Ancient Coinage of Britain, Catuvellauni, Cunobelin

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BMC 1787Cunobelin AV Stater, Wild type, 5.43 gr, 17.72 mm. Camulodunum. 10-40 AD. CA-MV, to left and right of upright ear of grain / CVN, beneath Romanized horse prancing right, circle to right of horse's head / BMC 1787-1792; Ev IX 10; Mack 211 var (field mark); Van Arsdell 1931-1 var (field mark).TextImage
Hobbs 1830Celtic Britain, Catuvellauni, Cunobelin AV Stater. Classic Type A, ca. AD 20–43. CA—MV flanking grain ear with volutes at bottom / CVNO, Romanized horse leaping right, branch above. Cf. Van Arsdell 2025 & 2027 (without volutes). Text Image
Seaby 316Britain, Catuvellauni & Trinovantes. Cunobelin. ca. 20-43 AD. AR 12.51mm, 1.21 gr, De Jersey type D7. CVNOBELINVS, female head right / TASCIO, Victory standing right. CCI 09.3040; BMC 1883; Seaby 316.TextImage
Seaby 354Celtic Britain, Catuvellauni. AR unit. Early 1st century AD. 1.00 gr. AGR within wreath / female dog right, AGR below. S. 354; V. -; BMC 1899.TextImage
VA 1913CELTIC, Britain. Trinovantes & Catuvellauni. Cunobelin. Circa AD 10-43. AV Quarter Stater (1.40 g, 10h). Biga type. Camulodunum mint. First issue. CAMVL (ligate) on central panel; dot in circle to left and right, open wreath extending above and below / Two horses galloping left; leaf above, cross-in-circle and CVNO below. Van Arsdell 1913-1; SCBC 290.TextImage
VA 1925Catuvellauni, Cunobelin (early 1st century AD), Stater, 5.36g, linear type, c.AD 10-20. CA-MV either side of corn-ear / CVN, celticised horse right, branch above, dot above and below branch, horse’s mane composed of lines. VA 1925-1; BMC 1772-6; S 281.TextImage
VA 1925-5Britain, Celtic. Trinovantes & Catuvellauni. Cunobelin. Circa AD 10-43. AV Stater (18mm, 5.46 g, 3h). Linear type. Struck circa 10-20 BC. Grain ear dividing CA MV; X to lower left / Celticized horse right; above, branch between two pellets; CVN below. Van Arsdell 1925-5; SCBC 281.TextImage
VA 1931Cunobelin AV Stater, wild type. 5.49 grams, 19.18 mm. Camulodunum. 10-43 AD. CA-MV, to left and right of upright ear of grain / CVNO, beneath Romanized horse prancing right, dot in circle below. BMC 1784-1786; Mack 211; Van Arsdell 1931-1.TextImage
VA 1931-7Britain. Trinovantes & Catuvellauni. Cunobelin. Circa AD 10-43. AV Stater (17mm, 5.49 g, 1h). Wild type. Camulodunum mint. CA-MV to left and right of grain ear, dot above A and M / Horse prancing right; branch above, CVNO below, dot in circle before. Van Arsdell 1931-7; BMC 1801-1803; SCBC 285.TextImage
VA 1935CELTIC, Britain. Trinovantes & Catuvellauni. Cunobelin. Circa AD 10-43. AV 1/4 Stater (1.31 g, 2h). Wild type. Struck circa AD 10-20. Grain ear; CA-MV flanking / Celticized horse right; branch above. Van Arsdell 1935-1; SCBC 293.TextImage
VA 1949Catuvellauni & Trinovantes. Cunobelin. Circa 10-41 AD. AR Unit (1.23 gm). Hunting Dog Type. CVN in rectangular box, beaded border / Celtic dog left, S-shaped tail raised, beaded ring above, beaded border. Hobbs 1858-61; Van Arsdell 1949; SCBC 301. (animal described as a horse in error).TextImage
VA 1963-1Trinovantes & Catuvellauni. Cunobelin. Circa AD 10-43. AE Unit (1.73 g). Struck ca AD 10-15. Male head facing / Boar left; CVN below; all within double-pelleted linear border. Van Arsdell 1963-1; SCBC 326.TextImage
VA 1965-1Trinovantes & Catuvellauni. Cunobelin. Circa AD 10-43. AE Unit (2.01 g). Struck ca AD 10-15. Coiled serpent with ram’s head within bezeled border / Horse springing left, head right; dot and ram’s head above, ringed pellet to right, CAMVL monogram below; all within dotted border. Van Arsdell 1965-1; SCBC 327. CCI 020481.TextImage
VA 1971-1Britain, Cunobelin, AE14, ca. 10-43 AD. 1.86g. CVNOB-ELINI on two panels / TASC, Victory seated left, holding wreath. VA 1971-1; Seaby 324; BMC 1921.TextImage
