@Justin Lee .. who is refocusing his collection at the moment. This gave me an opportunity to obtain coins from two Emperors I never thought I would be able to add to my budget collection - EVER. Justin was excellent to deal with and gave me a generous "CoinTalk" discount to keep the coins in the family. He is class! Galba, Ruled Jun 8 68 AD-Jan 15, 69 AD AE23, Syria, Antioch Mint Obverse: [IMP SER GALBA] CAE AVG, laureate head right. Reverse: Large SC within laurel wreath of eight leaves, fastened at top with pellet, between inner circle and outer dotted border. References: RPC I 4315 var (obverse legend), McAlee 314 (same dies) Size: 23mm, 8.99g Notes: Very rare variety (obv legend), only two known to McAlee, but not this one (?). Does that make this the third known? Ex: Savoca Coin Auction, 2nd Blue, Lot #887 (5-3-2019) Die match with this exact coin from McAlee Collection: https://www.acsearch.info/search.html?id=573121 Otho, Ruled Jan 15-Apr 16, 69 AD AE28, Syria, Antioch Mint Obverse: CAE AVG IMP M OTHO, laureate head right. Reverse: Large SC within laurel wreath of eight leaves, fastened at top with pellet. References: RPC 4318 Size: 28mm, g Ex: FSR Auction, Lot #212 (01-15-2019) When I finished my coin cabinet I reserved a "12 Caesars" tray ..I left just one spot open in the tray and labelled it "Galba, Otho, Vitellius" .. I just left that one place marker to show the coins I would NEVER obtain to complete the set. Well who knows now?.. maybe someday I will find a sub $100 Vitellius? Down the line IF I do... I have already named the set "The Rag Tag 12 Caesars"... it would include Divus issues, Provincial, Imperial, various denominations, various metals.. and a lot of honest wear and bargain pickups. In other words it will be glorious!! Please post any coins you now own that you once imagined were unobtainable..