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Lot 3454       Greek Silver & Bronze

Estimate $200
SOLD $200

ITALY, Campania, Hyria, (c.400-395 B.C.), silver stater, (6.91 grams), obv. head of helmeted Athena to right, crested helmet, with owl and wreath on helmet, rev. man-headed bull to left, above [Y]DINA, double exergue line, (cf.S.294 [£200], Rutter 76 [obv. die 32, rev. die 70]). Struck from a worn obverse die, reverse slightly off centre, otherwise fine and very rare.

See note above. Only one example is known from this die combination and this is in the Naples Museum collection.

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