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Greek Italy


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Neapolis, Bronze, Part 3


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Campania, Neapolis, ca. 270-250 BC, AE 19, 5.34g
NEOΠOΛITΩN,
laureate head of Apollo, K/
man-faced bull walking, Nike flying above,
crowning bull, IΣ (or M?) below bull
SNG ANS ---, cf. SNG ANS 465-501,
MSP (Molinari) I, 355, Sambon 667,
Taliercio IIIa, 27, HN Italy 589
Posted November 2018







Campania, Neapolis or Compulteria, ca. 270-240 BC, AE 20
NEOΠOΛITΩN or VMVNDETLEΠVK (retrograde),
laureate head of Apollo, K(?)/
man-faced bull walking, Nike flying above,
crowning bull, IΣ or BΞ or BΦ(?), IΣ(?)
Sambon 667-668 or 1070 var., SNG ANS 228-231 var. or 465-501 var.,
SNG Cop. 354-356 var. or 511-512, Rare(?) (R1)
Posted November 2015


Note: The dealer attributed this coin as Campania, Compulteria.
However, it is more probable that it was struck at Neapolis.







Campania, Neapolis, ca. 275-250 BC, AE 19, 5.23g
NEOΠOΛITΩN, laureate head of Apollo, M/
man-faced bull advancing, Nike flying above, crowning bull, IΣ
SNG ANS 485-486, Sambon 670, HN Italy 589
Posted November 2015







Campania, Neapolis, 275-250 BC, AE 18, 5.04g
NEOΠOΛITΩN, laureate head of Apollo, O/
man-faced bull walking, Nike flying above, crowning bull, no OΣ, IΣ
SNG ANS 488 var., MSP (Molinari) I, 372,
Taliercio IIIa, 42, Sambon 678 var.
Posted November 2015 (corrected attribution November 2018)