For Further Reading:
Coins of the Roman Republic in the British Museum
by H. A. Grueber
London, 1910, Vol. I, pg. 357n
The Coinage of the Roman Republic
by Edward A. Sydenham, 1976, pgs. 116, 241
Roman Coins and Their Values
by David Sear, Vol.1, 2000, pg. 205
Roman Republican Coinage Volume I
by Michael H. Crawford 2001, pg. 370
Sydenham writes - "leaning on a spear."
Sear writes, "holding sceptre."
Crawford writes, "holding staff."
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C LICINIVS L.F. MACER
Circa 84 BC. Roman Æ As. Mint – Rome
Obverse has the laureate head of Janus, on left are the letters C. LICINI. L. F. upward and on the reverse is a prow on which stands a male figure lholding a staff; above are the letters EX S.C. and below MACER.
Ref: Cornelia 45; Babelon 45; Crawford 354/2; Sydenham 733;