BRITISH IRON AGE (Celtic) 

Ignoring "proto-money" the first objects that can be described as coins are the potins normally found in south-east England. These may perhaps have had more of a ritualistic signficance rather than being a medium of exchange.

BNJ References:

Some unidentified Roman prototypes of British Celtic coins, David Woods, 2013

Iron-Age and Roman Coins, J. Williams, 2003

Other References : PAS Iron Age (Celtic) coin guide   Britain's First Coins - Chris Rudd

Cantiaci
Cantiaci
Atrebates and Regni
Atrebates and Regni
Regini
Regini
Belgae
Belgae
Berkshire
Berkshire
Vectuarii
Vectuarii
Iceni
Iceni
Catuvellauni
Catuvellauni
Dobunni
Dobunni
East Wiltshire
East Wiltshire
Durotriges
Durotriges
North Thames - Eastern
North Thames - Eastern
Trinovantes
Trinovantes
Catuvellauni & Trinovantes
Catuvellauni & Trinovante...
Gallic Imports
Gallic Imports
Corieltauvi
Corieltauvi
Tasciovanus_obv
Tasciovanus_obv
Detail
Tasciovanus
Tasciovanus
Detail
 
 
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