Coins from long lost civilizations are always incredible additions to any collection! These special Roman Gladiator coins were struck to honor the 1,100th anniversary of the founding of the original city of Rome. They are actually some of the first commemorative coins in numismatic history!
Constantius 2nd was the son of Constantine the Great, and was a great fan of the Gladiators that fought in the Roman Colosseum. This coin dates anywhere from 317 to 361. In a fantastic Very Fine (VF) grade certified by NGC, this is an excellent piece to add to or start an ancient coin collection!
- NGC Certified
- Very Fine condition
- Constantinus II's reign