Silver Celt Coin To Identify

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  1. kokotko

    kokotko New Member

    Can anyone help me with this one ?

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  3. Roerbakmix

    Roerbakmix Well-Known Member

    Weight and diameter?
  4. Bing

    Bing Illegitimi non carborundum Supporter

    First, can you take a better photo of the coin, one that can be enlarged? And second, can you provide weight and measurement? This info may help.

    I just looked through hundreds of images of Celtic coins and I could find no match to your coin. The closest I came were coins from Celtic Gaul and more specifically from the Suessiones who seemed to like using pellets more than others. Now this is purely guess work on my part. I'm not a Celtic coin aficionado and only own a few Celtic coins, so take what I say with a grain of salt, eh?
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  5. kokotko

    kokotko New Member

  6. oldfinecollector

    oldfinecollector Well-Known Member

    I got access to a Celtic coin database but very difficult and me too I own some Celtic coins but it is a very difficult matter. Me too I couldn’t find match it could be a Gauloise one or a German one. As there are a lot of hybrid one coin can have a obverse from a tribe and reverse from other tribe . With better photos and all information I can ask on one ancient coin forum where you got expert in Celtic coins.
  7. oldfinecollector

    oldfinecollector Well-Known Member

    Ok and what is the diameter ? It should be around 8 mmm to 10 mm ?
  8. Heavymetal

    Heavymetal Well-Known Member

    AC8CE025-94FA-4920-8667-2923423A920A.jpeg I think what @Bing was asking for is ‘Full Image’ option when you post the pictures. It will be imbedded into the thread, full screen and can be enlarged.
    And this is the high tech picture setup I use with my iPhone 5s
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  9. oldfinecollector

    oldfinecollector Well-Known Member

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