RIC 694 (Vesp), BMCRE p 29 *, RSC 167
Rome Mint, 74 A.D.
Obv - T CAESAR IMP VESP; Head of Titus, laureate, bearded, r.
Rev - PONTIF TR POT; Winged caduceus, upright.
A reverse that copies one of Vespasian. The caduceus symbolizes commercial prosperity and may be associated with the censorship. (BMCRE p xxxvii)
Not in the BM's collection, but noted in the catalog. Both the RIC and RSC list it however. Not a common coin, not a very rare one either. Good metal, wonderful early portrait, and in good condition (Titus' beard is visible).