Rare Celtic ‘Dancing Manikin’ Coin, 65 BC - 1 ADAccording to its weight, this odd little Celtic silver coin is a quinarius. After the charming depiction on the obverse, it is known as the “quinar with.
Calabria, Tarentum/Taras. Gold Half Stater (4.26g) struck ca. 334-332 BC. TAPANTINΩN. Head right of Hera, wearing stephane, triple-pendant earring and beaded necklace, hair falling in waves down her neck; to left, E. Reverse: TAPAΣ. Naked Taras riding dolphin left, holding a small dolphin left on his outstretched right hand, trident in left. Natural honey color toning. A magnificent example of the finest style. Superb Extremely Fine. 15,000 - 20,000. "E" is probably a signed master die.