Corieltauvi Celtic Coins for Sale

The Coritani/Corieltavi/Corieltauvi tribal capital was Ratae Corieltavorvm located in Leicester. Their territory included Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire, and part of South Yorkshire. Coinage was usually struck by two or three rulers at once. The Coritani were not a unified tribe, but a collection of like-minded people sharing the same outlook and social practices.

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Iron Age Corieltauvi Early Uninscribed 'Star Cross' North East Coast Gold Stater 025600

Rare Iron Age Corieltauvi Early Uninscribed 'Star Cross' North East Coast Gold Stater
Gold, 5.98 grams, 19.30 mm. Mid-late 1st century BC. NE5-6. Obverse: wreath, cloak and crescents with tiny pellets within the design. Reverse: disarticulated sinuous horse right, pellets and charioteer's arms above, pelletal 'sun flower' below, with star cross below the horse's neck. Reference: BM 187-191; S 28 variant; ABC 1719 variant. Good very fine, struck in deep yellow gold. Rare.
£750.00

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Iron Age Corieltauvi Early Uninscribed 'Star Cross' North East Coast Gold Stater 025600
Corieltauvi Early Uninscribed 'Sunflower Type' North East Coast Gold Stater 025029

Corieltauvi Early Uninscribed 'Sunflower Type' North East Coast Gold Stater
Gold, 5.88 grams, 18.60 mm. Mid-late 1st century BC. NE6. Obverse: wreath, cloak and crescents. Reverse: lunate Celticized horse left, two pellets above, pelletal 'sun flower' below. Reference: VA. 809; BMC 3146-47; Ev. -; M. 449a; S 390 variant; ABC 1737. Near extremely fine, struck in deep yellow gold. Rare.
£750.00

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Corieltauvi Early Uninscribed 'Sunflower Type' North East Coast Gold Stater 025029
Corieltauvi Early Uninscribed 'South Ferriby Type' Gold Stater 025190

Corieltauvi Early Uninscribed 'South Ferriby Type' Gold Stater
Gold, 5.42 grams, 18.04 mm. Mid-late 1st century BC. NE6. Obverse: crude laureate head. Reverse: disjointed horse left, star between legs, rosette below head. Reference: M. 449-50; VA. 809-815/19; BMC 3146-3179; S. 390; ABC 1743; S. 390 variant; ABC 1743. Very fine, struck in beautiful rose gold.
£650.00

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Corieltauvi Early Uninscribed 'South Ferriby Type' Gold Stater 025190
Iron Age Corieltauvi ‘Mini-Kite’ Celtic Silver Half Unit 026171

Extremely Rare Iron Age Corieltauvi ‘Mini-Kite’ Celtic Silver Half Unit
Silver, 0.48 grams, 11.60 mm. ‘Mini-kite’ silver half-unit, circa 45-10 BC. VA: South Ferriby fractional unit. Obverse: plain, with faint outline of boar, typical for type. Reverse: horse left, double upper front legs, kite above containing between one and four pellets. Two old collector’s tickets included. References: ABC 1839, VA 889, BMC 3246-48, Ev-, Al-, M-, S-. Good fine. Ex DNW 28/9/05; ex Mossop collection (part lot 168); found Old Winteringham, S. Humberside, UK, 1975.
£60.00

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Iron Age Corieltauvi ‘Mini-Kite’ Celtic Silver Half Unit 026171
Iron Age Corieltauvi ‘South Ferriby Boar’ Celtic Silver Half Unit 026174

Iron Age Corieltauvi ‘South Ferriby Boar’ Celtic Silver Half Unit
Silver, 0.50 grams, 10.87 mm. South Ferriby Boar type, 45-10 BC. Obverse: simplified boar right, single front leg, wheel above, other rings around. Reverse: horse left, double upper front legs, pelletal sun ring above, pellet behind. Old collector’s ticket included. References: similar to ABC 1836,VA -, BMC 1342, S -. Good fine. Ex Mossop Collection; ex DNW 28/9/05; found Ludford Magna, Lincolnshire, UK, 1981.
£60.00

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Iron Age Corieltauvi ‘South Ferriby Boar’ Celtic Silver Half Unit 026174
Iron Age Corieltauvi 'Boar / Horse' Unit Silver 020454

Iron Age Corieltauvi 'Boar / Horse' Silver Unit
Silver, 1.28 grams, 14.43 mm. Boar Horse type II. Circa 1st century BC. Obverse: boar right with ring of pellets above. Reverse: horse right with rosette of pellets above and pellet behind. S. 398; M. 453-54; VA. 884-77; BMC 3236-3250. Good very fine, with a dark 'as found' patination. Found Lincolnshire.
£240.00

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Iron Age Corieltauvi 'Boar / Horse' Unit Silver 020454


Celtic Coin Book References:

S = Coins of England and the United Kingdom
M = R P Mack, The Coinage of Ancient Britain
VA = R D Van Arsdell, Celtic Coinage in Britain
BMC = D Allen & R Hobbs, British Museum Catalogues
GEB = J Sills, Gaulish and Early British Gold Coinage
LT = S Gouet, M Prieur & L Schmitt, La Tour
CCI = Celtic Coin Index at Oxford University
WW = Wildwinds.com (reference & attribution site)



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