These days I'm trying to make a sort of a catalog of all my coins, to put everything in order and organized... So I'm going through each coin - making better pictures (as far as my photography skills allow me ), description, references, etc. So (to the point) I just noticed that my Constantine 2 follis might be Thessalonica 128 (r3 (4 - 6 known coins)) instead of, as I thought before - Thessalonica 122 (c1 (22 - 30 known coins))... Unfortunately, it is very worn out, so it is hard to say... The legends are supposed to be: Avers: CONSTANTINVS IVN NOB C Revers: CAESARVM NOSTRORVM around VOT / . / X What do you think? Am I right, or I'm the only who see mint mark "TSΔVI"?