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Lot 2982    SESSION 7 (9.30AM THURSDAY 30TH JULY)    Greek Silver & Bronze Coins

Estimate $500
SOLD $850

THRACE (MOESIA INFERIOR), Istros, (400-350 B.C.), silver stater, (4.94 g), obv. two young male heads facing, side by side, right inverted, left upright, rev. sea-eagle standing to left on dolphin to left, which it attacks with its beak, below dolphin monogram **AP*, (cf.S.1669, SNG BMC 249, BMC 6, SNG Stancomb 147, Pick 417). Lightly toned, good extremely fine with traces of mint bloom on reverse.

Ex Del Parker 25 March 2001, previously from Dimitry Markov (New York), with a detailed ticket.

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