Greek Silver & Bronze Coins
PAEONIA, Kingdom of, Patraos, (c.340-315 B.C.), silver tetradrachm, (12.72 g), obv. head of Apollo to right, with laureate, rev. horseman spearing fallen enemy, who holds spear and shield, around below **PAT[RAOU], EM monogram to left, (S.1520, Paeonian Hoard 204-208 [same dies obv. 172, rev. 204]). Obverse off centred, otherwise good very fine and a scarce type.
Ex Paeonian Hoard, Sotheby's, London, 16th April 1969 (probably lot 205) and Noble Numismatics Sale 69 (lot 1755).
The Sotheby Sale of the Paeonian hoard (London, 16th April, 1969, had lots 204-8 from the same dies.
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PAEONIA, Kingdom of, Patraos, (c.340-315 B.C.), silver tetradrachm, (12.72 g), obv. head of Apollo to ...