Otacilia Severa, AD 244-249. Thrace, Bizya Æ 23.5 mm, 6.89 gm, 7 h. Obv: M WTAKEIΛIA CEBHPA CEB, diademed and draped bust, right. Rev: ΒΙΖVΗΝΩΝ, Artemis standing right, holding arrow and torch; stag at her feet. Refs: Tachev, Bizija 5 (this coin); Moushmov 3514; Sear GIC 3991; Varbanov 1592; Lindgren II 759; Jurukova 147; Mionnet Suppl 2, 193; RPC VIII, (unassigned; ID 48718); CN 9242; Milano IV/3 --; BMC Thrace --; SNG Tubingen --; SNG Copenhagen --;Wiczay --. Notes: Double die-match to RPC specimen and to Lindgren II 759. ... I was looking at the examples in RPC for a die-match and came across this one, which is noted to be Tachev, Bizija 5. It weighs 6.89 g and is 24 mm. I noticed that it was not only a double-die match, but that it was the exact same coin, albeit a very poor quality photo! So, I have a coin in RPC! How cool is that? Have you had a similar experience? Tell us about it! Show coins you unexpectedly found in reference works/websites or anything you feel is relevant!