Very rare and unusually attractive for the type
Lot 2891
Constantine I, 307/310-337. Follis (Bronze, 18 mm, 2.35 g, 6 h), Constantinopolis, March 326. Laureate head of Constantine I to right. Rev. CONSTAN/TINVS / AVG / CONSA in four lines; above, laurel wreath. RIC 13. Very rare and unusually attractive for the type. Very minor smoothing, otherwise, extremely fine.

From the collection of Dr. L. Ramskold, ex Naumann E-Auction 18, 1 June 2014, 911.

RIC recorded only two dynastic bronzes from Constantinople. In his treatment of the dynastic bronze emissions, Ramskold (Coins and medallions (2011), p. 126-129) included the example for Constantine I (in the KHM, Vienna) and additional examples for the Caesars, Constantine and Constantius (both offered here). Today, nine examples for Constantine I are known, all from officina A, seven of which are in private hands, five of which in the Ramskold Collection.
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100 CHF
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1700 CHF
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Closing time: 13-Mar-23, 18:47:30 CET
All winning bids are subject to an 18.5% buyer's fee.


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