“Tanzendes Männlein“ type
CENTRAL EUROPE, Rhineland. Circa 65-40 BC. Quinarius (Silver, 13mm, 1.58 g 3), ’Tanzendes Männlein’ type from the east bank of the Rhine. Male figure dancing to right, his head turned back to left, holding a torque in his right hand and a snake in his left, and with a second torque hanging from his waist. Rev. Horse standing right, his head turned back to left; all within zigzag border. ABT 533. CCCBM II 525. CCCBM II 525. Flesche 408. GB 57. LT 9396. Scheers 57. SLM 1119. Clear and well struck. Slightly porous, otherwise, very fine.
From the Cologny collection.