Cn. Corn. Lent. Marcellinus Moneyer of the Roman Republic from 76 BC to 75 BC.
Gnaeus Cornelius Lentulus Marcellinus was a Roman statesman and consul of 56 BC. He was moneyer 76-75 BC.

He was married at least twice - his first wife is unknown but his second wife was probably Scribonia, at least twenty years his junior, who later became the second wife of Augustus.

Marcellinus died before 47 BC. Scribonia remarried to Publius Cornelius Scipio Salvito, with whom she had two children Cornelius Scipio and Cornelia Scipio, and later she married Augustus and became mother to his only child, Julia the Elder.
Cn. Corn. Lent. Marcellinus
An AR Denarius struck 75 (76-75)BC in Military Mint | Taras
Obverse: diademed bust of Genius Populi Romani right, scepter across shoulder, G·P·R

Reverse: wreathed scepter, globe, rudder, EX S·C / CN·LEN·Q

Diameter: 18 mm
Die Orientation: -
Weight: 3.9 g

mint in Spain. Moneyer struck this coin as questor of proconsul Pompey when he was sent to support Q. Caecilius Metellus Pius in lenghty war against Sertorius in Spain. Moneyer became consul in 56 BC.

Probably struck in late 75 BD in Taras or Brundisium, perhaps the fund of choice to pay local shipping contractors to ferry armies across the Adriatic and back
Crawford 393/1a; SRCV I 323; Sydenham 752, RSC I Cornelia 54, Russo RBW 1432