titus left head

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  1. ro1974

    ro1974 Well-Known Member

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    Titus (69-81) - AE As (Rome, 80, 10.29 gr.)
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  3. ominus1

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  4. Clavdivs

    Clavdivs Well-Known Member

    Well that is certainly a beautiful coin in all aspects. Congratulations - I love it!!

    Mine has a pretty spectacular portrait (in my opinion) but certainly has many issues as you see.

    Titus AE As. AD 80. IMP T CAES VESP AVG P M TR P COS VIII, laureate head left / PAX AVGVST S-C, Pax standing left, holding branch and caduceus
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  5. Mat

    Mat Ancient Coincoholic

    Beautiful addition, I like it a lot. Fantastic portrait on it.
  6. Curtisimo

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    It’s good to see you Ro! Beautiful Titus.
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  7. DonnaML

    DonnaML Well-Known Member

    Lovely coin.
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  8. Carl Wilmont

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    Nice left-facing portraits of Titus, @ro1974 & @Clavdivs. Somewhat of a serene expression in both.


    Titus, 79-81.
    ARDenarius (18 mm, 3.27 g, 7 h). Rome mint, 79 AD, after 1st of July. [IMP] TITVS CAES VESPASIAN AVG P M (outward); laureate head of Titus to left. Rev.TR P VIIII IMP XIIII COS VII P P; male Jewish captive kneeling right at base of trophy of arms with hands bound behind his back. Hendin 1583a. RIC 31 (R2).
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  9. Roman Collector

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    That's a handsome coin, @ro1974!
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  10. Numisnewbiest

    Numisnewbiest Well-Known Member

    Whoa...what a portrait, @ro1974! Also on your coin, @Clavdivs. Man, I love a great realistic portrait like those.
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  11. Clavdivs

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    I really think its the eye that makes this portrait... in my opinion. A true artist cut this die.. would love to see a mint state die match!
  12. dougsmit

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    I felt lucky to find this Titus sestertius (my first Titus) despite the reverse. I got it in 1988 from Ed Waddell. Even then he rarely had low end coins but it seems the obverse of this one made the cut.

    One sided coins have an advantage. This one is more balanced (equally ugly on both sides but it has a nice face) and came from Dan Clark in 1995. For those who miss it, the SC was in exergue.

    Some of the coins that I like best came from dealers who usually did not sell coins that low grade but realized that being MS is not the only consideration.
  13. ro1974

    ro1974 Well-Known Member

    you to, thats nice hearing:happy:
    great coins you all have posting:facepalm:
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  14. Jay GT4

    Jay GT4 Well-Known Member

    Nice lefties. I just got this very rare left facing Titus

    Laureate head of Titus right

    Capricorn left, globe below

    Reverse based on the coinage of Augustus

    Rome 79 AD


    RIC 20 (R2)

    Ex-Dara Museum E-Auction 2 lot 979
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