I'm about two weeks late to the Frank Robinson show-and-tell, but international shipping is what it is and my wins just arrived a few days ago. I mentioned in another thread that one of the coins I won was a Macrinus provincial and that I wasn't sure based on Frank's pics if it was going to live up to my expectations. I didn't pay so much for it that I was very worried, but as it is I'm mightily pleased... MACRINUS AE27. 12.75g, 26.6mm. Varbanov 3437 (same dies). MOESIA INFERIOR, Nicopolis ad Istrum, AD 217-218. Statius Longinus, magistrate. O: AVT K M AVP CEV ANTΩNEINOC, laureate, draped and curiassed bust, seen from behind. R: YΠ CTA ΛONΓINOY NIKOΠOΛITΩN ΠPOC I, Apollo standing facing, head turned left, holding branch and bow. While I had some doubts based on his pics, I think his description of the coin was spot on : "VF+/AVF, centered, some lgnd crowded/wk, dark greenish patina obv, rev with sl darker patch, good surfaces; excellent portrait with loads of juicy detail. Actually rare with these rev details." Feel free to show your Macrinuses!