Licinius I, (A.D. 308-324), AE follis, issued early 313, (3.61 g), Heraclea mint, obv. laureate head to right of Licinius, around IMP C VAL LICIN LICINIVS P F AVG, rev. Jupiter standing left, leaning on sceptre, holding Victory on globe, eagle with wreath below, around IOVI CON SERVATORI AVGG, D to right, SMHT in exergue, (S.15233, RIC 73); another Alexandria mint, similar, (3.02 g), issued 321-4, obv. similar. rev. similar with X/IIT in right field, SMALB in exergue, (cf.S.15248, RIC 28). Brown patina, nearly extremely fine - good fine. (2)
Ex Dr V.J.A.Flynn Collection and previously from Noble Numismatics Sale 105 (lot 4292) and B.A. Seaby London, August 15, 1980 for the first coin.