I had recently bought a pretty fun Macedonian shield coin from the Seleukid empire that was a bit more rare than the other types I had seen. I have been looking over other types of the same coin trying to find a match and came across what I think might be a die match on CNGs sold database. I bet you know where this is going, would someone please share how they superimpose images on top of each other so that I may try that with these 2 coins. And not to tell, tell, tell without a little show. Here's mine and then the CNG beauty: Antiochos III Megas Seleukid Kingdom. Uncertain (military) mint 60. 223-187 BC. Struck 202-187 BC Bronze Æ 17mm., 4,60g. Macedonian shield with gorgoneion in central boss / ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΑNΤΙΟΧΟΥ, elephant walking right, anchor above, monogram of ΠΑ below. very fine SC 1089.3a; HGC 9, 490 And the one I think might match mine: Any help here is appreciated.