Details for issuing mint located at Londinium - London (Britain)

Mint: Londinium - London (Britain)
Abbreviation: ML, L, LN, LON

A mint was first opened in London when Carausius proclaimed himself emperor in Britain in about AD 286. Coins were struck at London under Carausius and his successor Allectus with the mintmark ML or L. The mint produced copper alloy coinage from the time of Diocletian until AD 326 with the mintmark LN or LON.

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