Armorican, Coriosolite. ca. 75 to 50 BC. Billon stater. BROKEN AND GLUED TOGEATHER.

Ancient Coins - Armorican, Coriosolite.  ca. 75 to 50 BC.  Billon stater. BROKEN AND GLUED TOGEATHER.
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Tribal origin : The Coriosolites were an Armorican tribe situated in Cotes-D'Armor in Brittany. They minted coins only during the Gallic War.  After the Gallic War, thousands of Coriosolite coins were sent to Hengistbury in England via the island of Jersey for recycling and large hoards of these coins have been found on Jersey.

Denomination : Billon stater.

Date : ca. 75 to 50 B.C

Reference : Spink (British) #18. Hooker : Group C of Series X (Class Vb).

Size : 22.5 X 21.6 mm. Weight : 3.43 grams.

Grade : about VF with typicial weak areas, but the coin HAS BE BROKEN IN 3 PIECES AND GLUED BACK TOGEATHER. Slightly rough

Obverse : Stylized head right

Reverse : Stylized horse right, with a lyre symbol below and a cross in front.

 

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Rates for: 01/22/18

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