Greek Silver & Bronze
CORINTHIA, Corinth, (350-306 B.C.), silver stater, (8.410 grams), obv. Pegasos flying to left, Q below, rev. head of Athena to right, wearing plain Corinthian helmet, Ityphallic Hermes facing and N behind to left, (cf.S.2641, Calciati 385 [p.270, 2 reported], Ravel 1068 [p.264, Pl.LXVII, 3 reported]. Bright, irregular edge, otherwise extremely fine and a rare symbol.
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CORINTHIA, Corinth, (350-306 B.C.), silver stater, (8.410 grams), obv. Pegasos flying to left, Q below, ...