First, a big one, of Hadrian. My heaviest and largest coin so far. One can do some work-out with this big one. All that weight is heavy for Hadrian, he looks a bit grumpy... Lovely green coloring, too! Next, an AP As. This is my second coin of AP. Nothing special about the edition, but a very lovely example. Lovely green color, again, and i really like the portrait on this one. I got it in a lot of 2, with the MA below, for a very fair price (perhaps even a bargain) in my opinion. Next, another one of AP, and my third one of this emperor. A coin that has been on my want-list, and i got this one for my birthday from my amazing wife. Its a very good looking example, and this particular variant is not mentioned in RIC (there are more than a dozen variants though, for what its worth...) Last one, an As of Marcus Aurelius. It came in the lot with the As of AP, above. When researching it, i couldn't find that many examples, and some examples auctioned came with the mentioning of it being a rare type. Whatever that's worth, i was happy to find this in the lot, also because, again, of the lovely light-green color. In hand this coin is really amazing, and the portrait is really clear! When i have the time i will post my other new additions to the collection: the Julio-Claudian dynasty, Severan dynasty and the civil war era (or, four emperors). I still have to do some research on those coins. Feel free to comment and/or post whatever you like. Cheers!