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Danube Region AR Scyphate Drachm Imitating Philip II of Macedon Circa 200 BC Ancient Celtic Silver Coin Museum Reproduction CSC0004

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Silver Greek Drachm (19.00mm, 4.99g.) Danube Celts, Sirmium mint, struck circa 200 B.C. References: OTA 300/17 var.

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Celtic tetradrachms are the conditional name of ancient silver coins issued by Celtic tribes in Central and Eastern Europe. As a rule, it is a region of the Carpathian Mountains (modern Slovakia, Romania, Hungary, Ukraine). All these coins are united by the fact that they are imitations (often primitive) of the same coin — the AR tetradrachm of Philip II of Macedon.
Primitive image: a stylized horse on thin legs with a rider in the form of a line of dots. Some obscure characters.
No less primitive portrait of Zeus.

DESIGN:
Obverse side
Celtic bust of Philip II right
Legend:
Anepigraphic

Reverse side
Horse galloping left
Legend:
Anepigraphic

A perfect choice for Numismatists, Historians, Military Veterans, Collectors.

Weight 4,99 g
Dimensions 19 mm

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