I had a coin buying session yesterday, with a.o. the Naumann auction going on. Got a couple of nice new coins, this one was one of them: Description: APPIUS CLAUDIUS PULCHER, T. MANLIUS MANCIUS and Q. URBINIUS. Denarius (111-110 BC). Rome. Obv: Helmeted head of Roma right; quadrangular device to left. Rev: T MAL AP CL Q VR. Victory driving triga right. Crawford 299/1b. Condition: Near very fine. Weight: 3.93 g. Diameter: 18 mm. I think «near very fine» is a bit harsh? I would rather have said «near extremely fine», or what do you guys think? Anyway, it’s nice to add this coin to the collection. I like the style on the head of Roma on this issue, and it’s a nice link to good old Appius Claudius, one of the Romans not famous for war events.