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Lot 1957      

Estimate $100
SOLD $150

PALESTINE, Samaria, Caesarea, described and identified issues in packets of Marcus Aurelius, AE 24, rev. bust of Sarapis, (K.40, R.33, BMC 83-91); Elagabalus, AE 18, rev. Sarapis head left, (K.83, R.74); Severus Alexander, AE 19, rev. ZPQR in wreath, eagle below open wings, (K.100, R.99); Hostilian, AE 20 (2), rev. Tyche bust right, (K.189, R.156). Fair - fine. (5)

Ex Harry Abramowitz Family collection and from Superior Galleries New York auction sale sold December 8, 1993 for coins two and five (lot 475 part), third from David Hendin December 10, 1993. (marked retail $245).

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