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Identified Bronze Coins of the Fourth Century - under 20

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RC 3117 - Galerius as Caesar 293-305 AD

RC 3117 - Galerius
as Caesar (293-305 AD) large follis (24 mm)
obverse - GAL VAL MAXIMIANVS NOB CAES
reverse - GENIO POPULI ROMANI - Genius standing with laurel wreath and cornucopia.
(from an old collection)
SOLD

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RC 3344 - Galerius (Maximianus), 286-305 AD


RC 3344 - Galerius (Maximinus) (
286-305 AD)  antoninianus (c21 mm)
obverse - IMP GAL VAL MAXIMINIANVS PF AVG
reverse - CONCORDIA MILITVM - Concord (Harmony) presenting Nike on globe to Emperor
(from an old collection)
9

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RC 3341 - Maxentius, 306-312 AD


RC 3341 - Maxentius
(306-312 AD),  follis (c25 mm)
obverse - IMP C MAXENTIVS PF AVG
reverse - CONSERV VRB SVAE - Roma in a temple
(from an old collection)
SOLD

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RC 3342 - Maximinus II, 310-313 AD


RC 3342 - Maximinus II
(310-313 AD),  follis (c22 mm)
obverse - IMP C GAL VAL MAXIMINVS PF AVG
reverse - GENIO AVGVSTI - Genius standing with Nike (Spirit of Victory) and cornucopia
(from an old collection)
9

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RC 2926 - Theodora (second wife of Constantius I)

RC 2926 - Theodora (second wife of Constantius I), bronze of 15 mm
obverse - FL MAX THEODORAE AVG
reverse - PIETAS ROMANA - Piety standing
(from an old collection)
SOLD

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RC 3112 Licinius I (308-324 AD) - large follis

RC 3112 Licinius I (308-324 AD) - large follis (21 mm)
obverse - IMP LICINIVS PF AVG
reverse - IOVI CONSERVATORI AVG NN
Jupiter holding Nike (Victory), eagle at his feet
12

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RC 287 Licinius I (308-324 AD) - large follis

RC 287 Licinius I (308-324 AD) - large follis (22 mm)
obverse - IMP LICINIVS PF AVG
reverse - IOVI CONSERVATORI AVG NN
Jupiter holding Nike (Victory), eagle at his feet
12

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Constantine I (Constantine the Great), 307 to 337

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RC 3336 - Constantine I (307-337), bronze cententionalis of 17 mm
obverse - CONSTANTINVS PF AVG
reverse - GLORIA EXERCITVM - two soldiers holding two standards
8

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RC 3343 - Constantine I (307-337), bronze cententionalis of 19 mm
Commemorative of the Foundation of Constantinople
obverse - CONSTANTINOPOLIS - head of Constantinopolis
reverse - Winged Victory standing on a galley prow
* - CONS - mint of Constantinople
* Thought to refer to the naval victory by Crispus (Constantine's eldest son) which resulted in the capture of the site for the new Eastern capital.
18
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RC 3185 - Julian II (360-363 AD)


RC 3185 - Julian II (as Caesar 335-360 AD) - half cententionalis of 15 mm
obverse - IVLIANVS NOB CAES
reverse - SPES REIPVBLICE - Julian in military dress holding globe and spear.
ALEA - mint of Alexandria
14

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RC 3186 - Julian II (360-363 AD)


RC 3186 - Julian II (as Caesar 335-360 AD) - half cententionalis of 15 mm
obverse - IVLIANVS NOB CAES
reverse - SPES REIPVBLICE - Julian in military dress holding globe and spear.
CONS - mint of Constantinople.
14

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