I recently received an uncleaned lot of coins, and these were my two favorite ones in it. The sestertius is a coin of Severus Alexander, the last emperor of the Severan dynasty. The other coin is a billion tetradrachm. However, I don't know who is on the coin. It doesn't look like Septimius Severus, or any other coins I have seen with bearded emperors. If you know, please tell me. Thanks a lot.
Hello, I recently found this coin in an uncleaned lot, and I think identified it. I could only find it from an ANS list of ancient greek AE 19 coins. I found no other coin that looked as similar to this coin as this one. I looked on wildwinds, a weber coin book, agora auction archives, romanumismatic auction archives, and coinarchives and couldn't find anything like this. I found 1 vcoin sale of a coin with the same description, but no picture. Both came from the BMC collection, a collection of scarce greek coins. Here is a link to the ANS page, and the auction where they bought it from. My coin's photos will be attached. Thanks everyone.