I've been curious for a while. Just as many of you maintain a gallery on FAC, I have too. For many reasons, chief of which is it gives me an on line storage option just as a fail safe. A couple of years ago, I lost my computer database, but because I had my FAC gallery, I was able to reconstruct it with the information I had stored there. Now to my question: FAC keeps good records of how many times a coin is viewed along with comments. Now I know my collection is not considered top shelve, but I do have a few very nice coins. Many I would expect to garner views from the FAC audience. Coins like my Caligula and Claudius denarii. However, one coin that has been viewed nearly as much is my HERENNIUS ETRUSCUS Antoninianus. I see nothing special about this coin (besides the ghost image of the bust), but perhaps others see something I don't. Here is is: HERENNIUS ETRUSCUS Antoninianus OBV: Q HER ETR MES DECIVS NOB C, Bare-headed and draped bust right REV: PRINCIPI IVVENTVTIS, Herennius standing left, holding rod and spear 3.0g, 20mm RIC 147c And, I suppose I have a second question. Do any of you have coins that appear to get more attention than others? Post them.