Greek Silver & Bronze
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Lot 2005 Greek Silver & Bronze
ATTICA, Aegina, (525/520-500 B.C.), silver stater, (12.10 grams), obv. sea turtle with row of dots down dorsal spine, rev. incuse square, 'Union Jack' design with sunken triangles, (S.1849, ANS MN 33, Plate 9 No.109 THIS COIN described and illustrated). Very fine and scarce.
Ex. Selinus Archaic Silver Hoard. $$ One of the earliest European archaic silver coins in attractive condition with an impecable petigree from one of the greatest documented Archaic Greek coin hoards ever found.
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ATTICA, Aegina, (525/520-500 B.C.), silver stater, (12.10 grams), obv. sea turtle with row of dots ...