7-1955

RIC VII, TRIER 382, CONSTANTINE II, BUST TYPE VARIETY, OFFICINA P

   

OBVERSE

CONSTANTINVSIVNNOBC [CONSTANTINVS IVN NOB C]; bust l., laur., cuir., Victory on globe in r. hand.

REVERSE

BEATATRAN-QVILLITAS [BEATA TRANQVILLITAS]; globe set on altar inscribed VO/TIS/XX; above, three stars. •PTR• in exergue.

NOT IN RIC

BUST TYPE VARIETY. Specimen similar to TRIER 382 except for no l. hand visible. Listed in RMBT (p. 72, no. 100). See also CORRIGENDA, VOL. VII, p. 198. Note that bust is cuirassed. For varieties of bust types I1 and I2 see CORRIGENDA, VOL. VII, p. 89-90.

See also:
TRIER 382, CONSTANTINE II, BUST TYPE VARIETY, OFFICINA S

NOTES

Weight 3.67 g; diameter 19.5 mm. From CGB Numishop (brm_336663), sold for EUR 280.

Other specimens:

- specimen sold on Roma Numismatics e-Sale 29 (lot 639) in August 2016 for GBP 40; from different obv. die; weight 3.01 g; diameter 18 mm [click for picture];

- specimen sold on eBay in July 2016 for EUR 73; sold on VCoins (Victor's Imperial Coins) for $125; weight 2.95 g; diameter 19 mm [click for picture];

- specimen from VCoins (Victor's Imperial Coins); weight 2.70 g; diameter 18 mm [click for picture];

- specimen from RMBT (plate XXIII, no. 100) [click for picture];

- specimen sold on CGB E-auction 34 (lot 12224) in December 2013 for EUR 24; weight 2.77 g; diameter 18 mm [click for picture].


NOT IN RIC © 2004 Lech Stępniewski