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Titus AR Denarius (73 CE) (Group 3)

Titus Caesar AR Denarius circa 73, 19mm., 3.25g. Obv: Laureate head r. Rev. Emperor seated r. on curule chair, feet on footstool, holding sceptre and olive branch. C 158. RIC 554. Toned, Very Fine. From the M.J. Collection. Ex: Naville Numismatics Live Auction 53 Lot 522 I wanted this coin because it is a mule. It has an obverse of Titus but a reverse of Vespasian. In find these mules to be quite interesting. I have been trying to get one of this type for over a year. Every time I saw one at auction my high bid was not enough. I am very glad to have landed this one and it will have an important place in my collection. I also like this coin for the interesting portrait of Titus. The portrai

Domitian AR Denarius (81 CE) (Group 4)

Domitian AR denarius 81 CE (Group 4) Obv: IMP CAES DIVI VESP F DOMITIAN AVG PM; Head laureate right Rev: TR P COS VII DES VIII P P; Seat draped above winged thunderbolt. RIC 72 (R2). Zeus Numismatics Prime 1 Lot 282 November 17, 2019 I never thought I would own 1 of this coin type, never mind 2. Until the last few months I had not seen any of this type come to market in the last 4 years. The strange thing is that now 4 have turned up-all within a few months. 2 of these have appeared in Heritage auctions. I also own one of these Heritage coins. This is an interesting and rare type. It is interesting because of the rare obverse legend. This legend does not occur often on Domitian's coins as em

 
 

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