obolos 16
11. October 2020
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Lot 793
ARGOLIS. Argos. Circa 330-270 BC. Obol (Silver, 9 mm, 0.80 g, 10 h). Head of wolf to right, above, ΣΙ. Rev. A with N-I above; all within incuse square. BCD Peloponnesos 1081. Deeply toned. Reverse struck slightly off-centre, otherwise, good very fine.
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Rare Lyttos stater
Lot 794
CRETE. Lyttos. Circa 320-270 BC. Stater (Silver, 24 mm, 11.55 g, 3 h). Eagle with spread wings flying to left. Rev. ΛΥΤΤ-ION Forepart of boar to left in dotted square border within incuse square. Le Rider pl.VII, 22-23 (same obverse die, but reverse with boar's head to right). Cf. Svoronos 35, pl. XXI, 25. Toned and well-centered. Flan crack, otherwise, very fine.
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Lot 795
CRETE. Lyttos. Circa 320-270 BC. Stater (Silver, 22 mm, 10.44 g, 11 h). Eagle flying to left. Rev. Head of boar to right. Cf. Svoronos, Numismatique 32-5 (rev. design within border). SNG Copenhagen -. Double-struck reverse and obverse somewhat rough, otherwise, about very fine.
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Lot 796
CRETE. Phaistos. Circa 320-300 BC. Stater (Silver, 25 mm, 10.48 g, 9 h). Τ - ΑΛ - ΩΝ Talos, nude, standing facing on ground line, his wings spread, raising his right hand to hurl a stone, and holding another stone in his left, down by his side. Rev. ΦΑΙΣΤΙΩΝ Bull butting to right, on ground line. Le Rider p. 96, 62 and pl. xxiv, 4 and Svoronos, Numismatique, p. 264 67 and pl. xxiv, 24. Very rare. About very fine.
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Lot 797
CIMMERIAN BOSPOROS. Pantikapaion. Circa 380-370 BC. Triobol (Silver, 12 mm, 1.50 g, 9 h). Head of satyr to right. Rev. ΠΑΝΤΙ Lion's head to right. HGC 7, -. MacDonald 36. Surfaces a little rough, spotty toning. Very fine.
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Lot 798
KINGS OF BOSPOROS. Rheskuporis II with Caracalla, 211-226. Stater (Electrum, 18.5 mm, 7.74 g, 12 h), year IΦ = 510 = 212-213. BACIΛEΩC PHCKOYΠOPIΔOC Diademed and draped bust of Rheskuporis II to right. Rev. IΦ Laureate head of Caracalla to right; in field to right, trident. Anokin 630B. Frolova pg. 199, pl. 44, 37. SNG Pushkin 1648. Good very fine.
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Lot 799
PAPHLAGONIA. Amastris. Circa 285-250 BC. Stater (Silver, 22 mm, 9.39 g, 12 h). Head of Mithras to right wearing Persian mitra adorned with laurel wreath and star. Rev. ΑΜΑΣΤΡΙΕΩΝ Aphrodite seated left on throne, holding Nike and lotos-tipped scepter; below throne, monogram; to left, rose. BMC 2. Callataÿ, Premier 28 (D14/R8). HGC 7, 356. SNG BM Black Sea 1305. SNG von Aulock 1305. Toned. Good very fine.
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Lot 800
KINGS OF PAPHLAGONIA. Pylaimenes II/III Euergetes, Circa 133-103 BC. Hemiobol (Bronze, 20.5 mm, 4.58 g, 1 h). Bust of Pylaimenes (as Herakles) to right, with club over his shoulder and lion's skin tied around his neck. Rev. ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ /ΠYΛΑΙΜΕΝΟΥ ΕΥΕΡΓΕΤΟΥ Nike standing to left, holding wreath in her right hand and palm frond with her left. HGC 7, 440. RG pg. 127, 1. SNG BM Black Sea 1550. SNG Copenhagen 321. SNG von Aulock 148. A fine example with a bold portrait. Good very fine.
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Lot 801
KINGS OF PAPHLAGONIA. Pylaimenes II/III Euergetes, Circa 133-103 BC. (Bronze, 17 mm, 3.66 g, 12 h). Bull’s head facing. Rev. ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ /ΠYΛΑΙΜΕΝΟΥ ΕΥΕΡΓΕΤΟΥ Winged kerykeion. HGC 7, 441. SNG BM 1555-6. SNG Greece, KIKPE, 733-734. SNG von Aulock 150. A well-centered and sharp example with a fine dark brown patina. Extremely fine.
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Extremely rare and among the finest known
Lot 802
KINGS OF BITHYNIA. Ziailas, circa 250-230 BC. (Bronze, 17.5 mm, 4.91 g, 12 h). Diademed head of Ziailas to right. Rev. BAΣIΛEΩΣ ZIAHΛA around trophy. EHC 416. Reinach, "Essai sur la numismatique des rois de Bithynie," RN 1887, pl. V, 4. SNG von Aulock 243. Extremely rare. Fault on the obverse, otherwise, very fine.
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Half Tunny biting an eel!
Lot 803
MYSIA. Kyzikos. Circa 600-550 BC. Hemihekte (Electrum, 7 mm, 1.35 g). Head of tunny right, holding eel in its mouth. Rev. Quadripartite incuse square. Hurter & Liewald III 23.1. SNG BN -. Von Fritze I -. Extremely rare - the fifth known example. Very fine.
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Lot 804
MYSIA. Kyzikos. Circa 500-450 BC. Hemihekte or 1/12 Stater (Electrum, 7.5 mm, 1.33 g). Griffin with straight wings standing to left, raising his right forepaw; below tunny fish swimming to left. Rev. Quadripartite incuse square. SNG Paris -. Von Fritze 100. Struck from the same dies as Triton XVIII, 2015, 573. Minor die fault on the obverse, otherwise, good very fine.
