Greek Silver & Bronze Coins
CELTIC, Lexovii, Noviomagus, Tascobienos type, (1st century A.D.), AE 15, (3.70 g), obv. head right, traces of TASCOBIENOS around, rev. horse left, (DT 2595) (illustrated); Treveri, Augusta Treverorum, (1st century A.D.), AE 15, (2.49 g), obv. head right, rev. bull left, GERMANVS INDVTILLI above and below, (DT 707, LT 9248); Viromandui, Augusta Veromanduorum, (60-30 B.C.), AE 12, (2.93 g), obv. epsilon patter, rev. animal right, (DT 529); Durocasses, (80-50 B.C.), AE potin, (2.47 g), obv. stylised head left, rev. three crosses between lines, (DT 2508, Blanchett 559); Leuci, (100-50 B.C.), AE potin, (3.39 g), obv. bare head left, rev. boar to left, (DT 228, Scheers 186). Toned, poorgood fine and rare. (5)
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CELTIC, Lexovii, Noviomagus, Tascobienos type, (1st century A.D.), AE 15, (3.70 g), obv. head right, ...