So this coin is exceptional for 2 reasons. First, this is a very common coin, unlike the vast majority of coins in my collection. Next, I was totally blown away by the portrait. I have many portraits of Domitian and they range from bad to ho-hum nothing special, to very good, to spectacular. I have found that the denarii for Domitian as Caesar tend to be ugly or okay at best. This coin however is an exception to that observation. Even with the wear on the high spots of the hair, it should be easy to spot that this is not an ordinary portrait but is instead the product of a very talented engraver. This coin is from the Scipio collection. All I know about this collection is that it consisted of several thousand coins from many different eras and interests. I bought this coin as an unsold lot. I could hardly believe that it went unsold. Please post your coins with portraits you consider exceptional. Domitian as Caesar AR Denarius. Rome 77-78 CE Obv: Laureate head right; CAESAR AVG F DOMITIANVS Rev: Horseman galloping right; COS V in exergue RIC 957 (Vespasian); BMC 234 (Vespasian); RSC 49 Purchased from Soler y Llach. Subasta Numismatica, Collecion Scipio, Primera Parte June 30, 2021 Lot 518.