Greek Silver & Bronze Coins
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SPAIN, Ulterior Province, Gades, AE 26, (2nd century B.C.), (12.25 g), obv. head of Herakles (Melkart) l., wearing lion's skin, club behind, rev. two tunny fish left, crescent and dot symbol to left, Phoenician legends above and beneath between tails, (S.46, SNG BMC 228 ff., SNG Sweden 41ff, Vives Pl.74, 1, SNG Cop. 20 ff.); Spain, Gades, AE 20, 3rd century B.C., (3.45 g), obv. head of Herakles left, branch before, rev. two tunny fish left, (Burgos 1367, 1070A); Spain, Carteia, AE 23, (1st century B.C.), (6.84 g), obv. head of Jupiter right, rev. prow of galley right, [ROMA] in exergue, (Burgos 2042, SNG Cop 425-7); Sekaisa, AE 23, (1st century B.C.), (6.95 g), obv. bare male head right, rev. warrior on horseback right, (SNG BM Spain 843-8). Toned, poor - nearly very fine, scarce. (4)
Ex Noble Numismatics Sale 101, lot 3359.
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SPAIN, Ulterior Province, Gades, AE 26, (2nd century B.C.), (12.25 g), obv. head of Herakles ...