Bronze Nummus of Emperor Constantine I. Constantine I, often referred to as Constantine the Great, was emperor of the Roman Empire from 306 to 337 AD. This bi nummus was struck between 307 and 337 AD. It only weighs a few grams. While Constantine I achieved many things as emperor of the Roman Empire, many consider his greatest accomplishment to be converting his empire to Christianity.
The obverse of this bi nummus displays a portrait of Constantine the Great. On the reverse is an image of the figure of Victory. The Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) was chosen to grade this bronze nummus. Before grading began, this coin was checked for authenticity. Once it was found to be authentic, the experts turned their attention to its condition. It still shows many of its original details, which is why it was given the grade of Almost Uncirculated. This Roman Empire Constantine I bronze nummus could be a part of your collection, order today!