New one in my collection: L. Cornelius Sulla and L. Manlius Torquatus AR Denarius, 82 BC, Crawford 367/3. A very slightly uncommon denarius (although not -that- hard to find), but I like to think I have a decent example of the type. Although far nicer examples exist, of course, I’ve seen way way worse ones more commonly, with rather poor surfaces being the usual issue. This one was clearly well struck - a slight naivety on the edge (left on obv., right on rev.), but otherwise nice. It’s slightly worn, sure, but it retains a decent enough relief, especially on the rev. Note also the hints of gold iridescence on the obv. especially around the chariot and horses’ rears. Do you agree with my assessment? I’d also love to see your examples of the type!