I promised myself I will stop new addi(c)tions as usually I buy around 10 coins each month. So I bought 15 from a recent auction :| Now speaking seriously, I am content with the coins I got. All new types for me, conditions are decent and prices were, for most of them, below my most optimistic expectations. Here is one of them I like, my 2nd RR denarius (officialy the 3rd as I also have a L. Procilius, but in a very poor condition): Q. Titius, Rome, 90 BC. AR Denarius. Head of young Bacchus right (Liber?!) , wearing ivy wreath. Rev: Pegasus springing right Q·TITI Crawford 341/2; RBW 1275; RSC Titia 2. 3.51 gr. 19 mm We know that Pegasus image was heavily used in Greek coinage, such as Corinth https://www.cointalk.com/threads/corinth-hemidrachm-proper-attribution.380311/ Finding it on a RR is not unusual but nevertheless interesting. Even if the coin is rough (could it be a fourree, even if it doesn't look like one for me? or even worse, a modern fake? I am not familiar with RR in general) I like the details and especially the reverse. Please post your Q. Titius coins; coins with Pegasus - either RR, Greek, from Carthagina or anywhere else; coins that you managed to win below your optimistic expectations; coins with mythological characters ... or anything else you feel relevant.