Constantine The Great, Centenionalis Mint State

Josh bought an incredible group of Roman bronze coins. What is outstanding about this group is their condition. They are in a splendid mint state, really outstanding condition. Josh has been selling Fine and Very Fine examples in the past but these coins are Mint State, even he was amazed! Even if you don’t collect Roman coins, at our special price and the fantastic condition the coins are in, you shouldn't really miss out on the offer. Each coin comes with a history of that Emperor and a certificate of authenticity. We have three different Emperors on offer, here we present Constantine the Great. These bronze coins are about 1,700 years old and in Mint condition! The quality is most impressive, as are our prices all things considered. The denomination is Centenionalis, we sometimes call them ‘Cent’ for short. Please don’t miss out on this Special Offer, we highly recommend it and supplies are limited...
Availability: In stock
SKU: SGM278-4199
£89.50

Constantine The Great, Centenionalis 'Cents' Mint State:

  • All coins are about 1,700 years old
  • Roman Bronze Centenionalis 'Cents' in Mint condition
  • Comes with a certificate of authenticity
  • Diameter: 20.00mm approx.
  • Photography representative of the coin
  • Only £89.50!

PHOTOGRAPHY IS REPRESENTATIVE OF THE COIN SUPPLIED

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