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Lot 2103       Greek Silver & Bronze

Estimate $270
SOLD $210

CENTRAL GREECE, Phocis, silver triobol, 480-460 B.C., (2.71 grams), obv. bull's head facing, rev. archaic head of Artemis to right in incuse square, èOKI around, (SNG Cop 102, S.2346). Nearly very fine and scarce.

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