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Constantius II coins Roman Imperial catalog

Flavius Julius Constantius II as Caesar (324-337)

coin Roman Empire Constantius II
FL IVL CONSTANTIVS NOB C
GLORIA EXERCITVS

330-333
copper
Constantinople
17 mm.
Bust right in draped armor and diadem / Flavius Julius Constantius Noble Caesar
Two soldiers standing either side of one standard / Glory of Army
Value - $5-10

 

 

Flavius Julius Constantius II as Augustus (337-361)

coin Roman Empire Constantius II
D N CONSTANTIVS P F AVG
FEL TEMP REPARATIO

350-355
copper
Thessaloniki
23 mm.
Bust right in draped armor and diadem / Our Lord Constantius Pious Happy Augustus
Constantius left on galley, managed by Victory, holds globe and Labarum / Happy times return
Value - $10-20

 

 

coin Roman Empire Constantius II
D N CONSTANTIVS P F AVG
FEL TEMP REPARATIO

351-355
copper
Sirmium
21 mm.
Bust right in draped armor and diadem / Our Lord Constantius Pious Happy Augustus
Soldier pierces with a spear fallen rider / Happy times return
Value - $10-20

 

 

coin Roman Empire Constantius II
CONSTANTIVS P F AVG
VICTORIAE D D AVG GQ N N

347-348
copper
Siscia
16 mm.
Bust right in draped armor and diadem / Constantius Pious Happy Augustus
Two Victories front to each other, each holds wreath and palm / Victory Our Rulers Emperors
Value - $20-30

 

 

coin Roman Empire Constantius II
D N CONSTANTIVS P F AVG
FEL TEMP REPARATIO

350-355
copper
16 mm.
Bust right in draped armor and diadem / Our Lord Constantius Pious Happy Augustus
Constantius standing on galley, holds phoenix on globe and Labarum. Victory on the wheel. / Happy times return
Value - $5-10

 

 

coin Roman Empire Constantius II
D N CONSTANTIVS P F AVG
VOT/XX/MVLT/XXX

347-348
copper
Alexandria
15 mm.
Bust right in the diadem / Our Lord Constantius Pious Happy Augustus
Legend in wreath / Jubilee 20 years, waiting 30 years
Value - $10-20

 

 

 

 

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