Bolscan-Osca - AR Denarius ca 150-100 BC (4,37 g) - Bearded male head right, 'BoN' in Iberian characters behind / Rider with spear on prancing horse right, 'BoLSCan' in Iberian characters below (SNG BM Spain 695-704) - a.VF
Remi - AU 1/4 Stater (2nd-1st century BC, 1.03 g) - Stylized head to right / Stylized horse prancing right, above, crescent, below, pellets (DT 182) - VF+, a most attractive example struck in extraordinarily good metal.
Southwestern France / Monnaies à la croix - AR drachm (2,45 g) - Type attributed to the Tolosates - Celticized head left, two dolphins before / Cross with two grains, axe, and loop in angles, and crescent in outer part of each quadrant (Castelin 71) - VF
Nemausus - Obol, 40 BC, 0,25 g) - Helmeted bust of Mars (?) to right / (NEM) / COL in laurel wreath (LT 2718, RPC 519) Most known pieces are often decentered from bad metal. R2 - VF, very rare, the only silver mintage of Nemausus
Suessiones - AE Potin. Head to the right - with in front and rear S mark / In center of the circle pellet - over a boar - left a ring. Under center circle 5 pellets (Scheers - Lyon - 1153) - Small hole in field - XF
Atrebates & Regni - AV Stater (ca. 75-30 BC, 5.87 g) - Plain bulge / Celticized horse right with triple tail, stylized charioteer above, seven-spoked wheel and crescent below, pellet-in-lozenge to left (Van Arsdell 216-1) - a good VF
Catuvellauni & Trinovantes - AV Stater (ca. 100-40 BC, 5.92 g) - Crude 'celticized' head of Apollo right / Celticized horse right, winged ornament and three pellets above, large pellet below (Van Arsdell 1476-1/5) - a.VF, partially weakly struck