Northeast Gaul Belgica, Ambiani (~50 BCE)
AR Drachm, 2,87 g, 16 mm
Obverse: Blank convex surface
Reverse: Celticized horse galloping to right, horseman transformed into fibula-like figure; around, crescents, pellets, buckle and other ornaments
very fine, remnants of gilding!
Ref: DT 246.
Alexander III "the Great" (336-323 BC, Imitation?)
AR Tetradrachm, 15.07 g, 26 mm
Obverse: head of Heracles to the right, wearing lion bonnet.
Reverse: Zeus Aëtophoros enthroned to the left, holding sceptre and eagle.
Deep relief, beautiful style!
East Celts, Pannonia, 'Velemer ohne Gesichtsrand' type. (2nd century BCE)
AR Tetradrachm, 10.03 g, 23 mm
Obverse: Celticized beardless and pearl-diademed head to right.
Reverse: Celticized horseman to left, wearing crested helmet.
Ref: Lanz 751; OTA 24, 474.