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Lot 805
MYSIA. Kyzikos. Circa 450-400 BC. Hemiobol (Silver, 8.5 mm, 0.41 g, 9 h). Forepart of boar to left; to right, tunny fish swimming upwards. Rev. Head of lion to left within incuse square, star to upper left. SNG BN 375. Well-struck from fresh dies; good silver. Nearly extremely fine.
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Lot 806
MYSIA. Lampsakos. Circa 190-85 BC. (Bronze, 11 mm, 1.39 g, 12 h). Bearded and ivy-wreathed head of Priapos to right, with his hair tied in a knot at the back of his head. Rev. ΛΑΜΨΑ within ivy wreath tied below. Baldwin, Lampsakos -. Cf. SNG Ashmolean 702. SNG BN 1253. A scarce issue; brown patina. Granular surfaces, otherwise, very fine.
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Lot 807
MYSIA. Pergamon. Early-mid 2nd century BC. (Bronze, 18 mm, 2.84 g, 11 h). Helmeted head of Athena to right. Rev. AΘH-NAΣ NIKHΦOPOY Owl standing facing on palm branch; across field, Π Δ. SNG BN 1925-8. Dark brown patina. A few minor marks, otherwise, good very fine.
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Lot 808
MYSIA. Pergamon. Circa 166-67 BC. Cistophoric Tetradrachm (Silver, 25.5 mm, 12.10 g, 12 h), circa 76 BC. Cista mystica with half-open lid from which a serpent issues to the left; around, ivy wreath with fruits. Rev. Two serpents coiled around a bow case; to left, monogram of Pergamon; to right, serpent-entwined thyrsos; between serpents' heads, ME above monogram. Kleiner, Hoard 40. SNG BN 1744. Nearly very fine.
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Lot 809
MYSIA. Pergamon. Q. Caecilius Metellus Pius Scipio, imperator, 49/8 BC. Cistophoric Tetradrachm (Silver, 28 mm, 12.19 g, 12 h). Cista mystica with half-open lid from which a serpent issues to the left; around, ivy wreath with fruits. Rev. Q · METELLVS · PIVS · / SCIPIO IMPER Between facing serpents, legionary eagle on pole; in left field, monogram of Pergamon. LRC 4.2, Series XVII 207 (O14/R107). Pinder 192. Stumpf 68. Rare. Well-centered and boldly struck. Worn obverse die, otherwise, good very fine.
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Lot 810
MYSIA. Pergamon. Q. Caecilius Metellus Pius Scipio, imperator, 49/8 BC. Cistophoric Tetradrachm (Silver, 25.5 mm, 12.39 g, 11 h). Cista mystica with half-open lid from which a serpent issues to the left; around, ivy wreath with fruits. Rev. Q · METELLVS · PIVS · / SCIPIO IMPER between facing serpents, legionary eagle on pole; in left field, monogram of Pergamon. LRC 4.2, Series XVII - (O17/R-, unrecorded rev. die). Pinder 192. Stumpf 68. Rare. Lightly toned. Worn obverse die, otherwise, very fine.
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Lot 811
KINGS OF PERGAMON. Eumenes I, 263-241 BC. Tetradrachm (Silver, 31.5 mm, 17.14 g, 11 h), circa 255/0-241 BC. Laureate head of Philetairos to right. Rev. ΦΙΛΕΤΑΙΡΟΥ Athena enthroned left, crowning dynastic name with a wreath held in her right hand and resting left elbow on shield to right; spear in background; to outer left, ivy leaf upwards; in inner left field, Α; to right, bow. SNG BN1610. SNG von Aulock 1356. Westermark Group IV. Struck in high relief and with a portrait of fine style. Good very fine.
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Lot 812
TROAS. Birytis. Circa 350-300 BC. (Bronze, 20 mm, 5.17 g, 12 h). Head of Kabeiros to left, wearing pileos; above, two stars. Rev. B-I/P-Y Club within wreath. SNG Copenhagen 249-50. With a lovely and particularly artistic obverse. Very fine.
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Lot 813
AEOLIS. Boione. Early 3rd century BC. Chalkous (Bronze, 10.5 mm, 1.11 g, 7 h). Female head to left, hair bound with sphendone. Rev. BOIΩΝI-[TIKHΣ] Cow standing right. SNG Copenhagen 28. SNG von Aulock -. Dark green patina. Good very fine.
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Lot 814
AEOLIS. Elaia. Circa 450-400 BC. Diobol (Silver, 10.5 mm, 1.24 g, 6 h). Head of Athena in crested Attic helmet to left. Rev. Ε-Λ-Α Olive wreath tied below. SNG Ashmolean 1432-3. SNG Copenhagen 166. Very fine.
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Lot 815
AEOLIS. Elaia. 2nd-1st century BC. Tetrachalkon (Bronze, 21 mm, 3.96 g, 10 h). Helmeted head of Athena to left. Rev. E-Λ Grain-corn within laurel wreath. SNG Copenhagen 172. SNG von Aulock 1604. Attractive glossy olive green patina; well-centered and clear. A fine coin. Some uncleaned deposits, otherwise, good very fine.
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Lot 816
AEOLIS. Myrina. Circa 3rd-2nd century BC. (Bronze, 17 mm, 3.87 g, 12 h). Laureate head of Apollo Gryneios to right. Rev. MY-PI Amphora; in upper right field, kithara. SNG Ashmolean 1454-5. SNG Munich 571-3. Dark green patina; an attractive coin, well-centered and struck. A few minor cleaning marks. About extremely fine.
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Lot 817
AEOLIS. Myrina. Circa 155-145 BC. Tetradrachm (Silver, 31.5 mm, 16.47 g, 12 h). Laureate head of Apollo to right. Rev. MΥΡINAIΩN Apollo Grynios standing to right, holding laurel branch in his left hand and phiale in his right; omphalos and amphora at his feet; in left field, monogram of ΠΑ. Sacks Issue 20. SNG Copenhagen 223. Bright, attractive, of good style and struck in high relief. Obverse die break, otherwise, good very fine.
