Vespasian was born in A.D. 9 to a rising family. After a slow start he led Legio II Augusta in A.D. 42 on the invasion of Britain, conquering much of the southern of England. After a varied career he retired until he was asked by Nero to put down the revolt in Judaea in A.D. 66. He worked slowly and methodically with his son Titus until the revolt was suppressed but while this was happening Nero was toppled and the chaos of the Year of the Four Emperors started. A long story short he triumphed in A.D. 69, leading the Roman world for a 10-year period of stability & rebuilding, including starting the great Colosseum. In Britain, the frontiers were expanded for Rome by Agricola, Tacitus’ father-in-law, who was the first Roman to sail around and realise we are an island! Vespasian is early in the history of the Empire and therefore difficult to find. We have been putting his coins away for a while in this grade until we have enough to offer you. They are silver Denarius in a Good Fine condition with various reverses. We don't have that many, so if a Vespasian Silver Denarius is missing in your collection, do NOT miss your chance to get a nice example!!!