Actually, I have been looking for one of this type since someone shared one on this site a while back. It crosses over several of my areas of interest. It surprises me how wide a price range can be found on these. I bought this as a Davissons aftersale lot. Photo and description are from the seller. Divus Vespasian. Died A.D. 79. Æ sestertius. 25.15 gm. 33 mm. Rome mint. Struck under Titus, A.D. 80-81. Obverse: The deified Vespasian seated right, holding scepter and Victory, in cart drawn right by a quadriga of elephants with riders; DIVO AVG VESPAS in field right, SPQR in exergue Reverse: IMP T CAES DIVI VESP F AVG P M TR P P P COS VIII around large S C. RIC II.1 258 (Titus). Very Fine; rich dark green patina; some light smoothing. Very rare. Includes collection envelope from the 1930s. Please share your elephant quadriga's or anything you feel like posting.