Sons of Constantine I. Roman billion reduced centenionalis, 1.67 g, 15.5 mm. Heraclea, AD 337-340. Obv: VRBS ROMA, helmeted bust of Roma, left. Rev: GLORIA EXERCITVS, two soldiers holding one standard between them; SMHЄ in exergue. Refs: RIC viii, p. 431, 28; LRBC I, 941; RCV 16529. Notes: From the Doug Smith collection, acquired in 1992 from H. J. Berk. In the course of attributing this new purchase from AMCC's second auction, I noticed something confusing. It seems to be listed twice -- once in RIC vii and again in RIC viii. Do these two listings refer to the same coin or am I missing something? @dougsmit -- do you know? This used to be your coin! Here's the listing in RIC volume SEVEN (see no. 156): And here's the listing in RIC volume EIGHT (see no. 28): Feel free to post comments, related coins, or anything you feel is relevant!