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Lot 818
AEOLIS. Neonteichos. 3rd-2nd centuries BC. (Billon, 18 mm, 4.28 g, 5 h). Head of Athea right, wearing crested Attic helmet. Rev. Owl standing right, head facing, atop NE monogram. SNG Ashmolean 1466. SNG Munich 598. Dark brown patina. Hairline flan crack above owl's head. Very fine.
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Lot 819
LESBOS. Mytilene. Circa 412-378 BC. Hekte (Electrum, 10 mm, 2.56 g, 12 h). Head of Kybele to right, wearing mural crown ornamented with lotos flowers and a pendant earring. Rev. Head of youthful Hermes to right, wearing a petasos tied beneath his chin; all within linear frame in a shallow incuse square. Bodenstedt 75 (-/β). HGC 6, 1001. SNG Fitzwilliam 4358. A lovely example, nicely toned. Some light scratches, otherwise, extremely fine.
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Lot 820
LESBOS. Mytilene. Circa 377-326 BC. Hekte (Electrum, 10 mm, 2.58 g, 1 h), c. 340 BC. Youthful head of Dionysos to right, wearing ivy wreath. Rev. Bearded head of Silenos facing, bald and with two animal ears; all within linear square. BMFA 1723. Bodenstedt 90 (m/ρ). An attractive, lightly toned example. About extremely fine.
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Lot 821
LESBOS. Mytilene. Circa 377-326 BC. Hekte (Electrum, 9.5 mm, 2.53 g, 11 h). Laureate head of Apollo (or possibly wreathed head of Dionysos) to right. Rev. Female head to right, with drapery around the neck truncation; all within a linear square. Bodenstedt 95. HGC 6, 1021. SNG von Aulock 1716. A clear example. Struck on a tight flan, otherwise, very fine.
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Lot 822
IONIA. Ephesos. Circa 500-420 BC. Diobol (Silver, 10.5 mm, 1.06 g, 7 h). Ε-Φ Bee. Rev. Quadripartite incuse square. Karwiese Series V, 2A; SNG Kayhan 124. Lightly toned. Good very fine.
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Rare Ephesian Drachm
Lot 823
IONIA. Ephesos. Circa 390-325 BC. Drachm (Silver, 16 mm, 3.64 g, 12 h), struck under the magistrate Aristonomos, circa 350-340 BC. E-Φ Bee with straight wings, flanked by astragaloi. Rev. ΑΡΙΣΤΟΝΟΜ[ΟΣ] Forepart of stag to right, head turned to look back; behind, palm tree. BMC -. Cf. Pixodaros Class G (tetradrachm). SNG Copenhagen 240 var (magistrate). CNG 85 (2010), 416. An extremely rare issue, with only half-a-dozen examples known. Very fine.
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Lot 824
IONIA. Ephesos (as Arsinoeia). Circa 290-281 BC. Octobol (Silver, 20 mm, 5.36 g, 7 h), struck under the magistrate Theophilos. Veiled and draped bust of Arsinoë to right. Rev. ΑΡΣΙ Bow and quiver; monogram and ΘEOΦIΛOΣ to left, bee to right. Svoronos 879. Cf. SNG Kayhan 279 (magistrate). Toned. Scattered pitting and old scrape beneath toning on reverse, otherwise, very fine.
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Lot 825
IONIA. Ephesos. Circa 190-170 BC. Drachm (Silver, 20 mm, 4.19 g, 12 h), struck under the magistrate Apollodoros. E - Φ Bee with straight wings. Rev. [ΑΠ]ΟΛΛΟΔΟΡΟΣ Stag standing to right before palm tree. Kinns, Attic p. 84. SNG Copenhagen 283. Clear. Very fine.
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Lot 826
IONIA. Ephesos. Circa 202-150 BC. Drachm (Silver, 15.5 mm, 4.11 g, 1 h), struck under the magistrate Danaos. E - Φ Bee with straight wings. Rev. ΔΑΝΑΟΣ Stag standing to right before palm tree. Kinns, Attic p. 85. SNG Copenhagen 288. Lightly toned, excellent centering and strike. Very fine.
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Lot 827
IONIA. Ephesos. Circa 202-150 BC. Drachm (Silver, 18 mm, 4.27 g, 12 h), struck under the magistrate Hekatonymos. E - Φ Bee with straight wings. Rev. ΕΚΑΤΩΝΥ[ΜΟΣ] Stag standing to right before palm tree. Kinns, Attic p. 86. SNG Copenhagen -. Good strike. Very fine.
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Lot 828
IONIA. Ephesos. Circa 202-150 BC. Drachm (Silver, 17.2 mm, 4.23 g, 12 h), struck under the magistrate Euthykrates. E - Φ Bee with straight wings. Rev. [Ε]ΥΘΥΚΡΑΤΗ[Σ] Stag standing to right before palm tree. Kinns, Attic p. 86. SNG Copenhagen -. Extremely fine.
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Lot 829
IONIA. Ephesos. Circa 202-150 BC. Drachm (Silver, 19 mm, 4.22 g, 12 h), struck under the magistrate Herakleitos. E - Φ Bee with straight wings. Rev. ΗΡΑΚΛΕΙΤΟΣ Stag standing to right before palm tree. Kinns, Attic p. 87. SNG Copenhagen -. Well-centered and strong strike. Good very fine.
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Lot 830
IONIA. Ephesos. Circa 202-150 BC. Drachm (Silver, 17.5 mm, 4.13 g, 12 h), struck under the magistrate Zenodotos. E - Φ Bee with straight wings. Rev. ZHNOΔΟΤΟΣ Stag standing to right before palm tree. Kinns, Attic p. 87. SNG Copenhagen 291. Clear and well-struck. Very fine.
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Lot 831
IONIA. Ephesos. Circa 202-150 BC. Drachm (Silver, 18 mm, 4.20 g, 1 h), struck under the magistrate Euphronios. E - Φ Bee with straight wings. Rev. ΕΥΦΡΟΝΙΟΣ Stag standing to right before palm tree. Kinns, Attic p. 87. SNG Copenhagen -. Nicely centered and excellent strike. Very fine.
