Thessaly, Larissa (under Macedonian domination), (370-360's B.C.), silver drachm, (6.22 g), obv. facing head of nymph Larissa three-quarter to left, rev. horse and foal standing to right, above SAIWN, in exergue LARI, (S.2122, SNG Cop. 124, BMC 64 [p.30], Herrmann Group VIIC, Pl.VI, 4-6 [similar dies], Lorber [SNR 2000] No.7-16 [Pl.I, similar dies], BCD [Triton XV] lot 295 [similar dies and realised $2750 +15% US). Attractive bright tone, extremely fine with original mint bloom and very rare, and a charming reverse type.
Ex Brian Bolton Collection and previously Noble Numismatics Sale 103, lot 3477. Also the Alan Jordan Collection and purchased from Noble Numismatics Sale 69 (lot 1773) with tickets.