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E-auction 371-283440 - GALLIA - BELGICA - PARIS AREA PC 04.06 - Potin dit “à l'Y”, stylisé

GALLIA - BELGICA - PARIS AREA PC 04.06 - Potin dit “à l Y”, stylisé VF
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Estimate : 150 €
Price : 10 €
Maximum bid : 15 €
End of the sale : 25 May 2020 14:26:30
bidders : 5 bidders
Type : PC 04.06 - Potin dit “à l'Y”, stylisé
Date: Ier siècle avant J.-C.
Metal : potin
Diameter : 18 mm
Weight : 2,89 g.
Rarity : R3
Coments on the condition:
Monnaie présentant des manques et des concrétions mais restant identifiable
Catalogue references :


Obverse legend : ANÉPIGRAPHE.
Obverse description : Sorte d'Y retourné, globulé aux extrémités avec deux formes renflées de chaque côté pour les restes d’une tête janiforme ou casquée.


Reverse legend : ANÉPIGRAPHE.
Reverse description : Un axe vertical renflé au centre, avec un globule à chaque extrémité ; un arc de cercle pointé de part et d'autre.


Une des premières apparitions de ce potin semble être le n° 383 de la collection A. Trampitsch, 13-15 novembre 1986. Ce potin y était attribué aux Suessions ou aux Bellovaques. Lors de la parution du Nouvel Atlas, les auteurs l'ont pourtant considéré comme une monnaie "originale" ou inédite, en précisant que "plusieurs provenances ont été signalées au nord de la vallée de la Seine, entre les confluents de l'Aube et de la Marne". Il constitue la variété 2 du “potin à l’Y”. H. Patat le classe quant à lui aux Parisii.

Historical background


(First century BC)

Under the name Paris region met all mints, usually bronze or pewter, which can not be attributed to Parisii, although sometimes some of their copies were found in Paris in the Seine. These "peripheral" mints are often found locally or located in geographic areas of the current Parisian Region. Must be recalled that the Parisii were emancipated from the late senone guardianship, even if this picture is sometimes questioned today? These mints pagi should have a restricted circulation and are often still rare. Again, only an accurate map of the distribution of the findings will better understand and better situate these coinages that are poorly understood because the various stakeholders do not want to bother them know.

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