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ID number: BIRBI-R3240
Object type: Coin
Institution: The Barber Institute of Fine Arts
Named collection: G. Haines Collection
Collector: Haines, Geoffrey
Maker: Constantine II; Constantine I; Londinium
Place made: Europe: United Kingdom, London
Date made: 322-323
Metal: Base metal
Diameter (cm): 2.00
Weight (g): 3.41
Axis (degrees): 135.00
Provenance: Haines 2693. Ex P. D. Whitting Collection by exchange, 1965.
Description: Obverse: Head of Constantine II, wearing radiate crown, draped and cuirassed, facing l. Reverse: Globe on altar, inscribed VOT-I•S X-X in three lines; three stars above and Γ B in field, to l. and r. respectively.
Inscriptions: Obverse: CONSTΛNTI-NVS IVN N C (Constantine the Younger, Most Noble Caesar). Reverse: BHΔT TRΛ-***-NQLITΔS (Blessed Peace). In Exergue: PLON
Bibliography: RIC VII 255
Notes: According to RIC, the PLON in the exergue of the reverse and [F] B in the field of the reverse are mintmarks (officinae) indicating Londinium.
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