[CORRECTION]. Coin erroneously listed in RIC VII as THESSALONICA 87. However, bust style does not resemble that of Thessalonica (compare THESSALONICA 95; especially the arrangement of ties) and this issue actually belongs to Arles.
Bruun was aware that the style of THESSALONICA 84-87 is quite different from the style of the next Vota issue: THESSALONICA 88-95. In footnote 1 on p. 495 he writes as follows: "The only difficulty in attributing this series to Thessalonica is the size of the obv. busts [...]. The first mint-marked series [i.e. THESSALONICA 88-95] employed considerably smaller obv. busts. A possible explanation is that the series without m.m. was struck at Thessalonica by a moneta comitatensis".
See CORRIGENDA, VOL. VII, p. 508. Coin should be listed before ARLES 208.
ARLES [before 208], CONSTANTINE I, [CORRECTION; THESSALONICA 84]
ARLES [before 208], CRISPUS, [CORRECTION; THESSALONICA 85]