Tetrarchy in London - Partially silvered photos

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  1. IMP Shogun

    IMP Shogun Well-Known Member

    Monday is almost done here in New York.

    Great light today had me feeling like I cracked the matrix for taking pictures of partially silvered coins:

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    RIC 34.

    Love to see your London coins from the Tetrarchy.
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  3. Gavin Richardson

    Gavin Richardson Well-Known Member

    A light-dappled Diocletian.

  4. Orange Julius

    Orange Julius Well-Known Member

    A rough but still loved Constantius.
    London RIC 37a
  5. thejewk

    thejewk Well-Known Member

    Maximianus GPR 02.jpg
    LMCC 2.01.007 - Maximianus

    Diocletian Nummus London.jpg
    LMCC 2.01.007 - Diocletian

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    LMCC 3.01.024 - Constantius

    3.01.031 - Galerius

    Wonderful coin, IMP Shogun.
  6. Al Kowsky

    Al Kowsky Well-Known Member

    Shogun, Your Galerius nummus is a beauty :happy:! They don't get any better :smuggrin:. Some nummi from my collection are pictured below.

    Diocletian, AD 284-305 (struck AD 303-305). London Mint. Billon Nummus: 10.17 gm, 28 mm, 6 h. RIC 28a.

    2491170-019, AK Collection (2).jpg
    Maximian Herculius, AD 286-310 (struck circa AD 303). London Mint. Billon Numus: 9.67 gm, 27 mm, 6 h. RIC 25. Ex Freeman & Sear 14, lot 472, 2007.

    Roma E-Sale 72, lot 1453.jpg

    Galerius as Caesar, AD 293-305 (struck circa AD 303-305). London Mint. Billon Nummus: 10.46 gm, 29 mm, 6 h. RIC 33. Ex Brian Henry Grover Collection.

    NGC 2491170-024, Al Kowsky Collection.jpg

    Constantius I as Caesar, AD 293-305 (struck circa AD 303). London Mint. Billon follis: 8.99gm, 28 mm, 6 h. RIC 22. Ex Freeman & Sear 14, lot 481, 2007.
  7. maridvnvm

    maridvnvm Well-Known Member

    I have owned a few over the years.....

    Maximianus Herculius
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    Constantius Chlorus
    Galerius (as Augustus)
    Severus II
    Maximinus II Daia
  8. Fugio1

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    Here's a Mostly/partially silvered Nummus of Constantius
    RIC 14a, Cloke & Toone 2.01.010
    Ex. AAMC Auction 3, July 24, 2021, lot 306
    Constantius London RIC 14a-Mar.jpg I'm increasingly becoming more interested in the Tetrarchic (is that a word?) coins of London, and threads like this keep me attuned. Great examples above! Thanks @IMP Shogun for starting this.
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