Greek Silver & Bronze Coins
BITHYNIA, Herakleia Pontica, Timotheos and Dionysios (c.345-337 B.C.), silver didrachm or stater, (9.69 g), obv. head of young Dionysos to left, wreathed with ivy, thyrsos over right shoulder, rev. naked Herakles standing to left, erecting trophy against which rests club, to right, **TIMOQEO[U]*, to left, **DIONUS[IOU]* (S.3778, BMC 21-22 [p.142], SNG BMC 1605-8, SNG von Aulock 363). Toned, good fine/nearly very fine, rare.
Ex Noble Numismatics Sale 89 (lot 3857) and previously from the W. Gale Collection and Spink Australia Sale 34 (lot 1916).
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BITHYNIA, Herakleia Pontica, Timotheos and Dionysios (c.345-337 B.C.), silver didrachm or stater, (9.69 g), obv. ...