Type 18 images:  AE2.  REPARATIO REIPVB
Emperor raises kneeling female rt., emperor holds Victory on Globe in left.

Siscia  23mm. 12:30. 4.28 grams. Siscia 26a3
Siscia  23mm. 12:30. 4.28 grams. Siscia.
Siscia   23mm. 6:00. 6.09 grams. Siscia 26a

  23 mm. 12:00. 4.48 grams.
  RIC Lugdunum 28a4
  mintmark:  LVGS

Arelate  24 mm. 12:00. 5.81 grams. Arles (named Constantina at the time) 20a
GratianGratian  23-22 mm. 11:30. 4.45 grams. Arles 20a
Thessalonica  24 mm. 12:00. 5.81 grams. Thessalonica 37a2
Rome   22 mm. 12:00. 6.10 grams. Rome 43a2
Rome  24-20 mm. 6:00. 5.78 grams. Rome 43a
Rome  22-20 mm. 6:00. 5.08 grams.  Rome 43a, page 126.
Antioch  24 mm. 11:00. 4.46 grams. Antioch 42a
Aq Aq  Gratian. AE27-22. 12:00. 5.78 grams. Aquileia 30a2, page 100.

Valentinian II:  Siscia, Antioch.

Aquileia  23 mm. 6:00. 5.54 grams. RIC Aquileia 30c.

A halved coin found in Spain.  The mintmark seems to be TCON for Arelate.  This piece is 27x13 mm, 6:00, and 1.84 grams.
Presumably it was halved to make smaller change.


Another halved coin from the same group. This one:  24x14 mm. 12:00. 2.96 grams.

Theodosius:  Siscia, Rome.

23-22 mm. 12:00. 5.04 grams.
mintmark:  SMAQP
RIC Aquileia 30d2, page 100, "378-383"


Theodosius. Antioch. mintmark ANTΓ
21 mm. 5.76 grams. 6:00
RIC Antioch 42eΓ

Magnus Maximus:

Lugdunum = Lyons

MM Arelate

  23 mm. 4:30. 4.37 grams.
  RIC Arelate 26a1.
  "25 Aug. 383 - 28 Aug. 388"



  19 mm. Axis of overtype, 11:00. 2.22 grams.
   This AE2 type is on a flan much too small and thin.
   The flan is from an official AE3
   with legend visible at 11:00 - 1:00 and
   4:00 - 6:00 on the obverse in this photo.
   The axis of the reverse of the undertype is about 2:00
   on the obverse photo, but essentially nothing of the Victory type can be seen.
   The overtype has legend which appears to begin
   with a widely spaced VA
   in the normal 7:30 position, suggesting VALENTINIAN (II).
   The new reverse has obliterated the type and legend of the overstuck coin.

This is a very crude imitation found in Serbia. How can such an obvious imitation have been worth making? Perhaps the earlier AE3 type was demonetized when it was replaced with the AE2 and AE4 types.  The counterfeiter thought it would be better to try to make a new AE2 rather than waste the AE3 flan. [This is mere speculation.]

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