Licinius I, AD 308-324. Bronze reduced follis (or AE 3).

Ancient Coins - Licinius I, AD 308-324. Bronze reduced follis (or AE 3).
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Denomination : AE 3.  Mint : Antioch,  6th officina

Date : issue of AD 317 to 320

Size : 18.2 x 18.7 mm.  Weight : 2.58 grams.

Reference : Sear-3804 var.   RIC VII, page 680, #27.

Grade : gVF/VF, dark brown patina with tan earthy highlighting. 

Obverse : Laurate bust of icinius I left, wearing the Imperial mantle, and holding a mappa, globe and sceptre, with IMP LICINIVS AVG around.

Reverse : Jupiter standing left holding a sceptre and a globe on which stands a small figure of Victory holding out a wreath, with a small bound captive to the lower left, and IOVI CONSERVATORI around. The mint mark SMANT is below (the M is drawn very clearly as an H on this specimen), with the officina mark S (the Greek letter Dogma for 6) in the right field.

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