[D]OMNO NO[STRO], pearl-diademed, draped, and cuirassed bust right // Cross within wreath. NM (Carthage). 11mm, 0.59 grams. RIC X 3810
A very similar coin with this legend arrangement is listed and analyzed on the Roman-Artifacts sight This coin is attributed to Bonifacius. A key, but fleeting figure in the later Roman period. Comes Bonifacius (anglicized in Count Boniface) (died 432) was a Roman general and governor of the Diocese of Africa. Along with his rival, Flavius Aetius, he is sometimes termed "the last of the Romans."