This is the only coin known for Domitia from Bithynia. It seems to be genuine, but a suspicion remains that it has been altered from a coin of Domitian. There is also a reworked coin in B (B-I, 12.35 = vA Index, Domitia by the Koinon), which was perhaps originally a specimen of this variety. It also has a female head on the obv. with the inscription ΔΟΜΙΤΙΑ ΣΕΒΑΣΤΗ; the reverse reads ΔΗΜΗΤΗ ΣΕΒΑΣΤΗ and the letters Μ Δ appear in the field. MΔ might suggest Bosporus (cf. 469, etc.), but like the rev. legend could have been tooled from ΠΡ ΥΠ and OMONOIA ΣΕΒΑΣΤΗ. The B coin is not at all reliable and it may seem better to disregard it completely.