What I was not expecting was it to be Flavius Victor, 384 or 387? - August 388 Son of Magnus Maximus AE4 DN FL VICTOR PF AVG SPES ROMANORVM / SMAQ, campgate with two towers Aquileia mint Flavius Victor was nothing more than a blip on the radar of history - Magnus Maximus, after deposing Gratian and receiving recognition from Theodosius in the East, elevated his young son to the purple at an uncertain date, as early as 383 or as late as 387. When Maximus decided to march on Valentinian II, he left his son behind in Trier as a symbol of his authority. Maximus was defeated by the forces of Theodosius and executed, and Flavius Victor was swiftly put to death. All coins of Flavius Victor are scarce to rare. Interestingly, this makes the second coin of this ephemeral emperor; I won this in a lot of LRBs on ebay back in 2017 Let's see those coins of Flavius Victor or any unexpectedly cool lot finds!