Well once again Doug has been proven wise concerning the possibility that some of us may have posted too soon. It turns out that I bought another coin. While it might not have made my top ten it certainly would have been at least a runner up. I made the mistake of "browsing" Harlan Berk's 203rd Bid or Buy sale. I saw this coin and I suddenly blurted out "mine!". I admittedly did not know much about the character represented by this coin, but it turns out he was an important and interesting historical figure. He was called Phillip the Fair or Phillip the Handsome aka Phillip I King of Castille. He was related to many many rulers in Europe over the centuries, and his family was very influential. Please see an interesting article about him linked below. Post the coins that when you saw them you immediately proclaimed "mine". http://www.wikiwand.com/en/Philip_I_of_Castile Brabant, ND Gold Guilder F/VF Phillip I , 1500-1506 (24.6 mm 3.1 g) Obv: The saint standing in front of him the shield hand crowned at the end of the legend. Rev: Flowered cross Delm 86 Harlan Berk 203rd Buy or Bid sale. Purchased December 6, 2017.