Obverse: Durotrigan wreath pattern with upward facing leaves.
Reverse: Triple-tailed disjointed Celtic horse left, eleven pellets above, bean behind and large pellet below.
History: Bradbury Rings type. The Durotriges , ‘dwellers by the water’ or ‘water-rat kings’, were a close-knit Celtic tribal confederacy of sea-faring peoples located in the south-west of Britain prior to the Roman invasion. The tribe lived in modern Dorset, south Wiltshire and south Somerset. They controlled two major harbours, Poole and Christchurch, and traded with Armorica.
Date: 58-45 BC