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Lot 832
IONIA. Ephesos. Circa 180-67 BC. Cistophoric Tetradrachm (Silver, 29 mm, 12.49 g, 12 h), year 45 (ME) = 90-89. Basket (cista mystica) from which snake coils; around, ivy wreath with fruits. Rev. Two snakes coiled around a bow case; to left, ME (date) above EΦE; to right, lighted torch; between snakes heads, serpent-entwined staff of Asclepius. DCA 325. Kleiner, Dated 46. SNG Copenhagen 326. With an exceptional reverse. Obverse well-struck and slightly off-centre, otherwise, very fine.
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Lot 833
IONIA. Kolophon. Circa 330-294 BC. Dichalkon (Bronze, 14 mm, 2.14 g, 11 h), struck under magistrate Hekataios. Laureate head of Apollo to right. Rev. EKATAIOΣ KO Forepart of bridled and saddled horse to right. Kinns 61. Milne 107. SNG Copenhagen 152. Of splendid die-cutting skill, and with an excellent green patina. Nearly extremely fine.
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Only two known to Kinns
Lot 834
IONIA. Lebedos. Circa 133-80 BC. Tetrachalkon (Bronze, 19 mm, 5.59 g, 12 h), struck under the magistrate Antigenes. Draped bust of Athena facing slightly to left, wearing triple-crested helmet. Rev. ΛΕ / ΑΝΤΙΓΕΝΗ[Σ] Dionysos standing facing, head left, holding kantharos in right hand, thyrsos in left. Kinns 44. Weber 5992. Very rare - only two specimens known to Kinns. Very fine.
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Lot 835
IONIA. Magnesia ad Maeandrum. Archepolis, son of Themistokles, Circa 459 BC. Tetartemorion (Silver, 5.5 mm, 0.13 g, 6 h). Diademed and bearded male head to left. Rev. Eagle flying to right within dotted square border. CNG E370, 142. Nollé & Wenninger -. Toned. Very fine.
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Lot 836
IONIA. Miletos. Late 6th-early 5th century BC. Twelfth stater or diobol (Silver, 10 mm, 1.18 g, 4 h). Forepart of lion to left, head turned back to right. Rev. Star-shaped floral ornament within incuse square. Klein 426-7. SNG Kayhan 468-75. SNG Von Aulock 2082. Unusually attractive and clear. Extremely fine.
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Lot 837
IONIA. Miletos. late 6th-early 5th century BC. 1/32 Stater (Silver, 6.5 mm, 0.37 g). Facing head of lion within dotted square border. Rev. Stellate pattern within incuse square. Klein 423. SNG Kayhan 461. Considerably more rare than the corresponding 1/16 Stater. Good very fine.
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Fine style Miletos Drachm
Lot 838
IONIA. Miletos. Circa 340-325 BC. Drachm (Silver, 17.5 mm, 3.67 g, 12 h), struck under the magistrate Leukippos. Laureate head of Apollo to left. Rev. ΛEYKIΠΠOΣ Lion standing to left, his head turned back to right; above, eight-pointed star; Miletos monogram on the left field. BMC -. Deppert-Lippitz 1 (V1/R1). SNG Copenhagen -. Fine style and lightly toned. Edge split at 7.5h, otherwise, very fine.
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Lot 839
IONIA. Miletos. Circa 340-325 BC. Drachm (Silver, 14.5 mm, 3.66 g, 1 h), struck under the magistrate Rhodios. Laureate head of Apollo to left. Rev. POΔIOΣ Lion standing to left, his head turned back to right; above, eight-pointed star; Miletos monogram on the left field. BMC 66. Deppert-Lippitz 172-177. SNG Copenhagen 964. Fine style; nicely toned. Obverse struck from a slightly rusty die, otherwise, very fine.
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Lot 840
IONIA. Teos. Circa 460-420 BC. Tetartemorion (Silver, 7.5 mm, 0.28 g). Head of griffin to right, with open jaws. Rev. Quadripartite incuse square. Balcer 130. Klein 481. Sharply-struck and heavily toned. Good very fine.
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Lot 841
IONIA. Phokaia. Circa 521-478 BC. Diobol (Silver, 9 mm, 0.91 g). Head of a nymph to left, wearing a sakkos adorned with a central band and A rosette earring. Rev. Quadripartite incuse square. Klein 452. SNG Copenhagen 389–93. SNG von Aulock 1815. Well-centered, with a curiously attractive head of archaic style . Extremely fine.
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Lot 842
IONIA. Phokaia. Circa 478-387 BC. Hekte (Electrum, 10.5 mm, 2.55 g, 10 h). Bearded head of Silenos facing, wearing ivy wreath; to left, seal upward. Rev. Quadripartite incuse square. Bodenstedt 67. Obverse struck from a slightly worn die, otherwise, very fine.
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Lot 843
IONIA. Phokaia. Circa 387-326 BC. Hekte (Electrum, 10 mm, 2.58 g). Female head to left, wearing a laurel wreath and with her hair in a sakkos; below neck, here off the flan, seal. Rev. Quadripartite incuse square. Bodenstedt 102. BMFA 1920. Some scuffs on the obverse, otherwise, good very fine.
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Lot 844
CARIA. Halikarnassos. Circa 395-377 BC. Hemiobol (Silver, 7 mm, 0.34 g, 2 h). Head of ram to right. Rev. A-[...] Bare male head to right. Karl 127-8. Cf. Klein 496-7. Troxell, Carians p. 253, pl. 40, 9B. Toned. Very fine.
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Lot 845
CARIA. Iasos. Circa 250-190 BC. (Bronze, 21 mm, 5.27 g, 11 h). Laureate head of Apollo to right. Rev. IAΣΕΩΝ Hermias swimming with dolphin to right. SNG Copenhagen 410. SNG Keckman -. Glossy dark green patina; fine style. Metal flaw and short flan crack, otherwise, good very fine.
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Lot 846
CARIA. Kaunos. Circa 490-370 BC. Tritartemorion (Silver, 6.5 mm, 0.61 g, 11 h). Winged female figure running to left. Rev. Griffin standing left in pelleted square border within incuse square. Konuk 60 (O4/R4). Troxell, Winged Carians 20. Toned. Nearly very fine.
