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Bronze Coin Of Roman Emperor Constantius I - FJ.4473
Origin: Syria (Antioch)
Circa: 305 AD to 306 AD

Collection: Roman Coin Money Clip
Medium: Bronze-Silver

Location: United States
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Though civilization has made countless advances in the centuries since Rome ruled the world, the role and appearance of coinage has changed little. We immediately recognize this roman bronze as a monetary unit bearing a message of power and authority. It bears the noble portrait of Constantius l, one of the original four tetrarchs appointed by Diocletian. Those who first held this coin and purchased with it were witnesses to history. Whoever holds it today in its glowing setting of silver and gold is certain to make a little history on their own. - (FJ.4473)


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