Today I'm very happy! Outside there is the snow and I'm waiting for a little coin from France: a little piece of a "tyran minuscle"
Sorry for the photo, I will take better images when I'll have the coin!
This piece has the same dies of the "De Witte RN 1859" and of the "Malicorne 51-52" (see fig. 11-13, p. 221 "Probus et les 'tyrans minuscules' Proculus et Bonosus. Que dit la monnaie?", S. Estiot).
This piece is the number 12 of this small group of coins all with the same obverse die (10 piece are in the work of Estiot, 1 was sold on the Leu Numismatik Web Auction n. 1 june/2017).
Clearly it's not a real Bonosus piece, but "only" an interesting imitation of a Postumus antoninianus, but it's a piece full of history (see De Witte, J. B. Giard, Estiot ecc).