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Lot 847
CARIA. Uncertain (Mylasa ?). Circa 480-450 BC. Stater (Silver, 19 mm, 11.29 g, 12 h). Forepart of lion with open jaws to right. Rev. Oblong incuse divided by a band. Possibly unpublished. With the forepart of a ruggedly ferocious lion, similar to the contemporary issues of Knidos but ruder in conception. Minor test cut on both sides, otherwise, good very fine.
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Lot 848
ISLANDS OFF CARIA, Rhodos. Rhodes. Circa 350-300 BC. (Bronze, 11.5 mm, 1.14 g, 12 h). Diademed head of Rhodos to right. Rev. P-O Rose with bud to right. SNG Keckman 384-421. SNG Copenhagen 858-9. Glossy dark brown patina; well-centered and struck. Very fine.
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Lot 849
ISLANDS OFF CARIA, Rhodos. Rhodes. Circa 88/42 BC-AD 14. Drachm (Silver, 20.5 mm, 3.96 g, 12 h), struck under the magistrate Basileides. Radiate head of Helios facing, turned slightly to the left. Rev. Ρ - Ο / ΒΑΣΙΛΕΙΔΗΣ Rose seen from above; below, corn ear to right. Ashton & Weiss 121 (A32/P119). Karl 644. Pozzi 2723 (same obverse die). SNG Copenhagen 867 (same obverse die). SNG Keckman 743 (same obverse die). SNG von Aulock 8197 (same obverse die). Elegant and lightly toned. Struck slightly off-center, otherwise, good extremely fine.
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Lot 850
ISLANDS OFF CARIA, Rhodos. Rhodes. Circa 88/42 BC-AD 14. Drachm (Silver, 19 mm, 3.91 g, 12 h), struck under the magistrate Philiskos. Radiate head of Helios facing, turned slightly to the left. Rev. Ρ - Ο / ΦΙΛΙΣΚΟΣ Rose seen from above; below, corn ear to right. Ashton & Weiss 136 (A35/P134 but later state of the reverse die). SNG von Aulock 2837 (same obverse die). Elegant and lightly toned; struck on good silver. Minor die break on the reverse, otherwise, good extremely fine.
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Lot 851
ISLANDS OFF CARIA, Rhodos. Rhodes. Circa 88/42 BC-AD 14. Drachm (Silver, 20 mm, 4.10 g, 7 h), struck under the magistrate Kritiokles. Radiate head of Helios facing, turned slightly to the right. Rev. Ρ - Ο / ΚΡΙΤIΟΚΛΗΣ Rose seen from above; below, corn ear to left. Ashton & Weiss 139 (A36/P137). BMC 337-8 (same obverse die). SNG Keckman 742 (same obverse die). Bold and attractive, with a wonderful obverse. Minor bangs on the obverse, otherwise, extremely fine.
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Lot 852
ISLANDS OFF CARIA, Rhodos. Rhodes. Circa 88/42 BC-AD 14. Drachm (Silver, 18.5 mm, 4.20 g, 12 h), struck under the magistrate Kritiokles. Radiate head of Helios facing, turned slightly to the right. Rev. Ρ - Ο / ΚΡΙΤIΟΚΛΗΣ Rose seen from above; below, corn ear to left. Ashton & Weiss 158 var (A39/P- unrecorded reverse die). BMC 337-8. SNG Keckman 742. Bold and attractive, with a wonderful obverse. Scuff on the obverse, otherwise, extremely fine.
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Lot 853
ISLANDS OFF CARIA, Rhodos. Rhodes. Circa 88/42 BC-AD 14. Drachm (Silver, 18 mm, 4.14 g, 12 h), struck under the magistrate Aineas. Radiate head of Helios facing, turned slightly to the right. Rev. Ρ - Ο / ΑΙΝΕΑΣ Rose seen from above; below, corn ear to left. Ashton & Weiss 175 (A41/-). Pozzi 2720. Attractive with a very baroque looking head. Extremely fine.
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Lot 854
ISLANDS OFF CARIA, Rhodos. Rhodes. Circa 88/42 BC-AD 14. Drachm (Silver, 19 mm, 3.95 g, 12 h), struck under the magistrate Aineas. Radiate head of Helios facing, turned slightly to the right. Rev. Ρ - Ο / ΑΙΝΕΑΣ Rose seen from above; below, corn ear to left. Ashton & Weiss 175 (A41/-). Pozzi 2720. Attractive with a very baroque looking head. Extremely fine.
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Lot 855
SATRAPS OF CARIA. Maussolos, Circa 377/6-353/2 BC. Drachm (Silver, 15.5 mm, 3.64 g, 12 h), Halikarnassos. Laureate head of Apollo facing, turned slightly to right. Rev. ΜΑΥΣΩΛΛ[Ο] Zeus Labraundos standing to right, holding double-ax in his right hand and long scepter in his left; behind, ME monogram. SNG Copenhagen 593. SNG Kayhan I, 876. Attractively toned and of pleasing style. Nearly very fine.
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Lot 856
SATRAPS OF CARIA. Hidrieus, circa 351/0-344/3 BC. Drachm (Silver, 15 mm, 3.72 g, 12 h), Halikarnassos. Laureate head of Apollo facing, turned slightly to right. Rev. IΔPIEΩΣ Zeus Labraundos standing to right, holding double-ax in his right hand and long scepter in his left; between leg and scepter, E. Cf. Karl 25-8 (no E). Cf. SNG Keckman 278 (same). HN Online 2077. Lightly toned, evenly worn and with a lovely portrait. Good fine.
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Lot 857
SATRAPS OF CARIA. Pixodaros, Circa 341/0-336/5 BC. Drachm (Silver, 15.5 mm, 3.75 g, 12 h), Halikarnassos. Laureate head of Apollo facing, turned slightly to right. Rev. ΠΙΞΩΔΑΡΟ[Υ] Zeus Labraundos standing to right, holding double-ax in his right hand and long scepter in his left; between leg and scepter, E. Cf. Karl 41 (no E). SNG Keckman -. HN Online -. Unpublished variety. Well-centered and fine style; lightly toned. Planchet flaws, otherwise, very fine.
