. The coin is nothing special, in fact I rarely buy a follis with an odd shaped flan, but this coin had such a handsome classical Roman portrait I couldn't resist. The folles of Galerius as Caesar struck at the Lugdunum Mint were very Eastern in style, & look blocky & cubist like the coin below it. Galerius as Caesar, AD 293 -305, Trier Mint, 2nd Officina (struck 298 - 299) AE follis: 9.43 gm, 28 mm, 6 h. Reverse: Genius with patera & cornucopia. RIC VI 344b. Galerius as Caesar, AD 293 - 305, Lugdunum Mint (struck c. 301 - 303) 1st Officina. AE follis: 9.66 gm, 25 mm, 6 h. Reverse: Genius with cornucopia & patera sacrificing over flaming altar. RIC 167b. Rare.