The provenance of this unique coin is unknown. The size and the signature of aediles may point towards Parium (2253–9); but the regular ethnic of Parium is CGIP, not GIP[ , which might indicate an African mint like Colonia Iulia Pia Paterna (p. 194), where quattuorviri signed an emission under Augustus (760). Coin 2, same dies as 5405/1, but better preserved. The obverse legend seems indeed to read C.I.P.P, the last P being smaller, which points to Paterna (or Parium?). The reverse legend can now be read as VICI.ANT.AED. The letter after VIC was read as L in RPC I, but I seems preferable.