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Lot 858
LYDIA. Tralleis. Circa 166-67 BC. Cistophoric Tetradrachm (Silver, 25 mm, 12.40 g, 1 h), struck under the magistrate Ptol(emaios), year 2 = 131-130 BC. Cista mystica with half-open lid from which a serpent issues to the left; around, ivy wreath with fruits. Rev. Two snakes coiled around a bow case; above, ΠTOΛ; to left, B above TPAΛ; to right, Dionysos standing facing, holding long thyrsos with his right hand and mask of Silenos with the left. SNG Copenhagen 662-3 var (date). SNG von Aulock 3263. Scarce. Good very fine.
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Lot 859
LYDIA. Tralleis. Circa 166-67 BC. Drachm (Silver, 17 mm, 2.95 g, 12 h), Cistophoric series. Lion's skin draped over club; all within ivy wreath. Rev. TPAΛ Grape bunch on vine; uncertain symbol. Cf. SNG Copenhagen 646-8. Centered and clear. Some roughness typical for the denomination, flan crack at 5 h, otherwise, very fine.
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Lot 860
LYDIA. Tralleis. Circa 166-67 BC. Cistophoric Tetradrachm (Silver, 30 mm, 12.46 g, 12 h), Mena.. magistrate. Basket (cista mystica) from which snake coils; around, ivy wreath with fruits. Rev. Two snakes coiled around a bow case; above, MENA; to left, [TP]AΛ; to right, female bust to right. Completely unpublished and only the second example in the market after the one in Triton VI, 14 January 2003, 398. Extremely rare. Nearly extremely fine.
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Lot 861
KINGS OF LYDIA. Alyattes II to Kroisos, circa 610-546 BC. Trite (Electrum, 13.5 mm, 4.70 g), Sardes. Head of lion to right, with open jaws and with a sun and rays on its forehead. Rev. Two incuse square punches. SNG Kayhan 1013. SNG von Aulock 2868-9. Weidauer 86-89. Attractive. Some minor marks, otherwise, very fine.
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Lot 862
KINGS OF LYDIA. Alyattes II to Kroisos, circa 610-546 BC. Trite (Electrum, 13 mm, 4.73 g), Sardes. Head of lion to right, with open jaws and with a sun and rays on its forehead. Rev. Two incuse square punches. SNG Kayhan 1013. SNG von Aulock 2868-9. Weidauer 86-89. Well-centered. Some minor marks, otherwise, very fine.
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Lot 863
PERSIA, Achaemenid Empire. Time of Darios I to Xerxes II, circa 485-420 BC. Siglos (Silver plated bronze, 16 mm, 4.14 g), Lydo-Milesian standard, Sardes. Persian king, wearing radiate tiara, in running/kneeling stance to right, holding bow in his left hand, spear in his right and with a quiver over his shoulder. Rev. Oblong incuse. BMC Arabia pl. XXV, 17. Carradice Type IIIb C, pl. XII, 17. Nicely centered. Very fine.
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Lot 864
PHRYGIA. Amorion. Circa 2nd-1st century BC. (Bronze, 16.5 mm, 3.71 g, 12 h). Turreted head of Kybele to right. Rev. AMOPIANΩN Lion leaping to right on caduceus; above, ΔΙ. BMC 7. HGC 7, 653. SNG Copenhagen -. A pleasing example of this rare issue; nice green patina and well centered. Very fine.
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Lot 865
PHRYGIA. Apameia. Circa 100-50 BC. (Bronze, 21.5 mm, 9.07 g, 12 h), struck under the magistrate Phainippos, son of Drakon. Bust of Athena to right, wearing crested Corinthian helmet decorated with griffin. Rev. ΑΠΑΜΕΩΝ ΦAINIΠΠOY [ΔPAKONTOΣ] Eagle landing on a base with a maeander pattern, flanked by the caps of the Dioskouroi; behind eagle's head, star. HGC 7, 670. SNG Copenhagen 167. Good very fine.
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Lot 866
PHRYGIA. Apameia. Circa 88-40 BC. (Bronze, 15.5 mm, 5.88 g, 1 h), struck under the magistrate Philokrates, son of Aristeon. Turreted head of Tyche to right. Rev. ΑΠΑΜΕΩ[Ν] ΦΙΛΟΚΡ[ΑΤ] ΑΡΙΣΤ[EO] Marsyas advancing to right [on maeander pattern], playing double flute. HGC 7, 674. SNG Ashmolean -. Black patina. Very fine.
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Lot 867
PHRYGIA. Apameia. 50-49 BC. Cistophoric Tetradrachm (Silver, 27 mm, 12.29 g, 12 h), struck under the magistrate Mantitheos son of Mantitheos. Cista mystica with half-open lid from which a serpent issues to the left; around, ivy wreath with fruits. Rev. Two snakes coiled around a bow case; to left, AΠΑ; to right, diaulos (double flute); between snakes heads, ΜΑΝΤΙΘΕΟΣ; below, ΜΑΝΤΙΘΕΟΥ. Kleiner, Late pl. 14, A (same obv. die), and LRC p. 49, otherwise unpublished. The second known specimen and better centered and slightly better detailed than the only other known example. A great opportunity to acquire an extreme rarity. Very fine.
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Lot 868
PHRYGIA. Laodikeia. Circa 133/88-67 BC. Cistophoric Tetradrachm (Silver, 29 mm, 12.17 g, 12 h), Zeuxis son of Apollonios grandson of Amyntas magistrate, c. 70. Basket (cista mystica) from which snake coils; around, ivy wreath with fruits. Rev. Two snakes coiled around a bow case; to left, ΛAO; to right, winged kerykeion; between snakes heads, ZΕΥΞΙΣ ΑΠΟΛΛΩΝΙΟΥ ΤΟΥ ΑΜΥΝΤΟΥ in three lines. BMC 4. SNG von Aulock 3798. Extremely rare. Only the third example available the last 2 decades. Good very fine.
