Roman Empire Antique Coin Necklace. Constantius II. Featuring one-of-a-kind, authentic coins from antiquity, every necklace in our Quantity of One collection is literally a valuable piece of history. Each coin is truly unique, certified by a numismatist, and set in sterling silver or 18K Gold. Historically, the first coins were developed independently as far apart as Archaic Greece and Ancient China around 600-700 BC. By the time the Roman Empire was established, they began using a standardized Roman currency. More often than not cast with a likeness of the period’s ruler (be it an emperor or king), coins have transcended from simple units of currency to artifacts, collector’s items, and, in their own way, tiny works of art. There is only 1 of each piece, making all editions: 1/1.
Roman Empire Antique Coin Necklace. Constantius II. May 22, 237 - Nov 361 AD. Son of Constantine I, the Great. Ob: DNCONSTANTIVSPFAVG Diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right. RE: GLORIAROMANOR VM Emperor standing left, holding labarum and spear. Bezel in sterling silver. 26 inch sterling silver chain with lobster clasp.
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