Epatticus, Silver Unit

Item Reference: C201009391 Sold Share
Atrebates and Regini. Epaticcus (c. AD 20-40). Silver Unit. Obverse: EPATI, head of Herakles facing right, wearing lion skin headdress. Reverse: Eagle standing facing on serpent, head left, wings spread;…
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Description

Atrebates and Regini.

Epaticcus (c. AD 20-40).

Silver Unit.

Obverse: EPATI, head of Herakles facing right, wearing lion skin headdress.
Reverse: Eagle standing facing on serpent, head left, wings spread; pellet-in-annulet above.

(ABC 1346; VA 580).

Good Very Fine.

1.30g.

Ex. Spink Auction 17005 (05/07/2017), lot #26;
Bt. M. Trenerry, October 2005.

Specification

Period c. 20 - 40 AD
Date c. AD 20-40
Coin Group

Ancient Britain

Denomination

Unit

Country

Atrebates and Regini

Metal

Silver

References ABC 1346; VA 580.
Weight 1.30 g

Provenance

Ex. Spink Auction 17005 (05/07/2017), lot #26;
Bt. M. Trenerry, October 2005.

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