Allectus (293 - 296)
imitation of the prototype:
IMP C ALLECTVS PF AVG
Pax standing with branch and sceptre, S to left,
A to right, ML in exergue.
Imitation has /P[AX] AAC, with S in field left and P in field right.
The exergue has something close to "ML".
The imitation is a full-size AE23, but thin and 2.90 grams. 6:00.
The protype is also AE23 and 6:00, but 3.41 grams.
References: Prototype: Sear 3587 (plate 10). RIC 28F,
p. 561, plate XIX.9.
Kent, "Barbarous copies of Roman Coins," Limes Studien, page 64 states
"Copiesof Allectus are very scarce."