Coins from 35-27 BC
This category covers the coins minted from the defeat of Sextus Pompeius and the fall of Lepidus in 35 BC, and until the ascension of Octavian as Augustus in 27 BC.

While the official coins of the late Republic were still minted under the control of the moneyers, it became more and more common practice for imperators to coin their own money to pay their troops and for propaganda purposes.

35-27 BC

(1) Marcus Antonius 32 B.C.
Obverse: ANT AVG III VIR RPC
Reverse: LEG V
Ref: None provided
(2) Marcus Antonius 32-31 BC
Obverse: galley right, mast with banners at prow, ANT·AVG / III ·VIR·R·P·C
Reverse: legionary aquila between two standards, LEG X?
Ref: Crawford 544/?
(3) Marcus Antonius 32-31 BC
Obverse: galley right, mast with banners at prow, ANT·AVG / III ·VIR·R·P·C
Reverse: legionary aquila between two standards, LEG_II ?
Ref: Crawford 544/14?
(4) Octavian 27-29 BC
AR Quinarius Unknown mint
Obverse: CAESAR IMP•VII – Head of Octavian.
Reverse: ASIA RECEPTA – Victory draped, standing looking left, holding wreath in right hand. On cista mystica between two snakes
Ref: RIC 276, RSC 14
(5) Octavian 29-27 BC
Obverse: CAESAR IMP VII, Bare head of Octavian facing right
Reverse: ASIA RECEPTA, Victory standing facing left, holding wreath and palm, on top of cista mystica, serpents at left and right
Ref: RIC I (2nd Ed.) Augustus 276; RSC I...
(6) Octavian 32-29 BC
Fourree Denarius Unknown mint
Obverse: Bust of Venus facing right, wearing stephane and necklace
Reverse: CAESAR DIVI F, Octavian in military dress, cloak flying behind, advancing left, right arm extended, left hand holding transverse spear
Ref: RIC I (2nd Ed.) Augustus 251; RSC I...
(7) Octavian 29-27 BC
AR Denarius Unknown mint
Obverse: Bare head of Octavian facing right
Reverse: IMP CAESAR, Facing head of Octavian on ithyphallic boundary stone of Jupiter Terminus, winged thunderbolt below
Ref: RIC I (2nd Ed.) Augustus 269a; RSC ...
(8) Octavian 30-29 BC
AR Denarius Italy | Rome?
Obverse: Bare head of Octavian facing right
Reverse: IMP CAESAR, A naval and military trophy consisting of the weapons and armor of a defeated enemy on a tree trunk on top of a prow of a captured galley with crossed anchor and rudder
Ref: RIC I (Second Edition) 265a; RSC 11...