Illustrated above is an imitation of a follis of Londonís Class IIa (RIC 9). It faithfully copies the style and legend of the prototype in a distinctive barbarous style.
10.49g/26mm and 9.00g/27.5mm
The two coins above imitate coins of Galerius Caesar (Class IIa, RIC 15). Like the previous coin of Maximian, these coins copy the design and legend of the prototype very well. In fact, the second coin was not recognized as an imitation by Vogelaar. I would argue that the style of the portrait, the strange shape of the Geniusí body and the lettering of the legends (note the Mís which are engraved as Nís) indicate its irregularity, but someone else might take a different view.
This coin has a clear portrait and legend of Constantius I Caesar. It also imitates the style of the prototype (Class IIb, RIC 22) remarkably well.
* Bastienís terminology in his important 1985 article in Museum Notes 30, ĎImitations of Roman Bronze Coins, AD 318-363í.