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This article will be very short. It's just about presenting what I discovered. You can read more about an article I made a few months ago, about the same type of variant on a coin of Licinius I. Link to this article: https://www.all-your-coins.com/en/blog/antique/romaines/licinius-i-decouverte-nouvelle-variante-du-ric-825.
We know the attributes of each Roman allegory, yet sometimes we see some visuals showing us what we call "variants". This is the case here with this coin. Once again, it was a friend who showed me this coin. He thought he had a perfectly normal Antoninus Pius Sestertius. I remember immediately seeing that something was strange. In the second he showed me this coin, I thinked that Annona seemed to have a lot of things in her hands.
Once again, my friend Sylvain D showed me this curiosity. This is a franc with flat collar.
Obverse legend: HENRICVS. III. D. G. FRA. POL. REX. (symbol) K :