Phaselis, , 500 - 466 B.C.
Partial . The was re-struck off-center over a of the , leaving two clear impressions.GA83588. Silver tetrobol, 4396, 1200 var. (ΦA above galley, Σ below), -, -, VF, , , die wear, die cracks, partial , 3.507 g, maximum 15.0 mm, 90o, Phaselis mint, 500 - 440 B.C.; prow of war galley right in the form of a boar's forepart, partial with letters ΦA visible on ; stern right, ΦAΣ above, all in square; ex Numismatics, e-sale 21 (31 Oct 2015), 368; $260.00 (€231.40)
Lycian Dynasts, Mithrapata, c. 380 - 375 B.C
, 110, aEF, 9.747 g, maximum 29.3 mm, 0o, MEXPAΠA-TA, large triskeles, facing of lower left, all in square; irregular oval shaped ; ; SOLD
Oinoanda, , 2nd Century B.C.
, cf. 73 and 5318 (listed as unique), near , with luster, 7.643 g, maximum 22.5 mm, 0o, laureate of Zeus right, B and lotus behind; OINOAN/∆EΩN, standing right on thunderbolt, Γ and grape cluster right; very ; SOLD
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