Constantine I - Dafne
Obverse: CONSTANTINVS MAX AVG
Reverse: CONSTANINIANA DAFNE
I had some difficulty initially attributing this, but within hours of posting it on NUMISM-L, I had received the following information:
The following information kindly supplied by G. Thomas Schroer:
Victory is seated left on a cippus, with a palm branch in each hand
and a trophy in front, and she is spurning a kneeling captive. It is a commemoration of a fortress named Dafne on the Danube.
A fortress that was constructed about 328, the year of the issue of the coin in question. Constantine also issued a
medallion commemorating the fortifications with the inscription SALVS REIP DANVVIVS, per
RIC. While not rare, or really even truly scarce, it is certainly not a very common type, and is a desirable coin.
For your reference, it appears to be RIC-32, with the obverse
Further comments offered by Michael A Fox
What you have is a nice specimen of Constantine's Dafne coinage, a very