This was one of those coins that i just had to have once I saw it. It's my first campgate, and the details on both sides of the coin really amazed me. I love that lots of the bronze shows through the tone, and gives a good appearance of what these looked like when they circulated in the marketplace. This was in John Anthony's last auction, and it was his opinion that this coin showed no ( or almost no)evidence of past cleaning and I'd have to agree. Somehow it was well preservered for centuries. Constantine II Caesar, AD 324-337; AE19, 3.4g Truer Mint AD 327-328 Obv: FLIVL CONSTANTIVS NOB C Laureate, draped and cuirassesed bust right. Rev: PROVIDENTIAE CAESS Campgate with two turrets and one star above// dot PTRE Reference: RIC VII 514, p.213 Thanks for another great coin John!! I know nothing of Constantine II other than he was a son of Constantine the Great, and now that I have this coin, I have a little research to do! I'd like to see more campgates, or Constantius coins, or whatever you want!!