CELTIC, Central Europe. Boii. Late 2nd-early 1st century BC. 1/8 Stater (Gold, 9 mm, 0.90 g), Athena-Alkis-series, 'Neubau' type. Irregular bulge with five edges and radiating lines around; in one corner, T (or hammer?). Rev. Athena (or warrior?) standing left, raising her left arm and placing her right hand on hip; in fields around, dots of various sizes; all within wreath of radiating lines. Dembski 501. Flesche -. LT -. Militky 15 (same reverse die). Paulsen 135. SLM -. Rare. Boldly struck and from a very early die state, a most attractive piece and undoubtedly among the finest known examples. Very light marks on the obverse, otherwise, good extremely fine.
From an important collection of Central European Celtic coins.