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Estimate: 1'200 GBP   |   Starting price: 1'000 GBP Online bidding closed
Cheriton Wheel. Sills Hampshire British Q, dies 2/8. c.55-45 BC. Gold stater. 15mm. 5.58g. Wreath pattern, chevron cloak lines, snake-head above, ringed-pellets around./ Horse right, charioteer’s arms above, ‘coffee bean’ and pellet in front, wheel below. ABC 758, VA-, BMC 446, DK 213, S-. CCI 09.4692 (this coin). Good VF, as struck, chunky rose gold flan. Ex John Follows collection. VERY RARE only 16 others recorded, including one in the British Museum.

“The Cheriton Wheel issue is the only southern region type showing clear influence from Gallo-Belgic F staters, Scheers series 26,” says Dr John Sills (DK, p.189). The chevron cloak-lines, for example. It’s twelve years since we’ve sold a Cheriton Wheel stater, named after the Cheriton, Hampshire hoard, c.1982-96. This is the only one we’ve had which clearly shows the characteristic chevron cloak-lines. Published in Divided Kingdoms, p.248 (this coin).

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