Ap. Claudius Pulcher Moneyer of the Roman Republic from 111 BC to 110 BC.
Ap. Claudius Pulcher was one of the moneyers for the year 111-110 BC. He struck coins jointly with his colleageus for the year, T. Manlius Macinus and Q. Urbinius.

He was a supporter of Lucius Cornelius Sulla and served as praetor in 88 BC. He was exiled in that year by Gaius Marius while Sulla was away in the east. He returned to Rome after Lucius Cornelius Cinna died in 84 BC, and served as consul in 79 BC and as governor of Roman Macedonia from 78 BC to 76 BC.

There is uncertainty about who his father was. It was most probably the Appius Claudius Pulcher who was consul in 143 BC.
Ap. Claudius Pulcher
An AR Denarius struck 109 (111-110)BC in Rome
Obverse: head of Roma right wearing winged helmet; circle in triangle behind

Reverse: victory in triga right holding reins T·(MAL)·A·P CL·Q·(VR)

Diameter: 18 mm
Die Orientation: -
Weight: 3.8 g
Joint coinage of three monetal triumvirs Ap. Claudius Pulcher?, T. Manlius Macinus, Q. Urbinius? Names of three moneyers are still mystery, Appius Clausius, T. Mallius, and Q. Urbanus are other possibilities. Triga is found only on the denaries of the Naevia family except coins of these three moneyers. Triga commemorates three of the persons who were monetal triumvirs in the second century BC. Cavedoni suggests that the triangle on the obverse may symbolize the same individuals. In this case the circle within that figure may represent a coin?
Crawford 299/1b; Sydenham 570a; Mallia 2; BM 1843,0116.505