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Ancient Coins - CE-WTDB - CORIELTAUVI - DVMNO / TIGIR SENO, AR Unit, ca.30-60AD.              VERY-RARE

Ancient Coins - CE-WTDB - CORIELTAUVI - DVMNO / TIGIR SENO, AR Unit, ca.30-60AD. VERY-RARE

Moneda celta

Moneda celta

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

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

Eastern Celts: Boii AR drachm – Head and wreath/Horse and bird – Totfalu type – Excellent preservation for type

Eastern Celts: Boii AR drachm – Head and wreath/Horse and bird – Totfalu type – Excellent preservation for type

Trinovantes.   CUNOBELIN, AD 10 - 40.   Stater, Camulodunum.   Rare, near EF.

Trinovantes. CUNOBELIN, AD 10 - 40. Stater, Camulodunum. Rare, near EF.

Ancient Coins - Silver Drachm with Aquatic leaves of the RUTENI tribe of Gaul: Female head / Cross dividing flan into four cantons: leaf in the 1st, 2nd and 4th districts, ax in the 3rd district.

Ancient Coins - Silver Drachm with Aquatic leaves of the RUTENI tribe of Gaul: Female head / Cross dividing flan into four cantons: leaf in the 1st, 2nd and 4th districts, ax in the 3rd district.

Iceni coin bearing the name "Antedios" (possibly the father of Prasutagus).

Iceni coin bearing the name "Antedios" (possibly the father of Prasutagus).

Julius Caesar Denarius with Elephant This coin was minted in Italy around 49 BC. On the obverse is an elephant walking and trampling on a horned serpent

O’Brien Coin Guide: Roman Emperors and their Coins, Part I

Julius Caesar Denarius with Elephant This coin was minted in Italy around 49 BC. On the obverse is an elephant walking and trampling on a horned serpent

CoinArchives.com ANCIENT COINS, BYZANTINE, Leontius (AD 695-698). Gold Solidus, 4.27g, Constantinople. D LEO-N PE AV, crowned bust of Leontius facing, wearing loros, holding akakia and globus cruciger. Rev. VICTORIA AVGX, cross potent set on three steps, A//CONOB. (cf DOC 2 (officina not recorded); MIB 2; SB 1331). A couple of small scratches in fields, great style, superb extremely fine. From The Alexander White III

CoinArchives.com ANCIENT COINS, BYZANTINE, Leontius (AD 695-698). Gold Solidus, 4.27g, Constantinople. D LEO-N PE AV, crowned bust of Leontius facing, wearing loros, holding akakia and globus cruciger. Rev. VICTORIA AVGX, cross potent set on three steps, A//CONOB. (cf DOC 2 (officina not recorded); MIB 2; SB 1331). A couple of small scratches in fields, great style, superb extremely fine. From The Alexander White III

Rare Celtic ‘Dancing Manikin’ Coin, 65 BC - 1 ADAccording to its weight, this odd little Celtic silver coin is a quinarius. After the charming depiction on the obverse, it is known as the “quinar with...

Rare Celtic ‘Dancing Manikin’ Coin, 65 BC - 1 ADAccording to its weight, this odd little Celtic silver coin is a quinarius. After the charming depiction on the obverse, it is known as the “quinar with...

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