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Lot 1771    Session 6 (9.30am Thursday)    Greek Silver & Bronze

Estimate $150
SOLD $130

CENTRAL GREECE, Phocis, silver triobol, (c.457-446 B.C.), (2.718 grams), Period III, obv. bull's head facing, rev. archaic head of Artemis to right in incuse square, **F[OK]I around, (S.2348, BMC 26, Williams 191 [obv.139, rev.112]). Slightly porous, otherwise nearly very fine/fine and rare.

Williams reports only five coins from these dies with three in institutional collections.

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