Particularly in this world of less "in-hand" experiences displaying coins to scale takes on a bit more importance. Here we have a Commodus Denarius and a Verus dupondius. Very different coins in material, texture, quality, design - the list goes on for a long way. These two pics are to scale: Lucius Verus dupondius RIC III 1387 Mars 163-164 Roma L AVREL VERVS AVG ARMENIACVS TR P IIII IMP II COS II S C SC around Mars From the IOMEGA Collection 27mm 11.7g While the below provides a much better visual of the actual Commodus denarius, but makes it appear much more similar to the above dupondius just because the size difference is one of the most intriguing contrasts between the two coins (to me!). I know they aren't related in any way, just using them as an example. Commodus denarius RIC III 159 Felicitas 186-187 Roma M COMM ANT P FEL AVG BRIT PVBLIC FEL PM TR P XII IMP VIII COS V P P Felicitas standing left, holding patera and scepter 17.5mm 2.9g Just as we file coins, we file pictures and it helps to stay organized when I'm changing levels in skillset and gear. Replacing groups of images becomes an easier project when I say start using a dedicated macro lens or try new types of lighting. I've also improved my pictures quite a bit and wanted to share them and also say thank you for all the great advice given freely here. Very helpful as we progress in this hobby of photography, I mean coin collecting. I'd love to see some contrasting coin pairings (color, size, material or quality); also your views on the photography questions are appreciated.