Recently, I picked up two more Severan denarii showing the current emperor on the reverse when I bid on a number of items from an old German collection that was dispersed. I'll take this opportunity to show them both. Septimius Severus is clearly identifiable by his impressive beard on this coin: Septimius Severus, Roman Empire, AR denarius, 202–210 AD, Rome mint. Obv: SEVERVS PIVS AVG; head of Septimius Severus, laureate, r. Rev: VOTA SVSCEPTA XX; Septimius Severus, veiled, togate, standing l., sacrificing out of patera in r. hand over altar. 20mm, 3.76g. Ref: RIC IV Septimius Severus 308. And here is Geta as "Prince of the Youth" in military attire, with trophy and holding the attributes of Providence. The same type exists for Caracalla, too: Geta, Roman Empire, denarius, 200–202 AD, Rome mint. Obv: P SEPT GETA CAES PONT; bust of Geta, bare-headed, draped, r. Rev: PRINCIPI IVVENTUTIS; Geta, holding baton and sceptre, standing l. next to trophy r. 18mm, 3.40g. Ref: RIC IV Geta 18. Please show your coins, Severan or not, with an image of the emperor on the reverse!