CONSTANTIUS II genuine ancient Roman coin + silver pendant

This genuine ancient Roman coin and .925 sterling silver handmade pendant features the emperor Constantius II, who led the ancient Roman Empire from 323-361 A.D.
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This genuine ancient Roman coin and .925 sterling silver handmade pendant features the emperor Constantius II, who led the ancient Roman Empire from 323-361 A.D. During his reign as emperor, he successfully defeated the usurper Magnentius in the Battle of Mursa Major. Constantius II also played an active part in the affairs of the Christian church. The front of the pendant shows the back of the coin with two military standards between two soldiers standing on either side, while the back of the pendant shows the front side of the coin with a portrait of Constantius II.


This pendant measures approximately 1.13” long (including the bail) by approximately 0.75” wide. Please note that the dime is not included but is shown to help you gauge the size of the pendant. The pendant uses a large bail (loop for chain) which allows the pendant to fit easily on to most styles chains or cords (not included) or to work as focal bead for your own unique beaded design. The inside of the bail is stamped with “925” so you can rest assured that the pendant is set in genuine .925 sterling silver jewelry.


This pendant would make a great gift for anyone who collects vintage or antique coins or any historians! This pendant would also make a great gift for anyone interested in ancient civilization, coin jewelry, or handmade sterling silver jewelry. This pendant is brand new and comes with our original store tags and box, in addition to an information card which states the following:


Constantius II

Flavius Julius Constantius

Caesar, 323-337; Augustus, 337-361 A.D.

Constantius was the second of three sons of Constantine the Great. Constantius eventually met and crushed Magnentius in the Battle of Mursa Major, one of the bloodiest battles in Roman history. Constantius took an active part in the affairs of the Christian church, he is not remembered as a restorer of unity, but as a heretic who arbitrarily imposed his will on the church.

You can feel confident that this coin is genuine, each coin has been inspected and approved to be authentic by a Professional Numismatic who specializes in Roman coinage. We unconditionally guarantee this Roman coin to be Authentic.


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