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Lot: 41714
Price: 17500 CHF
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ISLANDS OFF CARIA, Karpathos. Poseidion. Circa 500-450 BC. Stater (Silver, 20 mm, 13.56 g), c. 450. Two dolphins, one above the other, leaping in opposite directions: the upper to left and the lower to right; below the lower dolphin, small dolphin leaping to right; all within a square double border, the outer linear and the inner dotted, with a floral ornament in each internal angle. Rev. Two parallel incuse rectangles with irregular fields. Jameson 1542. Stephanaki, Kairos, 25 (D6/R8 this coin) = SNG von Aulock 2743 (this coin). Very rare and attractive; nicely struck and with a fine old cabinet tone. Good very fine.

From a European collection, ex Numismatic Fine Arts XVI, 2 December 1985, 220 and Bank Leu 33, 3 May 1983 391, and from the collection of H. von Aulock, Bank Leu 7, 9 May 1973, 237.
Lot: 41714
Price: 17500 CHF
ISLANDS OFF CARIA, Karpathos. Poseidion. Circa 500-450 BC. Stater (Silver, 20 mm, 13.56 g), c. 450. Two dolphins, one above the other, leaping in opposite directions: the upper to left and the lower to right; below the lower dolphin, small dolphin leaping to right; all within a square double border, the outer linear and the inner dotted, with a floral ornament in each internal angle. Rev. Two parallel incuse rectangles with irregular fields. Jameson 1542. Stephanaki, Kairos, 25 (D6/R8 this coin) = SNG von Aulock 2743 (this coin). Very rare and attractive; nicely struck and with a fine old cabinet tone. Good very fine.
Lot: 41716
Price: 32500 CHF
SKYTHIA. Olbia. Dynast Eminakos, Circa 450-425. Stater (Silver, 21 mm, 11.50 g). [EMINAK]O Herakles, wearing lion's skin draped over his head and back, kneeling to right, drawing his bow. Rev. Studded four-spoked wheel surrounded by four dolphins swimming counter-clockwise within the corners of an incuse square. G.F. Hill, Greek Coins Acquired by The British Museum, NC 1926, p. 117, pl. V, 2. Jameson 2536 (this obverse die). Rosen 147. SNG BM Black Sea 358. SNG Pushkin 52. SNG Stancomb 342. Traité IV 1771. Very rare and iconographically important. The curved figure of Herakles is reminiscent of both the electrum types of Kyzikos and Attic Red Figure kylix tondos. Some surface roughness, otherwise, good very fine.
Lot: 41718
Price: 1750 CHF
ISLANDS OFF CARIA, Rhodos. Rhodes. Circa 88/42 BC-AD 14. Drachm (Silver, 19 mm, 4.13 g, 6 h), struck under the magistrate Kritiokles. Radiate head of Helios facing, turned slightly to the right. Rev. Ρ - Ο / ΚΡΙΤΟΚΛΗΣ Rose seen from above; below, corn ear to left. Ashton & Weiss 142. (A36/P140). BMC 337-8(same obverse die). SNG Keckman 742 (same obverse die). SNG Lockett 2971 (same dies). With a wonderfully sharp and dramatic head of Helios: you can even see the life-like way his nostrils flare as he 'breathes'! Extremely fine.
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