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Sequani (Celtic Gaul) - Potin “à la grosse tête”

Sequani (Celtic Gaul) - Potin “à la grosse tête”

Sequani (Celtic Gaul, Franche-Comté).
Potin “à la grosse tête”, late 2nd-1st third of 1st century B.C.
Human head highly stylized left with double headband, depressed eye and lips figured by a globule.
Very stylized quadruped squatting left.
5,50 g. LT 5368 ; Scheers, Lyon 537 ; DT 3091. Nice black patina. Nearly extremely fine

The entire set of potins “à la grosse tête” actually extends from Haute-Loire in France to the Bodensee in Switzerland and goes up the Upper Rhine Valley.

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€ 150 ,-