The obverse is better than the reverse but it is still possible to see the mourning figure of Judea. You can also see IVDAEA on the left-hand side. I am very happy to add this coin to my collection. I also think it is neat to have his signature on his certificate of authenticity. Please post your Judea Capta types. I would love to see them. Vespasian 69-79 AD, AE As (27.2 mm, 8.05 g.) Obv: Vespasian laureate bust right; IMP CAES VESPASIAN AVG COS VIII PP Rev: Palm tree, arms scattered, Jewess seated in mourning to r.; IVDAEA CAPTA SC, Reference: Hendin 1561, RIC II. 1233. Earthen contrast added. This lot is accompanied by a photo-authenticity receipt signed by David Hendin, author of Guide to Biblical Coins.