as because it is quite rare and has some level of eye appeal. And I like worn coins. Domitian as Caesar [Vespasian] Æ As, 11.16g Rome mint, 75-76 AD Obv: CAESAR AVG F DOMITIAN COS III; Head of Domitian, laureate, bearded, r. Rev: PRINCIP IVVENT; S C in field; Domitian riding l., r. hand raised, holding sceptre RIC 835 (R). BMC -. BNC 736. Acquired from CGB.fr, February 2021. This rare as struck in either 75 or 76 AD, prior to Domitan's fourth consulship in early 76, commemorates his appearance at Vespasian and Titus' joint Jewish War triumph in 71 - 'while taking part in the Judaean triumph, he rode on a white horse' (Suetonius, Domitian, ii). This triumphal type was first struck in silver and gold and is somewhat rare on the asses. The bronze version closely resembles the precious metal prototypes, although it lacks their 'human head'(!) mounted on the sceptre as described by H. Mattingly in BMCRE II. The fact this type continued to be struck several years after the Jewish War triumph possibly hints at how important its iconography was to the young prince. Missing from the BM's collection. Here is the same type on a denarius from 73 with the 'human headed' sceptre. Domitian as Caesar [Vespasian] AR Denarius, 3.15g Rome mint, 73 AD Obv: CAES AVG F DOMIT COS II; Head of Domitian, laureate, bearded, r. Rev: No legend; Domitian on horse l.; r. hand raised, sceptre in l. RIC 680 (C). BMC 129. RSC 664. BNC 105. Ex Berk 146, 29 November 2005, lot 363. Please post your equestrian themed coins.