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ID:     VLPP_Copy-VII_SIS_51
Type:     Ancient Imitations
Region:     Eastern Europe
Issuer:     Unknown - unnoficial
Metal:     Bronze
Denomination:     AE3 - imitation of reduced follis
Date Struck:     c. 320
Diameter:     18 mm
Weight:     2.16 g
Die Axis:     12 h
Obverse Legend:     Legend reduced to design elements
Obverse Description:     Contemporary copy - bust based on RIC VII type H11L or H12L (var) laureate helmeted and draped(?) bust left, spear over right shoulder and shield on left shoulder
Reverse Legend:     Legend reduced to minimal design elements
Reverse Description:     VLPP type - Two Victories facing each other and holding shield (small, round, with dot in center) above X-design cippus
Mint Mark:     IIII
Mint:     Unknown- unofficial
Primary Reference:     Types approximately as: RIC VII Siscia 51
Photograph Credit:     Mark Lehman