Skipped this coin 2-3 times. Initially I thought it was a slug and I try to avoid very bad quality. Then when I was browsing the lots, it kept appearing because of the somehow unusual colors. Studied the pics more carefully and saw that the portrait is quite attractive, the legends are visible, the wear is not nearly as extensive as I thought initially and overall I wouldn't mind this coin at all. And to my surprise I won it with quite a low price, apparently other collectors didn't like the appearance of the coin. Very happy with it in hand. It is not as rugged as it appeared in pictures, I attributed it without issues ( RIC II, Part 1 (second edition) Domitian 707- Old RIC 394 - from AD 90-91 - IMP CAES DOMIT AVG GERM COS XV CENS PER P P / FORTUNAE AVGVSTI SC) Note - from the pic I wasn't sure if it's COS XV or COS XII, in hand it's clearly XV) Too bad the patina is not fully uniform, especially on Domitian's cheek and neck, but this is not a turn off for me. Please post - green coins - Domitian bronzes - coins that you were about to ignore when first seen but bought them after a better analysis - anything else you feel relevant.