Mold (obverse and reverse) for coin of Constantine I

Roman
Imperial Period
A.D. 307–337


Place of Manufacture: Alexandria

Dimensions

Diameter: 25 mm.

Accession Number

59.25

Medium or Technique

Terracotta

Not On View

Collections

The Ancient World

Classifications

Numismatics

Obverse: Head of Constantine Ieft, laureate.
IMP VALER CONSTANTINVS PF AVG
Reverse: Zeus, with cloak over left shoulder, standing with staff in left hand, Victory on right.
Latin and Greek letters in field; above phoenix (?): K
IOVI CONSER VATORIAVGG in ex.: ALE

Provenance

By date unknown: Joseph V. Noble Collection (according to a letter from him the mold was found in Egypt); gift of Joseph V. Noble to MFA, January 8, 1959

Credit Line

Gift of Joseph V. Noble