The below Trajan was acquired because I like the fine style of the portrait and the reverse with Aequitas is well struck even with some of the legend worn and a bit of a flan defect. The toning, in particular the blue, I'm not sure I love but certainly tolerate for the above reasons. I was curious to hear opinion's about the toning. I'm not giving the coin up, so don't worry about holding back if you don't like it. Trajan, Denarius circa 108-109, AR 18.90 mm., 3.32 g listed as a variant of RIC 119 (slight drapery on left, but could be I believe incorrectly identified as an aegis). Do you have any interesting toning?