Some times I beat myself up for buying coins that nobody else wants, but I was very happy with the coins this time. The first one was a didrachm from the Satraps of Caria, but the second coin is by far the most intriguing. Here it is: The coin was described as: "Heraclius with Heraclius Constantine, 610-641 AD. AR Hexagram, Constantinople. Obverse: δδ NN ҺЄRACILЧS ЄT ҺЄRA CONST. Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine seated facing on double throne, each holding globus cruciger. Reverse: δЄЧS AδIЧTA ROMANIS. Cross potent set upon globus set upon three steps; K to right. Reference: Sear 798. Diameter: 24 mm. Weight: 6.69 g. Condition: Very fine." Ha! No way. There is no way those two characters on the obverse are human. A quick google search led me to this resembling image: So, this is clearly a coin from out of this world. I love it already. After having admired the posters of Deacon Ray, I thought something else than black background would be nice: Please post your coins from outer space here.