The pictures were very dark and blurry. The only one I could really clearly make out was Victorinus and based off him, I decided to buy a few and try my luck. The coins averaged out at $8.75 a piece so I think I did pretty well. I've been able to identify all but 2; one is the Alexandrian Tet. I always have a really hard time with the legends. If anyone wants to help out, I'd appreciate it . The other looks to be a barbarous imitation of one of the Roman Gallic usurpers. What do you think? Group Shot Non-Roman: INDIA, Kushan Empire Vima Takto (Soter Megas) Circa 80-100 AD Æ Tetradrachm Obverse: Radiate and diademed bust right, holding scepter, tamgha to left Reverse: Vima Takto on horseback right, holding axe, tamgha to lower right Samanta Deva Kabul Shahis / Hindu Shahi King AR Jital 900-950 AD Obverse: Horseman right, holding banner, a in Nagari to left, symbol to right Reverse: Recumbent bull: Brahmi inscription “His Excellence Samanta, the God” Latin Rulers of Constantinople, 1204-1261 AD Large module Obverse: IC-XC to left and right of Christ seated facing Reverse: MANOVHL.., Emperor standing on left, being crowned by Mary on right Unidentified Alexandrian Billon Tetradrachm Roman and maybe barbarous Victorinus AE antoninianus Obverse: IMP C VICTORINVS P F AVG, radiate, draped & cuirassed bust right Reverse: PAX AVG, Pax standing left, holding branch and sceptre. V-star across fields Tetricus II Bi. antoninianus Hybrid with reverse of Tetricus I Obverse: C PIV ESV TETRICVS CAES, radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right Reverse: COMES AVG, Victory standing left, holding wreath and palm Probable Barbarous Imitation. I'm basing this off of the bad portrait and the reverse legend with the backwards/bumbled letters Thanks for looking and feel free to post anything you feel is relevant!