CN VOC Type. Bronze semis.



Coins from the Iberian peninsula where the earliest known Celtic inscriptions (c.700-450 BC) have been found and where many ancient Celtic tribal names, Celtic personal names and Celtic place-names have been recorded.

CN VOC Type. c.695-740 AD. Bronze semis. 22mm. 7.72g. Male head facing right, [C N] VOC S T [F] before, CN behind./ Bull standing right [C]N and crescent above. Burgos 728. VF/Good VF, green patina, clear head and bull, clear VOC ST.                                               Was £50. Now only £35

Castulo was the ancient Iberian town of Hispania Terraconensis on the Baetis (Guadalquivir) river where Scipio Africanus defeated the Carthaginians in 208 BC. Modern Cazlona, near Linares, Jaen, S. Spain. William F Stevens (1933-2018) was a Celtic author. See Coin News, July 2019.


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