RIC 1, BMCRE 1, RSC 334a
Rome Mint, 23 June-1 July 79 A.D.
Obverse- Head of Titus, laureate, bearded, r.
Rev.- Male captive kneeling r., hands bound behind back, in front of trophy, consisting of helmet, cuirass, crossed swords (?), and round shield.
This reverse may be commemorating a British victory or another reminder of the Judaean one.
The coin was minted during the first week of Titus' reign, needless to say its a rare type.
Definitely one of my favorite coins in the collection. The condition of the coin alone is enough to take your breath away.