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Imitation of Constantine I (The Great)
Larueate, helmeted, and cuirassed bust right
Two Victories standing vis À vis, together holding on altar a signa(?)
cf. RIC VII P. 224
Classical Numismatic Group
Good VF, dark green patina.
Imitations of the ‘Victoriae laetae’ types are commonly found in hoards of northern Europe. On this particular imitation, the inscribed wreath has been replaced by a signa, which was featured on other coins contemporary with the ‘Victoriae laetae’ issues.
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