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Home > Catalog > |Greek Coins| > |Geographic - All Periods| > |Anatolia| > |Ionia| > |Archaic Electrum| > SH93569
Ionia, c. 650 - 600 B.C., Plain Globular Type
Mankind's first coin type! Rare and important. This is an example of the very earliest form of coinage; a type-less (blank) electrum globule, weighed to a specific standard, with a simple square punch mark on one side (two or three punch marks on larger denominations). Nine similar electrum pieces were within the famous "Artemision Find" at Ephesus in 1904. This is an example of the very earliest form of coinage; a type-less (blank) electrum globule, weighed to a specific standard, with a simple square punch mark on one side (two or three punch marks on larger denominations). Nine similar electrum pieces were within the famous "Artemision Find" at Ephesus in 1904.
SH93569. Electrum hemihekte, 1/12 stater, SNG Kayhan 676, SNGvA 7763, Rosen 324, Traitť II -, Weidauer -, VF, bumps, marks, uncertain Ionian mint, weight 1.172g, maximum diameter 7.1mm, period of the Artemision Find, c. 650 - 600 B.C.; obverse plain globular surface; reverse incuse roughly square pyramidal punch; ex Roma e-sale 58 (20 Jun 2019), lot 237; SOLD











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