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Celtic Coin? Help please

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Jose C:
This is my last greek coin. The horseman in reverse looks like a child's drawing. I can't even see the upside of the head? on obverse.

Weight: 3.7g
Size: 18mm.

Thanks in advance.

peterpil19:
This looks celtic to me.  However I am not familiar with celtic coinage.

Try searching "celtic ae horse" on acsearch.

Example (similar to yours): https://www.acsearch.info/search.html?id=2519017

Peter

Jose C:

--- Quote from: peterpil19 on November 06, 2017, 06:13:48 am ---This looks celtic to me.  However I am not familiar with celtic coinage.

Try searching "celtic ae horse" on acsearch.

Example (similar to yours): https://www.acsearch.info/search.html?id=2519017

Peter

--- End quote ---

Thank you Peter.

I looked at every page about Celtic coinage on Wildwinds. I searched a thousand different ways in Ac search, i googled it...

No match... :(

Anyone have more clues?  ???

Thank you.

peterpil19:
Hi Jose,

I see imitative coins listed often without an exact reference. You might not find one.

Suggest you repost this on the Board "Celtic, Barbaric & Tribal Imitative Coins".  Someone that specialises in these kinds of coins may comment.

Peter

Jose C:


I had a thread about this coin in identification help. Peterpill advised me to post it on this board. Anyone knows what it is?

I searched all celtic pages of WW and used all the combinations of words i could relate on Acsearch. No match...

Weight: 2,46g
Size: 18mm.

Thanks in advance

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