I purchased a coin at one of the recent Roma auctions that I haven’t seen come up for sale before. Let me warn you that it is not pretty and more of a budget coin, but regardless it is being proudly added to my collection filling one of the last few gaps. As per the Roma description: Flavius Victor Æ 13mm. Uncertain mint, AD 387-388. [D N] FL VICTOR P F AVG, pearl-diademed, draped and cuirassed bust to right / SPES R[OMANO]RVM, camp gate with two turrets; star above, [mintmark in exergue]. Cf. RIC IX 29b (Arelate) or 55b (Aquileia) for type. 0.69g, 13mm, 6h. Please share your Flavius Victor coin or any information you would like to share about him.