A few weeks ago I attended the local coin show that has one ancients dealer. He’s worth the 1.5 hour round trip though. He always has a new arrivals box that hasn’t been fully attributed yet. They often contain the previous owners tags and a “no haggle” price. Saves him time by selling before researching completely. I’ve found a fondness for Probus over the last year because of all the types and their affordable availability in nice grades. That day I found a Probus that I knew wasn’t common but the grade almost prevented the purchase. It had no tag detail but for a very small amount I grabbed it anyway. Only tonight have I finally researched it completely. Probus 276-282 AE Antoninianus 21mm 3.43g Siscia Mint 277 OBV: IMP C PROBVS P F AVG Radiate, cuirassed bust left. REV:ORIGINI AVG She wolf right, feeding Romulus and Remus. Mintmark: // XXIT RIC 703 variant R3 (unlisted bust type) According to Probuscoins.fr the right facing bust is scarce to R1 and the left facing types are R2 or R3. I don’t typically collect for rarity, and the obverse has pretty worn dies, but I’m glad I didn’t pass on it. Looking at ACsearch I cant find a sale in this bust type so it’s unlikely I would have ever seen one again. Please share your Probus or lucky find coins!