Greek Silver & Bronze Coins
THESSALY, Larissa (under Macedonian domination), (early to mid 4th century B.C.), silver drachm, (5.83 g), obv. facing head of nymph Larissa three-quarter to right, within border of dots, rev. horse grazing to right, above **LARII*, (cf.S.2124, cf.Thessaly II 252 [same obverse die and similar reverse die], Lorber 1992 -, HGC 4, 430). Good very fine with reverse die flaw in the exergue, very rare variety.
Ex BCD Collection, acquired in November 1997 for 225 SFr., with his ticket and publishing photos.
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