Recently won a group lot of folles from Roma Numismatics and I am going through fully identifying them and making labels for them. Thankfully all are easily legible, however I also want to include references to their RIC numbers if I can find them. Unfortunately I only have volume VI which appears to cover about half of the ones I have! Here is the latest one I have been looking at: What I have so far is Obv: IMP LIC LICINIVS P F AVG Laureate head r. Rev: IOVI CONSERVATORI AVG Jupiter standing with his head facing r., leaning on sceptre with l. hand, in r. hand victory atop a globe. Eagle with a wreath in beak to the l. Mint mark Dot TS Dot Epsilon Dot (The dots are much more prevalent in real life, I need to practice coin photography). So it is from the mint at Thessalonica, however the last coinage covered by RIC VI does have same mint mark, but not the same reverse legend. Does anyone happen to know the number for this coin in RIC VII? (I am assuming it would be near the beginning since the mint mark appears at the end of the period that VI ends at). Does anyone else have any coins of Licinius or from Thessalonica to share? Thanks guys, L.