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Roman Empire, Billon Nummus of Constantine I (AD 307-337) - London Mint - NGC Ch. XF

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Why purchase this ancient Bronze Nummus of Roman Emperor Constantine I?

This Bronze Nummus of Constantine I, struck at the London Mint, AD 307-337, is an exceptional example of the beauty of symbolism on ancient coinage. The reverse illustrates the sun god Sol with a globus in hand. The globus is a celestial sphere, representing the Cosmos with the Earth at its center. This image exemplifies Sol offering the Cosmos to Constantine, thus power to rule the universe.

Incredible Symbolic Imagery

The Emperor's laureate portrait is located on the obverse, encircled by the legend "IMP CONSTANTINVS P F AVG," meaning "Emperor Constantine, pious and successful."

The Roman god of the sun, Sol, is depicted on the reverse, with a globus balanced on his left hand. Inscriptions include "SOLI INVICTO COMITI" (To the invincible Sun, companion of the Emperor), "T" and "F" across the fields, with "PLN," the Mintmark of the London Mint, in exergue.

Graded Choice Extremely Fine

This Constantine I Bronze Nummus, struck at the London Mint AD 307-337, is graded Ch. XF, Choice Extremely Fine, by NGC Ancients, Numismatic Guaranty Corporation's ancient coin specialists. This superbly struck coin, having a Sheldon Scale equivalent of 45, features complete details with visible wear evident on highest surfaces. The coin's beautiful condition is preserved and protected in an NGC holder with grading certification label. An American Numismatic Association Certificate of Authenticity with a summary of the reign of Constantine I (the Great) is included.

Add this symbolic Roman Imperial Bronze Nummus to your ancient coin collection!

Grading Service:NGC
Grade:Ch. XF
Variety:London Mint