I have been keeping on eye out for one of these for some time. Luckily I was checking the unsold lots on Artemide Aste (I do this often and have found a umber of great coins for opening bid prices) and I stumbled upon this one. While this coin is called common in RIC, examples do not come to market very often.
Bonvs Eventvs or "good outcome"
Coins featuring Bonus Eventus were issued during the turmoil of the Year of Four Emperors (69 AD) and the reigns of Galba, Vespasian, Titus, Antoninus Pius, and Septimius Severus. On these coins and on gems, Bonus Eventus is a standing male nude, usually with one leg bent and his head turned away toward a libation bowl in his outstretched hand. Sometimes he is partially clad in a chlamys that covers his back, or in an over-the-shoulder himation with the ends framing his torso. Poppies and stalks of grain are common attributes.
I like the portrait and the full legends. The figure on the reverse is worn but still well defined.
Titus (79-81).AR Denarius, 79-80.
Obv: Head right, laureate.IMP TITVS CAESVESPASIAN AVG PM
Rev: Bonus Eventus standing left, holding patera, corn-ears and poppy; BONVS EVENTVS AVGVSTI
RIC (2nd ed.) 89.AR.
Atrtemide Aste E-Live auction 8 Lot 268