Greek Silver & Bronze
THESSALY, Larissa (under Macedonian domination), (350-325 B.C.), silver drachm, (6.01 grams), obv, facing head three-quarter to right of the nymph Larissa, dotted border, rev. horse grazing to right, with head down eating, above **L*API, plain exergue, (S.2124, Lorber, head type 16, No.36.1, [these dies], BMC 74 [same obverse die], Hermann Pl.VII, 5). Double struck on the reverse, off centred on the obverse, of fine style, nearly very fine, very rare.
Ex Glendining's London, December 14, 1988 (lot 128 part).
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