Heres a picture of the Claudius Ben:
And this is an extract from Spink which is what I believe it to be:
This is the Valentinian II which I'm a little unsure of the mint. The mint mark looks a little like Arles(RIC 30b) however the division of VALENTINIANVS is between TINIA-NVS where mine shows the division at TINI-ANVS which would match that of Lyon.(That would also fit in with the majority of the other coins coming from the Lyon mint.)
I have managed to ID the majority of the group however I am a little puzzled by these three coins below:
1. My interpretation of the reverse seems to show a person on horseback which is a little puzzling to me?
Weighs 1.29grams and measures 14mm.
2. This one still has quite a bit of dirt of the reverse which I'm in the process of cleaning. The legend is pretty much unreadable however the bust is pretty good. I recognise the face but can't remember who it was
Weighs 1.34grams and measures 14mm.
3. This one is tiny(11.5mm) so I'm guessing its quite a late roman Emperor? The only readable bit of the obverse legend is PFAVG and the reverse looks like 'VBLICA'
weighs 0.94grams and theres a size comparison with a US cent and a 5p.