cf Van Arsdell 228, cf BM 520-527
OBVERSE: Abstract head right dominated by crescents as eyebrows and
pellets as eyes with a corkscrew mouth and lacking a nose. The wreath is
represented by elongated pellets and the beard by one or more parallel lines.
The bear claws are absent or more likely off the flan.
REVERSE: Horse right, with 3 tails ending in pellets. A large serrated
'hub' is surrounded by a beaded circle above head. An indistinct device
is above the tail, perhaps a combinations of a branch and a ringed pellet.
The daisy that is usually above the horse in this series is missing.
Rose gold, quarter stater, 1.10 gm, 9mm, gVF
This coin was found in 1995 near Eastbourne, E. Sussex (CCI 96-1654, no others
known at the time)