Quarter-Stater, small four-petalled flower motif in plain field, rev. stylised trophy, zig-zags, pellets, annulets and other ornaments around, 1.39g (ABC 2246; BMC 436; VA 146; S –). Some flatness, about very fine, extremely rare; around a dozen specimens known. While the reverse owes much to the Kentish Trophy type, coins with this simple floral obverse mostly have Essex and Suffolk provenances, suggesting that they were struck north of the river Thames. Images courtesy of DNW.