C. Fundanius Quaestor of the Roman Republic from 101 BC to 101 BC.
C. Fundanius was one of the moneyers for the year 101 BC, as well as a Quaestor the same year - as indicated by the Q on his coins.

The gens Fundania was a plebeian family at Rome, which first came into notice in the middle of the third century BC. Although one of its members obtained the consulship in BC 243, the Fundanii never attained much importance in the state.

The Fundanii are known to have used the praenomina Quintus, Gaius, Marcus, and Lucius, all of which were amongst the most common names throughout Roman history.
C. Fundanius
An AR Denarius struck 98 (101)BC in Rome
Obverse: head of Roma right wearing winged helmet ·C

Reverse: Gaius Marius with his son as rider riding in triumphal quadriga right. Gaius Marius holds staff and laurel branch, rider holds laurel branch and reins. Q C·FVNDAN

Diameter: 18.5 mm
Die Orientation: -
Weight: 4 g
Moneyer depicts triumph of Gaius Marius after the victory over Cimbri, Ambrones and Teutons in the battle of Aquae Sextiae in 102 BC and in the battle of Vercelli in 101 BC. This is the first Roman issue depicting living person. Moneyer struck these coins as Questor.
Crawford 326/1, SRCV I 204, Sydenham 583, RSC I Fundania 1
An AR Quinarius struck 101 BC in Rome
Obverse: Laureate head of Jupiter right; C to left.

Reverse: Victory standing right, crowning trophy, beside which stands carnyx; before which, Gallic captive kneeling left; Q (mark of value) in exergue.

Diameter: 14 mm
Die Orientation: -
Weight: 1.76 g
Provenance: CNG Electronic Auction 432 (14 November 2018), lot 244. From the Andrew McCabe Collection, purchased from Peus. Ex Prof. Dr. Hildebrecht Hommel (†1996) and the three-generation Hommel family collection.
Crawford 326/2