While not as generally rare as left facing Domitian denarii, some left facing portraits of Titus are very scarce indeed. This coin is a case in point. This reverse was struck for Titus as Caesar under Vespasian and as Augustus. This coin depicts him as Augustus.
I have wanted a Titus with this Venus reverse for some time but was waiting for the right coin. When I saw this one I jumped at the chance to get it.
Titus AR Denarius 79 after July 1
18 mm 3.16 g
Obv: Head laureate l; IMP TITUS CAES VESPASIAN AVG PM
Rev: Venus stg r leaning on column, with helmut and spear; TR P VIII IMP XIIII COS VII PP
RIC 35 (R) BMC--
Purchase from Silbury Coins April 23, 2019