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  1. Licinius II, Follis, Thessalonica, AD 320, MS(60-62), Bronze, RIC:119 laureate, draped, cuirassed bust left VOT V in two lines within wreath, star in badge at the top of the wreath. Mintmark TSEVI LICINIVS IVN NOB CAES CAESARVM NOSTRORVM RIC : 119 Coin condition : MS(60-62) Composition : Bronze Mint name : Thessalonica Denomination : Follis Year : Not Applicable 3.27 gr #Numismatique # ...

  2. Licinius II, Follis, Siscia, 320 AD, MS(60-62), Bronze, RIC:132 laureate cuirassed bust left, holding mappa and Victory on globe two captives at foot of standard inscribed VOT/X, S left, F over HL right. Mintmark ΔSIS-star-in-crescent LICINIVS IVN NOB CAES VIRTVS EXERCIT RIC : 132 Coin condition : MS(60-62) Composition : Bronze Denomination : Follis Mint name : Siscia Year : Not Applicable 3 ...

  3. Licinius II, Follis, Siscia, 320 AD, , Bronze, RIC:132: laureate cuirassed bust left, holding mappa and Victory on globe: two captives at foot of standard inscribed VOT/X, S left, F over HL right.

  4. R3053 - Licinius II, as Ceasar (317-324 A.D.), Follis, 2.78g., Cyzicus mint (Belkis, Turkey), first officina, DN VAL LICIN LICINIVS NOB C, helmeted bust of the Caesar left with spear and shield, rev., IOVI CONSERVATORI, Jupiter standing left with Victory on globe and scepter, between eagle and captive, •SMK•A in exergue, X III control mark in field right, (RIC 19), extremely fine.

  5. Oct 30, 2016 · Coin show purchase today. Not uncommon but got it for a song and loved the patina on this little thing. Show off your Licinius II coins! Licinius II 317-324 Roman AE Follis Antioch, AD 317-318 17.55 mm; 3.36 gm Obv: DN VAL LICIN LICINIVS NOB C, Laureate bust l., holding mappa in r. hand and globe and scepter in l.

  6. Licinius II Follis, licinius II Follis MA Coin shops. US / $ English; Français; Nederlands; ... New since 3 days 7 days All items ...

  7. Licinius II AE follis, Nicomedia, AD 318-320, DN VAL LICIN LICINVS NOB C, Laureate head, draped and curissed bust r., Rev. PROVIDENTIAE CAESS, Jupiter standing left holding Victory on globe and resting on sceptre, branch left, dot over Γ right, SMN in exergue. RIC VII Nicomedia 34; CF. Sear 15419. 3.57g, 1.8cm diameter.

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