A SUPERB “GALLO-BELGIC” GOLD UNIFACE STATER. (60-50 B.C.) With an exceptionally fine style & strike. Gallic War Issue. Military payment currency for the tribesmen who fought the Roman Army of Julius Caesar in France c,55 B.C. (S.11)

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A SUPERB “GALLO-BELGIC” GOLD UNIFACE STATER. (60-50 B.C.) 
With an exceptionally fine style & strike. Gallic War Issue. Military payment currency for the tribesmen who fought the Roman Army of Julius Caesar in France c,55 B.C.  (S.11) A SUPERB “GALLO-BELGIC” GOLD UNIFACE STATER. (60-50 B.C.) 
With an exceptionally fine style & strike. Gallic War Issue. Military payment currency for the tribesmen who fought the Roman Army of Julius Caesar in France c,55 B.C.  (S.11)



A SUPERB
”GALLO-BELGIC”
GOLD UNIFACE STATER
(60-50 B.C.)



A SUPERB “GALLO-BELGIC” GOLD UNIFACE STATER. (60-50 B.C.) 
With an exceptionally fine style & strike. Gallic War Issue. Military payment currency for the tribesmen who fought the Roman Army of Julius Caesar in France c,55 B.C.  (S.11) A coin with a particularly good & central strike and of an exceptionally fine style which includes an usual degree of fine artistic detail in the exurge.
(Gallic War Issue)
(S.11)

This issue was produced as military payment currency for supply to the Gallo-Belgic tribesmen who were engaged in the fighting with the army of Julius Caesar in France prior to the Roman invasion of Britain of 55 B.C.
From an old English collection.

Extremely Fine - About As Struck

£1550

A SUPERB “GALLO-BELGIC” GOLD UNIFACE STATER. (60-50 B.C.) 
With an exceptionally fine style & strike. Gallic War Issue. Military payment currency for the tribesmen who fought the Roman Army of Julius Caesar in France c,55 B.C.  (S.11)

A SUPERB “GALLO-BELGIC” GOLD UNIFACE STATER. (60-50 B.C.) With an exceptionally fine style & strike. Gallic War Issue. Military payment currency for the tribesmen who fought the Roman Army of Julius Caesar in France c,55 B.C. (S.11)
£1550

A SUPERB “GALLO-BELGIC” GOLD UNIFACE STATER. (60-50 B.C.) With an exceptionally fine style & strike. Gallic War Issue. Military payment currency for the tribesmen who fought the Roman Army of Julius Caesar in France c,55 B.C. (S.11)