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Lot 1747    Session 6 (9.30am Thursday)    Greek Silver & Bronze

Estimate $100
SOLD $80

PERSIAN IMPERIAL COINAGE, Kingdom of, Artaxerxes II and III, (375-340 B.C.), struck in Lydia at Sardeis, silver siglos, (5.428 grams), obv. king as bearded archer kneeling to right with dagger and bow, rev. oblong incuse punch, (S.4683, Bab. Pl.86, 18-19, BMC 175-177, Carradice type IV, Group C). Fine - very fine, scarce.

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