Constantine the Great 306-337AD London Follis good Very Fine-Extremely Fine

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Constantine the Great 306-337AD London Follis good Very Fine-Extremely Fine

$195.00
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19030
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  • Roman emperors of the west struck coins at the mint in London, with a significant output of coinage during the reign of Constantine the Great – including these high-grade good Very Fine to Extremely Fine Follis coins!
  • Measuring 22mm in diameter. 

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In good Very Fine to Extremely Fine, we have a small number of Constantine the Great bronze follis coins struck at the mint in London. Introduced under Emperor Diocletian, and slightly larger than the Centenionalis at 19-21mm, the follis coins presented here are defined by a well-centred strike, strong detail, full inscriptions, as well as one of the mintmarks used by Rome for the mint in London - MLN, PLN, MLL or MSL

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Country of IssueGreat Britain
Year of Issue307-339AD
MetalCopper Alloy
GradeGood Very Fine to Extremely Fine
DimensionsAE FOLLIS
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