@John Anthony 's recent auction and received in the mail today, ex the Doug Smith collection. Attribution of these types is a bit complicated, as the obverses and reverses come in many variants, so I have spent the last hour working on the attribution. First of all, some of the busts are draped, some are not. Some of the altars are flaming, some are not. Some of the altars feature four dots, one in each section of the altar, and some do not. Some of the types feature CONSECRATIO instead spelled with an A or AE. So here is a coin without a draped bust, featuring four dots within the altar with a flame. So narrowing it down, could it be MILAN? There is a Rome issue I was looking at but the obverse includes the prefix IMP (so not that one). I'm taking an educated guess that it is the Milan mint. In fact, it was kind of fun going through the myriad types on Wildwinds and narrowing it down. Some feature mintmarks, some do not. Mine does not. So here we have: Claudius, AE antoninianus, Milan mint. Obverse: DIVO CLAVDIO, radiate head right Reverse: CONSECRATIO, altar with flames above, front divided into four sections with dot in each section. No mintmark. Reference: RIC V-1, 261 Milan, Minster hoard 476 (same type, though I don't think this coin is from that hoard, but who knows?) I took these shots in full sunshine, as it was difficult to get an OK one inside the house as the power in the house was off this afternoon as a contractor is doing a household addition. (It's back on now, though). Wi-fi therefore was off. Please feel free to share your DIVO CLAVDIO types!!!