Greek Silver & Bronze
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ANCIENT GREEK, assorted bronzes, Apulia, Arpi, (3rd century B.C.), (6.594 grams), AE 19, obv. Zeus head laureate left, rev. boar, (S.569, SNG ANS 635, SNG Cop. 603); Thrace, Aigospotamoi, (4th century B.C.), AE 20, (8.368 grams), obv. Demeter head to left, rev. goat standing left, (S.1561, SNG Cop.850, Weber 2439); Aeolis, Temnus, AE 18, (2.904 grams), obv. turreted head of founder left, rev. Tyche standing left, with rudder, (S.-, SNG Cop.275, BMC 18); Samaria, Caesarea, Hadrian, (A.D. 117-138), AE 17, (6.188 grams), obv. Hadrian head right, rev. Apollo standing left, (S.-, BMC 69, SNG ANS 771-2). Fine - very fine, mostly scarce, all in 2x2 packets fully described. (4)
Ex Hollschek Collection for the third coin, last from D. Hendin, with ticket.
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ANCIENT GREEK, assorted bronzes, Apulia, Arpi, (3rd century B.C.), (6.594 grams), AE 19, obv. Zeus ...