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Gold stater of the Catuvellauni

This coin was unearthed during the early 1990s by Rob Warwick. I was asked for my opinion as to its probable value if it was offered for sale today.

The coin is a gold stater of the Catuvellauni. It’s an example of the Middle Whaddon Chase type. On the obverse are crossed wreaths with opposed voided crescents at the centre and symbols in the angles. On the reverse is a horse with a wheel below and a winged motif above.

In Ancient British Coins the type is listed as number 2442. In the Standard Catalogue it falls under Early Uninscribed Coinage as number 32.   


The coin is a little weak on the edge on both sides but is otherwise in VF condition.  A likely pre-sale estimate on this quite attractive Ancient British gold stater would be £600-700.

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