Greek Silver & Bronze Coins
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ILLYRIA, Epidamnos-Dyrrhachium, (3rd-3nd century B.C.), silver drachm, (3.27 g), obv. cow standing right looking back at calf, above **APISTO* **LAMOS*, rev. double floral pattern within square, around **DURARISTHNOS*, (cf.S.1899, cf.Maier 256, cf.BMC 81-83, cf.SNG Tubingen 1424); Thrace, the Thracian Cherronesos (Cardia?), (400-350 B.C.), silver hemidrachm, (2.36 g), obv. forepart of lion looking back, rev. a dot and another dot in opposite quarter, (cf.S.1603, cf.SNG Cop. 824). Toned, good very fine. (2)
Ex Noble Numismatics sale 99 (lot 3654).
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ILLYRIA, Epidamnos-Dyrrhachium, (3rd-3nd century B.C.), silver drachm, (3.27 g), obv. cow standing right looking back ...