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Constantine and his relatives, and Jovian.
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Skip down the page to: Constantine, Crispus, Delmatius, Constantine II, Constans, Constantius II, Vetranio, Magnentius, Gallus, Julian II, Jovian.
Some rare coins, including the rarest FEL TEMP REPARATIO, Vetranio, VIRTVS AVGG NN for Constantius II, chi-rho on a soldier-spearing-fallen-horseman of Gallus.
Feb. 8, 2018: Numerous AE3s of Constantine and Helena at the top.
Jan. 17, 2018: This page is newly separated from the Tetrarchy page. Crispus, with trophy, at the top.
Dec. 19: coins at the top. including a super Constantine II with victory on globe and an excellent Constantine with "eyes to heaven".
Dec. 13: Nice Constantine IOVI CONSERVATORI at the top.
Dec. 5: Constantine, MARTI PATRI PROPVGNATORI, Licinius I with partial silvering and iota-chi, Constantius I GPR with flan flaw.
Dec. 1: Uncirculated Constatine II at the top.
Oct. 31: Two excellent Constantine death commemoratives, very nice rarer FEL TEMP REPARATIO type (at the top).
Oct. 4: Vetranio, HOC SIGNO VICTOR ERIS, The first overtly Christian legend. Licinius I, two nice ones, at the top.
Sept. 26: Constantius Gallus with very rare chi-rho for the early-Christian-symbols specialist. Gorgeous fancy Licinius I. High grade Delmatius. Maximian VOT XX.
Sept. 11: Almost all prices reduced. Many are really nice coins! Also, I changed the format to put most prices right next to the photos and before the descriptions. That way, if you know coins, you can easily see what a good deal the coin is without having to go through the whole description. Many sold coins removed.
Skip past the newest and down to Constantinian.
Constantine as Caesar. 29-28 mm and the light color in the photo is silvery on the coin, not just light brown. I need a better photo.
FL VAL CONSTANTINVS NOB CAES
GENIO POPVLI ROMANI
This coin is large, full-size for a GPR follis, and scarce.
RIC VI Heraclea 31 "later 306 - earlier 307."
Constantine is very common as Augustus, but not as Caesar. And, when he is Caesar, it is usually from his own mints in the west, not an eastern mint like this one. [$135]
VO TIS XX on altar
RIC VII Lugdunum (Lyons) 128 [$22]
VICTORIAE LAETAE PRINC PERP
Two victories hold shield with VOT PR
RIC London 158.
Glorious patina, wonderful high grade portrait. London mint! [$35]
SOLI INVICTO COMITI
RIC Rome 33P. Traces of silvering. [$29]
This type is almost ironic because he is the first emperor to support Christianity and this coin has the Sun god, SOL, on it.
RIC Trier 368. Remarkably wide-set standards. [$29 SOLD]
BEATA TRAQVILLITAS, VOTIS XX on altar with globe
RIC Trier 368
Excellent glossy gray patina. Wonderful crested helmet. [$49]
The rarest type of FEL TEMP REPARATO
Only at Rome
Constantius II, 22-20 mm.
FEL TEMP REPARATIO
Horseman, with halo, spearing two kneeling foes
RE below. RIC VIII Rome 153 "R2".
Failmezger 412 "RR" (his highest degree of rarity).
Excellent reverse, which is the very rare part. [$275 + $6 shipping in the US. $3 more abroad.]
Helena, mother of Constantine
RIC VII Trier 508
Silvered 18 mm.
RIC Alexandria 58
A common type in high grade with some original silvering, which is quite unuual.
Because of the partial silvering [$49]
24 mm. Large for the type.
IOVI CONSERVATORI AVGG
RIC VI Cyzicua 80 "strck c. mid 311"
Lovely light blue highlighting [$39]
This might be the only coin in your collection with that remarkable and desirable color.
GENIO POPVLI ROMANI
This reverse is very common on earlier folles of Diocletian and his colleagues,
however, it is no longer common under Constantine. Note that this one is smaller than the earlier folles with this reverse. [$49]
VOT XX in wreath, DN CONSTANTINI MAX AVG around
RIC VII Thessalonic 101
Nice even brown color with a good portrait [$23]
VO/TIS/XX on altar in perspective with globe
RIC VII Lyons 175 "struck 322-3"
Lovely yellow-green patina. [$25]
VIRTVS EXERCIT. with trophy
STR RIC Trier 251 "r4"
The trophy varieties are all rare.
