I have want a coin with a Pegasus for awhile and I saw the opportunity for one in the most recent Frank S Robinson sale. To be honest I think I stole this one a little bit. Q. Titius, 90 B.C.E. AR Denarius Obv. Head of Bacchus Rev. Pegasus flying Ex. Boston MFA I am very curious about the Boston MFA provenance. The tag with the coin is from Pegasi Numismatics so I might send a quick e-mail to him to confirm it but the first thing that came to mind is the Boston Museum of Fine Arts which would be really cool. The other coin is surprisingly my first coin of Septimius Severus. I got this in one of the recent Agora Auctions. I particularly like the detail on the reverse. Also I found the legend a little funny because it is so squished for FVNDATOR and then the PACIS is so nicely spread out. I am curious why it is like that. Septimius Severus, AR Denarius, Rome Mint 200/201 Obv. SEVERVS PIVS AVG laureate bus right Rev. FVNDATOR PACIS, Septimius, togate and veiled, standing left holding olive branch RIC 265; BMCRE 330; RSC 205 This gives me my silver fix now though. My next coin I will be returning to beautiful bronze! Also in other news: Today is the last day in my term position and as of Monday I will be in a permanent position with these weird things called vacation days, health benefits, and a pension plan.