I will start with my newest coin. Obv:– IMP CAE L SEP SEV PERT AVG COS - (II), Laureate head right Rev:- BONI EVINTVS(sic), Fides standing left holding basket of fruit and corn ears Minted in Emesa, 194 - 195 A.D. Reference:- RIC -, BMCRE - (EVINTVS instead of EVENTVS) No there are two strokes under the bust that I read as the II but they are very weak scratches rather than convincing letters. A legend ending COS makes no sense in this series but then again we have other coins ending COS I, CO II, II C etc. Are those scratched really there on the doe or are they an artefact of the strike? I have seen a few coins from the same obverse die and even own a few. The marks are there on these examples too but are equally weak. I don't have any answers for the reading of this die but keep my eyes open for it. My newest coin has an odd reverse legend too that I have seen on a Pescennius Niger coin (calling @dougsmit)..... and so the two elements combined with a low enough price made this new coin interesting enough to buy.