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Better in hand (Rome P-R campgate)


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Better in MY hand, that is! 😀

Just received this one today, ex. Lars Ramskold, ex. Leu 25.

Wasn't even planning to buy it, but saw the way prices were going during live bidding and couldn't resist!

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Constantine I, Rome c.320 AD

Please show your ex. Lars coins, or anything mint of Rome from this time period.

 

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Nice acquisition.

Something close to @CPK's beautiful example

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Constantine the great, AE 3 - Rome, 2nd officina
CONSTANTINVS AVG, Laureate head of Constantine right
D N CONSTANTINI MAX AV, VOT XXX in a laurel wreath, RS at exergue
2.93 gr
Ref : Cohen #129, RC #3874 var

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Some campgate coins minted in Rome :

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CRISPVS NOB CAES

VIRTV - S AVGG P/R/RT, closed doors

Crispus, A.D.318 - 319, Rome, RIC VII 180

 

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CRISPVS NOB CAES

VIRTV - S AVGG P/R/RT, closed doors

Crispus,A.D.318 - 319, Rome, RIC VII 180, other door decoration

 

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LICINIVS IVN NOB C

VIRTV S AVGG P/R/RQ, closet doors

A.D.318 - 319, Rome, RIC VII 182

 

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LICINIVS IVN NOB C

VIRTV S AVGG P/R/RS, closed doors

A.D.318 - 319, Rome, RIC VII 182

 

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CONSTANTINUS IVN NOB C

VIRTV - S AVGG P/R/RT, closed doors

Constantinus II, A.D.318 - 319, Rome, RIC VII 183

 

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CONSTANTINVS IVN NOB C

PROVIDEN - TIAE CAESS // R ( wreath ) T

Constantinus II, A.D. 326, Rome, RIC VII 289

 

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CONSTANTINVS IVN NOB C

PROVIDEN - TIAE CAESS // RFT

Constantinus II, A.D.329 - 330, Rome, RIC VII 323

 

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CONSTANTINVS IVN NOB C

PROVIDEN - TIAE CAESS // RT, pallet in doorway

Constantinus II, A.D.324 - 325, Rome, RIC VII 267

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LICINIUS II – JKA-324 AE3 minted at Heraclea in 317 A.D.

OBV.: D.N.VAL.LICIN.LICINIVS.NOB.C.: Laureate bust left, wearing imperial mantle & holding mappa, globe & sceptre.

REV.: PROVIDEN-TIAE.CAESS.: Campgate surmounted by three turrets; in ex. MHTA

ATTRIBUTION: RCS #3819, RICVII #21 pg.545. DVM #8. C #41    

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LICINIUS II – JKC-365 AE Silvered Follis minted at Heraclea between 318 – 320 A.D.

OBV.: D.N.VAL.LICIN.LICINIVS.NOB.C.: Laureate bust right, wearing imperial mantle & holding mappa, globe & sceptre.

REV.: PROVIDEN-TIAE.CAESS.: Campgate surmounted by three turrets; in ex. SMHr, in l. field A.

ATTRIBUTION: RICVII #49 pg.547

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 CONSTANTINE I – JNAA-57 AE3 minted at Cyzicus between 324 – 325 A.D.

OBV.: CONSTANTINVS.AVG.: Laureate head right.

REV.: PROVIDEN-TIAE.AVGG.: Campgate surmounted by two turrets, no doors, star above, with 7 stone layers; in ex. SMKA

ATTRIBUTION: RCS #3878. RICVII #24 pg.647, DVM #85. LRBC #1158.

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CONSTANTINE I – JNF-188 AE3 minted at Siscia between 326 – 327 A.D.

OBV.: CONSTANTINVS.AVG.: Diademed bust right.

REV.: PROVIDEN-TIAE.AVGG.: Campgate surmounted by two turrets, no doors, star above, with 8 stone layers, dots in top layers; in ex. CSISU

ATTRIBUTION: RCS #3878. RICVII #200 pg.449, DVM #85. LRBC #714.

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 CRISPUS JNS-222 AE3 minted at Nicomedia between 325 – 326 A.D.

OBV.: FL.IVL.CRIS-PVS.NOB.C.: Laureate & cuirassed in palludamenian bust left.

REV.: PROVIDEN-TIAE.CAESS.: Campgate surmounted by two turrets, no doors, star above, with 6 stone layers, in ex. MNB

ATTRIBUTION: RCS #3923. RICVII #122 pg.620. LRBC #1095.

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CONSTANTINE II JOB-190 AE3 minted at Nicomedia between 324 – 325 A.D.

OBV.: CONSTANTINVS.IVN.NOB.C.: Diademed, draped & cuirassed bust left.

REV.: PROVIDEN-TIAE.CAESS.: Campgate surmounted by two turrets, no doors, star above, with 6 stone layers, in ex. SNNr

ATTRIBUTION: RCS #3948. RICVII #93 pg.615. DVM #38. LRBC #1112.

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CONSTANTINE II JOC-191 AE3 minted at Heraclea in 326 A.D.

OBV.: CONSTANTINVS.IVN.NOB.C.: Diademed, draped & cuirassed bust right.

REV.: PROVIDEN-TIAE.CAESS.: Campgate surmounted by two turrets, no doors, star above, with 6 stone layers, in ex. SMH8

ATTRIBUTION: RCS #3948. RICVII #83 pg.552. DVM #38. LRBC #1077.

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CONSTANTIUS II JQA-62 AE3 minted at Cyzicus between 326 – 327 A.D.

OBV.: FL.IVL.CONSTANTIVS.NOB.C.: Laureate, draped & cuirassed bust left.

REV.: PROVIDEN-TIAE.CAESS.: Campgate surmounted by two turrets, no doors, star above, with 6 stone layers, in ex. SNNr

ATTRIBUTION: RCS #3984. RICVII #48 pg.650. DVM #70. LRBC #1175.

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5 hours ago, John060167 said:

Here’s my favorite wins from the Ramskold collection- lot 2808 and 2781 respectively 

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Cheers!

Nice siliquas of Constantine I and II! Are those tickets written by yourself? I have a siliqua of Constantine I similar to yours, but from a different mint and with a different hairband. 

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