this is the last new entry of my collection of imitative antoninianus of the III century.
The seller has listed the coin like "Probus imitation".
About the obverse legend I read "IMP C M AVR PNORAV AVG I".
The reverse legend is "VIRTVS AVG | XXI"
The bust looks also like Aurelianus, but for Aurelianus the reverse type exists only with legend SAECVLI FELICITAS (RIC 352):
For Probus there is the RIC 801:
So I think that Probus may be the prototype.
The style is very good.
What do you think about it?