Hi голос! Here is the third part of my blog about roman and medieval coins.
let's start with a celtic coins
"potin au bucrane"
Rèmes, potin au bucrane; Scheers 195; DT.221; LT.8351.
you can see bear and a snake fight
on the other side you can see a head of bull
The Remi were one of the most powerful of Gaul and faithful allies of the Romans . The Remi territory extended over the present Champagne, along the Aisne.
the next one is an imitation was made in Gaul between 275-300 PCN
Tetricus I imitation (Ric 126)
A silver coin, "maille de Lille" it's smaller than a piece of one cent.
One of my favourite now, you can easily recognize the face of the king. It's Louis XIV.
This coin was made of silver and called "4 sols des traitants" made by François Warin.
LVDOVICVS XIIII D. GRA.
FRAN. ET. NAVARRÆ. REX. 1675.
workshop A (Paris)
Sometimes coin are smooth but with a good clean and a good polish (gently!) you can bring out details.
Like on this one:
Liège, Jean Théodore de Bavière [1744-1763], liard 175? Liège; Dgs.1180.
and the other face
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