UNLISTED OBVERSE LEGEND AND BUST TYPE - B1. Neither obv. legend nor bust type is attested for Crispus' coins from this issue. Note errors in legends: retrograde "S" in obv. legend and PROVIVENTIAE instead of PROVIDENTIAE. Note also fancy decoration of camp gate. Apparently an ancient imitation.
General note from p. 160: "The only disturbing feature of the post-324 bronze coinages is the appearance of both regular and irregular-looking coins of the types VIRTVS AVGG or CAESS, some of them with the Providentiae reverse, others of the type with four turrets familiar from the coinage of Arles. The specimens kmown to the present writer are very few and do not permit us to reconstruct the pattern of this coinage. The majority of these coins, recorded by Maurice, seem to have been part of the Cologne hoard and therefore regarded as valid currency. These irregular coins and their counterparts, struck at the same time by the mint of Arles, point to a major confusion in the financial administration in Gaul".
Coin could be noted before TRIER 450.
TRIER [before 450], CRISPUS, UNLISTED OBVERSE LEGEND AND BUST TYPE [B1] [IRREGULAR COIN]