AN AE3 (BI NUMMUS) OF HELENA ENCAPSULATED BY NGC
Catalog:Coins:Roman: stock #1359410
Antioch Mint; 327-328 CE
Obverse: FL HELENA AVGVSTA. Diademed bust of Helena wearing mantle and necklace, facing right.
Reverse: SECVRITAS REIPVBLICE. Securitas standing left lowering branch with her left hand and raising robe with her right. SMANTI in exergue.
In Choice About Uncirculated condition.
Authenticated and encapsulated by NGC Ancients
Worldwide Shipping and Certificate of Authenticity included in Price.
Ships from the United States.
RIC VII, 80
Helena Augusta (c. 250-330 CE), often called Saint Helena, was the consort of Constantine Chlorus and is most remembered as the mother of Constantine the Great. She is later credited as the finder of the true cross and is still considered a saint by many forms of modern Christianity.