Greek Silver & Bronze Coins
THRACE, Kings of, Lysimachos, (323-281 B.C.), silver tetradrachm, (17.09 g), Pella mint, issued 286/5-282/1 B.C., obv. head of Alexander to right, with diadem and horn of Ammon, within dotted border, rev. Athena Nikephoros enthroned to left, supporting Nike, spear behind, resting arm on shield, to right **BASILEWS*, to left **LUSIMAXOU*, (cf.S.6814, Thompson 242, M.-, Armenak -, Meydancikkale -). Light grey patination, with full flan but slightly off centred on obverse, about as struck, extremely fine or better and rare.
Ex Jonathan Kern (Kentucky, USA), 20th February 2002.
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THRACE, Kings of, Lysimachos, (323-281 B.C.), silver tetradrachm, (17.09 g), Pella mint, issued 286/5-282/1 B.C., ...