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Celtic, Trinovantes and Catuvellauni, Tasciovanus, (c.25 BC-AD 10), silver Unit, 1.26g, '

In Celtic Coins from the Geoff Cottam Collection

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Celtic, Trinovantes and Catuvellauni, Tasciovanus, (c.25 BC-AD 10), silver Unit, 1.26g, 'Capricorn' type, wreath with opposing crescents at centre, teardrops emanating from crescents, tasc in angles, rev. winged capricorn, [vir] or [ver] below (ABC 2619; VA-; S.239), struck in good silver, a toned piece, pleasing, nearly extremely fine, the finest known provenanceBt. Rudd, 31 May 1994Recorded with the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, ref. CCI 94.0762Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.
Celtic, Trinovantes and Catuvellauni, Tasciovanus, (c.25 BC-AD 10), silver Unit, 1.26g, 'Capricorn' type, wreath with opposing crescents at centre, teardrops emanating from crescents, tasc in angles, rev. winged capricorn, [vir] or [ver] below (ABC 2619; VA-; S.239), struck in good silver, a toned piece, pleasing, nearly extremely fine, the finest known provenanceBt. Rudd, 31 May 1994Recorded with the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, ref. CCI 94.0762Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Celtic Coins from the Geoff Cottam Collection

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Lot 225:The image for this lot is actually lot 226 that appears to have been duplicated in the printed catalogue. The images on the website are correct.

Lot 332:

The text for lot 330 has been duplicated in lot 332 in the printed catalogue. The correct description is as follows.
Celtic, Trinovantes and Catuvellauni, Tasciovanus, (c.25 BC-AD 10), silver Unit, 1.17g, 'Bull' type, laureate head right, tascia before, va? behind,rev.bull butting left, tail raised, star above, [groundline below] (ABC 2643; VA 1794-1; S.235),minor striking split above bust, light granulation to obverse surfaces under magnification, deeply toned and with very pleasing centres, much fine detail remains on this, nearly extremely fine, extremely rare, the finest known

 

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