Greek Silver & Bronze
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THRACE, Cherronesos, (400-350 B.C.), silver hemidrachm, (2.346 grams), obv. forepart of lion looking back, rev. A Y monogram and dot in one quarter, caduceuus in opposite corner, (cf.S.1603, cf.SNG Cop. 836); Euboia, Histiaia, silver tetrobols (4), (340 - 3rd century B.C.), obv. nymph Histiaia to right, rev. nymph Histiaia seated to right on stern of galley, legend around, (S.2495-6, BMC 24-48); Achaean League, (c.160-150 B.C.), silver hemidrachms (2), Megara mint and Antigoneia (formerly Mantineia in Arcadia mint), obv. Zeus head right, rev.wreath XA monogram, other letters in field, (S.2978, 2998; Clerk 119, 197; BMC 6, 107-8). First coin, off centred on obverse, fine/very fine, otheras mostly fine or better one coin mounted. (7)
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THRACE, Cherronesos, (400-350 B.C.), silver hemidrachm, (2.346 grams), obv. forepart of lion looking back, rev. ...