I know nothing about Roman Provincials (which I'm guessing this is), but figured it would be fairly easy to track down. I have ransacked Wildwinds, Google Image searches, etc. but cannot find anything. Draped bust of Julia (Domna?) right JVLIA PIA FELIX AVG / Draped childhood bust of Geta right P SEPT GETA CAES PONT About 8 grams, 19 mm. diameter, 3 mm thick I am puzzled by the titles - Julia Domna was deified by Severus Alexander, but this was after Geta's death, so her "deified" portrait and legends should not be on a coin of Geta's, particularly one with a childhood portrait. Caracalla had damnatio memoriae'd Geta and I am not sure he was ever officially rehabilitated, although according to Wikipedia, Geta's bones too were recovered and reinterred: (Julia Domna Wikipedia article): "During this trip, Caracalla was assassinated and succeeded (briefly) by Macrinus. Julia chose to commit suicide after hearing about the rebellion, perhaps a decision hastened by the fact that she was suffering from breast cancer. Her body was brought to Rome and placed in the Sepulcrum C. et L. Caesaris (perhaps a separate chamber in the Mausoleum of Augustus). Later, however, both her bones and those of Geta were transferred by her sister Julia Maesa to the Mausoleum of Hadrian. She was later deified." So this could be some sort of "restitution" issue under Severus Alexander, I suppose. Caracalla surely wouldn't have issued a Geta coin. But as far as I can tell, nothing like this was ever issued. Or am I looking in the wrong places? Or is it a fake? I know Severan dual-portrait issues are common, but this one has me stumped. Your help is greatly appreciated.