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Constatine Follis 320 A.D.


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Not a bad piece! It is definately a scarcer type, and more interesting being from a German mint rather than one from the Baltics, or Greece/Turkey as is often seen these days.


Keep in mind though that the rarity ratings at the time reflected those pieces found in major museum collections, with some "rare" items being common (coin not worth keeping), and some "common" items being rare (every mueseum wanted one).

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