Post up your Constantine posthumous coins for us to see. Posthumous Constantine I AE-4 This is a posthumous AE-4, struck in honor of Constantine the Great (307-337 AD) by his sons, Constantius II and Constans, after his death. The obverse legend translates as "The deified Constantine, father of the two emperors." The reverse abbreviation, VN MR, is from the Latin "Venerandae Memoriae" which translates as "In honor of venerated memory." (Diameter: 15 mm. Weight: 1.28 grams) OB: Veiled head of Constantine, right - DV CONSTANTINVS PT AVGG REV: Constantine standing right, veiled and togate - VN MR on either side This coin was struck at the Alexandria mint in 347-348 AD with the mint mark SMALΓ. It is attributed as RIC, Vol. VIII, #32.