The photo really shows off the concave flan shape which was a Rome mint trademark. Titus as Caesar [Vespasian] Æ Sestertius, 28.15g Rome mint, 72 AD Obv: T CAES VESPASIAN IMP PON TR POT COS II; Head of Titus, laureate, bearded, r. Rev: S C in field; Mars adv. r., with spear and trophy RIC 427 (C). BMC -. BNC 621. Acquired from Incitatus Coins, April 2021. Mars advancing right is one of the more common types struck for Titus Caesar's second bronze issue at Rome. Like many of his reverses, this Mars type is shared with Vespasian. It also shows up on the contemporaneous denarii. H. Mattingly in BMCRE II states the Mars with spear and trophy "was perhaps traditionally regarded as 'Mars Pater' - the ancestor of the Roman nation." Oddly enough, this type for Titus Caesar is missing from the BM's extensive collection. Show off your 'hockey pucks'!