Picked up this Maxentius temple coin at the recent Leu Auction 7, as a few of you probably noticed I have been busy with late Roman architectural coins for the last year as I had largely ignored them while busy chasing earlier harder to get types. But in saying so I am extremely fussy as it is such a large market, so I look for features or even better condition as a precursor to purchase. Now these type with she-wolf and twins in pediment along with Maxentius with foot on captive although common can be pricey as the grade gets higher, this one is good VF but with a nice thin layer of silvering both sides giving the coin a light sparkly look very pleased, (the pic doesn't do it justice) I would expect a few others have nice Maxentius temple coins and would love to see them. Maxentius, 307-312. Follis (Silvered bronze, 25 mm, 6.77 g, 7 h), Aquileia, late summer 307. IMP C MAXENTIVS P F AVG Laureate head of Maxentius to right. Rev. CONSERV VRBS SVAE / AQΓ Roma seated left within tetrastyle temple, holding scepter and handing globe to Maxentius standing right, holding scepter; seated captive between; Victories as acroteria, she-wolf and twins in pediment. RIC 113. Good very fine. From the S. Pozzi Collection, privately purchased from K. Alber on 16 January 1973 and previously acquired from G. Brosi, Basel.