|Condition: Good VF, excellent details.
Obverse: Radiate head of Sol right, X below chin.
Reverse: Luna in biga right, crescent moon and three stars above, one star and MN . AQVIL below horses,ROMA in exergue.
References: B.M.C. Italy, 645; Sydenham 557.
Comments: This coin was struck about 109 B.C. by the moneyer Man. Aquillius. The stars may be a punning allusion to the moneyer and the constellation Aquilia.