Type 12:  AE4.  VICTORIA AVGGG
Victory advancing left with wreath and palm
375-395
12     Valentinian II, Siscia
Common for Valentinian II, Theodosius, and Arcadius. Rare, but typical, for Eugenius. Highly unusual for Valens, Gratian, and Honorius.
Common in excellent condition from Siscia for Valentinian II and Theodosius.
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    See type 44 for Arcadius and Honorius with the ending "GG" instead of "GGG".

mint RIC Vn G V2 T A H E
Tr 97

S,3 S,3 C,R


98

S S C


107


S C,2 * R

108





3
Lug 44

R,S,3 C,R C,R,S


47




4 3
Ar 30

C,R,R,3 S,C S,C 3,4 R

46

R 2 2,R

Aq 46

R 2 R,R

Rome 29,30 4 4





56

3,2 R R

Sis 39

C S R,2

mint RIC Vn G V2 T A H E
*  Honorius with "GG" at Trier, 107 note, plate III.20
RIC IX, photos:  G-Rome 29 is VIII.15 (R4), E-Tr 108 is III.18, A-Sis 39 is IX.16.

Type 44 continues this type with GG instead of GGG. There is a very similar type with GG for Magnus Maximus (type 27).

DO: Arcadius, 1 piece, Table 16, "Western Coinages, 383-388" p. 104, 3 pieces, Table 23, "Gallic mints, 388-392," p.116, and no pieces, Table 16, "Western Coinages in Arcadius' Name, 392-395," struck at Lyon under Eugenius 392-4 with unbroken obverse legend and then 394-5 with broken legend under Theodosius, page 122-3, Table 31, "Western AE, 394-408," page 131.
DO: Honorius, none with GGG, Table 39, "Western AE, 395-423," "395" page 207. [The later ones in Table 39, page 207, with GG, 2 pieces, are type 55, "410-423."]

Cayon Vn --, G --, V2-77 (3 photos, all Sis), T-73 (2 photos, Sis, xx), E-16 (no photo), A-59,60 (2 photos, xx, xx), H-69 (no photos).

Hunter E-88.E8.
Ratto photos, Arcadius 32, 33.

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