25 May 1999
Greek silver coins (5), Massalia (4th century BC), Obol, youthful male head left, rev. MA in spokes of wheel (De la Tour 580); Massalia (2nd-1st century BC), Drachm, bust of Artemis right, rev. lion prowling right (De la Tour 992); Tarentum (c.281-272 BC), boy on horse right, rev. Taras on dolphin left (Vl 803-7); Thracian Cherronesos (4th century BC), forepart of lion right, head turned back, rev. quadripartite incuse, pellets in two quarters (BMC 8 ff); Miletos (5th century BC), Twelfth stater, head of lion left, rev. star pattern in incuse (BMC 14 ff.), extremely fine to fine (5)
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