Danubian Celts, Æ 4-pack, 3rd-2nd Cent. BC
Derived from the coins of the Macedonian Kingdom of Philip II
Æ Tetradrachms; each at ca. 24mm/9.0gm (+ or -)
Con/ Non-cleaned with green patinas; after cleaning? Very Fine/Extremely Fine for the type if you have the skills
Obv/ Devolved head of Zeus r., with prominent raised round (ball) cheek.
Rev/ Celtic Free Horse prancing left
Seller's Note/ Think outside your Roman coins box. This is an excellent opportunity for you to get down and dirty with 2,300 plus year-old coins. All of these coins are covered with soft dirt and should be easy to clean if you know your stuff. My x-ray vision suggests that the all of these issues will be turn out sweet! For cleaning, DW soaks, hand-held tools, etc.. You know the drill. Be careful and go slow.
FYI - Such ancient issues were stuck in Sirmia, a fertile region of the Pannonian Plain in Europe, between the Danube and Sava rivers. Today, it is divided between Serbia in the east and Croatia in the west.