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Lot 2167       Greek Silver & Bronze

Estimate $40
SOLD $50

NABATAEA, Aretas IV, (9 B.C - A.D. 40), AE 19, obv. cojoined busts of Aretas laureate and Queen Shaqilath to right, rev. two cornucopiae crossed, rulers names between, (BMC 15, S.5699). Weak in some places, off centre obverse, otherwise very fine.

Ex David Hendin.

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