Constantine I the Great Æ Numis
Constantine I the Great carried out a major monetary reform throughout his reign beginning from the time he was merely a junior partner holding the rank of Caesar. A new weight standard was employed for the gold and new denominations were added to the silver. Bronze coinage also underwent major reforms, usually for the worst, with a continual steady decline in size and weight.
These are the bronze Numis – the smallest bronze denomination The Quality here is VF to XF
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