Norfolk Wolf Left Type
Talbot lists 463 coins in “Made for Trade”
Although the type is common, some reverse dies are rare.
It is uncommon to find a coin that shows both ends of the wolf. In particular, coins with the wolf's jaws seem to be particularly rare.
It is uncommon to see the exergue on the reverse.
NOTE that the weights below are just for the coins I have listed in the catalogue section. The ranges for the whole type may be larger
Wreath, cloak and cresents
Wolf left, jaws open, bird on back and pellets above, pellet and [crescent/pellet triad/various pellets] below. As with all Celtic coinage, the reverses follow a general theme, but the details can vary significantly
4.29g to 5.75g
60 BC to 20 BC
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5.17g. Base gold
This stater offers a rare glimpse of Apollo's face as it appears on these staters. This part of the image is normally off flan.
4.94g. Base gold
4.29g. Base gold and very light for issue
There are only three coins knownwith this reverse die. Note the double S below the wolf, and the torc exergue, both reminicant of .