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Lot 3452       Greek Silver & Bronze

Estimate $150
SOLD $170

ITALY, Campania, Cales, (after 268 B.C.), AE 21, (5.89 grams), obv. laureate head of Apollo to left, oblong shield behind, rev. man-headed bull walking to right, crowned by Nike flying right above, below exergue [CA]LENO, (cf.S.547, SNG Cop. 321). Attractive light green patina, very fine and a scarce symbol.

Ex. Harlan J. Berk, mail bid sale 80, (lot 289).

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