Gallienus (253-268 A.D.) -  Silvered Antoninianus - 22.52x21.44mm, 3.76gr
Obverse - IMP C P LIC GALLIENVS PF AVG
Gallienus, his radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right
a dot before the legend.
Reverse - ORIENS AVG
Turreted female (Oriens), standing right, presenting wreath to Gallienus
standing left in military dress and holding spear.
wreath in field.

Minted in Antioch (Antakya, Turkey) in 260 A.D., during his joint reign with Valerian I.
Reference:
Webb, P.H., "Roman Imperial Coinage", Volume 5, Part 1 (RIC), p103, nr 445 (under Gallienus joint reign)
Sear, D.R., "Roman Coins and their Values" (RCV Millennium Edition), Vol. 3, p297, nr. 10298
Cohen, H, "Descriptions Historique des Monnaies frappees sous l'Empire Romain" (C), Volume 5, p411, nr. 705
Seaby, H.A. & Sear, D.R., "Roman Silver Coins" (RSC), Volume 4, p86, nr. 705a
Van Meter, D., "Handbook of Roman Imperial Coins", p247, nr 186
Suarez, R., "Encyclopedia of Roman Imperial Coins" (ERIC),  p301, nr.175, variety T081, (B35, O20, R209, T081, M1)
Quality: Very Fine+ with full silvering