This is one of the latest coins in the Seaton Down hoard. It could have been made in AD 348, suggesting that the hoard was buried not long afterwards.
It is the only example of this type of coins from the Seaton Down Hoard. It was made between AD 341 and AD 348 in Trier, in modern Germany and issued by Constans.
This coin depicts two Victories and was issued to mark the continued success of Constantius II and Constans, Constantine I’s two surviving sons and co-Emperors.
This object is on display at RAMM in the Making History gallery.