Titus Æ Quadrans, 2.52g Rome mint, 80-81 AD Obv: IMP T VESP AVG COS VIII; Modius Rev: S C in laurel wreath RIC 255 (C). BMC 220. BNC 227. Acquired from London Ancient Coins, January 2021. A small issue of quadrantes dated COS VIII were struck for Titus sometime in 80 or 81. The modius/ S C laurel wreath type copies the famous quadrans struck under Claudius. Although the frequency rating in RIC is 'common', this denomination for Titus is actually fairly uncommon. When you think of Titus's coinage, do you think of his quadrantes? I didn't think so. Post your quadrantes!