After 3 days, I'm about 1/4 of the way through, and I already have a couple of favorites that I'd like to share with the group along with a small mystery coin. Here's the first: a Celtic imitation of a bronze coin of Lysimachus. I love the style of Athena. To me it looks very modern, Madison Avenue-ish, like a logo that you might find on a vacuum cleaner or bag of potato chips: Greek AE19 Lower Danube region, ca. 3rd century B.C. Intimating Kingdom of Thrace, Lysimachus, c.f. SNG Cop. 1153. Obv: Head of Athena in Corinthian-style helmet, facing right. Rev: BAΣIΛΩE (above) / ΛVΣIMAX[OV] (below) - Lion leaping right; spearhead below. 19.5 mm 4.5 g Since Celtic coins are still a mystery to me, I'd be delighted if anyone could provide any additional information about this coin, post additional examples of this or other coins of the Danubian Celts, or perhaps the official version that this coin imitates. Or whatever else strikes your fancy.