Of all the legitimate tetrarchs, Sev Deuce's tenure was the shortest and most unfortunate, making his coins a bit harder to acquire than those of his colleagues of the same reverse type. This reverse, Sacra Moneta, was issued in the name of all the tetrarchs and was issued by several mints throughout the empire. For an in-depth look at this reverse type, I highly recommend @Valentinian's web page about them. Severus II, Caesar 1 May AD 305 - 25 July, 306. Roman billon follis, 9.10 g, 27.1 mm, 11 h. Rome, third officina, c. AD 305. Obv: SEVERVS NOB CAES, laureate head, right. Rev: SAC MON VRB AVGG ET CAESS NN, Moneta, draped, standing left, holding scales in right hand and cornucopiae in left hand; -/*//R T. Refs: RIC vi, p. 365, 123a; Cohen 62; RCV 14638. Let's see your coins of Sev Deuce, Sacra Monetas of the other tetrarchs, or anything you feel is relative!