I just received my first coin of the year. It's an error coin that I came across and just had to have it because the error is so obvious. Oddly enough the auction did not list it as an error; it was simply listed as “Rome Empire Licinius 308-324 Large Follis SPQR Optimo Principi High Grade,” and the description had the wrong mintmark. I paid $30 and believe it was a pretty good deal. Licinius I; Æ Follis; 313AD OBV: IMP LICINIVS PF AVG; Laureate, cuirassed bust r. REV: SPQR OPTIMO PRINCIPI; Three standards surmounted by hand, eagle and wreath. RS in ex. RIC VI ROME 349cS; Sear 15307. Also, it looks almost identical to the coin (below) in the Wildwinds database (let me know your opinion) which I think adds to the cool factor. Thanks, and happy collecting!