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This moneyer was of equestrian rank and is only known from this coin issue. The meaning of the type is unknown.RR00429. Silver denarius, SRCV I 331, Sydenham 790, Crawford 395/1, RSC I Cossutia 1, aF, weight 3.50 g, maximum diameter 17.7 mm, obverse head of Medusa left, winged and entwined with snakes, SABVLA behind; reverse Bellerophon on Pegasus flying right brandishing spear. L COSSVTI C F below, banker's mark (B) on reverse; SOLD
Lycian League, Lycia, c. 167 - 84 B.C.
GB17581. Bronze AE 14, quadruple unit, Troxell Lycia, Period 1, p. 18, 1a, VF, weight 4.315 g, maximum diameter 13.7 mm, die axis 0o, Xanthos Valley mint, c. 167 - 84 B.C.; obverse Laureate bearded head of Bellerophon facing; reverse ΛYKIΩN, Chimera to right, ME in exergue; green patina; SOLD
Leukas, Akarnania, Greece, c. 300 B.C.
GB25150. Bronze AE 17, BMC Thessaly etc. p. 176, 34 ff., F, weight 2.716 g, maximum diameter 16.68 mm, Leukas mint, obverse Bellerophon riding Pegasos right; reverse ΛEYKA, chimera right; ex Boston Museum of Fine Arts; SOLD