Classical Numismatic Group, LLC
Auction 96  14 May 2014
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Lot 611

Estimate: 1500 USD
Price realized: 2695 USD
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GAUL, Northwest. Cenomani/Diablintes(?). Circa 100-50 BC. AR Stater (22mm, 6.29 g, 3h). Fallen warrior with torso ('Génie portent un vase') type. Laureate head of Apollo right / Human–headed horse right; at rump, charioteer and chariot wheel; below, fallen male holding torso or vase; vexillum to right. D&T 2169; Depeyrot, NC VIII, 161; de la Tour 6493; Scheers/Lyon 935; de Jersey, Armorica fig. 56. Near EF, toned. Very rare.

Depeyrot records only 25 other examples, 20 of which are in museums. This is one of the few to be offered for public sale. For further information, see Philip de Jersey, Coinage in Iron Age Armorica (Oxford, 1994), p.107.
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