Gaius Tetricus (271-274AD) Gallic (French) Empire
Gaius Tetricus (271-274AD) was the last emperor of the Gallic Empire which split from Rome in 260AD upon the capture of Valerian I by the Persians. It is possible that he had struck a deal with Aurelian to surrender and rejoin the Roman Empire in return for him being allowed to retire with his son.
This is a group of high-grade coins which are not so easy to find of this period.
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