@Curtisimo , also known as the good soul of CoinTalk Ancients, organized another round of his popular forum game "Guess the CoinTalker" and provided some mystery prizes for those whose names were drawn in the final lottery. I participated, and though not every single of my guesses proved to be correct (sorry, @bcuda !), I somehow ended up winning a virtual bronze medal. Yesterday, a small but heavy parcel arrived on my doorstep. It apparently had already undergone quite an odyssee: some stickers showed that German customs had taken it into their custody for a while before fortunately deciding that they were not further interested in it. Upon opening it, I soon realized that Curtisimo's coins had arrived, and I am still struck by his thoughtful and generous gift. First, the package contained this denarius of Septimius Severus. It fits perfectly into my growing Severan subcollection. Maybe Annona, the deity of Rome's grain supply, has watched over the safe travels of these coins? Secondly, Curtis sent me this lovely sestertius of Antoninus Pius. This is exactly the type of large bronze that I like to carry with me as a pocket piece: I have a small velvet pouch that has a special place in my briefcase and always contains an attractively worn sestertius of an emperor that I particularly like (i.e. Hadrian or Antoninus Pius). This coin is going to accompany me on many occasions: Their tags also show that both coins were once in the possession of @zumbly. They made at least one complete trip around the world: from their place of origin in Rome to zumbly's home in Singapore, from Singapore to Curtisimo in the US, and from the US back to my place in the former Roman province of Germania superior. In my eyes, that illustrates nicely how a passion for ancient numismatics and history connects people everywhere around the globe. Knowing my interest in medieval coins, Curtisimo finally added this Armenian tram struck for Levon I (r. 1198/1199–1219). It is a fantastic little coin whose iconography attests to Cilician Armenia's intermediary role between east and west: Thank you a thousand times, @Curtisimo, both for your incredible generosity and for putting such an effort into making and keeping this board a wonderful place. I very much appreciate it. Please show your coins that in one way or the other speak of generosity!