I really like the portrait of Vespasian, rough, realistic and not refined compared to the more stylised of Domitian. On the first coin the portrait is interesting as the minters didn't have a good ideá of how Vespasian looked like so early on in his reign which can be seen compared to the two other coins I've posted. Vespasian, Denarius Rome mint, 70 AD Obv: IMP CAESAR VESPASIANVS AVG Laureate head of Vespasian right. Rev: COS ITER TR POT Aequitas standing left, holding scales and sceptre. RIC II, Part 1 (second edition) 21 (C) This coin is marked as common in RIC but is aparently hard to find in this condition. Titus under Vespasian, Denarius Rome mint, 77-78 AD Obv: T CAESAR IMP VESPASIANVS Laureate head of Vespasian right. Rev: COS VI in exergue; Oxen, two, yoked l. RIC II, Part 1 (second edition) 951 (R) Vespasian, Tetradrachme Antioche, Syria, 69 AD Obv: ΑΥΤΟΚΡΑΤΩΡ ΚΑΙϹΑΡ ϹƐΒΑϹΤΟϹ ΟΥƐϹΠΑϹΙΑΝΟϹ Laureate head of Vespasian, r. Rev: ΕΤΟΥϹ ΝƐΟΥ ΙƐΡΟΥ Α Eagle with wreath in beak on a club to l.; in l. field, palm branch RPC II, 1970 Pedigree: This specimen comes from the Abdo Ayoub collection. Very rare with visible A on the reverse ΙƐΡΟΥ Α wich is often missing if I'm not mistaken.