Very recent pickup that I absolutely love. Many do not like the "Big Head/T-Rex arm" hilarity of these LRBs but they have really grown on me over the last year or so. I do not see this as a degradation of artistic talent but a gradual evolution of style - style and taste change over time as we see in all artistic works (architecture, paintings, music, etc). Victory's detail is very well done and the captive barbarian is shown as suitably subhuman.. all in very nice style. I see this as a very well designed coin created by an extremely talented artist. However I am no art historian so I am willing to stand corrected on all of these points. For new collectors you really can't go wrong purchasing Constantine era coins. You can obtain EF examples like this for $40 or less (although I do not know exactly how to define "EF" - but I can't see this coin being much better... maybe it's just "F"?). This is part of a little sub-collection I am working on showing the path to Constantine's sole rule. Below is the attribution provided by the seller... I do not see the "eagle-tipped sceptre" but I am investigating..... RIC VII 27 Antioch 317-320 OBV: IMP LICI-NIVS AVG, Diademed and mantled bust left, holding eagle-tipped sceptre REV: IOVI CONS-ERVATORI AVGG, Jupiter standing left, holding Victory on globe and leaning on sceptre, captive to left, AI in right field, SMANT in exergue 20.45mm, 3.13 grams Please share your coins of Licinius..