25 May 1999
GREEK SILVER COINS (6), NEAPOLIS (411-318 BC), DRACHM, FACING GORGON'S HEAD, REV. FEMALE HEAD RIGHT (CF BMC 14); CHALCIS (340-294 BC), DRACHM, FEMALE HEAD RIGHT, REV. EAGLE FLYING RIGHT CARRYING SNAKE (CF BMC 50FF); AEGINA (510-490 BC), TRIOBOL, TURTLE, REV. MILL-SAIL INCUSE (BMC 46); ARGOS (3RD CENTURY BC), HEMIDRACHM, FOREPART OF WOLF RIGHT, REV. A, below triquetra and crescents (BMC 59 var.); Ephesus (c.150-140 BC), Cistophoric tetradrachm, cista with serpent, rev. bow case between two serpents, cult statue of Artemis on right (ANS W.S 14, no.11); Knidos (3rd century BC), Tetrobol, head of Artemis right, rev. tripod (cf BMC 48/9), the first pierced, good fine to very fine (6)
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