Reproduction Iceni Norfolk Wolf Gold Stater
Obverse: Icenian wreath motif (remains of Apollo head) with upward facing leaves.
Reverse: Celtic wolf standing right, with an angular tap-shaped nose and two long fangs in its gaping jaw, pellets and small crescent above, large pellet and crescent between legs.
History: Minted by the Iceni, 'horse people' tribe. The fact that the Norfolk Wolf is the only early uninscribed gold stater that does not depict a horse on the reverse shows that the wolf was significantly important to the Iceni.
Date: Circa 60-54AD