Ancient Rome Constantinopolis Folis with Victory 307AD to 337AD
Roman emperor Constantine I (the Great) founded the city of Constantinople, formerly Byzantium, now Istanbul, in north western Turkey and issued this coin to commemorate its founding. The front shows a personification of the city and the back shows the Roman goddess Victory.
These coins appear today with several minor variations, and they are all worth about the same value. Our two pictures show typical variations.
worn: $20 US dollars approximate catalog value
average circulated: $50
well preserved: $100
Only coins in exceptional condition and eye appeal reach the $100 level.
Be sure to check our Important Terminology page for information about catalog values.
, Genre: Ancient
Requested by: Blair, Fri, 15-Jan-2016 14:45:32 GMT
Answered by: Paul, Sat, 16-Jan-2016 14:42:55 GMT
Requester description: 310AD profile on front looking left wearing a galea hat
winged figure on back holding a staff/horn with foot on prow of ship, left arm holding a shield
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