Came from halfway across the world so the anticipation was pretty high for this one. I already had a decent 3rd century Hadrianopolis provincial depicting Serapis standing, but I wanted a nice portrait of him. There were a few more listed, including one with a better torso, but what drew me in about this Serapis was the amount of remaining detail in the head and the modius. My new coin has great portrait of Nero as well, so definitely another big plus about it. Egyptian coins have certainly grown on me this past year, namely Ptolemaic and early Roman period. Not too hyped yet about the 3rd century Alexandrian provincials though, but I definitely do want one of those eagle reverse types of the late 3rd century (of Diocletian, Claudius, Constantius, etc.). Just haven't found one I like yet that's within my regular budget. Nero, Roman Empire (Egypt) Billon tetradrachm Obv: ΝΕΡΩ ΚΛΑΥ ΚΑΙΣ ΣΕΒ ΓΕΡ, radiate head right Rev: AYTO-KPA, draped bust of Serapis right, LI ([year] 10) before Mint: Alexandria Date: 63-64 AD Ref: Milne 222 Feel free to share anything relevant: coins, info, etc.