Constantine II, 317-337-340
Spectacular condition and detail
Bust left holding Victory, VIRTVS EXERCIT, banner with VOT XX, two captives below.
Constantine, VOT XXX
Heavy green patina over unworn coin. Lovely [$29]
[$30] Constantine the Great, AD 307-337.
22 mm. Largeer than many.
The first emperor to legalize Christianity and support the Christian church. He presided over the conference that came up with "the Nicaean Creed". This coin has
Jupiter standing holding Victory on a globe crowning him with a wreath, an eagle holding a wreath in its beak at his feet left
• SIS• in exergue, for the Siscia mint, B in field (for 2 in Greek)
IOVI CONSERVATORI around (Jupiter conserves, protects)
Interesting because this type was issued after he converted to Christianity (there is a good reason, but you'd have to learn why).
Constantine I, 307-337
MARTI PATRI PROPVGNATORI
26-24 mm. 4.2 grams.
A scarcer reverse, with thick green patina [$25]
WOW! Constantine II (with the legend of Constantine the Great), as Augustus, 337-340
GLORIA EXERCITVS. CONSTANTINVS MAX AVG
Two soldiers and one standard with chi-rho (an early Christian symbol)
A very common type. Remarkable uncirculated condition. Look at the details!
Every detail of the soldiers is clear. The strike is strong and even.
RIC Siscia 82. Look at the details of the soldiers closely. Then decide what an uncirculated coin is worth. [$47]
Commemorative of his death. Strck 337-340
DV CONSTANTI-NVS PT AVG
Constantine veiled right
VN MR (venerable memory)
Super coin. High grade. Great surfaces. [$49]
RIC VII Alexandria 35
AE2 rather rare FEL TEMP RAPARATIO
with emperor left with one captive
Minted only at Thessalonica and never comes perfect. This one is well-centered, pretty high grade, and only the uneven patina keeps it from being the best. As I write this in indirect light it is better than the photo becauae the coin is too glossy to photograph well with my skills. [$49] Only one on vcoins, not better, at $93 as I write.
If you have a "soldier spearing fallen horseman" and a "hut" and othe FTR types, step up and get this rarer type. (Or, look around for a few weeks and when you are convinced of its rarity and quality come back and get this one if it is still here.)
Thessalonica mint (type from this mint only) [$25]
A remarkable pedigree, with a hand printed note from the finder!
"Found in a ploughed field by myself with a 'minehead explorer' metal detector on a south facing slope with water in the valley. The field has distinct terraces visible + Roman pottery is evident where a Roman farmstead used to be. The site has also produced other coins, broaches, etc. It is situated close to the village of Frolesworth in Leicestershire. Best wishes. Tim"
Magnentius, 350-353. 22 - 20 mm.
Scarcer Amiens mint.
Of course, the note will be included. [$45, reduced to $37]
[$149] After 330 AD. AR Third-Siliqua (14mm, 1.20 gm). Constantinople mint. Helmeted and draped bust of Constantinopolis right / Large K. Bendall 8c; Kent pl. 13, 28.
Simon Bendall, in “Anonymous Silver Coinage of the 4th to 6th Centuries AD," RN 2002, provides a numismatic and historiographic basis for dating this anonymous siliqua to the decades after 530 AD.
ex CNG e82 lot 231 in 2004.
DN VETRANIO PF AVG
CONCORDIA MILITVM, emperor holding two standards with chi-rho on each.
A in field left, • ΓSIS* in exergue
RIC VIII Siscia 290
19 Jan. - 25 Dec. 350.
High grade, excellent chi-rhos (a key part of the type), all his hair and eye are excellent [$155]
Vetranio, 350 AD. 22-20 mm.
HOC SIGNO VICTOR ERIS, Victory crowns the emperor holding standard with chi-rho
The first overtly Christian legend.
A small chi-rho on a standard (a "labarum") held by the emperor who is being crowned by Victory,
with the legend consisting of the famous words reportedly said by God to Constantine in his vision before the decisive battle of the Milvian bridge:
HOC SIGNO VICTOR ERIS (beginning at 7:00)
("With the sign, you will be victorious").
