know this one is a bit rough, but it is the first one I have seen come up for sale. Still I really liked the portrait.
The second issue is important because the 4 standard Minerva types are presented for the first time. RIC also mentions the earlier looking portraits on these denarii and that these denarii mark the transition to larger more idealized portraits.
RIC lists 2 examples, one in the British museum and one in Paris.
Acsearch: 2 (A friend on Forum Ancient Coins owns these 2)
OCRE: 1 (The British Museum example)
Please post your coins of Domitian
Domitian AR Denarius
83 CE (Second Issue) March - 13 September
20.0 mm 3.04 g
Obv:IMP CAES DOMITIANUS AVG PM; head leaureate r
Rev:TR POT II COS VIIII DES X P P, Minerva stg l with thunderbolt and spear; shield at her side.
Ex: Artemide Aste E-Live Auction 7 March 24, 2019 Lot 216