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Ancient Coins - TP1 – British Celtic, The Eastern Dynasty (Trinovantian and Catuvellaunian Expansion into Atrebatic Territory), Epaticcus 	(1st half 1st century A.D.), Silver Unit

Ancient Coins - – British Celtic, The Eastern Dynasty (Trinovantian and Catuvellaunian Expansion into Atrebatic Territory), Epaticcus half century A.

Ancient Coins - Superb Ancient Celtic Silver Kroisbach Reiterstumpf Tetradrachm Coin - 150 BC

View this item and discover similar antiquities for sale at - An exceptional example of abstract Celtic artwork on a coin. A heavy silver tetradrachm, minted by the Danubian Celts of Pannonia (Burgenland), circa

Iron Age Coin, Gold - Ruscombe, Berkshire, England, 50–20 BC © The Trustees of the British Museum

Iron Age Coin, Gold – Ruscombe, Berkshire, England, BC © The Trustees of the British Museum

Catuvellauni & Trinovantes. Cunobelin, c. 8-41. Stater (Gold, 16mm, 5.38 g 10), first issue, Camulodunon (Colchester). CAMVL on a central panel over vertical wreath with alternate heart shapes and bucrania in the angles. Rev. [CVNOBELIN] Two horses galloping to left (the deconstructed remains of a biga) with a leaf above and a 'wheel' below. ABC 2771. BMC 1769-71. VA 1910. Beautifully toned and unusually nice. Reverse struck slightly off center, otherwise, extremely fine.

The Enigmatic Coins of the Celtic Tribes of Britain

Gaul. The Aedui tribe. (Circa 80-50 BC)

TARANIS – The Celtic Thunder God

Horses are vital to the Celtic society and are the most common characteristic of the Celtic coinage.

Ancient Celtic coins are recognized for their distinct abstracted designs and expressionistic images.

Gold Stater of Verica of the Atrebates & Regni, From the Vine Leaf Hoard of 2012 Found in Hampshire, England

Gold Stater of Verica of the Atrebates & Regni, From the Vine Leaf Hoard of 2012 Found in Hampshire, England. Cavalryman carries a 'lentoid' shield

Gold

Extremely rare, mint condition coin from Ionia, Century BC This electrum stater is from an uncertain mint in Ionia. It is only the recorded specimen and the finest known. It shows a Siren standing facing right, holding a tympanon.

Dobunni, Catti (c.AD 1-20), gold Stater, tree symbol, triple-tailed horse right

Dobunni, Catti (c.AD gold Stater, tree symbol, triple-tailed horse right

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