I think I've got it figured out, but this example is sufficiently different from all the others I could find, that I wanted to submit it to the wiser ones for an opinion. So, I think I have here yet another example of the Dunubian Celtic
imitatives of the Macedonian Strymon/Trident issue SNG Cop
1299. The incorrect legend
and trident certainly fit, though the obverse
doesn't look very tribal. Perhaps one of the "very worn dies" referred to in the NumisWiki
is 4.78 g, dimensions 19 x 16 mm, and the die rotation (assuming the trident points up) is about 33 degrees. Sorry, got lazy and just scanned it, so the slightly schyphate shape of the coin makes the rim
of the obverse
somewhat fuzzy in the image. Appreciate your thoughts.