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Lot 4141       Great Britain Silver & Bronze

Estimate $70
SOLD $70

CELTIC ENGLAND, Belgic migration, Amorican billon stater, North-West Gaul, (70-50 B.C.), Class III, Iceni Coinage, Anted coinage, (A.D. 1-25), silver unit, obv. double crescent emblem, rev. Celticized horse to right, with ANTD monogram under horse, (S.14, 273 [Van A. 711-1]). Second a large fragment, otherwise very fine. (2)

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