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Lot: 40180
Price: 10000 CHF
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SICILY. Kamarina. Circa 405 BC. Diobol (Gold, 11.5 mm, 1.14 g, 7 h). Head of Athena to right, wearing a crested Attic helmet adorned with a hippocamp. Rev. KA Olive-spray with two berries. SNG ANS 1209. Weber 1248 (this coin). Westermark & Jenkins 206.14 (this coin). Removed from NGC encapsulation #4936361-003. Rare. Very well-centered and clearly struck. Very fine.

From an American collection, and from the collections of V. M. Brand, Part 3, Sotheby's 9 June 1983, 26, Sir Hermann Weber, and H. Montagu, Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge 23 March 1896, 89.
Lot: 40180
Price: 10000 CHF
SICILY. Kamarina. Circa 405 BC. Diobol (Gold, 11.5 mm, 1.14 g, 7 h). Head of Athena to right, wearing a crested Attic helmet adorned with a hippocamp. Rev. KA Olive-spray with two berries. SNG ANS 1209. Weber 1248 (this coin). Westermark & Jenkins 206.14 (this coin). Removed from NGC encapsulation #4936361-003. Rare. Very well-centered and clearly struck. Very fine.
Lot: 40384
Price: 3250 CHF
Anonymous, c. 225-214/212 BC. Quadrigatus (Silver, 22 mm, 6.69 g, 6 h), Rome. Laureate janiform head of the Dioscouri; neck truncation. only slightly curved. Rev. Jupiter, holding scepter in his left hand and preparing to hurl his thunderbolt from his right, standing right in a quadriga, which is driven to the right by Victory who stands beside him; below, tablet inscribed with ROMA in incuse letters. Cohen 23. Crawford 28/3. Sydenham 64b. Well centered and lightly toned, struck on a broad flan and most attractive. Nearly extremely fine.
Lot: 40629
Price: 7500 CHF
SICILY. Tauromenion. Circa 214-212 BC. 15 Litrai or Trihemiobol (Gold, 10 mm, 1.00 g, 7 h). Laureate head of Apollo to left; in the field to right, fly. Rev. TAYPOME-NITAN Tripod lebes with lid, three ring handles, ornamental volutes below the bowl and legs ending in lion's paws; above to left, monogram of API. HGC 2, 1571. SNG ANS 1115. Of unusually fine Hellenistic style, especially for such a small coin, toned, and with an illustrious pedigree. Some minor scratches and marks, otherwise, nearly extremely fine.
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