Titus as Caesar [Vespasian] Æ Dupondius, 13.68g Rome mint, 75 AD Obv: T CAESAR IMP COS IIII; Head of Titus, radiate, bearded, r. Rev: FELICITAS PVBLICA; S C in field; Felicitas stg. l., with caduceus and cornucopiae RIC 830 (C). BMC 715A. BNC 741. Acquired from London Ancient Coins, January 2021. Felicitas symbolising prosperity and abundance was one of the more common types struck during Vespasian's reign, often shared with Titus Caesar. This common dupondius was struck in 75, the year of the Temple of Peace dedication. The history a common coin like this has is much richer than the rarities we tend to seek out. It's anything but dull to me. Please post your 'dull' coins.