|BN 7068||Gaul: The Carnutes. c. 40 BC. Bronze -16mm (2.44 gm). Bust of female wearing diadem. / eagle beneath a hand holding berry branch. ||Text||Obv-Rev|
|DLT 5986||Gaul, The Carnutes (Poitou) AR Drachm. After ca 150 BC. Laureate, beardless head right, Celticized, with laurel leaves in “Kashmiri” style / Two horses running right, one above the other, pair of leaves above, Celticized eye below. BMC S161.
|DLT 6088||Celtic Gaul, Carnutes AE15. Region of Chartres, type "Aux oiseaux et au serpent" (with birds and snake). Before 52 BC. Head right / large and small eagles, pentagram to left, bouleted cross between, serpent above. ||Text||Obv-Rev|
|DLT 6188|| Celtic Potin Carnutes Tribe. Head right / Wolf left. ||Text||Image|
|DLT 6337||Celtic, Gaul. Carnutes. Katal. Circa 1st Century BC. AE 15mm. Head right; K before / Winged lion walking right.
|DLT 6377||Carnutes, 80-50 BC. Head left / Wolf walking left. Celtic legend INIA above. ||Text||Image|
|Scheers_766||Gaul, Carnutes AE 16mm. ca 80-40 BC. Celticized head of Apollo right / TAIIOC (retrograde) in ex, roaring lion walking left, bird perched left on back, pellet in ring before, another under belly. Danicourt 175. ||Text||Image|
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