Constantine I the Great, as Filius Augustorum (AD 309-310) Æ Follis

Ancient Coins - Constantine I the Great, as Filius Augustorum (AD 309-310) Æ Follis
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Title: Constantine I the Great, as Filius Augustorum (AD 309-310) Æ Follis
Attribution: RIC VI 99b Alexandria
Date: AD 309
Obverse: FL VAL CONSTANTINVS FIL AVG, laureate head right
Reverse: GENIO CA-ESARIS, Genius standing facing, head left, holding patera and cornucopia, K in left field, A / P in right field; ALE in exergue.
Size: 23.80 mm
Weight: 6.35 grams
Description: Choice EF with Egyptian red patina. The coinage title of Filius Augustorum (son of the Augustus) was short-lived and never accepted by Constantine. Constantine also stuck coins as Augustus in this same AD 308-310 series with reverse legends GENIO IMPERATORIS (RIC 104,106,108).
Price SKU: 45518
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