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The Killingholme Hoard - Constantius II, as Caesar (A.D. 317-337)
Treveri mint (Trier, Germany)
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K214 - Constantius II, as Caesar (A.D. 317-337), Bronze Follis, 3.08g., Treveri mint (Trier, Germany), second officina, A.D. 327-328, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust left, FL IVL CONSTANTINVS IVN NOB C, rev., Camp gate or more likely city gate with two turrets, a star above, without doors, PROVIDENTIA CAESS, STRE in exergue (RIC 506), practically as struck, dark patina, superb. $95 SOLD

K201 - Constantius II, as Caesar (A.D. 317-337), Bronze Follis, 3.11g., Treveri mint (Trier, Germany), first officina, A.D. 326,  laureate, draped and cuirassed bust left, FL IVL CONSTANTINVS IVN NOB C, rev.,  'camp gate' (more likely a city gate') with no doors and two towers, star above, PROVIDENTIAE CAESS,  PTRŮ in exergue (RIC 480), practically as struck, dark patina, superb. $75 SOLD

K204 - Constantius II, as Caesar (A.D. 317-337), Bronze Follis, 2.59g., Treveri mint (Trier, Germany), second officina, A.D. 326,  laureate, draped and cuirassed bust left, FL IVL CONSTANTINVS IVN NOB C, rev.,  'camp gate' (more likely a city gate') with no doors and two towers, star above, PROVIDENTIAE CAESS,  STR in exergue (RIC 456), practically as struck, dark patina, superb. $85 SOLD

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K244 -   - Constantius II, as Caesar (A.D. 317-337), Bronze Follis, 2.19g., Treveri mint (Trier, Germany), second officina, A.D. 330-331,  laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, FL IVL CONSTANTINVS INOB C, rev.,  GLORIA EXERCITVS, two soldiers standing wither side of two standards, TRS• in exergue (RIC 521, R4), practically as struck, dark patina, superb. $55 SOLD

K52 - Constantius II, as Caesar (A.D. 317-337), Bronze Follis, Treveri mint (Trier, Germany), first officina, A.D. 327-328,  laureate, draped and cuirassed bust left, FL IVL CONSTANTINVS IVN NOB C, rev.,  'camp gate' (more likely a city gate') with no doors and two towers, star above, PROVIDENTIAE CAESS,  PTR in exergue (RIC 456, Scarce), practically as struck, dark patina, superb. $65  SOLD

K243 -   - Constantius II, as Caesar (A.D. 317-337), Bronze Follis, 2.38g., Treveri mint (Trier, Germany), second officina, A.D. 332-333, diademed and cuirassed bust right, CONSTANTINVS IVN NOB C, rev.,  GLORIA EXERCITVS, two soldiers standing wither side of two standards, TR•S in exergue (RIC 540), practically as struck, dark patina, superb. $55  SOLD

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R134 - Constantius II, as Caesar (A.D. 317-337), Bronze Follis, 3.08g., Treveri mint (Trier, Germany), second officina, A.D. 327-328, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust left, FL IVL CONSTANTINVS IVN NOB C, rev., Camp gate or more likely city gate with two turrets, a star above, without doors, PROVIDENTIA CAESS, STRE in exergue (RIC 506), practically as struck, dark patina, superb. $65 SOLD

K42 - Constantius II, as Caesar  (A.D. 317-337), Bronze Follis, Treveri mint (Trier, Germany), first officina, A.D. 335-337, laureate and cuirassed bust right, FL IVL CONSTANTINVS NOB C, rev.,  GLORIA EXERCITVS, two soldiers standing wither side of two standards, TRP• in exergue (RIC 592, Scarce), practically as struck, dark patina, superb. $55 SOLD