I saw this coin as part of a lot from a reputable auction house, and it appears to be an exceptionally rare antoninianus of Jotapian. However, the style is very crude, and the metal colour looks wrong (as most of his antoniniani were overstruck, most are silver in colour). Victory is also pictured holding a cross rather than a wreath, and there appears to be a "z" mark in the left field. After some research, I was only able to find one other coin like this (bottom picture), that was sold by a different auction house in 2012. This coin has the same crude style, double chin, z mint mark and cross rather than wreath that the other coin has. However, it is silver, while this one is bronze. I was also unable to find out how much it sold for, as I don't have acsearch premium, and can't find it in their archives. Does this coin look genuine? As it is from a part lot, no weight or diameter is listed, and there are no returns on the lot (as it's a group lot). I am hoping to bid on it if it is the right price, but don't want to get a fake for obvious reasons lol Apologies for the poor cropping of the image; I had to remove the other coins from the lot. Thanks!