Description Of Class
Antoninianus of Allectus, 293-296 AD Jan Coins [3]
Follis of Constantinus I, 307-337 AD  Jan Coins [3]
Siliqua of Constantius II,  337-361 AD Jan Coins [3]
Siliqua clipped, 4-5th century Jan Coins [3]
AE3, Constantine I, 307-337 AD Sjoerd Coins[7]
Cast Potin, c85-50BC, Cantii tribe Earl Coins[3]
liciniuslicinius AE3/follis of Licinius I, 308-324 Sjoerd Coins[8]
coincoin AE4 (AD 351-354) of Constantius Theo Coins [5]
carausiuscarausius Antoninianus of Carausius (AD 286/287 – 293) Theo Coins [5]
allectusallectus Quinaruis of Allectus Sjoerd Coins[8]
carausiuscarausius Copper denarius of Carausius Sjoerd Coins[8]
constantine IIconstantine II AE4 of Constantine II Sjoerd Coins[8]
diocletiandiocletian Antoninianus of Diocletian Sjoerd Coins[8]
celtic unitcelic unit Celtic silver unit of the Corieltauvi Sjoerd Coins[8]
magnusmagnus Siliqua of Magnus Maximus Sjoerd Coins[8]
quarter stater Celtic quarter stater, region Rennes, 200-150 BC Earl Coins[3]
celtcelt Iberic Celtic as, 2nd-1st century BC. Sjoerd Coins[8]
celtic unit Celtic unit,  South Ferriby type (swine and horse). appr. 40-10 BC  Earl Coins[3]
celtic unit  Celtic unit of the Corieltauvi, 50 BC - 1 AD   Earl Coins[3]
potin Celtic  potin, 80-50 BC, SÉQUANES (Region Besançon) France  Earl Coins[3]
celtic7-1748celtic Celtic unit, uniface type of the Corieltauvi Theo Coins[4]
septimusseptimus Denarius of Septimius Severus (193-211) Theo Coins[4]