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IONIA. Phocaea. Ca. 477-387 BC. EL sixth stater or hecte (2.51 gm). VF. LESBOS. Mytilene. Ca. 377-326 BC. EL sixth stater or hecte. NGC VF LESBOS. Mytilene. Ca. 521-478 BC. EL sixth stater or hecte (2.51 gm).
IONIA. Phocaea. Ca. 477-387 BC. EL sixth stater or hecte (2.51 gm). VF. Head of Athena left, wearing crested Attic helmet decorated with griffin on bowl; small seal left below / LESBOS. Mytilene. Ca. 377-326 BC. EL sixth stater or hecte. NGC VF. Head of Apollo Carneaus right, with horn of Ammon / Eagle standing right, head reverted; within linear frame,. LESBOS. Mytilene. Ca. 521-478 BC. EL sixth stater or hecte (2.51 gm). NGC VF 4/5 - 5/5. Head of roaring lion right / Incuse head of calf right; rectangular punch behind. HGC 6, 938. Bodenstedt 13.
PERSIA, Achaemenid Empire Time of Darios I to Xerxes II. Circa 485-420 BC. Daric PTOLEMAIC KINGS of EGYPT. Ptolemy III Euergetes. 246-222 BC. AV gold Oktadrachm
PERSIA, Achaemenid Empire. Time of Darios I to Xerxes II. Circa 485-420 BC. AV Daric (16mm, 8.32 g). Persian king or hero in kneeling-running stance right, holding spear and bow, with quiver over shoulder PTOLEMAIC KINGS of EGYPT. Ptolemy III Euergetes. 246-222 BC. AV Oktadrachm (28mm, 27.83 gm). Alexandreia mint. Commemorative issue struck under Ptolemy IV, 221-205 BC.
   
 
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