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Lot 869
PHRYGIA. Laodikeia. Circa 133/88-67 BC. Cistophoric Tetradrachm (Silver, 27 mm, 12.24 g, 12 h), struck under the magistrate Olympiodoros, son of Hermogenes. Cista mystica with half-open lid from which a serpent issues to the left; around, ivy wreath with fruits. Rev. ΛΑΟ Two serpents coiled around a bow case; to right, winged caduceus; above, OΛΥΜΠΙΟΔΩΡΟΣ / ΕΡΜΟΓΕΝΟΥ. BMC 6. SNG Copenhagen 493. Well-centered and lightly toned. Very fine.
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Lot 870
PHRYGIA. Laodikeia. Circa 133/88-67 BC. Cistophoric Tetradrachm (Silver, 27 mm, 12.09 g, 12 h), struck under the magistrate Hippochaites, son of Deinomachos. Cista mystica with half-open lid from which a serpent issues to the left; around, ivy wreath with fruits. Rev. [ΛΑ]O Two serpents coiled around a bow case; to right, winged caduceus; above, ΙΠΠΟΧΑΙΤΗΣ /ΔΕΙΝΟΜΑΧΟΥ. BMC 7. SNG Copenhagen -. Light toning. Weakly struck in areas, otherwise, very fine.
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Lot 871
PHRYGIA. Laodikeia. Circa 1st century BC. (Bronze, 15.5 mm, 3.17 g, 12 h). The river god Kapros (boar in Greek), standing to left in the form of a boar; below, monogram below. Rev. ΛAOΔI-KEΩN The river god Lykos (wolf in Greek), standing to right in the form of a wolf. BMC 52-3. Weber 7129. An attractive and clear example, with a lovely green patina. Good very fine.
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Lot 872
PHRYGIA. Laodikeia. P. Cornelius P.f. Lentulus Spinther, imperator, 57/6-54 BC. Cistophoric Tetradrachm (Silver, 26 mm, 11.82 g, 1 h), struck under the magistrate Anaxagoras, son of Artemidoros. Cista mystica with half-open lid from which a serpent issues to the left; around, ivy wreath with fruits. Rev. ΛΑΟ / P LENTVLVS [P] · F / PRO · COS Two serpents coiled around a bow case; to right, winged caduceus; below, ΑΝΑΞΑΓΟΡΑΣ / [Α]ΡΤΕΜΙΔ[ΩΡΟΥ]. LRC -. Pinder -. Stumpf -. A unique coin, unrecorded in Metcalf's recent (2017) die study. Very fine.
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Lot 873
PHRYGIA. Laodikeia. P. Cornelius P.f. Lentulus Spinther, imperator, 57/6-54 BC. Cistophoric Tetradrachm (Silver, 27 mm, 12.38 g, 12 h), struck under the magistrate Artemidoros, son of Damokrates. Cista mystica with half-open lid from which a serpent issues to the left; around, ivy wreath with fruits. Rev. ΛΑΟ / P LENTVLVS P F / IMP Two serpents coiled around a bow case; to right, winged caduceus; below, ΑΡΤΕΜΙΔΩΡΟΣ / ΔΑΜΟΚΡΑΤΟΥ. LRC 4.5, Series X, - (O10/R-, unrecorded rev. die. Pinder 195. Stumpf 77. Bold strike. Very fine.
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Lot 874
PHRYGIA. Laodikeia. P. Cornelius P.f. Lentulus Spinther, imperator, 57/6-54 BC. Cistophoric Tetradrachm (Silver, 25 mm, 11.73 g, 1 h), struck under the magistrate Artemidoros, son of Damokrates. Cista mystica with half-open lid from which a serpent issues to the left; around, ivy wreath with fruits. Rev. ΛΑΟ / [P] LEN[TVLVS P]· F] / IMP Two serpents coiled around a bow case; to right, winged caduceus; below, ΑΡΤΕΜΙΔΩΡΟΣ / ΔΑΜΟΚΡΑΤΟΥ. LRC 4.5, Series X, 533 (O10/R33). Pinder 195. Stumpf 77. Very rare. Struck from a worn obverse die, otherwise, fine.
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Lot 875
LYCIA. Phaselis. Circa 500-440 BC. Third-stater (Silver, 13 mm, 3.68 g, 3 h). Prow of galley left. Rev. ΦΑΣ Stern of galley right within incuse square. Heipp-Tamer 69 (V44/R59). SNG von Aulock 4394 (same obv. die). Toned. Very fine.
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Lot 876
LYCIA. Phaselis. Circa 500-440 BC. Third-stater (Silver, 13 mm, 3.54 g, 9 h). Prow of galley left. Rev. ΦΑΣ Stern of galley right within incuse square. Heipp-Tamer 70 (V45/R60). SNG Berry 1198. Waddington 3148. Winterthur 4280 (all from the same dies). Toned. Very fine.
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Lot 877
LYCIA. Phaselis. Circa 250-221/0 BC. Chalkous (Bronze, 10.5 mm, 1.13 g, 2 h). Prow of galley to right. Rev. ΦΑΣ (retrograde) Stern of galley to right. Cf. Heipp-Tamer B40 (Φ only). Dark brown patina with light orange-earthen highlights. Very fine.
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Lot 878
LYCIAN LEAGUE. Circa 27-20 BC. 1/4 Drachm (Silver, 12 mm, 0.82 g, 11 h), Kragos. Draped bust of Artemis to right, quiver at shoulder. Rev. Λ-Υ /Κ-Ρ Quiver; in left field, filleted palm branch; all within incuse square. RPC 3306. Troxell, Lycian 125. Well-struck for the issue; lightly toned. Very fine.
