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    ANCIENT GREECE. Lot of twenty (20) small to medium coins (19 Æ, 1 AR).  A wide assortment of cities and denominations represented, with many from northern Greece and the Black Sea region. Sizes range from 9mm to 26mm. Includes the following regions and cities: Corinthia: Corinth // Saronic Islands: Aegina // Epirus: Elea // Argolis: Argos (a silver tetrobol) // Thrace: Madytus (2 coins), Mesembria, and Thracian Kingdom (Lysimachus) // Thessaly: Magnates, Thessalian League // Black Sea: Panticapaeum (2 coins) // Pontus,  Amisus (2 coins) // Troas: Gergis (2 coins), Sigeion and Skepsis // Crete: Kydonia. Conditions range from Fine to Very Fine, with varying patination. An interesting study group, worth a close look.

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    Auction Dates
    April, 2013
    18th-23rd Thursday-Tuesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 4
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