A 21 mm coin struck by Vetranio in 350. [Very high grade. $255 SOLD] A very historical coin type.
[$39, very rare] For the early-Chrisitan-symbol specialist.
The chi-rho in the middle of the field of an otherwise common FTR solider-spearing-fallen-
RIC Aquileia 115.
I have been collecting early-Christian-symbol vcoins for 40 years and did not get mine (barely any better) until I discovered the type in 2015.
Compare to this one at $500: https://www.vcoins.com/en/stores/lucernae/90/product/constantius_ii_ae20_aquileia_lxxii_chirho_aqs_fel_temp_reparatio_very_very_rare/573587/Default.aspx
Delmatius, high grade. Too glossy to photograph well!
FL DEMATIVS NOB C
Lovely centering and glossy surfaces.
RIC VII Siscia 266 "r3" with two other varieties r4 and r5.
Campare to this recent CNG coin:
which sold at $380 + juice. Mine has better centering and full legends, with wonderful glossy patina
This is one coin you won't have to upgrade! [$145]
Scarcer Amiens mint
DN MAGNEN-TIVS PF AVG
VICTORIAE DD NN AVG ET CAES
Two victories, shield with VOT V MVLT X, cross-rho above
Sharp details, full legends, long mintmark .
[$29, reduced to $25 SOLD] Constantius Gallus, 351-354
FEL TEMP REPARATIO
soldier spearing fallen hoseman
Not the large size, and not the smallest size of this type. RIC Rome 258.
nice surfaces. Full legends. Clear Rome mintmark
Vetranio, 350 AD.
AE3 (not the commoner AE2)
18 mm. 2.05 grams
DN VETRANIO PR AVG
Emperor standing with standard with chi-rho and shield. RIC Thessalonica 138 "R" page 414.
[$129] AE3s are rare. There are only three types of AE3s under Vetranio.
[$29] Constantius II, struck by Vetranio, AD 350, at Siscia. AE3. 18 mm. 2.61 grams.
VIRTVS AVGVSTORVM. Old Sear --, RIC Siscia 295, Hunter --, Cayon --.
Unusual type for Constantius II
[$89, reduced to $85] Decentius (351-353)
VICTORIAE DD NN AVG ET CAE
RSLG (Lugdunum mint)
RIC VIII Lyons 137.
Excellent portrait with full, clear, name. A high-quality example.
Ex Berk, buy-or-bid, 12/27/82 lot 309 at $50 plus shipping. 1982 to 2016 is a long time and you can get it for a lot less than inflation would suggest, and that is for a very nice coin!
Chronological order begins here!
Constantine, Crispus, Delmatius, Constantine II, Constans, Constantius II, Vetranio, Magnentius, Gallus, Julian II, Jovian.
Constantine and Family
[$23, reduced to $21] Constantine
18 mm. 3.66 grams
Struck at Thessalonica 326-328
RIC Thessalonica 153 Very nice.
[$29, reduced to $27] Constantine
17 mm. 2.87 grams.
Struck at Nicomedia 325-326
RIC Nicomedia 121 High grade. Crisp.
[$44, reduced to $37] Constantine, 307-337.
ROMAE AETERNAE, Roma seated right inscribing shield XV
19 mm. RIC Rome 147 page 314 "r3, but there are other similar varieties)
ex Baldwin's, 1988. Nice scarce type!
[$45, reduced $32] Constantine, 307-337.
VO/TIS/XX (large and prominent) A scarcer type with no images--not even a wreath--just words.
PA in ex. RIC Arles 216.
Constantine the Great, commemorative of his death. DV CONSTANTI-NVS PT AVGG (PT = Pather = father)
VN MR emperor standing, veiled
SMALB, Alexandria mint. Nice centering. Full legends. Very detailed reverse figure. Significantly better than most. [$35, reduced to $33 SOLD]
[$115, reduced to $95, reduced to $85] Cripus, 317-326, struck 320-321 [RIC]
VO/TIS/V CAESARVM NOSTRORVM PA
Unusual type with long spelling of VOTIS and no wreath.
