Reproduction Celtic Coins
Celtic coinage refers to the coins minted by the Celts from the late 4th century BC to the late 1st century BC.
Celtic coinage was influenced by trade with and the supply of mercenaries to the Greeks, and initially copied Greek designs, especially Macedonian coins from the time of Philip II of Macedon and his son, Alexander the Great. Thus Greek motifs and even letters can be found on various Celtic coins.
Our reproduction and replica Celtic coins include Gold and Silver Staters and Silver Units.
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Obverse: Head of Apollo left with elaborate hairstyle in a Celtic design derived from the Apollo pro..
Obverse: Disintegrated head of Apollo.
Reverse: Disjointed horse facing right, seven pellets abo..
Obverse: This bowl shaped stater has a plain obverse.
Reverse: M-shaped Celtic horse right stan..
Obverse: Celtic designed head facing right, with anchor shaped nose.
Reverse: Horse galloping ri..
Obverse: Bare head bust of Vercingetorix with wavy hair, facing left. Text below: VERCI-NGETORIXS.
Obverse: Rooted tree symbolising the Celtic 'Tree of Life' with bar either side, bent line represent..
Obverse: Durotrigan wreath pattern with upward facing leaves.
Reverse: Triple-tailed disjointed..
Obverse: Wreath pattern with upward facing leaves, representing a laureate head.
This coin is a Whaddon Chase Type.
Obverse: Devolved head of Apollo right. Two 'wings' above the..
Obverse: Wreath motif with outward-facing leaves, three parallel cabled lines and hidden smiling fac..
Obverse: Devolved head of Apollo.
Reverse: Disjointed horse standing left, rosette or star belo..
Obverse: This bowl shaped quarter stater has a plain obverse.
Reverse: Horse galloping left wit..
Obverse: TASCI in panel at centre of a plain vertical wreath.
Reverse: Stag, left, looking back ..
Obverse: Beardless head facing left with ringed-pellet eye and two-pin mouth, hair of four curved lo..
Obverse: Helmeted head, left. Text before SANTONOS (ANT as interlinked monogram).
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