Here is the listing in RIC: I believe only the following are official: RIC 237 IVNO REGINA, Juno standing r. RIC 241 VENVS CAELESTIS standing l. --without star in field (RSC 2d) --with star in r. field (RSC 8) --with star in l. field (RSC 8a) RIC 243 VENVS CAELESTIS, Venus seated l., child at her feet I believe the denarii with the following reverse types are unofficial: ANNONA AVG, IVNO (Juno stg l.), PIETAS AVG, PVDICITIA, SAECVLI FELICITAS, and the three VESTA types. CNG has sold several examples of this barbarous imitation, which is so crude that I doubt the editors of RIC had it in mind: Moreover, I am skeptical about the existence of an antoninianus with the VENVS CAELESTIS, Venus seated reverse type. I'd love to be proven wrong. If you have a photo you found online of any of the RIC issues that I think are hybrids or counterfeits, I'd love to see them! Feel free to post anything you feel is relevant: silver coins of Julia Soaemias, Severan women hybrids, etc.