Constantius II, Follis, Hoc Signo Victor Eris reverse
Æ 23mm/5.7gm Struck 350 AD; Third Series
Con/ Semi-cleaned, green patina; struck slightly off-flan. After final cleaning? Choice Very Fine.
Obv/ DN CONSTANTIVS PF AVG; pearl-diad., dr., and cuir. bust right; A behind
Rev/ HOC SIGNO VICTOR ERIS; Constantius, in military garb, standing left and holding standard inscribed with Chi Rho on the banner and spear; behind, Victory crowns him with a wreath; III in left field.
Siscia Mint/ ASIS crescent in exergue
Ref/ RIC Vol 8, 304 (Siscia)
Seller's Note/ A very scarce and historically desirable coin; the reverse refers to the dream of Constantine, Under this Sign You Shall Conquer.
For further cleaning; very soft dirt, dry or wet; use a dull scalpel or DDDP. If you are not a shoemaker and go slow, this will be a gem in LRBC book...trust me!