A relative decided to surprise me for Easter (I am Orthodox so Easter is later for us) in a pleasant way. He is not a collector but he is interested in my collection and Roman history. He knows the emperors I like and what coins I have, so he won this for me and I am waiting for it along with a Julia Domna Venus Victr denarius he heard me talking about (he can't keep a secret ) A hemidrachm from Caesarea from Vespasian, in a decent condition. What I find I little intriguing are the brown color shapes, at Victory's legs and on the obverse lettering. Could that be signs that the coin is a fourree? Or is it the alloy? I am not experienced at all in fourrees or Caesarea coins. I did a quick search and I couldn't find fourrees from Caesarea but I know this is not a rule. I know for sure that he got this from a recent auction and he didn't chose the cheapest one.