As I write this there are 464 coins that come up with a "Crispus" search on vcoins, and none have this VOTIS type (not just variety--none of the type!) RIC VII Arles 220 "r3" from one officina only (2 mints--there are three "r5" varieties at Lyons)
[$39, A top-quality Crispus, reduced to $37] Crispus
20 mm. 3.37 grams
Struck 325-326 at Cyzicus
RIC Cyzicus 36 Super detail and patina. .
VO / TIS / V
No wreath enclosing the vows. [$19 SOLD]
Ancient imitation in very nice condition:
Crispus (?). V/XX. Surely an imitation of a VOT/XX type, with
DOMINORVM NOSTRORVM CAES around wreath.
ex Vecchi in 1996 at $31. Still [$31, reduced to $27]
VRBS ROMA imitation from Britain.
PLG for Lugdunum mint. Small. Only 13 mm. Remarkably complete legends--the die must have ben small too. [$7 SOLD]
VRBS ROMA imitation from Britain.
PLG for Lugdunum mint. Small. Only 11 mm. [$6 SOLD]
[$19, reduced to $15] Mule! VRBS ROMA obverse with Victory reverse from the CONSTANTINOPOLIS type. This is clearly an ancient imitation. 13 mm. Imitations of t-both types are common, but mixing them up is not.
"Constans" imitation with good style but a flan much too small. Only 12 mm. Common GLORIA EXERCITVS reverse. [$2]
[$29, reduced to $25, reduced to $22] VRBS ROMA/GLORIA EXERCITVS
The common obverse type paired with a common reverse type, but rarely paired with each other.
RIV VII, Con 154
ex Baldwin's, 1988.
[$19, reduced to $13] VRBS ROMA, 330-337
Nice green patina
[$29, reduced to $21] Constantinopolis, 330-337
Trier mint. Black patina.
See my article about the CONSTANTINOPOLIS type.
[$21, reduced to $19] CONSTANTINOPOLIS
TRS*, Trier mint
[$25] Constantine II, 317-337-340. as Caesar
19 mm. 3.04 grams.
globe on altar
RIC Lugdunum 148 = 188 (r5, r3) pages 132-3.
Nice surfaces and bold strike
[$44, reduced to $39] Constantine II, 317-337-340
Constantine II, early Christian symbol Iota-Chi in upper left field (sometime called a chi-rho, but it never really is on this issue because the top of the "rho" is not turned like a P. Nice obverse type with Constantine II holding Victory on globe.
VIRTVS EXERCIT, banner with VOT/XX
RIC Ticinus 121 "r3" page 377, Struck 319-320. The Iota-Chi is there but not strong. Nice portrait detail.
Bought from Nemesis ancients long ago at $39.
[$39, reduced to $23] Constantine II (317-337-340) AE19.
Very common GLORIA EXERCITVS reverse from Constantinople, officina Gamma
RIC Con 60. Struck 330-333. Really lovely multicolored patina. Very attractive unusal coloring in hand.
[$49, reduced to $35] Constantine II, 317-337-340.
Struck 319-320. RIC VII Siscia 99v (unlisted for Gamma), page 436.
VICT LAETAE PRINCE PERP, two Victories
Interesting portrait. Unlisted officina.
[$25, reduced to $19] Constantine II, 317-337-340
17-16 mm. RIC Lyons (Lugdunum) 254 "r1".
Bought in London in 1996. Super green patina.
[$29, reduced to $23] Constantine II, 317-337-340
19 mm. 2.88 grams.
Laureate head right with thin mustache
VOT X CAESARVM NOSTRORVM
RIC Siscia 182, struck 321-324.
Constantine II, 317-337-340
RIC Antioch 65 "r3" (but several varieties)
Struck at Antioch 325-6. With a lovely original black-and-tan "desert" patina. [$29, reduced to $24 SOLD]
[$75, reduced to $65] Constantine II. AE15. VIRTVS AVGVSTI. Struck 337 - 340, as Augustus. Or, maybe just in 337.
Failmezger 389, "Scarce." I'd say rare.
RIC VIII Rome 4. Type struck only at Rome. Only for Constantine II and Constantius II. Very nice example for this seldom-offered type. "A short-lived reverse, unique to Rome and very rare" R. W. Burgess in "The Summer of Blood" (Dumbarton Oaks Papers, 2008) detailing the chronology of the death of Constantine and the Interregnum before his three sons became Augusti. Burgess thinks this was issued during the Interregnum after Constantine died and Delmatius was executed (very shortly after Constantine died) and before the massacre of the rest of the relatives.
