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 Celtic tribes of Britain. Belgae in Hampshire. Early Uninscribed issue. Danebury type AR Quinarius $295.00 



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Attribution: ABC 995
Date: 60-20 BC
Obverse: Stylized head left with braided or corded hair, pellets within annulets before
Reverse: Horse galloping right, spiral above, annulets around
Size: 13.21mm
Weight: 1.45 grams
Rarity: 9
Description: nearing VF, Very Rare Type. No examples found in Coin Archives. No examples found in the Celtic Coin Index. Danebury is a Celtic Iron Age hill fort in Hampshire, England, north-west of Winchester. It protected the small Belgic tribe of the Chieftain Exobnos from roughly 50-35 BC.


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