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From my collection: "Corinthian" silver stater

 
 
 
 
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I'm starting to sell some of the best coins in my own collection. 

These fine silver coins with the helmeted  head of Athena on one side the and Pegasos on the other  were so popular in commerce that eventually they were struck not
only at Corinth but at a number of other cities in Greece, Italy and
Sicily, most of which were colonies of Corinth. This one was struck at Leucas, Acarnania, 

LEUKAS. Akarnania. Ca. 350-320 B.C. Silver stater.

Pegasos flying r., Λ below. Rv. Helmeted Athena head l., kantharos behind. Partial inscription.

Irregular but large flan and slight double strike on obverse.
Nice style of head of Athena to left with kantharos mark behind.
9g  22.5mm / 25mm
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Ref: Cammann, Jean B.: The Symbols on Staters of Corinthian Type (A Catalogue) 1932 
This is the link to the book .


Price: 325 GBP

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