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Lot 879
DYNASTS OF LYCIA. Kuprilli, circa 470/60-440/35 BC. Obol (Silver, 9 mm, 0.79 g). Hoat to left. Rev. Triskeles with annulet center and hooked arms in dotted circular border within circular incuse. Mørkholm & Zahle -. Cf. Museler IV, 16 (Hemiobol). Toned and well-centered. Very fine.
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Lot 880
DYNASTS OF LYCIA. Mithrapata, circa 390-370 BC. Stater (Silver, 22.5 mm, 9.59 g, 2 h). Forepart of lion with open jaws to right. Rev. Methrapata (in Lycian script) Bearded head of Mithrapata to left; behind, triskeles; all within shallow incuse square. BMFA Suppl. 229. Kraay / Hirmer 658. Olçay-Mørkholm 36. SNG Berry 1185. SNG von Aulock 4237. With a realistic portrait. Some areas softly struck, otherwise, very fine.
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Lot 881
PAMPHYLIA. Aspendos. Circa 465-430 BC. Stater (Silver, 20 mm, 10.97 g, 6 h), c. 465-440. Warrior advancing to right, holding shield and spear. Rev. EΣ-ΤϜΔΙ Τriskeles to right over lion crouching to left; below lion, ΠΦ; all within incuse square. SNG France 12. With clear surfaces and nicely centered. Good very fine.
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Lot 882
PAMPHYLIA. Aspendos. Circa 330/25-300/250 BC. Stater (Silver, 24 mm, 10.31 g, 12 h). ΠO Two nude wrestlers, standing and grappling with each other. Rev. ΕΣΤFΕΔΙΙΥΣ Slinger standing to right, preparing to let fly; in field to right, forepart of a bridled horse to right. SNG France 110-4 var (symbol under horse). Tekin Series 5. Rare; clear and with a reverse of elegant style. Good very fine.
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Lot 883
PAMPHYLIA. Perge. Circa 255-230 BC. Tetradrachm (Silver, 29 mm, 17.09 g, 12 h). Head of Artemis to right, quiver at shoulder. Rev. ΑΡΤΙΜΙΔΟΣ ΠΕΡΓΑΙΑΙ Artemis standing facing, head left, holding wreath in right hand, scepter in left; in background behind her legs, stag standing left; in right field, herm. Colin Em. 8 (VS2.4/RS12.1b). SNG Lockett 3021 (same obv. die). Very fine.
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Lot 884
PAMPHYLIA. Side. Circa 460-430 BC. Stater (Silver, 19 mm, 10.99 g, 3 h), c. 440-430. Pomegranate surrounded by dotted guilloche border. Rev. Helmeted head of Athena to right; all within incuse square. Atlan 16 (O15/A14). SNG von Aulock 4762. Weber 7353 (same dies). A clear and well-struck example . Usual die break on the reverse, otherwise, good very fine.
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Lot 885
PAMPHYLIA. Side. 1st century BC. (Bronze, 16.5 mm, 3.14 g, 7 h). Head of Athena to left, wearing crested Corinthian helmet. Rev. [ΣI]-ΔH Nike alighting to left, holding wreath in her outstretched right hand, palm branch in left. Cf. SNG BN 773-4. Dark green patina. Very fine.
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Lot 886
PAMPHYLIA. Side. 1st century BC. (Bronze, 15.5 mm, 2.47 g, 10 h). Helmeted head of Athena to right. Rev. [ΣΙΔΗ]ΤωΝ Nike advancing left, holding wreath in right hand, palm in left; in left field but barely visible here, pomegranate. SNG BN 749. Green patina; rare type. Nearly very fine.
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Lot 887
CILICIA. Alexandreia. Circa 164-27 BC. (Bronze, 22 mm, 8.15 g, 1 h). Head of youthful Herakles to right, wearing lion's skin headdress. Rev. AΛEΞANΔPEΩN Zeus standing facing, head left, holding wreath in his outstretched right hand; to left, AP monogram; the whole within wreath. SNG BN 2408. SNG Levante 1834. Olive green patina. Very fine.
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Lot 888
CILICIA. Holmoi. Circa 440 BC. Stater (Silver, 20 mm, 10.68 g, 1 h). Nude rider sliding off a horse galloping to right, his left hand holding the reins, holding a whip in his right, and with both of his legs on the right side of the horse; around, border of dots. Rev. ΟΛΜΙ Stern of a galley to left; all within deep circular incuse. Unpublished, save for Roma XVI, 2018, lot 324. With types engraved in a vigorous local style. Struck from a rather crude obverse die, otherwise, extremely fine.
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Lot 889
CILICIA. Ura (Kelenderis). Circa 460s-450s BC. Stater (Silver, 18 mm, 10.65 g, 9 h). Goat kneeling to right, his head reverted to smell a flower on a branch curling behind him; below, partially incuse circular symbol. Rev. 𐤀𐤓𐤄 ('RH in Aramaic) City-wall with two towers; all within a border of dots in a shallow incuse square. Unpublished, save for Roma XII, 2016, lot 348, struck from the same dies. Extremely rare. Slightly flat struck from worn dies, otherwise, good very fine.
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Lot 890
CILICIA. Mallos. Circa 440-390 BC. Stater (Silver, 20 mm, 10.98 g). Bearded male diety (Kronos?), with four wings, in the running-kneeling position to left, holding a solar disc with both hands. Rev. ΜΑΡΛΟ Swan with closed wings walking to right; perched on his back to right, sea eagle with its head bent down to right. SNG France 375-376 (same obverse die). Traité 1394, pl. CXXXVII, 20. Very rare and attractive. Struck from slightly worn dies, otherwise, about extremely fine.
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Lot 891
CILICIA. Mallos. Circa 440-390 BC. Stater (Silver, 23 mm, 10.63 g, 2 h). Bearded male diety (Kronos?), with four wings, in the running-kneeling position to left, holding a solar disc with both hands. Rev. ΜΑΡ Swan with closed wings walking to left. Cf. Casabonne Type 2 (swan right). Cf. SNG BN 375-6 (same obverse die, but with the swan to right). SNG Levante -. Very rare. Reverse struck slightly off-center, test cut, otherwise, about extremely fine.
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