Thrace - Istros. AR Stater ca 400-350 BC
Kingdom of Thrace. AR Drachm, Lysimachos 323-281 BC
THRACE, Islands off. Thasos. AR Stater, Circa 460 BC
- KOD: 3419157R
Northern Greece. Thrace - Istros.
AR Stater ca 400-350 BC, Silver 19 mm, weight 4,51 g,.
Two young male heads side by side, the right one inverted / ΙΣΤΡΙΗ above sea eagle left on dolphin, monogram below.
BMC 2, SNG BM Black Sea 237, Condition Good VF, scratches obv.
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Asia Minor. Mysia - Pergamon ca 166-67 BC.
AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm, ca. 85/76 BC, Silver 28 mm, weight 12.45 g.
Cista mystica within ivy wreath / Two serpents entwined around bow and bowcase (ΔI and monogram above, monogram to left and serpent-entwined thyrsos to right
SNG France 1734–5, Condition Good VF, nice...
Illyria and Central Greece. Attica - Athens.
AR Tetradrachm ca 393-300 BC, Silver 22 mm, weight 16.79 g.
Head of Athena to right wearing ivy crested helmet, eye in profile / Owl standing to right, head facing, in erect posture, olive twig and crescent behind, to right, AQE all in incuse square.
S 2537, SNG Cop. 65,...
Greece. Thrace - Byzantion - AR Drachm ca. 416-357 BC, ΠY Cow standing left, dolphin below / Quadripartite millsail incuse, SNG Cop. 476, Silver 17 mm, weight 3,37 g., Condition VF/XF, patina
Kingdom of Paeonia, Patraos 340-315 BC.
AR Tetradrachm. Silver 24 mm, weight 12,75 g., Astibos or Damastion mint.
Obverse: Head of Apollo right.
Reverse: Warrior on horse rearing right, thrusting spear held in his right hand at enemy below who defends with shield on his left arm.
Illyria and Central Greece. Attica - Athens. AR Tetradrachm ca. 454-404 BC. Silver 26 mm, weight 17,18 g.
Head of Athena to right wearing ivy crested helmet, eye in profile / Owl standing to right, head facing, in erect posture, olive twig and crescent behind, to right, AQE all in incuse square. Kroll 8 / HGC 4, 1597, condition VF/XF,...
Asia Minor. Mysia - Pergamon (after 133 BC).
AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm, Silver 28 mm, weight 10,26 g.
Cista mystica, with serpent emerging from under open lid, all within ivy wreath / Two coiled serpents flanking wreath and bow case, at right staff of Asklepios, monograms at left and above.
BMC 97, SNG Cop. 425....
Greece. Lesbos, Mytilene. EL Hekte Circa 412-398 BC
Laureate head of Apollo to right. Rev. Head of a female to right within linear square within incuse square. Elektron 11 mm, weight 2,51 g. Bodenstedt 70. Condition about VF
AR Diobol Circa 350-300 BC. Silver 10 mm, weight 1,04 g.
Obverse: Laureated head of Apollo facing.
Reverse: Inverted anchor; A to left, crayfish to right.
Catalogue references: SNG BM 167, SNG Stancomb 41-43.
Condition: Good XF