Here are two rough-and-tumble drachms of the emperor Vespasian minted in Alexandria. You know, large unwieldy yellowish bronze coins rounded on one side and sharp-rimmed at the other. They are both variants of Emmett 208. I can't read any dates on them. The emperor is on the flat side, Nike (Victory) on the convex side. The other drachms I know have the emperor on the convex side. Both coins were sloppily made, but I doubt if they have been used and worn a lot. I await your comments! Beautiful they aren't! But interesting. AE drachm Vespasian, Alexandria. Left. Bust of Nike with little wings on her shoulders. r. Right. Laureated head of Vespasian r. 35 mm, 21.85 gr. Emmett 208. AE drachm Vespasian, Alexandria. Obv. Bust of Nike r. Rev. Head of Vespasian r. 37 x 35 mm, 20.69 gr. Emmett 208.