Constantine the Great
 
 
 
 

examples of the Constantine VLPP without a helmet from Arles. 

  This bust type is not listed in RIC for this series, but there was an example in the Bikic- Do hoard, which is illustrated on page 43 of Sirmium VIII. Études de Numismatique Danubienne: Trésors, Lingots, Imitations. Monnaies de Fouilles IV au XII Siècle.  It is also referenced in Ferrando's L’atelier monétaire d’Arles. De Constantin le Grand à Romulus Augustule, 313-476, as number 428.


 


bikic-Do
                  Arles VLPP

Constantine I VLPP Arles

Constantine I VLPP Arles

Constantine I VLPP
                    Arles

This coin is illustrated in Sirmium VIII. Études de Numismatique Danubienne: Trésors, Lingots, Imitations. Monnaies de Fouilles
                    IV au XII Siècle on page 43.


    18mm x 20mm, 2.59g

  This is the coin referred to   on Helvetica's site which used to belong to 'Arles' and now belongs to Beast.

18x20mm   3gm
 
 purchased on E-bay in 2005.

This example belongs to Jerome Holderman



Constantine I VLPP from
                    Arles

Constantine I VLPP from
                    Arles

Constantine I VLPP from
                    Arles

Constantine I VLPP from
                    Arles

18mm     3.2gm 19mm   3.1gm from the collection of Peter Poulsen  "seuk"
18mm     2.8gm







 

Constantine the Great