I just wanted to share a few wins from today's Elstob & Elstob auction. They had lots of quality coins (mostly antoninianii), but prices were very high, and I was only able to win one lot. While I had my eye on a Herennius Etruscus as Augustus and a Postumus ant with a C-A mintmark, I was only able to win one lot of 17 Tetricus I & Tetricus II coins (not the lot with the CONCORDIA AVG example unfortunately). However, it is pretty good in my opinion. These are the four most notable coins. Tetricus I antoninianus, PAX AVG. Unusually, this coin appears to have a faint trace of a V remaining in the left field. It is possible this reverse die was modified from a Victorinus coin. A neat little COMES AVG reverse brockage with surprisingly good detail Tetricus I - PVAX AVG (sic!). An interesting spelling error for an official coin. The last (and probably best coin) in the lot is this antoninianus of Tetricus II, with the bust facing left instead of right. The obverse was very poorly rotated in the auction pictures, which is probably why the lot went for a comparatively small amount. This is a coin I've had on my bucket list for a while, and it's nice to finally have one. Show me some Tetricus Ants, some Elstob & Elstob wins, a reverse brockage or something else that might be relevant!