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E-auction 240-163246 - MIDDLE LOIRE Potin dégénéré aux croissants, tête à droite

MIDDLE LOIRE Potin dégénéré aux croissants, tête à droite VF
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Type : Potin dégénéré aux croissants, tête à droite
Date: c. 60-40 AC.
Metal : potin
Diameter : 19,9 mm
Weight : 4,53 g.
Rarity : R2
Coments on the condition:
Droit et revers un peu mous mais homogènes, avec une belle patine grise et une légère oxydation sur la tête au droit
Catalogue references :
Predigree :
Ce potin provient de la collection Hugues PATAT


Obverse legend : ANÉPIGRAPHE.
Obverse description : Petite tête stylisée à droite (?).


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


Ce potin semble pouvoir être interprété comme ayant une tête à droite, surtout en comparant avec la monnaie bga_154301. Aucun potin de la série 547 du Nouvel Atlas ne correspond exactement à notre monnaie.

Historical background


(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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