Secaisa Horseman. Two Dolphins Type 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.
Secaisa Horseman. Two Dolphins Type. c.1st cent. BC. Bronze as. 22mm. 6.93g. Male head right, dolphin in front and behind./ Horseman right, holding spear, Iberic SECaISA legend below. VB 1560, B 2131 (text), C 1124-26. VF, smooth earthy brown patina, full name. Ex Dr Hispanicus collection. SCARCE. Was £150. Now only £85
Secaisa cited by ancient sources as Segeda, was a town of the Belli, northern Spain.
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