Last month I spent a few days re-organizing and imaging some of my Romans, and found this coin, one of the oldest residents of my collection: Theodora, wife of Constantius I AE4, minted c. 337 Trier Mint FL MAX THEODORA AVG, Draped bust right PIETAS ROMANA / TRP, Cross left, Pietas breastfeeding an infant I bought my first ancient coin in about August 2015, and decided to try my luck at buying a bulk lot about two months later. I had no clue what I was doing, and bought a lot of maybe 25 coins for $35 shipped. Most of the rest of the lot was garbage, but this one coin more than made up for it. It still amazes me to this day that I did not get totally burned on my first coin lot; I most certainly did on the next few! Post your coins and tales of beginner's luck, where you had no clue what you were doing but things still worked out OK!