The description states "Aequitas standing left, holding scales and cornucopia" https://auctions.cngcoins.com/lots/...mm-331-g-7h-rome-mint-struck-circa-ad-108-109 Well, I've also been perusing the NAC auction since online viewing affords the ability to pretend a poor guy like myself could actually afford anything in their catalogue, and I came upon this Trajan, Lot 749: https://www.biddr.com/auctions/nac/browse?a=1267&l=1345408 and I immediately went, "that's the same coin!". Obviously not the exact same one, but it looks identical to the CNG one. This one however says, "Concordia standing l., holding scales in r. hand and cornucopia". Now to my untrained eye, I couldn't tell the difference between these two if my life depended on it. Concordia and Aequitas must have been twins at birth or something. And here's the real kicker to me: the CNG coin has the very reasonable estimate of $100, but the NAC one has an estimate at a whopping ONE THOUSAND CHF, or about $1,100. I won't deny that the NAC one is of higher quality, but 11x so? I wouldn't say that much! I have to imagine the price discrepancy is that if that really is Concordia, she must grace us with her presence on coins far less than Aequitas. So all that being said, do we really know which goddess is actually depicted? The reverse words surrounding the goddesses are identical, and I can't make out any material difference in the actual image of the goddess. I don't know nearly enough to make any sort of judgment call on this one so I submit it up to the CT forum as this definitely piqued my interest!