Bronze Barbarous Radiate
When the Gallic Empire ended in AD 274, so did Britain’s supply of small change. So, over the next decade, British moneyers made their own small bronze coins – millions of them, says Dr Sam Moorhead – known today as ‘radiates’ from their radiate sun-crowns.
Bronze barbarous Radiate. 3rd/4th century AD. 12mm. 0.90g. Imitating Gallic usurper Tetricus I, AD 271-274. Radiate bust left, inscription around./ Figure standing, inscription around. VF, clear head and inscription. Found Northants. Was £30. Now only £20
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