I picked out a few of my coins pictured here as ones I hope will survive long after they pass from my care. Not especially rare, but evocative of those who have gone before us and may have left nothing of themselves, except for the coins they handled. Perhaps you have some like them, too, that you would share with us The first if a lifetime issue Tetradrachma of Alexander the Great It is a variant of Sear 6713 (I think) and Price 6 and weighs 17.1 grams. The second is a Denarius of the Roman Republic with Pietas on the obverse from circa 107 BC. It is Sear 185, Syd 56T and weighs 3.9 grams. The third is a Solidus of Emperor Leo I from about 465 AD. It is Sear 4233 (1988 edition) and weighs 4.45 grams. The last is a silvered Follis of Emperor Diocletian honoring the "Genius" of the Roman people from circa 300 AD. It is Sear3533 and weighs 8.4 grams. If you too have some fetching coins you are taking care of for a while, please share them with us.