Box #1 : An issue of Constantius I as Augustus. Much less common than his Caesar issues, and I didn't have one. Box #2 : His portrait with beard curls. There's very little by way of distinctive features to be found on portraits of the Tetrarchs, so I find issues of Constantius showing curls in his beard an interesting exception. Box #3 : A First Tetrarchy campgate. Just because I've always wanted one of these classic silver originals of a design that would become extremely common in bronze later. The argenteus was a high purity silver coin, with an average silver content in the neighbourhood of 93% (as good as Nero's denarii prior to his debasing them in AD 64). They were minted in large quantities for the better part of 15 years, circa AD 294-310, but being introduced into an economy that hadn't seen a decent silver coin struck in 40 years led to them being very quickly hoarded. As a result, you'd be hard-pressed to find them well-worn from circulation, whereas those looking minty fresh like this one are fairly common. In spite of this "flaw", I still can't help liking it . Do feel free to share your argentei, coins of Constantius I, and your campgates. CONSTANTIUS I AR Argenteus. 3.35g, 19.6mm. Serdica mint, circa AD 305-306. RIC 11a (R4), unlisted officina Γ=3. O: CONSTANTIVS AVG, laureate head right. R: VIRTVS MILITVM, three-turreted campgate with seven layers and no doors; .SM.SDΓ. in exergue. Note: Rare unlisted officina (Γ). RIC lists only officina A for Constantius, though plate coin shows it is in fact Δ.