New one from Frank's most recent auction. It's scarce and I am having a difficult time finding other examples online, though a similar coin is well attested in the numismatic literature. It dates to the fourth year of Elagabalus's reign -- the last year Julia Paula ruled as Roman Empress. Julia Paula, AD 219-220. Roman provincial tetradrachm, 9.97 g. Egypt, Alexandria, AD 220/21. Obv: ΙΟΥΛΙΑ ΠΑΥΛΑ CЄΒ, bare-headed and draped bust, right. Rev: Eagle standing r., wings open, holding wreath in beak, LΔ before, palm behind. Refs: Köln 2365 var.; Dattari 4172 var.; BMCG 1533 var.; RCV 7678 var.; Emmett 2974; Milne 2820 var. Different in style and details from the British Museum and Dattari specimens; the empress's coiffure is rendered differently and the eagle is depicted facing with head right. The date (LΔ) is in the upper left field instead of a palm: Example in the British Museum Collection. Post anything you feel is relevant!