@paw, thx for clarifying. In the first pic, the design vaguely looks like a stylized horse head facing right. In the second pic, I'm not sure if that central design element is a two-barred cross, anchor, or even a monogram.
Unfortunately nothing in numista is jumping out at me. There are many Carthaginian Staters with a horse head on them, but those are all much more finely engraved and realistic. The Celts displayed more stylized horses on some of their gold coins, but it seems generally included the whole horse. I'm kinda stumped on this one.
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