I don’t know how many of you pay attention to Heritage Auctions but later this month they are auctioning a HUGE collection of Roman, Greek and other ancients of the “Monaco Collection” ranging in value from common coins of $250 all the way to super high end coins of $250,000 (for an XF “Ides of March” denarius of Brutus) and everything in between. Anyway I was looking through their listings of Roman aureii from the collection and I came across this Nero aureus that is much more affordable than many of the other aureii listed. It currently has an estimate of $2,000-$3000 and Ive always wanted a Roman aureus for my collection so I am considering bidding seriously for it but I noticed it has “boscoreale toning” and I’m not sure what that means? I googled “Boscoreale” and apparently it’s a city in Italy. Does it mean the coin is from there or something and coins tone differently there? Any input or information would be appreciated Thanks!