, , Dionysius I, 405 - 367 B.C.
The model for the on the is derived from the facing Arethusa by Kimon. This issue is usually attributed to Exakestidas with examples signed E or EΞ. Stylistic differences suggest other engravers also worked the issue. This example, signed EE, is of the very finest and clearly the of Exakestidas. EΞ was probably intended. No other examples of the signed EE are known to .SH83659. Bronze tetras, cf.
, , c. 415 B.C.; Signed by Phrygillos
and signed by the master Phrygillos. referring to this notes, "Coins exist signed by signed by Kimon (KIM), Phrygillos (ΦPI), Eukleidas (EY) and by an unknown engraver with the letter E (Eumenes?)." The signature on this coin is clear.GI74382. Bronze hemilitron,
II p. 47, 19 fr 4/7 (same dies); 412; p. 182, 243; 696 ( symbol off ); 1186; 1479 (S), gVF, beautiful green , some light corrosion, 1/4 off-center but mostly on , 3.768 g, maximum 15.6 mm, 240o, mint, c. 415 B.C.; of Arethusa left, hair in inscribed ΦPI, downward behind; four-spoked wheel, ΣY−PA divided by spoke across upper two quarters, down and inward in each of the lower quarters; SOLD
Massalia, Gaul (Marseilles, France), c. 4th Century B.C.
, 72 variety, 687, III 13, EF, 0.7 g, maximum 9.5 mm, Massalia, Gaul (Marseilles, France) mint, youthful of right, sideburn whiskers are actually the letters ΠAP (with P retrograde), which is believed to be the artistís signature; wheel with four spokes, M-A in two of the quarters; a masterpiece in miniature and one of the oldest signed works of art, very ; SOLD
CLICK HERE TO SEE MORE FROM THIS CATEGORY - FORVM's PRIOR SALES
Page created in 0.92 seconds