After a bit of searching, the closest I can guess is this, though I don't think it is correct as I see what I "think" is CONS on the right side of the obverse: Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine AE Follis 610-641 Thessalonica Obverse: DN hERACLIVS PP AVG, Heraclius on left and Heraclius Constantine on right, standing or seated facing, both crowned and wearing chlamys and each holding cross on globe, cross between their heads Reverse: Large M, ANNO to left, cross above, regnal year to right, mintmark ΘEC, ΘES, TES or TEC (72 combinations) SB 824, MIB 218-220 However, the most interesting thing (for me) is the fact that after turning it in the light, I can make out a bit of the host coin on the reverse. If you turn it 10-15 degrees to the left, I can make out a hand holding a cross to the right and what looks like a hand on the left. About 5 and 7 o'clock. I looked around but couldn't find a match. Am I seeing things or am I off in what I think I see? I'd love to be able to figure out what the host coin was. After all that, I'd like to see some of your coins that have host coins that are identifiable underneath. Thanks for looking!