I was the only bidder on this group of small late Roman coins sold by an eBay dealer in Israel. I won the lot for $15. It attracted my attention because of the small coin in the middle of the top row.
It appeared to be a rare Eudocia CONCORDIA AVG AE-4. Eudocia was the wife of Theodosius II (402-450 AD). These crude little bronzes are listed as "Rarity 4" and I believe the coin is attributed as RIC, Vol. X, #428.
There is only one currently for sale on eBay and none on VCoins. Wildwinds has one example.
The lot arrived today and, after giving it an inspection, I do believe it is Eudocia. The reverse design depicts Eudocia seated with her arms over her chest. There is a star in the left reverse field, underneath the lighter dirt spot.
The coin looks to be nicely detailed for the type after comparing it to the few examples I have been able to find online.
Here is a link to a nice example on VCoins:http://www.wildwinds.com/coins/ric/...RIC_0428.jpg