[$59, reduced to $45] Constantine II, holding Victory on globe.
Trier, Struck 321/2.
RIC VII Trier 353 "R2".
Consular bust left, holding Victory.
High grade with excellent surfaces.
Schulten 23rd emission.
[$39, reduced to $29] Constantine II, 317-337-340
18 mm. Struck 320.
VIRTVS EXERCIT, standard with VOT XX
RIC Trier 275 "r4" (but there are other similar varieties)
Lovely black-and-tan patina.
Constatine II holds victory on globe.
[$17, reduced to $14] Ancient imitation! Warm brown. Worn as if well-used. Good style Victories.
The obverse reminds me of Constantine II. The "two Victories" type.
Legend letter-forms are not quite letters.
Tetrarchy (Diocletian, etc.) Constantine, Crispus, Delmatius, Constantine II, Constans, Constantius II, Vetranio, Gallus, Julian II, Jovian.
[$49, reduced to $39] Constans, 337-315
FEL TEMP REPARATIO
"Phoenix on globe"
RIC 232 "Rare" (but other varieties are common) page 154.
Glossy green patina.
[$19, reduced to $14] Constans (333-337-350) 15 mm. high grade and even patina
VICTORIAE DD AVGG Q NN, RIC Siscia 195.
[$12, reduced to $7] Constans, 333-337-350, struck 336-337.
15 mm. SMNA of Nikomedia. GLORIA EXERCITVS. Overall very common, this variety is "r1" in RIC. RIC Nicomedia 202.
[$35, reduced to $32] Constans, 333-337-350, struck 337- April 340.
AE15-13. SECVRITAS REIP. RIC Rome 16 "scarce".
[$65, reduced to $42] Constans, 333-337-350, struck 337-347. VICT AVG (rare type-- Have you seeen it before?).
AE15. 1.52 grams. Lovely color typical for Antioch "black and tan" patina. SMANI.
Excellent and remarkable for type.
[$49, reduced to $39] Constans, as Caesar, first issue, before the change from two standards to one. AE19. (Large for the type.) Struck 335-6 AD. RIC VII 201, Thessalonica. Constans is scare or rare in this early issue. This issue is larger in diameter than the later similar issues. The obverse is clearer than the photo. (I should take another one, but ...) Look on eBay for a month and then come back for this one when you realize how hard it is to get a two-standard Constans.
Ex Malloy auction XXVI, 11/30/1988, lot 716, 1988 at $31. In 1988!
[$49, reduced to $32] Constans. 337-350 AD. AE4. Scarce SECVRITAS REIP.
A rare type in good grade, not ever found full flan.
RIC VIII p. 249f.
Left: Constans, 333-337-350, struck 337-340 as Augustus. AE17-15. 0.95 grams. RIC Aquileia mint 34. Lovely natural green patina. Clear chi-rho. An early chi-rho (not from Siscia, but Aquileia. They are much commoner from Siscia) but there are some (not many) earlier. [$44, reduced to $25]
Middle: Constans, AE18-16. 1.48 grams. RIC Trier 196, page 152. Lovely glossy patina and large flan, but broken past the beading at 9:00-10:00. Its large flan has been super-glued back together. Therefore, only [$15, reduced to $8]. Super, except for the flan break, and large for the type.]
Constans, 333-337-350. 1.72 grams. RIC Rome 81. good detail and surface. [$23, reduced to $17 SOLD] A very nice coin.
Constans. Full-size ancient imitation. AE23-20. 4.95 grams.
DN CONSTA-NS PF AVG, legible letters on obverse
/illegible letter-like forms, possibly resembling "AQP" in exergue (for Aquileia mint)
Sear 3973 prototype. RIC Aquileia 99. "348- 19 Jan. 350". Page 323. Lovely hard green patina. Seldom offered. [$55, reduced to $49] Have you seen any full-sized FTR imitations?
Early Christian rarity:
Cross on the standard between two soldiers.
