Emperor Crispus Ancient Roman Bronze Nummus Coin, 320 AD, NGC MS Mint State

A bronze nummus from the Ancient Roman Empire, produced between 316-326 A.D. during the reign of the Emperor Crispus (eldest son of Constantine the Great). This coin is professionally graded and authenticated by NGC to be in MS (Mint State) condition, with no wear, a strong, well-centered strike, and a stable crack. This listing is for the exact coin pictured.

The coin's obverse features Emperor Crispus. The reverse side of the coin features a laurel wreath (Roman symbol of victory), surrounded by Latin inscriptions. I can provide a transcription and translation of the inscriptions on request.

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