AS, SEMIS, TRIEN,
QUADRAN, SEXTAN & UNICA
The order listed below does not reflect the correct value which is: 
As, Semis, Trien, Quadran, Sextan and finally the Uncia.

B = Description historique et chronologique des monnaies de la Republique romaine 2 vols (1885
and 1886) by Ernest Babelon.
Cr = Roman Republican Coinage by Michael Crawford
Syd = The Coinage of the Roman Republic, by Rev. Edward A. Sydenham, NY: Sanford J. Durst,
New York 1976
CORNELIA ASSES
Most Asses like the Cornelia Numbers 2, 6, 11, 21, 27, 34, 45 and 52 all have the same front; the laureate and bearded head of Janus, with the value mark of I.
AS - plural: asses, is a word meaning 'Unity.' This was the standard monetary unit of early Copper/bronze coins in ancient Rome
Cornelia No. 2
P CORNELIUS SULLA
Circa151 BC. Æ As. Reverse is the prow of a galley facing right, the letters P SVLA above, ROMA below. 

Coin ref: B 2; Syd 387; Cr205/2; Sear 721.

Cornelia No. 6
P. CORNELIUS BLASIO
Circa169-158 BC. Æ As. Reverse is the prow of a galley facing right, the letters P. BLAS above, I before, ROMA below.  

Coin Ref: Syd. 370; BMC 788; Cr189/1; Sear 703.

Cornelia No. 11
CINA
Circa169-158 BC. Æ As. Reverse is the prow of a galley facing right, the letters CINA above, I before, ROMA in below.

Coin Ref:  Crawford 178/1; Sydenham 368;
Sear 699.
Cornelia No. 52
CN CORNELIUS
LENTULUS CLODIANUS
Circa 88 BC. Æ As.  Reverse is the prow of a galley facing right, the letters CN LENTV or LENT above. The letters ROMA are omitted.

Coin Ref: Crawford 345/3; Sydenham 704; Sear 746.
CORNELIA TRIENS
Triens -  All have the helmeted head of Minerva facing right, wearing a Corinthian helmet; with a value mark of four pellets above.
Cornelia No. 4
P. CORNELIUS SULLA
Circa 151 BC. Æ Triens. Reverse is the prow of a galley facing right decorated with the head of Venus; the letters P SVLA above. The letters ROMA below. Four pellets in front.
Coin Ref: Crawford 205/4; Sydenham 387b; Sear 996.
Cornelia No. 8
P. BLASIO
Circa 169-158 BC. Æ Triens. Reverse is the prow of a galley facing right; the letters P BLAS above. The letters ROMA below. Four pellets in front.

Coin Ref: Crawford 189/4; Sydenham 370b;
Sear 980.
Cornelia No. 13
CINA
Circa 169-157 BC. Æ Triens. Reverse is the prow of a galley facing right; the letters CINA above. The letters ROMA below. Four pellets in front.
Coin Ref: Crawford 178/3; Sydenhm 368/b; Sear 976.
CORNELIA QUADRANS
Quadrans - All have the young head of Hercules facing right, clad in a lion's skin and the value mark of 3 pellets.
Cornelia No. 5
P. CORNELIUS SULLA
Circa 151 BC. Æ Quadrans. Reverse is the prow of galley facing right. The letters P SVLA above. Three pellets below, before or above. The letters ROMA either above or below. 
Coin Ref: Cornelia 5; Crawford 205/5; Sydenham 387/c; Sear 1129.
Cornelia No .9
P. BLAS
Circa 169-157 BC. Æ Quadrans. Reverse is the prow of galley facing right. The letters P BLAS above. Three pellets before. The letters ROMA either above or below.

Coin Ref: Cornelia 9; Crawford 189/4;
Sydenham 370c. Sear 1113. 
Cornelia No. 14
CINA
Circa 169-158 BC. Æ Quadrans. Reverse is the prow of a galley facing right, the letters CINA above, three pellets before, and the letters ROMA below.

