Genuine Roman Coin Necklace (Constantine II, 337-340 AD)

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Genuine Roman Coin Necklace (Constantine II, 337-340 AD)

165.00

This delicate charm necklace features a genuine Roman Licinius coin set with a four-prong setting (reversible - photos 1 & 2). From around 337-340 A.D., this coin has made quite the journey to get here! The coin rests on a 22kt Gold Vermeil (90% Gold) over Sterling snake chain perfect everyday wear. 

  • Constantine II Coin - Treveri (Trier, Germany) mint - Back Depicts Soldiers
  • Necklace Length: 18 inches 
  • Charm Drop: 1.4 inches 
  • Coin Height: 0.8 inches 
  • Spring Ring Clasp 


** PLEASE NOTE: This is the exact coin you will receive! As all of these ancient coins were made by hand (and have aged about 1700 years), they all have unique shapes and printings; and are therefore one of a kind. I have included a link to the rest of our ancient coin necklaces below! 

Constantine II - He was (unsurprisingly) the son of Constantine I, and was named Caesar before he was a year old.  His inscription on the front of this coin is CONSTANTINVS IVN NOB C, which stands for "Constantine Jr. Most Noble Caesar".   This coin shows military strength with two soldiers on the back and the words GLORIA EXERCITVS or "glory of the army" around the top.  This image was often used in the Constantine era during periods of expansion, namely through France and "Alamannia" (parts of present-day Germany.  

*** NOTE: Necklace comes with a card of authenticity and the explanation of what the coin is.

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