Reproduction Corieltauvi Gold Stater
Obverse: Devolved head of Apollo.
Reverse: Disjointed horse standing left, rosette or star below, anchor shape and pellets above.
History: The Corieltauvi were a large tribe whose territory occupied Lincolnshire and extending into Northamptonshire, Leicestershire and Nottinghamshire. Their capital was at Leicester (Ratae, ‘ramparts’). This early South Ferriby stater is developed from Gallo-Belgic C staters.
Date: 55-45 BC
Tags: Corieltauvi, Gold, Stater, Apollo, Horse, South Ferriby, Gallo-Belgic, Celtic, Reproduction, Replica, Coin