The Cunobelin silver is very nice, and a rare type at that. Seated figure facing left. The only standard reference for the type is no. 308 in Spink’s Coins of England, it’s not in Van Arsdell or the BM catalogue. You can see the amphora which the seated figure is holding quite clearly, but the CVNOBE doesn’t show up too well on either. I don’t have the exact figures here for rarity, but I don’t think there are more than a dozen of these recorded at most. Date is perhaps somewhere in the middle of Cunobelin’s reign, say perhaps c. 20-25 AD.
Thanks again for all these,
Diameter: 13.97 mm