Lucius Verus Denarius RIC 463 Lucius Verus bare head, facing right / IMP L AVREL VERVS AVG Providentia standing, head left, holding globe and cornucopiae / PROV DEOR TR P COS II This coin is a worn denarius of Lucius Verus. I bought it for $19 which seemed fair based on condition. The coin was dug up and harshly cleaned at some point but has retoned since...This isn't rare nor is it in nice shape. It is just the kind of coin I would point to and say is perfect as a pocket piece. I can carry an ancient coin around with me and show if the topic ever comes up. It serves as fun fidget item and potentially interesting conversation starter. It cant really get worse condition wise and there are probably thousands or even hundreds of thousands of these in existence so I don't feel guilty using it as a pocket piece...I view the collector as the temporary guardian of his or her coins and so take care of the pieces fate has entrusted to me...yet I think allowing a pocket coin is not only fine but fun...an otherwise somewhat undesirable coin becomes special. Thoughts? Do you all have ancient coin pocket pieces? Share them below if so!