll do the rest. Thanks for anyone who takes the time to help. ;) 32040896_Unknown.JPG 32040912_Unknown.JPG
     
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  3. gsimonel

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    Upper left is a votive of Constantius II. The reverse image is upside down. It says VOT/XX/MVLT/XXX.

    Bottom right looks like a SPES REPVBLICAE, emperor-with-globe-and-spear type, dating from, I think 355-361 A.D., making it either Constantius II or Julian II.

    SWAG: Upper right Valentinain III (with shortened obverse inscription-D N VALEN- P F AVG?), Victory reverse?
     
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  4. Colby J.

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    Thanks! Just found them all. Giving you best answer for that!
     
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