Today the clouds aligned perfectly for me, and I was able to free Hercules from his plastic tomb: Maximian 287–305 A.D. follis RIC VI 31b (haven't even weighed and measured yet!) NGC 4935642-001 (take a look and see why I broke him and her as it were out of their tomb) Also, I'd love to hear any tricks you all have for taking pictures of silver washed coins. While I've had some success treating them like a silver coin in terms of exposure, it still looks rather chalky and not representative of the coin: DIOCLETIAN (284-305). Follis. Siscia. IMP DIOCLETIANVS P F AVG with Laureate head right. SACRA MONET AVGG ET CAESS NOSTR / Γ / star SIS Moneta standing left, holding scales and cornucopia. RIC 131a 30mm 10.09g Galerius as Caesar 293–311 A.D. follis Ric VI 30b (this one looks so good...) Diocletian 284-305 A.D. follis RIC 524a I Severus II 306–307 A.D. follis RIC VI 25b Maximian 287–305 A.D. follis RIC 31b Since I love these late Roman Tetrarchy types it's important to me that I get better at it! I'd love to see your tetrarchy, silvered or hear of any of your photo tips. BTW, the above was zero post-production I know that's another way to get the silver looking, well Silver..., but I know there are probably some ways with camera settings I can get close. Thanks, and happy Friday to all once again.