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Thracian Celts Tetradrachm Imitating Thasos Circa 72-31 BC Ancient Celtic Silver Coin Museum Reproduction CSC0002

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Silver Celtic Tetradrachm (35.2mm, 16.94g.) Thrace mint, struck 72-31 B.C. Göbl Class IV “Ribbed Legend”.

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SKU: CSC0002 Categories: , Tags: , , , ,

This type was first struck by Thasos, c. 168 – 148 B.C. Roman authorities struck imitatives, c. 148 – 80 B.C., mainly in Macedonia. Tribal groups (mostly Celtic) struck imitatives from about 120 to possibly as late as 10 B.C. Coins of Class IV are Thracian tetradrachms where the legend is formed from “ribs” rather than letters.

DESIGN:
Obverse side
Stylized and crude head of young Dionysos right, wearing ivy wreath and taenia
Legend:
Anepigraphic

Reverse side
Stylised figure with clava and lion skin
Legend:
Anepigraphic

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

Weight 16,94 g
Dimensions 35,2 mm

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