The Semuncia denomination
The semuncia ('half-uncia'), , was an ancient Roman bronze coin valued at one-twenty-fourth of an as produced during the Roman Republic. It was made during the beginning of Roman cast bronze coinage as the lowest valued denomination.

The most common obverse types were a head of Mercury or an acorn, and the most common reverse types were a prow or a caduceus. It was issued until ca. 210 BC, at about the same time as the denarius was introduced.
An AE Semuncia struck 217-215 BC in Rome
Obverse: Turreted and draped female bust (Cybele?) right.

Reverse: Nude rider, holding whip, on horse prancing right; below, ROMA.

Diameter: 19 mm
Die Orientation: -
Weight: 6.68 g
No notes for this coin
Crawford 39/5
An AE Semuncia struck 217-215 BC in Rome
Obverse: Head of Mercury right wearing petasos.

Reverse: Prow of galley right; ROMA above.

Diameter: 20 mm
Die Orientation: -
Weight: 5.32 g
Semi-libral standard.
Crawford 38/7, Sydenham 87.