Some coins (mostly earlier issues) are uninscribed.However, as time passes, more inscribed coins are struck.We learn the names of a number of rulers and of three places where coins were minted (Camulodunum, Verulamium and Calleva).
In the near future improvements will be made to the guide and to many of the entries on the Database.
From January 2010 the Celtic Coin Index has transferred responsibility for recording new finds of Iron Age coins in England and Wales to the Portable Antiquities Scheme.
), which has been based at Oxford University since 1961.
This provides an unparalleled resource for the study of Iron Age or Celtic coinage.
The guide gives you access to over 41,000 examples of Iron Age coins with around 40,000 images of various resolutions.It should be noted that some of these coins lack a provenance.As the began in the 1960s, there is a degree of variance in the usefulness of the images contained within our database.Since 1998, images are much improved and can be downloaded for non-commercial use freely.This guide makes it easier for one to learn about coins issued and circulated during the Iron Age in England and Wales.Iron Age coins are organised by geographical region (usually with an indication of their tribal attribution).