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Kings of Macedon, Philip II, 359-336 BC, Amphipolis mint,
                 AR (Silver) Tetradrachm, 14.16 gm, 24-25 mm

          obv.: Laureate head of Zeus facing right

          rev.:  "ΦΙΛΙΠ - ΠΟΥ"
                           
Youth on horseback right, holding palm in
                   right hand, rein in left; "Λ and torch" below
                   horse, "M" below raised foreleg.
         
         note:  Strong strike, good metal and nice detail. Small test cut on reverse does not hurt the overall beauty of this coin.

$335.00

sold

AIGINA, Attica, after 404 B.C., AR (Silver) Stater, 
                  11.64 gm, 20x17 mm,
                  SNG Cop. Attica-Aegina 516-517. 

          obv.: Turtle with globular segmented shell,
                  pointed hindquarter.

          rev.:  "Early Union Jack" -- eight-part divided punch.

         note:  Attractively toned nice example of this
                  rare type.

$695.00

sold

Attica, Athens, 300-262 BC, AR (Silver) Tetradrachm,
                         17.12 gm, 19x21 mm

          obv.:  Head of Athena facing right wearing crested
                   helmet ornamented with three olive-leaves
                   and floral scroll.

          rev.:  Owl standing right, head facing with AOE to
                  right and olive twig and crescent to left.

         note:  Nicely toned and good metal.  Very pleasing specimen.

$365.00

sold

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