x Lydia, Tralles (c.155-145 BC), AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm,12.4g, serpent emerging from cista mystica, all within ivy-wreath, rev. TPA, two serpents and bow-case, round shield to right (SNG Von Aulock 3248), good fine, and another, 12.1g, with symbol of a bearded head right, fine, together...
Satrap of Lydia and Ionia, circa 334 BC.
ANCIENT COINS Greek Lydia No.: 86 Estimate: £ 120.- Tralles, Cistophoric Tetradrachm, 189-133 BC, Cista mystica with half-open lid from which a serpent rises, all within ivy-wreath, rev TRA, two coiled serpents, bow case ornamented with an aplustre between them,...
BC), Electrum Trite (Third of a Stater), 4.7g, lion's head right, radiate sun above forehead, rev. double incuse punch (cf.
x Kingdom of Lydia, Croesos (561-546 BC), AR Stater, 10.6g, foreparts of lion and bull confronted, rev. two incuse punches of uneven size, side by side (Boston 2070; Carradice pl.10,2), good silver, almost extremely fine Estimate £...
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