Dated Roman Egypt billon tetradrachm, 7.13g, Emmett 4114/10 (does not reference the date error).
Minted in the 10th (L I) Alexandrian year for Maximianus which corresponds to A.D. 294/5. Note that the date is presented retrograde as I L (L is reversed), a mint error! Correct date presentation should be L I.
Certified by NGC to Ch VF.
Reverse Elpis standing left holding apple and lifting skirt. Elpis is the Greek personification and Goddess of Happiness. In Roman mythology her equivalent was Felicitas.