Well-preserved coin with reverse crescent moons and stars design. Celtic Iceni Tribe, England, 40-50 BC. Advertisements
This is a Celtic Gold Slater of Cunobelin, Roman classical historian Suetonius calls him King of the Britons and he is immortalised in the William Shakespeare play Cymbeline. He was ruler of the Catuvellauni tribe from the late first century B.C. until the late 40s AD.
This is an Emperor Augustus. Gold Aureus (7.7 g), 27 BC-AD 14. Lugdunum, 2 BC-AD 12. It reads CAESAR AVGVSTVS DIVI F PATER PATRIAE around the coin, and shows the head of Augustus right.
A crown coin used in Tudor England from 1509 until 1533 during Henry VIDEo’s marriage to Katherine of Aragon the K opposite the H for Henry stands for Katherine.
This gold coin is the first Coinage of King Henry VIII of England used between 1509 and 1526, known as the Gold Angel it displays the mint mark on the OBV side showing a castle with pellet left and on the Rev side it shows castle with satire right.