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Cr. 232/4 "CN GEL"(Cnaeus Gellius) series, Æ quadrans, 138 B.C.

232.4.combined-alt.JPG SNG Cop. 1320. Macedon. Gaius Publilius, Quaestor, Æ22, 168-167 BCThumbnailsCr. 206/2 "SAFRA"(Spurius Afranius?) series Æ as, 150 BCSNG Cop. 1320. Macedon. Gaius Publilius, Quaestor, Æ22, 168-167 BCThumbnailsCr. 206/2 "SAFRA"(Spurius Afranius?) series Æ as, 150 BCSNG Cop. 1320. Macedon. Gaius Publilius, Quaestor, Æ22, 168-167 BCThumbnailsCr. 206/2 "SAFRA"(Spurius Afranius?) series Æ as, 150 BCSNG Cop. 1320. Macedon. Gaius Publilius, Quaestor, Æ22, 168-167 BCThumbnailsCr. 206/2 "SAFRA"(Spurius Afranius?) series Æ as, 150 BCSNG Cop. 1320. Macedon. Gaius Publilius, Quaestor, Æ22, 168-167 BCThumbnailsCr. 206/2 "SAFRA"(Spurius Afranius?) series Æ as, 150 BCSNG Cop. 1320. Macedon. Gaius Publilius, Quaestor, Æ22, 168-167 BCThumbnailsCr. 206/2 "SAFRA"(Spurius Afranius?) series Æ as, 150 BCSNG Cop. 1320. Macedon. Gaius Publilius, Quaestor, Æ22, 168-167 BCThumbnailsCr. 206/2 "SAFRA"(Spurius Afranius?) series Æ as, 150 BC

Roman Republic Æ quadrans(18.3 mm, 6.16 g, 11 h). Cnaeus Gellius, moneyer, 138 B.C. Rome mint. Head of young Hercules right, wearing lion's skin headdress, three pellets behind / CN·GEL, prow of galley right, three pellets below. ROMA below. Crawford 232/4; Sydenham 435b; Russo RBW 965.

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Ex RBW Collection, ex Goodman Collection(Privately purchased on 12/7/1996).

The moneyer may be the same Gellius who is known for writing an early history of Rome but it is impossible to say for certain.

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