Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by TheKingNerd, Oct 12, 2017.
Can't find on numista
Bought at a coin shop today for 30 bucks.
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Nice Meh! Very common but in high grade.
well the guy told me it was common
but i didn't have one soo
Luckily for you, we have many cointalkers that hang out in the Late Roman Bronze world. I am not one of them... someone will be along shortly.
The name is clear on the obverse followed by IVN which means junior. That is followed by an abbreviation for noble Caesar. The mintmark is also clear. When looking for a match, pay attention to the fact that you have two standards between the soldiers (not just one).
I had never heard of numista so I went looking and see no reason for an ancient collector to visit it. Try acsearch.
Welcome to the Ancients Forum, @TheKingNerd !
Welcome! That is a nice looking ancient Roman coin. I like the bust of the emperor, is that armor he is wearing?
I would call that a really nice example.
Could be Constantine II ..
Nice coin OP and Welcome to the Forum. I also believe it to be Constantine II, The NOB C part of the obverse legend means it cannot be Constantine I.
and @dougsmit i use numista to keep records of my coins
So what would have been the face value of the coin?
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