CELTIC COINS


EARLY CELTIC EUROPEAN MONEY

8510. CELTIC VOTIVE SICKLE. Central Europe, Early-1st millennium BC. It is thought these non functional sickles may have been used prior to coins as a form of currency in Europe. 4.25 inches. An excellent example of these rare pieces.

$250.



8628.CHOICE CELTIC IMITATION OF A CONSTANTINIAN AE, ca. 4th century AD. CONSTANTINVS AVG, Diademed Celtic style head r./Two Victorys beside plaque, blundered legend around. VF. A very interesting type with a wonderful classic Celtic style and deserving of further study and attribution.

$150.



8183. DANUBIAN CELTS, ca. 3rd-2nd century BC. AR Tetradrachm imitating the style of Alexander the Great. Blank convex bulge/Crude Zeus enthroned. VF. Scarce type.

$350.