Caligula, 37-41 AD., AS Rome mint. Av. bare head left Rv. Vesta seated left, holding patera quality is fine to very fine with a dark green patina, weight is 9,96gr. whom supposedly was a return to the greatness and splendor of his father, up for debate, Rome's greatest General. But truly Germanicus WAS one of Rome's greatest men: After the murder our new hero, by the most optimistic accounts, was shaking in his boots hiding behind a curtain when a praetorian guard found him. Later that day (or this day, I suppose), a man who's famous last words reported by several sources were, "I believe I've soiled myself", was whisked into the praetorian guards camp and proclaimed emperor: Claudius Plated Wreath Denarius. 46-47 AD. Lugdunum mint. Obv: TI CLAVD CAESAR AVG P M TR P VI IMP XI legend with laureate bust righ. Rev: S P Q R / P P / OB C S in three lines within wreath. RIC 41; BMC 45; RSC 87; Sear 1848.2.03 grams.Property of a Middlesex gentleman.[No Reserve] Very fine; large fragment. Ex Timeline Post em if ya got em!