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An alexander tetradrachm from Bvlgari?is it ok?

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Altamura:

--- Quote from: shanxi on September 25, 2021, 06:33:07 am ---... This looks like a die match ...
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Looking at C. A. Marinescu & C. Lorber, The "Black Sea" Tetradrachm Hoard, in Paunov & FIlipova, eds., HPAKLEOYΣ ΣΩTHPOΣ THAΣIΩN. Studia in honorem Iliae Prokopov (Veliko Turnovo, 2012), pp. 197-259, you will find even more (numbers 267 to 276 on page 211)
https://www.academia.edu/4691602/C._Marinescu_and_C._Lorber_The_Black_Sea_Tetradrachm_Hoard_in_Paunov_and_FIlipova_eds._HPAKLEOY%CE%A3_%CE%A3%CE%A9THPO%CE%A3_THA%CE%A3I%CE%A9N._Studia_in_honorem_Iliae_Prokopov_Veliko_Turnovo_2012_pp._197-259

This type has been produced with a very small number of dies only.

Regards

Altamura

otlichnik:
What is golden tinge on Zeus/Alexander's cheek?  Just reflection from the rim or silver plate wearing off to reveal brass underneath??

SC

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