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No 600 North-East Coast Gold Stater

No 600 North-East Coast Gold Stater Image

We don’t have a great deal of information on this rare Celtic coin at the moment.

What we do know is that it is a Gold Stater known as a North East Coast type minted by the Corieltauvi, formerly known as the Coritani.

One side shows a wreath motif with leaves inwards and tiny dots around the ‘spike’.

The other shows a lunate horse facing right, charioteers arms above, rosette below.

We have been told that this is Van Arsdell 800-11, British Museum Collection 184-91. The original was probably minted between 55-50BC.

Your Price:£4.19
Weight:5.10 g