Here a common depiction on a rare issue (RIC 910 var)
My branch example from Arles. Ferrando 960[ATTACH]
Not so nice in patination, but ultra rare. RIC 737 Jupiter Latio[ATTACH]
Dark green is nice on this RIC 660 dupondius; draped bust seen from aside is also rare.[ATTACH]
Posted this rare variant (unique so far) before, but they don't come much greener:troll:[ATTACH]
Nothing fancy, but just an[ATTACH] honest clean coin. RIC 779
Nice Domitian with probable name.[ATTACH] [ATTACH]
unique obverse on this Spes RIC 703b var[ATTACH]
With 45 years of experience I dare say the coin is good. There is even some irridescense on the nott too sharp picture. The coin is scarce, but...
The well known semis with lyre and the rare one with tyche of Antioch. RIC 688 and 686 respectively.[ATTACH] [ATTACH]
Just a bit more in Alexandria :BONO GENIO PII IMPERATORIS. RIC VI 144b The artistry of the head of Galerius looks 20th century![ATTACH]
Older bust, reminding of Gordian II[ATTACH]
One of my nicest sestertii of Faustina Jr.[ATTACH]
The first Securitas sestertius is indeed dated COS II and this coin comes in variants with TR POT COS II around and SC in the exergue, but also...
On Forumancientcoins I posted the various crowns that may have been in use in the various parts of the Empire. It explains why some 'boxes' are...
These are the Fausta coins I have photographed; they come in two reverses and various hairstyles.
Probably a Victoria farthing (please give size, next time).
An interesting one: didrachm from Caesarea with Eleutheria on the reverse.[ATTACH]
The edges are mangled, but the portraits are fine.
RPC 5089 Tiberius and his adoptive father Augustus.
Separate names with a comma.