Help ID Roman Imperial silver

Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by Swervo513, Jan 11, 2019.

  1. Swervo513

    Swervo513 Active Member

    Hey everyone,

    It’s been a while but I always find myself returning to this forum. Hope everyone is well. I just got home from the NYINC and bought this “Titus” denarius. However, I’m having suspicions on what it may truly be. I apologize for the low res images but it’s the best I can come up with on short notice. If you are not sure about what it is it’s okay to say so. It seems this may not be a Titus denarius at all. I suspect it may be Vespasian or even Domitian. Silly me. Please help me confirm the correct ID.


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  3. Jay GT4

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  4. Swervo513

    Swervo513 Active Member

    Not sure if these are any better?

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  5. Swervo513

    Swervo513 Active Member

    Thanks jay!
    So is that the face of Vespasian or Titus?

  6. Jay GT4

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  7. Swervo513

    Swervo513 Active Member

    Very nice coin Jay! The obverse is what really got me. Check out my Caligula on the other thread
  8. Bing

    Bing Illegitimi non carborundum Supporter

    Congratulations. Nice example. I have a fouree of another (different obverse inscription) from Titus:
    Titus 1.jpg
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