The basic type is very common, but this is a historically significant and rare and seldom-offered variety. For the early-Christian symbolism specialist. 15 mm. TRP
RIC VIII Trier 39 "R" page 143, "before April 340"
Type of Failmezger 381aCS. [$95, reduced to $75] . Have you ever seen another one offered for sale?
[$19, reduced to $16] Constantius II, 337-361
RIC Antioch 88
Bought from Baldwin's in London in 1986
[$17, reduced to $13] Constantius II as Caesar. Cyzicus mint.
AE18-16. Large flan for type. Nice even black.
[$119, reduced to $89] A rare reverse for Constantius II, struck 337-340, only at Trier.
IVL CONSTANTIVS AVG
VIRTVS AVGG NN
Virtus standing front, head right, holding reversed spear and resting left on shield. TRP in ex. Trier 74
Remarkably nice condition with all the original reverse detail of this rare reverse.
[$19, reduced to $16] Constantius II, 324-337-361. "M" on standard. An unusual variety for having the M.
AE15. GLORIA EXERCITVS, Trier mint. RIC 108. ex Baldwin's in London, 1988.
Lovely Constantius II, 324-337-361 AD. AE17. GLORIA EXERCITVS, CONSS<dot> Constantinople, RIC 75 "r2", struck 332-335.
Look at the even strike and bold lettering. Lovely! [$33, reduced to $23 SOLD]
Constantius II full-size imitation from Britain.
AE23-20. Large! 4.60 grams. A bold and impressive full-sized imitation. "galley" type. [$75, reduced to $55]
[$65, reduced to $59] Magnentius, 350-353
PAR Arles mint
RIC Trier 266 "Rare" page 213
Bought at Baldwin's in London, May 1988. Excellent portrait style and condition.
[$59, reduced to $49] Magnentius, 350-353
VICTORIAE DD NN AVG ET CAE
Two victories with shied inscribed
VOT V MVLT X
SV below, RPLG in exergue.
RIC Lyons = Lugdunum 130 page 187.
Not quite as green as the picture, and the green is stable and has been since I bought it in 1994.
A very attractive example.
[$69, reduced to $59] Magnentius, 350-353
Rider right spearing foe with broken spear and shield below horse.
RIC Lyons - Lugdunum 117 "S" page 185
crescent RSLG in exergue.
Lots of detail on the reverse.
26-24 mm. Large chi-rho
SALVS DD NN AVG ET CAES
RIC Trier 316, struck 351-353
The first fully Christian type.
A and W (Christ said, "I am the alpha and the omega, the beginning and the end).
[$110, reduced to $95]
Magnentius, 350-353. 26 mm. Big and thick.
SALVS DD NN AVG ET CAES
Many coins of Magnentius are "barbabrous" unofficial pieces. This is probably one. Note the tilted omega.
The famous chi-rho reverse design, the first fully Christian design. Nice portrait. Bold chi-rho. [$89, reduced to $85]
VICTORIAD DD NN AVG ET CAE (for him and his brother the Caesar Decentius)
VOT V MVLT X on shield SV in field below.
RIC Lugdunum 126.
Heavy green patina, but not as green as the photo. [$49, reduced to $25]
11 mm. Tiny!
A remarkably small imitation of the usual "two Victories" reverse.
Bought in Birmingham, England, in 1996 [$8, reduced to $4]
Vetranio, 350 AD.
His rarest AE2 type, among three. 23 mm. 5.48 grams.
Note: This is NOT the similar AE3. It is a full 23 mm.
This type is from only this mint and this issue.
VIRTVS EXERCITVM, emperor holding standard with chi-rhi
TSA RIC Thessalonica 126
Some silvering, very well-centered, very nice. [$195, reduced to $175]
Vetranio. 350 AD. AE3 (not 2). 18 mm. RIC VIII Sisica 296.
Rare emperor and rare denomination for him.
Very nice -- no problems but just wear. RIC VIII Siscia 296. [$139, reduced to $119]
He has only six AE types. Two of the three AE2 types are the least rare. The AE3s are special.
[$59, reduced to $41] Constantius Gallus, Caesar 351-354. Struck c. 351 at Siscia. 23-21 mm. RIC Siscia 329.
FEL TEMP REPARATIO "galley" type.
The galley is much scarcer than the soldier-spearing-fallen-horseman type. A nice example. Full size and full flan. Dark green patina.
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