Greek Silver & Bronze Coins
ILLYRIA, Epidamnos-Dyrrhachion (450-350 century B.C.), silver stater, (10.70 g), obv. cow standing right looking back at calf, which it suckles, rev. double floral pattern within square, around **D U R* anticlockwise and club, (S.1890, BMC 1, SNG Cop. 421, Dewing 1433, SNG Delepierre 1164). Good fine, bright and rare.
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ILLYRIA, Epidamnos-Dyrrhachion (450-350 century B.C.), silver stater, (10.70 g), obv. cow standing right looking back ...