Just picked this one up from Ken Dorney a great guy to deal with!.... Must say I do like the reverse depictions found on these Alexandrian coins...Not going to bore you with cut and paste history of this well known Emperor but I am interested in the different denominations minted... Just as a side note....Interesting the roots of the word Drachm...It derives from a Greek verb basically meaning 'grasp' or a 'handful'...So a Drachma was fundamentally a handful of 6 oboloi. Oboloi were metal sticks and this system of currency was used as early as 1100 BC... Antoninus Pius, 138 - 161 AD, AE Drachm, Egypt, Alexandria Mint, 34mm, 29.55 grams Obverse: Laureate head of Antoninus right. Reverse: L DEKATOV, Zeus holding patera and scetpre reclining left on open wings of eagle. Emmett1699 // Dattari2933 // Koln1560 // Milne1905 Just one question... Does anyone know the breakdown of bronze and silver denominations accredited to Antoninus Pius? Or can someone give me an easy link or some sort of reference list related to the different types? I'm reading Hemidrachm, Obol, etc but I'm unsure as to the specifications? Any help appreciated...Paul Here's my collection so far so any guidance as to which denominations to search for next will be most helpful.. Feel free to post your AP coins..