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Lot 1965       Greek Silver & Bronze

Estimate $200
SOLD $260

CELTIC, Danubian Celts Dacia, Noricum, (2nd century B.C.), silver tetradrachm of didrachm weight (7.82 grams), obv. crude celticized head of Philip II to right, rev. crude horse to left, (Pink 304, Castelin 1319, De La Tour 9883, Pl. 50). Very fine and scarce.

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