|Country||Uncertain Germanic tribes|
|Type||Standard circulation coin|
|Currency||Solidus (circa 301-750)|
Pierre Bastien; 1985. Imitations of Roman Bronze Coins, AD 318-363 (Museum Notes, volume 30). American Numismatic Society, New York, United States.
Pearl-diademed, draped, and cuirassed bust facing right and surrounded by legend.
Lettering: H II CONSDEIEIWIS IIAG
[Dominus Noster] Constantine Augustus
[Our Lord,] Constantine, August
Person facing left with star in front, all surrounded by legend.
SCIIIIIN - OVODOISC
[Soli Invicto Comiti]
[Accompanied by the Invincible Sun]
This coin is said to be struck from the mid-4th to early-5th centuries. With the prototypes for these coins struck in Treveri/Trier mint, and with those two types both being first struck in 316, 325 is the most-likely beginning date for this entire type of AE struck by an Uncertain Germanic Tribe.
The denominations of bronze coins that are unknown to numismatists are referred to as Æ (AE), followed by the coin's diameter. The Æ part simply means the coin is made of a base alloy, and because the diameter of these coins is never exactly as intended, different numbers can appear after the Æ for the same type.
The exact lettering of the surrounding legend may vary.
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|ND (325-400) PLN||Imitating Treveri/Trier mint|
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