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October 1, 1997
London, United Kingdom
Description: I Greek Coins Danubian Celts c. 2nd Century BC) Billon 4-drachm based on coinage of Philip II of Macedon. Bearded and diademed head right. rev. Celticised horse prancing left Castelin 128 1. Very fine to good fine 1View additional info
Description: [ Greek Coins ] Italy. Calabria Tarentum Stater 281-271 BC Naked horseman left rev. Taras, seated sideways on dolphin left, holding Phrygian helmet, on either side star of twelve rays Bmc 143, Cote 399 Good very fine. 1View additional info
Description: [ Greek Coins ] Sicily, Syracuse c.425-387 Bc) tetradrachm 17.3 gms. Quadriga galloping left, Nike flying above, rev. Arethusa left; around, dolphins Sng Fitzwilliam 1250, Tudeer 84 Very fine. 1View additional info
Description: [ Greek Coins ] Thrace, Istros E400-350 Bc) Stater. Two young male heads side by side, one inverted. rev. IETPIH. Sea-eagle attacking dolphin left, monogram below Bmc 3, S. 1669v.. About very fine. 1View additional info
Description: [ Greek Coins ] Macedon, Philip III E323-317 Bc) drachm; S. 6750v) Corinth E350-306 Bc drachm S.2634); Roman Republican denarii 3 of Antestia 9, Baebia 12 and Calpurnia 5 and a late Gupta gold stater. Good very fine to very fine, the last only fine.View additional info