Far from rare but I thought it was interesting. They are next to impossible to obtain with complete legends on the reverse. Post anything you feel is relevant, of course! Mysia, Pergamon, ca. 133-27 B.C. Greek Æ dichalkon, 16.4 mm, 3.74 g, 2 h. Obv: Laureate head of Asklepios right. Rev: AΣKΛHPIOY ΣΩTHPOΣ, serpent-entwined staff. Refs: BMC 154-157; SNG Cop 368 ff; SNG France 1828-48; SNG von Aulock 1373.