Pegasi Numismatics

Closes Tuesday, May 22, 2018 11:00 AM CDT

Archive Lot Detail
Sale Number: 328  -  Triskeles Auctions
Lot Number: 4

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Lot 4.  Britain, East Anglian Region. Iceni. Early uninscribed issues. Mid-1st century B.C. AR unit (12 mm, 1.15 g, 6 h). Norfolk God (moustache) type. Mustachioed male head right; behind, grain ear (not evident); before, two trefoils / Horse with cabled mane right; above, pelta with tricorne; below, lozenge with concave sides and pellet at each corner. ABC 1567; Van Arsdell 792; BMC 3605-759; SCBC 434. Very fine.

The head and grain ear of the obverse are borrowed from the Roman denarii of L. Roscius Fabatus (Crawford 412/1), which were also extensively imitated in Central Europe on coins of the Eravisci, a highly cultured Celtic tribal group inhabiting Transdanubia who used Roman Republican denarii as prototypes for their own coins.

Estimate: US$ 100 

Lot is Closed
Closing PriceUS$ 90 
Closing DateFriday, December 15, 2017
11:01:00 AM CDT