I was looking for 'Pirate' money at the show. My niece has 3 boys High School age and their mascots are pirates. One of them graduated this year and the class logo was "Once a Pirate, always a Pirate." I was hoping to find something reasonable, but found nothing close. I came away with a great consolation, a Geta Denarius. Geta as Caesar / Eternal Victory RIC ?????; 198-209 AD Roman Imperial Geta as Caesar, A.D. 198-209. AR denarius. Laodicea mint. Struck circa A.D. 200-202. Obv - Geta bare-headed, draped, and cuirassed bust right; P SEPT GETA CAES PONT Rev - Victory flying left, holding open wreath (it looks more like a Christmas garland to me) over shield on low base; VICT AETERN or eternal victory. gVF, well struck from new obverse dies, well centered, some reverse weakness at high points. Out of 74 coins on acsearch, 19 of the shields had a border of dots and 55 had plain edges. 2.85 grams 17.7 – 19.2 mm diameter oval flan RIC IV.1 101. RSC 206. RIC 23 and 101; Coh. 206; BMC Sept. Sev. 247-8 and 723. Purchased from Garth Clark at the Beaumont Coin Show, 9/18/2021. I am not sure of the attribution. I just copied some from acsearch notes. Please comment on the proper numbers. I have liked Geta coins since I started collecting, but have not bought one this nice. PS - my daughter bought me the T-shirt last week.