Winged ROMA, METELLVS•Q•F around Macedonian shield with the head of the elephant, with chopmarks. 127 BC. I really like how these coins feature Roma as a combination of 3d and 2d bust! This coin is what I assume to be the denarius of Appius Claudius Pulcher, T Manlius Mancius and Q. Urbinius, With Victory in Triga. (I can see a faint T and M under the legs of the lettering APCLTMANLQVR) 110 BC. This is a Pansa/Vibius coin with Apollo and Minerva in Quadriga, 90 BC. However, the legends on both the obv and rev totally went out of the flan!