Unpublished, not in VA or BM

OBVERSE: Helmeted head left with large ear, torc on neck and zig zag decoration in front

REVERSE: Horse left with crescent armed star or daisy above, pellet in circle below and in front of horse.

An extremely rare unpublished piece with only two others known, but from different dies, both from West Sussex. The helmeted head probably develops from coins of Lower Normandy, which bear the head of Pallas Athena. The style of the reverse is basically Atrebatic, and given the two findspots that's not an unlikely attribution. But they are probably quite early, perhaps struck soon after the Gallic War.

AR unit, 1.05 gm, 12 mm (CCI: 97-0047)