Greek Silver & Bronze Coins
PELOPONNESOS, Corinthia, Corinth, (370-350 B.C.), silver stater, (8.52 g), obv. Pegasos flying to right, Q below, rev. head of Athena to right, wearing wreathed Corinthian helmet, ornamental trident behind helmet K reversed behind. (cf.S.2626, cf.Calciati 353 (similar dies [p.241], Ravel 956 [obv. 393, rev. 543], BMC 361-2, Cammann NN&M 53 No.129). Attractive light dirt patination in details, well centred, good very fine and very rare.
Ex Classical Numismatic Group December 12, 1995.
Two known examples by Ravel only recorded.
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PELOPONNESOS, Corinthia, Corinth, (370-350 B.C.), silver stater, (8.52 g), obv. Pegasos flying to right, Q ...