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Lot 3021    SESSION 7 (9.30AM THURSDAY 30TH JULY)    Greek Silver & Bronze Coins

Estimate $150
SOLD $320

CENTRAL GREECE, Magnesia, the Magnetans, AE various types described in HGC, c,150-130 B.C., obv. either Poseidon head right or left, Artemis or Apollo heads, denomination B, rev. Cheiron, (HGC 64 and 65 (illustrated)); prow issued 47-46 B.C. (HGC 69); smaller denominationm with various reverses (HGC 71, 72, 73, 74, 76) these all issued 150-130 B.C., last issued in 1st century B.C. Mostly fine - very fine, some rare. (8)

Ex BCD collection all with tickets and descriptive and aquisition details.

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