Greek Silver & Bronze Coins
GAUL, Massalia (as a Colony founded by the Phokaians), (c.400-350 B.C.), silver obol, (0.81 g), obv. youthful male head of Apollo right, rev. wheel with four spokes, M A in two quarters, (S.72, SNG Cop 722) (illustrated); AE 11, (after 49 B.C.), (3.86 g), obv. helmeted head of Athena or Minerva right, rev. winged caduceus, (S.-, Feugere PBM 75-14, LT 2022 var); AE hemiobol, (c.150-100 B.C.), (2.11 g), obv. laureate head of Apollo right, rev. Bull butting right, (S.-, SNG Cop 809-817, DLT 1673); Nemausus, (40 B.C.), AE 14, (2.07 g), obv. helmeted and draped bust right, rev. NEM CO[L], Salus standing left, left arm on column, holding patera over two serpents, (S.149, RPC 520); AE 14, (c.120/100-70/60 B.C.), obv. laureate head of Apollo left, rev. Boar left, (S.-, LT 2698). Toned, fine - nearly very fine, some very scarce. (5)
Two with tickets from CGB Paris.
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GAUL, Massalia (as a Colony founded by the Phokaians), (c.400-350 B.C.), silver obol, (0.81 g), ...