Roman Empire, Titus, 79-81, Denarius 69-79, Ephesus, very rare, NGC graded MS


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Roman Empire. Titus as Caesar, AD 69-79. Denarius 71; AR 3.47g.; Ephesus mint.
IMPERA[TOR T CAES]AR AVGVSTI F Bare-headed bust r. // Rev. PACI – AVGVSTAE Victory advancing r., holding wreath and palm branch; in lower r. field, EPHE ligate.

C 124. BMC p. 98 note. RIC Vespasian 1441. CBN Vespasian 360. RPC 838.

An extremely rare variety, of a very rare coin celebrating Titus' victory over Judaea. Only very few specimens known. A spectacular portrait of a young Titus in FDC quality; beautifully toned with prooflike fields.

NGC graded MS - Strike: 4/5 Surface: 5/5

Graded NGC Yes
Grade MS
Certificate Number 6156776-006
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Titus was considered extremely handsome and charismatic with a powerful and seductive personality. This is one of the few coins where this is evident.

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