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    CARTHAGE-ROME. Lot of four (4) diverse coins.  Includes: (1) ZEUGITANIA. Carthage. Second Punic War, ca. 221-202 BC. Æ 30. Wreathed head of Tanit left, wearing single-pendant earring and necklace / Horse standing right, palm behind. SNG Copenhagen 341. Green-brown patina. Very Fine. // (2) ATTICA, Athens (395-250 BC), AR "transitional" tetradrachm. Head of Athena right with profile eye / Owl facing. ICG EF 45 (but porous) // (3) JUDAEA, Herod the Great (37-4 BC), AE medium bronze. Macedonian helmet / Macedonian shield. Hendin 1170. Good Very Fine // (4) ROMAN EMPIRE. Marcus Agrippa (died 12 BC). Æ as , struck under Gaius 'Caligula', AD 37-41. Head of Agrippa left, wearing rostral crown / Neptune standing left, holding small dolphin and trident; S C across field. RIC 58 (Gaius). Nice green patina. Nearly Extremely Fine. An exceptional lot of four very worthy coins!

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    January, 2013
    15th-16th Tuesday-Wednesday
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