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Gaul

Sud-Ouest (peuple indéterminé) – obverse
Sud-Ouest (peuple indéterminé) – reverse
Sud-Ouest (peuple indéterminé)
(240 BC - 220 BC)
Silver – 4 g – ø 18.5 mm

Gaul - Abrincatii (Region of Avranches, Manche)

¼ Silver Stater (Abrincatui) – obverse
¼ Silver Stater (Abrincatui) – reverse
¼ Silver Stater (Abrincatui)
(60 BC - 50 BC)
Silver – 1.20 g – ø 15 mm
DT# 2271 var., LT# J 10

Gaul - Aedui (Region of Bibracte, Morvan)

Potin SECISV ou SELISV au génie ailé – obverse
Potin SECISV ou SELISV au génie ailé – reverse
Potin SECISV ou SELISV au génie ailé
(60 BC - 50 BC)
Potin – 2.7 g – ø 20 mm
DT# 3236
Denier à la lyre, ÉDUENS (BIBRACTE) – obverse
Denier à la lyre, ÉDUENS (BIBRACTE) – reverse
Denier à la lyre, ÉDUENS (BIBRACTE)

Silver – 2.05 g – ø 12.5 mm
LT# 4858

Gaul - Allobroges (Region of Dauphiné)

Denier (Allobroges; IAZVS) – obverse
Denier (Allobroges; IAZVS) – reverse
Denier (Allobroges; IAZVS)
(90 BC)
Silver – 2.26 g – ø 16 mm
DT# 3052
Denier (Allobroges; VOL) – obverse
Denier (Allobroges; VOL) – reverse
Denier (Allobroges; VOL)
(80 BC - 75 BC)
Silver – 2.32 g – ø 15 mm
DT# 3122
Denier (Allobroges; seahorse) – obverse
Denier (Allobroges; seahorse) – reverse
Denier (Allobroges; seahorse)
(75 BC - 70 BC)
Silver – 2.19 g – ø 13.5 mm
DT# 3127

Gaul - Ambiani (Region of Amiens, Somme)

AMBIANI - Stater – obverse
AMBIANI - Stater – reverse
AMBIANI - Stater

Gold – 6.29 g

Gaul - Antipolis (Antibes, Alpes-Maritimes)

Petit bronze à la Victoire - Antipolis - Antibes – obverse
Petit bronze à la Victoire - Antipolis - Antibes – reverse
Petit bronze à la Victoire - Antipolis - Antibes
(44 BC - 27 BC)
Bronze – 2.2 g – ø 15 mm
LT# 2196
Small bronze with Victory (Antipolis, Antibes) – obverse
Small bronze with Victory (Antipolis, Antibes) – reverse
Small bronze with Victory (Antipolis, Antibes)
44
Bronze – 2.65 g – ø 10.5 mm
LT# 2196

Gaul - Armorica (undetermined tribe)

Stuffed quarter gold stater (Armorica, unknown tribe) – obverse
Stuffed quarter gold stater (Armorica, unknown tribe) – reverse
Stuffed quarter gold stater (Armorica, unknown tribe)
(80 BC - 50 BC)
Gold plated billon – 0.85 g – ø 12.5 mm

Gaul - Atrebates (Region of Arras, Pas-de-Calais)

¼ Gold stater with crescent (Atrebates) – obverse
¼ Gold stater with crescent (Atrebates) – reverse
¼ Gold stater with crescent (Atrebates)
(80 BC - 50 BC)
Gold – 2 g – ø 12 mm
DT# 41, LT# 8590

Gaul - Atuatuci (Region of Thuin, Hainaut)

Semis (Aduatuci) – obverse
Semis (Aduatuci) – reverse
Semis (Aduatuci)
(40 BC - 10 BC)
Bronze – 2.70 g – ø 15 mm
DT# 705

Gaul - Bellovaci (Region of Beauvais, Oise)

Potin aux chevrons - Type Ib – obverse
Potin aux chevrons - Type Ib – reverse
Potin aux chevrons - Type Ib
(50 BC - 20 BC)
Pewter – 2.7 g – ø 15.5 mm
DT# 535
Bronze with rooster and human head (Bellovaci) – obverse
Bronze with rooster and human head (Bellovaci) – reverse
Bronze with rooster and human head (Bellovaci)
(50-30)
Bronze – 2.5 g – ø 15.5 mm
DT# 509, LT# 8584

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Numista referee for this country is Arendil, Quiquengrogne.

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