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Lot 3523       Greek Silver & Bronze

Estimate $50
SOLD $60

MYSIA, Gambrium, (4th-3rd century B.C.), AE 15, (2.4 grams), obv. Apollo head to right, rev. large star, *[G] A M between four of the rays, (S.3871, BMC 2-3). Bronze patina, Good very fine and rare in this condition.

Ex. Noble Numismatics Sale 56 (lot 1862).

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