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    Judaea. First Jewish War. 66-70 C.E. AE 1/4 shekel (20 mm, 8.71 g, 12 h). Jerusalem, year 4 (69/70 C.E.). Ethrog (citron); Paleo-Hebrew inscription "For the Redemption of Zion" / Two lulavim; Paleo-Hebrew inscription "Year Four, Quarter". TJC 213; AJC II 29; Hendin 669. VF, brown patina with sandy deposits. Well centered and struck. Very rare.

    This issue continues the Sukkot related iconography of the bronze half shekel (see the preceding lot) by dividing the lulavim and ethrog elements of the reverse between obverse and reverse of the quarter shekel.

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