Details for issuing mint located at Constantinople (Istambul, Turkey)

Mint: Constantinople (Istambul, Turkey)
Abbreviation: CONS

In AD 326 a mint was set up at Constantinople, the new imperial capital founded by Constantine the Great. Its coins are rare as UK finds due to the city's distance from Britain. Its mintmarks are easily confused with those of Arles. A coin with a CON or CONS mintmark found in Britain is more likely to be from Arles.

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