The Milvian Bridge (newp)

Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by Aidan_(), Oct 24, 2020.

  1. Aidan_()

    Aidan_() Numismatic Contributor

    Hey y'all!

    Finding one of these in general is a bit hard. So I saw this on @Brian Bucklan site and bought it. Easy. Not complaining. No brainer right there. Really stoked about this little coin. It looks better in hand!

    Check it out: [​IMG]
    Constantine I
    AE Half-nummus 330 AD
    Constantinople mint, commemorative issue, 14mm, 1.1g
    Obv: POP ROMANVS; draoed bust of Genius facing to the left, conucopiae on shoulder
    Rev: Milvian Bridge over the River Tiber, CONS-H above bridge
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  3. Ryro

    Ryro They call me the 13th Caesar Supporter

    What's the (newp) signify?
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  4. Victor_Clark

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  5. Aidan_()

    Aidan_() Numismatic Contributor

    Huh interesting, do you have any resources that talk about this in more detail?

    New purchase!
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  6. David@PCC


    I came up with my theory and even added a poll.
    Commemorative Series
    Mint Constantinople
    330 AD
    Obvs: POP ROMANVS, Draped bust of genius left, cornucopia over shoulder.
    Revs: Bridge over river, CONS ϴ above.
    AE 15mm, 0.98g
    Ref: RIC VIII.21
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  7. Clavdivs

    Clavdivs Supporter! Supporter

    Great pick up for the price... I guess I just missed it as I was on the site twice that day - poor timing I guess? Pretty amazing you have it in hand so quick? But good for you for sure!!! Super cool coin.
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