Taynton Metal Detecting Club

 

Celtic Coins

Dobunni Silver Unit ‘Cotswold Eagle type’
10 BC to AD 10
Obverse: Abstract Three Tailed Horse with flower below.
Reverse: Head believed to represent Corio.
Weight: 0.75 gms Diameter: 13mm

Dymock.

Dobunni Silver Unit, Variety VA 1042.
c. 40 BC
Celtic Coin Index entry 08.9340 (not yet on database)

Coberley.

Potin depicting two confronting animals.
60 BC to 50 BC.
Suessiones tribe of Northern Gaul

Newent.

Dobunni gold plated Stater.
50 BC to 50 AD
Tribal leader CORIO. Uniquely has only 4 spokes in wheel.

Tiberton.

Entry in Celtic Coin Index

Dobunni bronze Stater (originally gold plated).
20 AD to 43 AD.
Tribal leader EISV or EISVRIG.

Rudford.

Entry in Celtic Coin Index

Silver Stater.
Corio, either a Type A (35 - 30BC) or Type B (30 - 15BC)
 

Coberley.

Potin.
Early to mid 1st Century BC.

Huntley.

Gold Stater

Dymock

Silver Stater

Found by club member at Wantage Rally.

Dobunni gold Stater
20 AD to 43 AD.
Tribal leader EISVG.

Dymock.


 

Silver Sceat - AD 710-735  
Hartpury - LesH