Old coin

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  1. Harvey D

    Harvey D Member

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  3. Harvey D

    Harvey D Member

    A3CD50C5-0B8A-419A-BCB7-566BD6D4875B.jpeg 5C2F87EA-8818-4E04-9B10-1F56AB95DFA3.jpeg C023A85F-95D7-478D-B1C3-138D41AECF7F.jpeg 4A6AB51C-199D-497D-B970-E646C4A3FDF6.jpeg C023A85F-95D7-478D-B1C3-138D41AECF7F.jpeg 10CAEE84-C650-4701-9CAE-928FAC5CC966.jpeg F2FFEBAC-064C-4B79-AB82-B4F801DBFD5E.jpeg E7569B75-DCFA-4FFF-9213-D6FA484B8F01.jpeg 4A6AB51C-199D-497D-B970-E646C4A3FDF6.jpeg F2FFEBAC-064C-4B79-AB82-B4F801DBFD5E.jpeg 10CAEE84-C650-4701-9CAE-928FAC5CC966.jpeg C023A85F-95D7-478D-B1C3-138D41AECF7F.jpeg 5C2F87EA-8818-4E04-9B10-1F56AB95DFA3.jpeg A3CD50C5-0B8A-419A-BCB7-566BD6D4875B.jpeg 4A6AB51C-199D-497D-B970-E646C4A3FDF6.jpeg E7569B75-DCFA-4FFF-9213-D6FA484B8F01.jpeg I found this old coin can anyone tell me anything about it please? Thanks
  4. jcm

    jcm Active Member

    Late Roman bronze, should be in the ancients forum.
  5. swish513

    swish513 Penny & Cent Collector

    Late Roman Bronze, 2 soldiers with a standard between, 4th Century, not worth a bunch.
  6. Parthicus

    Parthicus Well-Known Member

    It's a late Roman Empire bronze coin of either Constantine the Great (307-337) or one of his three sons (who were confusingly named Constantine, Constantius, and Constans). The reverse shows two soldiers to either side of a military standard and the legend "Gloria Exercitus" (The Glory of the Army). Mintmark at the bottom of reverse seems to be TS for Thessalonika in Greece. A few people here specialize in these coins, and they may be able to give more info.
  7. ancient coin hunter

    ancient coin hunter Amen-Ra-Hotep

    Quite a common type. I can't make out the obverse legend completely but it's probably Constantinus II or Constantius II. If you want to upgrade, pretty nice examples can be had for $15-$25.
  8. juris klavins

    juris klavins Well-Known Member

  9. Cheech9712

    Cheech9712 Every thing is a guess

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