@Orfew recently offered this extremely rare piece I was overjoyed! Titus Caesar [Vespasian] AR Denarius, 3.16g Rome Mint, 74 AD Obv: T CAESAR IMP VESP; Head of Titus, laureate, bearded, r. Rev: PONTIF TR POT; Titus std. r. on curule chair, with sceptre and branch RIC 695 (R3, this coin). BMC -. RSC -. BNC -. Ex Andrew Short Collection; acquired from Forvm Ancient Coins. Ex Stack’s Bowers Galleries NYINC Auction, 11-12 January 2019, Lot 41066 (part). An extremely rare Titus Caesar denarius struck in 74. Frequency rating of R3 (unique) in RIC, although since its publication another specimen has surfaced (Pegasi 152, lot 335). The reverse, shared with Vespasian, echos the famous Tribute Penny of Tiberius. Why is it so fabulously rare? The uncommon obverse legend combined with this particular reverse legend and type creates a variant that apparently was fleetingly struck. The numismatic equivalent of the planets aligning just right. This is the RIC plate coin (BM file). There are only a handful of Titus denarii I'm missing from my collection, most of which are unique or extremely rare. Having an opportunity to acquire a scarce piece such as this is, needless to say, a big deal. Thanks Andrew! Feel free to share your 'big deal' coins.