Finally, I was able to win one - it certainly is quite worn, legends are partially incomplete on both sides; but I'm happy to own one. haven't received it yet and the description only says the diameter, not the weight. Will weigh it when I receive it. The strange thing is that I don't agree with the sellers description and attribution, which is: RIC II.1, 34 and legend on the reverse TR P VIIII IMP XIIII COS VII PP. In my opinion it is RIC II.1, 15 because there is no “PP” on the reverse legend. The legend is TR P VIIII IMP XIIII COS VII and it was struck before he was named PP. What do you think? Rome, 79 AD, after July 1st RIC II.1 (2nd edition), 15; RSC 268; BMC 255; RCV 2448; 18 mm, 5h Ob.: IMP TITVS CAES VESPASIAN AVG (PM), laureate head of Titus to r. Rev.: TR P VIIII IMP XIIII COS VII Venus Callipyge, seen half from behind, nude to hips, standing r., resting l. elbow on column, spear in l. hand, helmet in outstretched right Please share your Titus denarii with Venus - they are lovely - or anything relevant.