Obverse: Rooted tree symbolising the Celtic 'Tree of Life' with bar either side, bent line representing a stream and crescent and heart below.
Reverse: The reverse of this coin can be interpreted in a number of ways. As shown it depicts a stylised boar but turned the other way it could be two men in a boat.
History: This quarter stater was issued by the Morini tribe who were from the Belgic Gaul region of ancient Europe.
Date: Circa 65-60BC