I dont normally collect silver, especially denarii. Something about it just doesn't 'click'. But when I saw this one today I had to try and get it (which I did, and reasonably in my opinion). It has everything I like in a coin, plus for silver it has the perfect toning for my appreciation. It's just a lovely object of art. Show any attractive ladies you might have! Sabina. Augusta, AD 128-136/7. AR Denarius (16.5mm, 3.35 g, 6h). Rome mint. Struck under Hadrian, circa AD 135-137/8. Diademed and draped bust right / Concordia standing left, leaning on column, holding patera and double cornucopia. RIC II 390 (Hadrian); Abdy, Chronology, New Group 4; RSC 3a. VF, toned. BTW, I'm unfamiliar with the Abdy reference. Does anyone know if it is a book or otherwise?