Hexagonal pendant set with a double-solidus of Constantine the Great struck at Sirmium in AD 321 to commemorate the second consulship of Constantine's sons Crispus and Constantine II.

6 miniature busts of mythological figures surround the coin. They are embossed, chased, engraved and, like the coin, are encircled by a plain collar.


Sold as part of a collection of jewellery and coins at Christie's 1970; Private colletion, Geneva.

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