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Estimate: 1'200 GBP   |   Starting price: 1'000 GBP Online bidding closed
Gisleham Glory. Talbot dies A/3.c.40-20 BC. Gold quarter stater. 10-13mm. 0.94g. Cruciform design with ringed-pellet at each end and four-spoked wheel in centre, teardrop motif with crossbar at top and pellets in angles, beaded border./ Globular horse right, beaded mane, pellet under tail, beaded ring above, ringed-pellet below. ABC 1492, VA−, BMC−, S−. VF/Good VF, rose gold, full horse. EXTREMELY RARE only 13 others recorded, EXCESSIVELY RARE die pair, only two others.                 
For details of the hidden sources of the 16 hidden faces of the Gisleham Glory (Talbot’s Saham Toney Quarter Stater) see Chris Rudd List 156, p.1. The superb specimen in our 14 January sale fetched £4000, a world record price for the type. The one above was struck from a different reverse die, the horse’s mane is beaded, not dashed. See Made for Trade, p.51-55, and images on p.207.

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