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Lot 1966       Greek Silver & Bronze

Estimate $200

ITALY, Campania, Neapolis, (340-240 B.C.), silver stater, (6.33 grams), obv. diademed head of Nymph to left wearing earring and necklace, rev. man-headed bull walking to right, crowned by Nike, below IS, in exergue NEOPOLIT[WN], (S.309; SNG ANS 397). Test marks on rim, scratched on obverse, otherwise very fine.

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