Maxentius      22mm aVF follis of Ostia     Sear 3776     V.M. 14     RIC 35
IMP C MAXENTIVS P F AVG - Laureate head right
AETERNITAS AVG N -
The Dioscuri (Castor and Pollux) facing, each holding a scepter and restraining a horse
I have to get a better example of this coin - it is one of my favorites.  I find all of Maxentius' coins fascinating.  Since his power was based in Rome he did everything in his power to declare himself as the heir to and savior of Roman glory.  ex. Melqart

Maxentius     25mm VF follis of Rome     Sear 3779     V.M. 18     RIC 208
IMP C MAXENTIVS P F AVG - Laureate head right
CONSER VRB SVAE - Cult image of Rome in temple of six columns
Again, Maxentius being "More Roman than Thou".  The reverse inscription declares him "Protector of the City's Traditions".  ex. Melqart


Maxentius     24mm gVF follis of Ostia     Sear 3782     V.M. 20     RIC 45
IMP C MAXENTIVS P F AVG - Laureate head right
FIDES MILITVM AVG N - Fides standing facing, head l., holding a standard in each hand
A very nice coin proclaiming the Fidelity of the Army.  ex. Herakles