I think your coin is an imperiale of Francesco Sforza, second period (1450-1464), Pavia mint. The CNI reference is Vol.IV, p.507, #22.
The links posted by BobL show imperiales of the first period (1447-50). The obverse legend seen on all of these is (snake) COMES FRANCISCVS or similar
The imperiale of the second period has an obverse legend that starts with a cross. For this specific type, +.FR.DX.MLI.3C. (I think the 3C is an approximation)
The reverse legend would read +.S.SIRVS.PAPIE.
Both sides have a reeded circle (cerchio rigate) around the central design. There are other variants with different punctuation to the legends, and a solid line circle.
Since we can clearly see the cross, dot and what looks like an F on yours, as well as the reeded circle, I think this is the type.
There is a large weight range reported in CNI, from 0.35 to 0.75 g, which is consistent with yours having lost even as much as 25% of its mass to clipping (which is likely to have been the case to remove the legends almost entirely).
Edited by tdziemia
08/16/2019 4:14 pm