This is how Cgf described the coin: "Extraordinary specimen with a wonderful bust and a beautiful reverse! A coin of incredible quality, perfectly centered on a wide and thick flan. Superb patina" I paid much more than intended, but from the picture I'll probably not regret it. IMP CAES M AVR ANTONINVS AVG // MAR S VI CTOR Date: 218 Weight: 5.28g This is my only other Antoninian of Elagabalus. It shows the usual portrait. IMP CAES M AVR ANTONINVS AVG // VICTOR ANTONINI AVG I wonder, why the portraits on the Antoniniani did not followed the same development as the portraits on the denari? Has the production of Antoniniani seized during the reign of Elagabalus, while only Denari continued to 222? Interestingly, I just read that the ancient name of the Antoninian was probably "Bicharactus".