Domitian Æ As, 11.10g Rome mint, 81 AD Obv: IMP CAES DIVI VESP F DOMITIAN AVG P M; Head of Domitian, laureate, bearded, r. Rev: TR P COS VII DES VIII P P; S C in field; Minerva adv. r., with spear and shield RIC 87 (C). BMC 269. BNC 279. Acquired from Ken Dorney, March 2021. A common As from Domitian's first bronze issue struck in late 81. The reverse features his patron deity Minerva in a design which would later become more familiar on his denarii. It is likely based on a cult image. For comparison, here is the same Minerva type struck for a denarius. Domitian AR Denarius, 2.98g Rome mint, 86 AD Obv: IMP•CAES DOMIT AVG GERM P M TR P V; Head of Domitian, laureate, bearded, r. Rev: IMP XII COS XII CENS P P P; Minerva adv. r., with spear and shield (M1) RIC 435 (R). BMC 93. RSC 201b. BNC 97. Ex Dionysos, eBay, April 2016. Do you have a coin type that is more commonly seen on another denomination? If so, I'd like to see it!