Plough and Corn Ear. Urcailtu and Neseltuko bronze as
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.
Plough and Corn Ear. Urcailtu and Neseltuko. Round E Type. Obulco. c.mid 2nd cent. BC. Bronze as. 23-27mm. 14.99g. Head right./ Iberic URCAILTU NESELTUKO, plough above, corn ear below. VB 2197, Burgos 1791 var., Calico 902 var. Very Fine, crazy crude head, strong legend, clear corn ear. Ex Dr Hispanicus collection. EXTREMELY RARE Was £125. Now only £85
Only 12 recorded by Villaronga & Benages (2011). Obulco was at Porcuna, Jaen, N Spain.
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