Roman Constantine II (317-325AD) Centenionialis London VF-gVF

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Roman Constantine II (317-325AD) Centenionialis London VF-gVF

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Struck from 320AD to 325AD, when the mint of London was closed, we also have Centenionalis bronze coins struck for Constantine II - the 2nd son of Constantine the Great. Defined by a fine portrait of the young Caesar, as well as excellent detail in the reverse and a well-centred strike, this lovely batch of Roman Britain coins all bear the London mint mintmark PLON, and have been graded at Very Fine to good Very Fine.

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Country of IssueGreat Britain
Year of Issue317-337AD
MetalCopper Alloy
GradeVery Fine to Good Very Fine
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