Going through my collection, I wonder, if I had to choose the most interesting coin in my collection, which one would I pick...... Then I thought, maybe a fun question to ask all of you. I'm always looking for new, interesting coins..... So, please show one coin from your collection (not two, not ten, just one!) and explain why this coin is of so much interest to you. There can be lots of reasons, and of course, you decide... I'll start with this one. The coin is struck at Rome by Caligula to commemorate the recovery from the Germans by his father, Germanicus, of the standards of the lost legions of Varus. I love this part of history about the 'Schlacht im 'Teutoburger Wald'. It was also a game changer cause the Romans ended abruptly the period of triumphant expension. But they came back..... Netflix started a brand new (german) serie about this period in time, called 'Barbarians'. Looking forward to see your coin RIC 57 dupondius 13,66 g. 30 mm. Obv. GERMANICVS CAESAR, Germanicus in quadriga right. Rev. SIGNIS RECEPT DEVICTIS GERM S-C, Germanicus standing left with eagle-tipped scepter.