C. Coelius Caldus - Monetalis of Res Publica Romana from 51 BC to 51 BC
Caius Coelius Caldus was one of the moneyers for the year 51 BC.

Coelius Caldus was the grandson of the moneyer from 104 BC, and struck coins bearing his portrait, and honoured two other ancestors with the same name.

Gens Caelia or Coelia was a plebeian family at Rome. In manuscripts the nomen is usually written Caelius, while on coins it generally occurs in the form of Coelius or Coilius.
C. Coelius Caldus
Moneyer C. Coelius Caldus of the Roman Republic

(1) C. Coelius Caldus 52 (51)BC
Obverse: head of Coelius Caldus (moneyer's grandfather) right; standard inscribed HIS (Hispania) behind, standard in the form of a boar (emblem of of Clunia, Hispania) in front, C·COEL·CALDVS / COS
Reverse: statue of god seated left between two trophies of arms, all on a high lectisternium with front inscribed L·CALDVS / VII·(VIR)·EP(VL) (Lucius Caldus Septemvir Epulo), C·CALDVS on left, IMP·(AV)·X (Imperator Augur Decemvir) on right, C(ALD)VS III VIR below
Ref: Crawford 437/2a, Sydenham 894, RSC ...