So I’ve had this coin in my junk box for quite a while and almost tossed it in the cull pile, especially since the badly worn obverse makes it hard to identify. The obverse features a laureate head facing right, with a dense, illegible legend. The reverse, on the other hand, is pretty good, showing a draped Genius standing left, holding a patera and cornucopiae. The reverse legend is GENIO POP-VLI ROMANI. It was struck in Siscia. The coin is small; 18.39 mm. 1.74 g. 180°. After looking around, I think the coin may be a quarter-follis of Maximian. RIC VI Siscia 146? The density of the legend matches his obverse legends, even though I can’t make out individual letters. If it is a quarter-follis, then it’s a pretty rare coin and worth hanging onto even if in bad shape. These were thought to be struck at about the time of Maximian’s abdication in 305. Can anyone offer some thoughts on this tentative identification, or suggest alternate candidates?