Coin Ref:  Crawford 178/4.; Sydenham.368c;
Sear 1109.
CORNELIA SEXTAN
Sextans - All have the draped bust of the god Mercury facing right, wearing square cap of winged petasus and the value mark of 2 pellets.
Cornelia No. 10
P. BLASIO
Circa169-158 BC. Æ sextans. Reverse is the prow of a galley facing right, the letters P BLAS above, two pellets in front and the letters ROMA below.
Coin Ref: Crawford 189/5; Sydenham 370d;  Sear 1275.

Cornelia No. 16
CINA
Circa 155-120 BC. Æ sextans. Reverse is the prow of a galley facing right, the letters CINA above, two pellets in front and the letters ROMA below.
Coin Ref: Sydenham 368

Cornelia 36
ANONYMOUS
Circa 90-79 BC.  Æ Sextan. Reverse is a double cornucopiae with fruit, bound by fillet. The word ROMA right.
Babelon 36, Sydenham 765
CORNELIA SEMIS
Semis (brass) - All have the laurel and beared head of Saturn and the value mark of S.
Cornelia No. 3
P CORNELIUS SULLA
Circa 151 BC. Roman Semis (brass). Reverse is a prow of a galley facing right with the Letters P SVLA above & the value letter S before; the stern is decorated with the head of Venus. The letters ROMA below.
Coin Ref: Crawford 205/3; sydenhan 387a; Sear 854.
Cornelia No. 7
P. CORNELIUS P.F. BLASIO
Circa 169-158 BC. Æ Semis (brass).
Reverse is the prow of a galley facing right with the Letters P. BLAS above, the value mark S before.

Coin Ref: Crawford 189/2; Sydenham 370a;
Sear 838.
Cornelia No. 12
CINA
169-157 BC. Æ Semis (brass).
Reverse is the prow of a galley facing right with the letters CINA above, the value mark S before.
Coin Ref: Crawford 178/2, Sydenham 368a; Sear 834.

Cornelia No.22
CN CORNELIUS BLASIO
Circa 112-111 BC. Æ Semis (brass). Reverse is a prow of a galley facing right with the Letters CN BLASIO [BLA in monogram] above, the value mark S before.
Babelon 22, Crawford 296/3; Sydenham 562a; Sear 894

Cornelia No. 53
CN CORNELIUS LENTULUS
Circa 88 BC. Roman Æ Semis (brass). On the reverse is a prow, facing right with the letters CN LEN above, sometimes with a trident below. The value mark & the letters ROMA omitted.
Babelon 53, Crawford 345/4a, Sydenham 704a, Sear 906
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Cornelia 21
CN CORNELIUS BLASIO
Circa 112-111 BC. Æ As. Reverse is Nike, or Victory, standing on the left and erecting a huge trophy, on the right. To the left are the letters CN, below BLASIO and to right CN. F or CN BLASION CN. F.
Babelon 21, Crawford 296/2; Sydenham 562; Sear 731

Cornelia 27
PUBLIUS CORNELIUS LENTULUS MARCELLINUS
Circa 100 BC.  Æ As. Reverse is a prow of a galley facing right. The letters LENT MAR F above. The letters NT & MAR are in monogram. Triskeles before prow. The value mark is omitted.
Babelon 27, Crawford 329/2; Sydenham 606; Sear 735


Cornelia 34
L CORNELIUS SULLA
Circa 82 BC. Æ As. Reverse is a prow facing right with the letters P SVLA above (VL in monogram) and IMPE below value mark of I. The letters ROMA omitted.
Babelon 34, Crawford 368/1; Sydenham 767; Sear 759

Cornelia 45
C LICINIVS L.F. MACER
Circa 84 BC. Roman Æ As. Reverse is a prow on which stands a male figure holding a staff; above are the letters EX S.C. and below MACER.
Babelon 45, Crawford 354/2, Sydenham 733, Sear 755
Cornelia 23
CN CORNELIUS BLASIO
Circa 112-111 BC. Æ Quadran. Reverse is the prow of galley facing right. The letters CN BLASIO [BLA in monogram] above. Three pellets below, before or above. The letters ROMA are below.
Babelon 23, Sydenham 562b

Cornelia 35
ANONYMOUS
Circa 90-79 BC.  Æ Quadran. On the reverse is the prow of galley facing right and a cornucopiae with fruit. The letters ROMA are below.
Babelon 35, Sydemhan 764
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