South Ferriby. Stork Head Right. Silver unit.


The Corieltauvi ‘army of the broad land’ were a large north-eastern tribe between the rivers Trent, Nene and Humber, focused primarily on Lincolnshire and extending into Northamptonshire, Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire and Yorkshire. Centres at Old Sleaford (mint-site), Dragonby, Lincoln (Lindo, ‘lake river’) and Leicester (Ratae, ‘ramparts’).


South Ferriby Stork Head Right. Rich Type 28a. c.55-45 BC. Silver unit. 12-14mm. 1.19g. Plain. / Horse right, belted neck and belly, pellet rosette above, pellet below tail. ABC 1806, VA 884-1, BMC 3228-3229, S–. Gd VF, bright silver, bold horse.                            Was £185. Now only £130

Boar Horse by Matthew Rich is a comprehensive catalogue of uninscribed silver coin types and sub-types of the coins of the Corieltauvi c.60 BC-AD 10. Enlarged coin drawings, detailed descriptions and over 250 illustrations. Available from Chris Rudd only (£15 + p&p).


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