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Is this one an unlisted officina ?
Thank you Victor for the help
It is listed in RIC, though all the workshops for this issue are rare.
307/310-337 AD. Æ Follis
Obv: CONSTAN-TINVS AVG, two eight
pointed stars and row of three dots
on a high crested helmet and
cuirassed bust left, holding shield
Rev: VICTORIAE LAETAE PRINC PERP, two
Victories standing facing one another,
holding vota shield altar below with I,
exurge A SIS(star). RIC VII 51
(19mm, 2.93 grams Siscia mint,
1st officina. Struck AD 318.
Struck: 319 AD
Obv: CONSTANT-INVS- AVG high
crested helmet, cuir., spear
across r. shoulder, shield on
Rev: VICT dot LAETAE PRINC PERP
two Victories stg., facing one
another, together holding
shield inscribed VOT PR
on altar (type 6f-The letter
S). dot delta SIS dot
RIC VII Siscia 84,
This coin is RIC VII Siscia 95, note that it has the short reverse legend of VICT.
Separate names with a comma.