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Lot 2067       Greek Silver & Bronze

Estimate $800
SOLD $650

SICULO-PUNIC, mint of the camp, (c.325-290 B.C.), silver tetradrachm, (17.40 grams), obv. head of young Melqart or Heracles wearing lion skin to right, rev. horse's head to left, trace of palm tree behind, border of dots. (S.6436, Dewing ACNAC 983, Jenkins SNR 1978, Series 5b). Off centre on the obverse, otherwise very fine and scarce.

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