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No 269 Cunobelin "CORN EAR" Gold Stater

No 269 Cunobelin "CORN EAR" Gold Stater Image

Similar to No.175 but in much finer condition. This gold stater was described by Chris Rudd as being ‘extremely rare’. This type of stater was minted by the Trinovantes, the Chief Tribe from north of the Thames.

The coin shows a corn ear with central stalk and the letters CAMV/Roman-style horse rearing up from exergual line, branch above, CUNO eblow, beaded border about coin. Chris Rudd states ‘this classic type gold stater of King Conobelin has a pellet after the ‘c’ of CAMV (possibly a moneyer’s privy mark).

Your Price:£4.19
Weight:4.80 g