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Fausta Campgate Mule

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Fausta (Augusta) AE (Found harshly over cleaned and heavily corroded in a coin shop junk box) Ob: FLAV MAX - FAVSTA AVG - Draped bust right, hair tied in bun on back of head Rv: PROIDEN-TIAE AVGG - 6 Layer, two turrent camp gate (!) with star above, no doors Exergue: PTR? (epsilon or dot in crescent, can't tell) Mint: Trier (ca. 326 AD) References: * Unique Mule w/ Obv. of Fausta RIC VII Trier 466 and rev. of Constantine I RIC VII Trier 461 Coins of Fausta were indeed being struck alongside coins of the emperors and Caesars in this Campgate issue. Issues with this PTR crescent reverse include: Constantine I RIC VII Trier 461 (PROIDEN-TIAE AVGG) Crispus RIC VII Trier 462 (PROIDEN-TIAE CAESS) Constantine II RIC VII Trier 463 (PROIDEN-TIAE CAESS) With a reverse legend of PROIDEN-TIAE AVGG, this coin is a combination of an R4 reverse (RIC 461) and an obverse intended for an R5 reverse - Fausta SPES REIPVBLICAE RIC 466 R5

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