I spent a tremendous amount of money, for me, as I failed to understand exactly what a 20% buyer's premium really meant; plus L21.50 shipping added up to quite a surprise when I paid. Oh well. Win #1 is this gigantic Gallienus from Perga, Pamphylia! I spent a ridiculous $66.51 (including BP, and prorated shipping). That's way too much, but whatever. Having never heard of Perga before, it turns out that it is a major archaeological site, with some absolutely incredible ruins in a very high state of preservation. This is incredible! There's an entire city, preserved, out in the open. Wanna visit? Hop on a plane to Antalya, Turkey and enjoy the sights. The coin itself is an interesting piece, with a humongous 29mm diameter. It's a little lighter than you'd expect for a coin of this size, at only 14.7g. Roma Photo: My photo: In hand, the color is much closer to my photo than the Roma one. Roma's description: Gallienus Æ 29mm of Perga, Pamphylia. AD 253-268. AV KAI PO ΛI ΓAΛΛIHN[O CEB], radiate, draped and cuirassed bust to right; star above, I before / ΠΕΡΓΑΙΩΝ, Tyche standing facing, head to left, holding rudder and cornucopiae. SNG BnF 574 (same dies); CNG E-137, lot 62 (same); Varesi Vicenza Auction, lot 130 (same); SNG von Aulock 4719 var. (laureate); cf. BMC 76 (headgear not specified). 14.55g, 29mm, 1h. Very Fine; smoothed, some corrosion. Very Rare. From a private UK collection. I was a bit apprehensive about the "smoothed" designation. Upon closer inspection, smoothed is right: The level of smoothing seems to me to go dangerously deep into the realm of unacceptable tooling, but I'm not sure what the market thinks about this. Please post any giant Gallieni, provincials, or whatever seems related.