Ti. Veturius Gracchi Moneyer of the Roman Republic from 137 BC to 137 BC.
Ti. Veturius Gracchi was one of the moneyers for the year 137 BC. He is not otherwise known.

Gens Veturia, originally Vetusia, was an ancient patrician family of the Roman Republic. According to tradition, the armourer Mamurius Veturius lived in the time of Numa Pompilius, and made the sacred ancilia. The Veturii occur regularly in the consular fasti of the early Republic, with Gaius Veturius Geminus Cicurinus holding the consulship in 499 BC. Like other old patrician gentes, the Veturii also developed plebeian branches. The family faded into obscurity in the later Republic, with the last consular Veturius holding office in 206 BC, during the Second Punic War.

The nomen Veturius belongs to a class of gentilicia in which the old, medial 's' has been replaced by 'r', as in Valesius, Fusius, Papisius, and Numesius, which in later times were Valerius, Furius, Papirius, and Numerius.
Ti. Veturius Gracchi
An AR Denarius struck 139 (137)BC in Rome
Obverse: head of Mars right wearing winged and crested helmet TI·(VET) X

Reverse: Oath-taking scene*, two standing warriors holding spears and facing attendant kneeling in center, holding sacrificial pig. ROMA

Diameter: 19 mm
Die Orientation: -
Weight: 3.9 g
This type revived the reverse of gold coinage issued in 217 - 216 B.C. and broke the 75-year tradition of Roma obverses with Dioscuri or chariot reverses on denarii. *Oath-taking scene can refer to the battle of the Caudine Forks in the second Samnite war where Romans were ingloriously defeated. Consul T. Veturius Calvinus, moneyer's ancestor, made a truce with Samnites. Scene could depict truce ceremony where the pigglet was sacrificed. Other expanations are mythical conclusion of the agreement between king Latinus and Aeneas or Titus Tatis and Romulus, oath-taking of representatives of Alba Longa and Romans before the battle between Horatii and Curatii. Most probably the scene is related to the peace treaty between Romans and Campanians, concluded by T. Veturius Calvinus in 334 BC, which granted Campanians citizenship.
Crawford 234/1, SRCV 111, Sydenham 527, RSC I Veturia 1