Vespasian, Roman Emperor from 69-79 AD, Silver Denarius (3.33g, 18mm), Dynastic Series with Titus and Domitian as Caesares, struck at Rome 69-70 AD. Obverse: Laureate Head of Vespasian facing right, legend around, “IMP CAESAR VESPASIANVS AVG”. Reverse: Togate figures of the two Caesars Titus and Domitian seated on Curule chairs facing left, in their right hands an olive branch extended outward, their left by their sides, legend around, “TITVS ET DOMITIAN CAES PRIN IV”. Sear-2403; RSC-Vespasian-541b; RIC-25. A scarce piece; a problem free, fair grade dynastic coin of the Flavians. Good Fine / Fine.