Greek Silver & Bronze Coins
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CELTIC, Central Europe, Boii (Boier), Roseldorf II type, 2nd century B.C., silver 9mm, (0.59 grams), obv. blank, rev. galloping horse to left, torque with pellet, curved line and two pellets, (Dembski 757, Lanz (Kostial) 97-98); Eastern Celts, (2nd century B.C.), silver drachm, (2.33 g), Kugelwange type, struck by the Skordoski in Syrmia, obv. laureate head of Zeus right, rev. horse left, (Lanz 509, CCCBM I S136, KMW 1121-2). Toned, very fine and scarce. (2)
First coin ex Noble Numismatics Sale 94, lot 4694. Second coin ex CNG Auction 301, lot 112.
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CELTIC, Central Europe, Boii (Boier), Roseldorf II type, 2nd century B.C., silver 9mm, (0.59 grams), ...