Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by Snorlax93, Sep 20, 2020.
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Yes these were all random
Am very pleased with that one too
Congrats, @Snorlax93. The Gallienus and campgates are already cool, in their present state.
The little silver hammered is a 16th c. denar of Habsburg Hungary. --Concentrate on the Romans!
Looks like another Gallienus
Another silver it looks, any guesses? Looks like a soldier/emperor with a shield?
Edit: think I found it on a site, noted as unlisted.
Your coin is a common bronze issue for Constantine I, though they can be silvered.
similar to the example below (sold) though yours does not have the horseman on shield and may not be the same RIC number as I can't make out any important details like the mintmark and I am not completely sure of the obverse legend.
IMP CONSTAN-TINVS AVG -- high crested helmet, cuir., spear across r. shoulder, shield on left arm inscribed with horseman.
VICTORIAE LAETAE PRINC PERP -- two Victories stg., facing one another, together holding shield inscribed VOT PR on altar.
In ex. BSIS
RIC VII Siscia 56
it looks like a Gallienus with Sol reverse, similar to below.
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