a companion piece to their previous "Most Expensive Sestertii" article, this time about denarii. It doesn't take much imagination to guess which one is #1 on their list. As I similarly asked in a previous thread, what is the most treasured (not necessarily the most expensive) denarius in your collection? I love many of my denarii, but I'd have to say this is the one I treasure most: Tiberius, AD 14-37. Roman AR Denarius, 3.87 g, 18.5 mm, 5 h. Lugdunum, AD 16-37. Obv: TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVSTVS, laureate head, right. Rev: PONTIF MAXIM, Female figure seated right, holding long olive branch and inverted spear; legs of chair ornate, triple line below. Refs: RIC 28; BMCRE 42-44; RSC 16b; RCV 1763 var. Notes: The identity of the female figure on the reverse is uncertain and has been variously identified as Livia, Justitia or Pax.