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Lot 1859       Greek Silver & Bronze

Estimate $100

SICILY, Syracuse, under Roman rule, (after 212 B.C.), AE 21, (8.546 grams), obv. laureate head of Zeus to left, dotted border, rev. galloping biga driven right by Nike, in exergue **SURAKOSIWN*, (S.1229, BMC 691, SNG ANS 1066-1071). Weakly struck in places, nearly very fine and scarce.

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