Re: Cornelia 33: "This and the following [i.e. Cornelia 44] are best explained as emergency Sullan issues in Italy produced in connection with the various military campaigns of the period. There is an aureas of this type (see No. 8)." - Roman Coins and Their Values by David Sear, Vol.1, 2000, pg.129. ... The reference in parenthesis of No. 8 refers to a Sears' number which is actually a Cornelia 32.
Cornelia 32 - ANONYMOUS - Q. Circa 81 BC. Roman Republic Gold. On the front of this coin is the diademed or crowned head of the Goddess Venus facing right. On the reverse side is a double cornucopia, or Horn of Plenty. The letter Q is seen below. This coin is identical to a Cornelia 33. Coin Ref: Cornelia 32, Crawford 375/1, Sydenham 754, Sear 8
Ref: Roman Coins and Their Values by David Sear, Vol.1, 2000, pg.76
Cornelia 44 - EX S.C.
circa 81 BC, Roman Republic silver denarius.
Mint - uncertain.
The front shows the head of Venus. There is a control letter behind her head. On the reverse side is a single cornucopia in the center. To the left are the letters SC and on the right side are the letters EX. This refers to the Latin phrase Ex Senatus Consulto. There is a wreath around the image.