C. Coponius - Monetalis of Res Publica Romana from 49 BC to 49 BC
C. Coponius was Praetor in 49 BC, and struck coins in that respect jointly with a moneyer for the year, Q. Sicinius.

He was formerly an officer under Crassus. He was a supporter of Pompeius Magnus. In 43 BC, he was proscribed by the Triumvirate, but was subsequently pardoned, and came to be regarded as a greatly respected member of the Senate.

Gens Coponia was a plebeian family at Rome. The family was prominent at Rome during the first century BC.
C. Coponius
Moneyer C. Coponius of the Roman Republic

(1) Q. Sicinius | C. Coponius c. 49 BC
Obverse: diademed head of Apollo right; star below, Q·SICINIVS III·VIR
Reverse: Nemean lion's skin draped over club; arrow left; bow right, C·COPONIVS ·PR·S·C
Ref: Crawford 444/1a, RSC I 1, Sydenham ...