The study of Celtic coin production in the Amber Road corridor is one of the most important tasks addressed by archaeology and numismatics. At least six La Tène C central sites are known nowadays in the Danube zone of Lower Austria which yielded thousands upon thousands of such coins. Unfortunately, only a small fraction has been published so far. The settlement of Haselbach has been investigated for five years now. A collection of over 400 coins is available from this site to date, deriving (in a small proportion) from excavation and from a metal detector survey, both official and private. The coin assemblage from Haselbach adds significantly to our knowledge of the 3rd and 2nd century BC coinage.