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E-auction 342-256637 - MIDDLE LOIRE Potin dégénéré aux croissants

MIDDLE LOIRE Potin dégénéré aux croissants VF
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Estimate : 50 €
Price : 8 €
Maximum bid : 10 €
End of the sale : 04 November 2019 14:05:30
bidders : 3 bidders
Type : Potin dégénéré aux croissants
Date: c. 60-40 AC.
Metal : potin
Diameter : 21,5 mm
Orientation dies : 9 h.
Weight : 3,27 g.
Rarity : R1
Coments on the condition:
Usure importante mais exemplaire identifiable
Catalogue references :

Obverse


Obverse legend : ANÉPIGRAPHE.
Obverse description : Tête casquée (?), accostée de chaque côté d'un croissant.

Reverse


Reverse legend : ANÉPIGRAPHE.
Reverse description : Restes d'un quadrupède passant (à droite ?), entre deux petits croissants.

Commentary


Avec une tête confuse au droit et ce revers bien caractéristique avec les deux croissants, ce potin correspond au DT. 2628.

Historical background


LOIRE AVERAGE

(First century BC)

Gossip "so-called" degenerate the growing or growing and triskele are imitations can be copied to the gossip from the bull (LT. 5284), formerly attributed to Mandubii is now reclassified as mint "center Gaul ". This gossip is itself copied bronzes Marseille bull. The great diversity that can exist between different gossip does not make a recurring grant. A solution we could come across the Channel again. One copy of the Oxford Museum from the collection of D. Allen is supposed to come from Amboise (Indre-et-Loire) camp, Turons country. This type is deemed to originate from the Treasure of Chartres (Blanchet, ABT. Fig. 116). The award maximalist "middle Loire" is valid, but not definitive.

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