I was watching the CNG e-sale close today and noticed this As of Herennia Etruscilla with Pudicitia on the reverse. I have a similar as of Herennia which I posted here a while back, so the coin attracted my attention. My example is not as well centered, softer in areas and some legends are off the planchet as can be seen plus minor scratches. However, I was still surprised by the closing price (about 20x what I paid for my example just a few years ago). How scarce are coins of this empress? It is outside my usual area so not that familiar. The CNG example: Herennia Etruscilla Æ As Pudicitia. (23mm, 9.71 g, 12h). Rome mint. RIC 136c. (picture from CNG) My Example: same type as above. 9,61 g, 23mm. RIC 136 Nice deep jade patina.