VA 2015Catuvellauni & Trinovantes. Cunobelin. Circa 10-41 AD. AV Quarter Stater (1.38 gm). Plastic Type. Ear of corn without central stalk, CA to left, [MV] to right / ‘Plastic’-style Celtic horse galloping right, branch above, [CVN] below. Hobbs 1846-48; Van Arsdell 2015; SCBC 294.TextImage
VA 2017Catuvellauni & Trinovantes. Cunobelin. Circa 10-41 AD. AV Quarter Stater (1.31 gm). "Cam Cvn" Type. CAM-CVN to left and right of ear of corn / Celtic horse prancing right, branch above, CVN below. Hobbs 1845; Van Arsdell 2017; SCBC 295.TextImage
VA 2025Celtic Britain, Cunobelin AV Stater. Ca. 20–43 AD. CA—MV, grain ear / CVNO, Romanized horse leaping right, branch above. Hobbs 1828, VA 2025-1. Text Image
VA 2025-1Cunobelin Classic type A AV Stater. 5.47 g, 19.05 mm. Camulodunum. 10-43 AD. CA-MV, to left and right of upright ear of grain, one dot to left and right / CVNO, beneath Romanized horse prancing right. BMC 1827-1831; Mack 206-207; Van Arsdell 2025-1 and 2027-1.TextImage
VA 2027Cunobelin. ca. 20-43 AD. Gold stater (5.36 gm). [C]A—M[V] flanking grain ear with central stalk / CVNO, bridled, Romanized styled horse leaping right, trailing lead line, branch above. Hobbs 1827-1831. Van Arsdell 2027-1.TextImage
VA 2027-1Celtic, Britain. Trinovantes & Catuvellauni. Cunobelin. Circa AD 10-43. AV Stater, 5.40 g. Classic type, ca AD 20-43. CA-MV flanking grain ear / CVNO beneath Romanized horse right; branch above. Van Arsdell 2027-1; SCBC 288.TextImage
VA 2029CELTIC, Britain. Trinovantes & Catuvellauni. Cunobelin. Circa AD 10-43. AV Stater (5.45 g, 2h). CA-MV across field, grain ear / CVNO, horse prancing left; branch above. Van Arsdell 2029-1; Hobbs 1834-5; SCBC 289. CCI 961333 (this coin).TextImage
VA 2057Catuvellauni & Trinovantes. Cunobelin. Circa 10-41 AD. AR Unit (1.26 gm). Sphinx Type. Draped bust right, CVNO in front / Winged sphinx seated left on exergual line, TASCIO in front. Hobbs 1874-78; Van Arsdell 2057; SCBC 313.TextImage
VA 2063Catuvellauni & Trinovantes. Cunobelin. Circa 10-41 AD. AR Unit (1.16 gm). Hunters Type. Herakles standing right, club in right hand, lion-skin on shoulders?, CVNOBELINVS around / Diana standing left, dog at side, bow in left hand, [TASCIIO]VANTI[S] around. Hobbs 1886-88; Van Arsdell 2063; SCBC 317.TextImage
VA 2089Catuvellauni & Trinovantes. Cunobelin. Circa 10-41 AD. AE Unit (2.25 gm). Centaur Type. Laureate male head left, CVNOB[ELI]NI around, beaded border / Man-horse stepping right, blowing horn, TAS [CI]OVA[NIF] around. Hobbs 1968-71; Van Arsdell 2089; SCBC 336.TextImage
VA 2091Catuvellauni & Trinovantes. Cunobelin. Circa 10-41 AD. AE Unit (2.38 gm). Sow Type. Helmeted Roman-style head right, CVNO BELINVS around, beaded border / Sow standing right, TASCIIOVANIIF around. Hobbs 1956-60; Van Arsdell 2091; SCBC 337.TextImage
VA 2095-1Trinovantes & Catuvellauni. Cunobelin. Circa AD 10-43. AE Unit (2.16 g). Struck ca AD 20-43. Male bust right; CVNOBE-LINVS REX around; all within dotted border / Bull butting right; TASC in exergue; all within dotted border. Van Arsdell 2095-1; SCBC 340. CCI 962641 (this coin).TextImage
VA 2097Celtic Britain, Cunobelin, Catuvellauni & Trinovantes, AE Unit, ca. 10-41 AD. 16 mm, 2.33 gr. Winged head left, CVNO in front, BELIN behind / Metal worker seated right, hammering vase, TASCIO behind, beaded border. Hobbs 1972-83; Van Arsdell 2097; SCBC 342.TextImage
Wendling 6061Cunobelin AV Stater. 5.43 grams, 19.23 mm. Camulodunum. 10-43 AD. CA-MV, to left and right of upright ear of grain / CVNO, beneath Romanized horse prancing right; branch above, dot in circle beneath horse. Wendling 6061; BMC 1818-1823; Van Arsdell 2010-2013; Spink 286 var (field mark).TextImage
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