Siliqua. Weight 3.18 g; diameter 18 mm. From Numismatik Lanz auction 120 (lot 570) in May 2004. Now in Brent Upchurch's collection.
- specimen from Bellinger, A. R., Bruun, P., Kent, J. P. C., Sutherland, C. H. V., "Late Roman Gold and Silver Coins at Dumbarton Oaks: Diocletian to Eugenius", Dumbarton Oaks Papers, Vol. 18 (1964), p. 179, no. 45; weight 3.045 g [click for picture]. See Bruun's opinion there: "The pearl diadem suggests Constantine II as Augustus, but the short hair on the nape of the neck indicates Constantine I". Note also that the specimen from Dumbarton Oaks is cited in RIC VII as SISCIA 229 (p. 455), i.e. as with rosette-diadem (sic!);
- specimen from Tkalec Auction February 2008 (lot 520); possibly pearl-diadem (tie with pearls) but could be also described as plain diadem decorated with pearls; weight 3.17 g [click for picture];
- specimen from Dr. Busso Peus auction 371 (lot 504) in April 2002; as above, possibly pearl-diadem (tie with pearls) but could be also described as plain diadem decorated with pearls; weight 3.31 g [click for picture].