The 1st Tetrarchy The 1st Tetrarchy - March 1, 293 and May 1st, 305 AD I really love the large follis from this era and my goal was to obtain a coin of at least 28mm from each Augusti and Caesar, struck during the 1st Tetarchy and to also aim for the nicest portraiture I could afford. These coins are plentiful and affordable ... I think this is a nice set for any collector to aim for as the coins are wonderful in hand (much more physically impressive than LRBs) and if you were to be a little forgiving on condition can meet most budgets. The complexity of Diocletian’s reforms and the history of the Empire’s emergence from the Crisis of the 3rd Century leads to much reading and investigation. It is a lot to take in and understand – which adds to the value of owning these coins, in my opinion. Diocletian 284-305 OBV: IMP CC VAL DIOCLETIANVS PF AVG, Bust Laureate, right REV: GENIO POPVLI ROMANI, Genius standing left, modius on head, naked except for chlamysover left shoulder, holding patera and cornucopiae. Cyzicus Mint Struck 295-299AD Maximianus 286 to 305 Obv: IMP MAXIMIANVS PF AVG, laureate head right. Rev: SALVIS AVGG ET CAESS FEL KART, Carthago standing front, looking left, holding fruit in both hands. Mintmark B. 29mm, RIC VI Carthage 31b; Sear 13306. Constantius I Chlorus, as Caesar Reign: As Caesar, A.D. 293-305. Diameter: 29 mm. Weight: 9.34 grams. Mint: Cyzicus, c. A.D. 297-299. Obverse: Laureate head right. Reverse: Genius standing left, holding patera and cornucopia. Reference: RIC 11a. Galerius, As Caesar Reign: A.D. 293-305 (Caesar). Diameter: 28 mm. Weight: 9.33 grams. Mint: Cyzicus, c. A.D. 295-296. Obverse: Laureate head right. Reverse: Genius standing left, holding patera and cornucopia. Reference: RIC 9b. Thank you for looking.. please post your coins of the 1st Tetrarchy….