Several months ago I bought this extremely rare (1 of 2 total known) Titus denarius from Forum. After paying off the layaway and an extended shipping time because of the postal slowdown, I just received the coin today. I am very pleased with it. This also happens to be the RIC plate coin for this issue. Having the coin in hand I observed that the neck Beard of Titus is quite prominent. I did not notice this on the Forum photo or the RIC plate. As Curtis Clay commented on Forum, what makes this coin rare is the reverse legend. This legend only occurs on 2 denarius types for Titus RIC 694 and RIC 695. I am extremely happy to have this one in my collection. Feel free to post your coins of Titus or portraits with a neck beard. Titus Silver denarius, 74 CE Rome (3.160g, maximum diameter 19.3mm, die axis 180o ) Obv: T CAESAR IMP VESP counter-clockwise from lower right, laureate head right; Rev: PONTIF TR POT (priest, holder of Tribunitian power) counter-clockwise from lower right, Titus seated right on curule chair, long scepter vertical in right hand, palm branch in extended left hand; RIC II-2 695 [VESP] (R3, this coin and this coin illustrated in the plates), RSC II- BMCRE II -, SRCV I -, Cohen I -, Hunter I -, This is the RIC plate coin! no recorded sales of the type on Coin Archives for the last two decades; extremely rare Ex Stack’s Bowers Galleries January 2019 NYINC Auction 11-12 January 2019 Lot 41006 (part of a large lot) Purchased from Forvm Ancient Coins on Jan 12, 2020 Coin depicted in the Wildwinds.com database.