I love almost any ancient coin from Spain and all three of these fit that category. Spain, Corduba Æ Quadrans. Circa 2nd century BC. Head of Venus right; CN IVLI L F Q before / Eros standing facing, head left, holding cornucopiae and torch; [CORDVBA] to right. ACIP 2484; CNH 1. 9.76g, 20mm, 6h. Spain, Sekaisa Æ Unit. Circa 150-100 BC. Bare male head right, wearing beaded necklace; dolphin before, Iberian 'SE' behind / Warrior on horseback right, holding spear; Iberian 'SEKAISA' in exergue. ACIP 1544; CNH 24. 20.84g, 30mm, 7h. Tiberius Æ As of Italica, Spain. AD 14-37. TI CAESAR AVGVSTVS PONT MAX IMP, bare head right / MVNIC ITALIC PERM DIVI AVG, altar inscribed PROVIDENTIAE AVGVSTI in three lines. ACIP 3333; RPC I 65; SNG Copenhagen 417. 13.18g, 29mm, 10h. Post up your Ancient coins from Spain !