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SICILY, Panormos
Circa 380-340 BC, Ć Litra. Obv: Head of Hera left wearing single-pendant earring and stephane decorated with three fleur-de-lis. Rev: Punic ‘sys’ in exergue, man-faced bull standing left; radiate head of Helios above. Crude circular countermark on both sides. Jenkins, “Coins of Punic Sicily,” in SNR 50 (1971), pl. 24, 21; SNG ANS 554; Calciati I pg. 270, 5; BMC Sicily pg. 250, 38; SNG Copenhagen 518; SNG Morcom -; Laffaille 192; Virzi 1302-306. Rare.

Ex. Kuenker, eLive Auction 19, lot 50.
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