|BMC 60||Southwestern France, Monnaies Ó la croix, AR Drachm. Type attributed to the Tolosates, a branch of the Volcae Tectosages (oppidum Tolosa). Celticized head left, two dolphins before (off flan this specimen) / Cross with two grains, axe, & loop in angles, & crescent in outer part of each quadrant. Castelin 71. Dessewffy 581.
|DLT 2986||Celtic Silver Drachm 12-15mm, 1.94 gr. Tolosates (Toulouse) Type a la Tete Negroide, struck between 121 and 52 BC. SÚrie II. Negroid head left / Bulleted cross with crescent patters in each quarter, circle in one quarter, dots in the other quarters. LT 2986.||Text|
|DLT 3040||Celtic, Gaul, Tolosates. Ca. 1st century B.C. AR Drachm (2.81 g, 14 mm). Stylized head left with hair rising in a series of hooks / Cross with ring and crescent, groups of three dots within the quarters. DLT 3040.||Text|
|Monnaies II, 160||Celtic Potin Tolosates Tribe. 1.0 grams, 11mm. Letters TE / Wheel. Monnaies II 160.||Text|
|See also:||Entry for Tolosates on the Digital Historia Numorum |