Greek Silver & Bronze Coins
THRACE, Kingdom of, Lysimachos, (323-281 B.C.), silver tetradrachm, (16.93 g), Pella mint, issued 297-281 B.C., obv. head of Alexander to right, with diadem and horn of Ammon, within dotted circle, rev. Athena enthroned to left, supporting Nike, spear behind, HP monogram to left, monogram in exergue to left, to left **BASILEWS*, to right **LUSIMAXOU*, (cf.S.6814, Thompson 248 [pl.22, 247], cf. Muller 353 [Heracleum, second monogram slightly different], same dies as Savoca Sale 34, lot 51). Toned, surface marks, otherwise good very fine and rare.
Ex Noble Numismatics Sale 107 (lot 3255) and previously from UBS, Switzerland, Auction Sale 57, 15-17 September 2003 (lot 137).
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THRACE, Kingdom of, Lysimachos, (323-281 B.C.), silver tetradrachm, (16.93 g), Pella mint, issued 297-281 B.C., ...