Germania Capta series grand sestertii with masterful reverses and beautifully struck denarii come to mind. My latest coin shows that even the most modest of denominations was employed in the propaganda onslaught to celebrate the victory. Domitian Æ Quadrans, 2.48g Rome Mint, 84-85 AD Obv: IMP DOMIT AVG GERM; Trophy Rev: S C in field; Olive branch RIC 247 (R). BMC 494. BNC 534. Acquired from London Ancient Coins, November 2020. Domitian struck a fairly large issue of undated quadrantes early in his reign. RIC places them within the 84-85 time period based on Domitian titled as 'Germanicus' ('GERM' - which could only be post 83) and before 85 (after which all these small issues were dated). RIC also speculates many of these quadrantes were struck 'al marco', i.e. by batch weight, because of the variable weights encountered on many specimens. This type featuring a trophy on the obverse is an obvious reference to the recent war with the Germanic Chatti and should be considered part of the Germania Capta series. Feel free to post any humble or modest coins.